I have had Motorola Android phones for a while and on those devices, if you have the device locked you can silence the phone just from the lock screen by moving the toggle. Very helpful feature...... it seems on my Note 2 I have to swipe, the type my PIN then use the pull down then press sound to mute my phone. So many steps compared to how it was before.
Just like from the main screen one can silence a call without having to get past your own screen lock to do so, is there a way to super quickly silence or reduce volume on the notifications or alarms that start blaring from your Galaxy Nexus always at the wrong times. Is there a way built into the phone (i.e.
I'm hoping for a way to silence my phone (Verizon Galaxy Samsung S4) at night, specifically just the Notifications. Ideally, I'd like the phone to ring for an incoming call but remain silent for Notifications (messages, emails, etc.) during certain hours, like when I'm asleep at night. I know how to silence the Notifications.
I need some advice quick. I developed a website for my company which is now live and in use. Owing to a resource shortage where I am (I am the only developer in a company of about 30, supposedly an IT company), they are looking to outsource the development of website upgrades.
It looks like the Makefile does not respect DESTDIR so yes, you'll likely have to modify it. EDIT: The alternative is just to replicate the commands that the Makefile runs directly in the PKGBUILD. Being such a simple Makefile, this is probably a better option IMHO.On another note, there is no point adding the source files to a tarball.