I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 and I noticed that now notifications of events, such as an instant messenger contact signing in, are being represented by a mail/envelope icon which remains in the systray notification area until I click on it and clear all of the notifications.
The title says it all. I can't post directly on the development forums. I fixed the market not working problem but i realized that facebook push notifications got disabled. I get a notification saying so. The reason: my phone's not capable of push notifications. That's impossible.
So is there a workaround? A patch a very native facebook like app?
I have a quick question. I have a mytouch 4g and I am not new to android. Ive also had an iPhone. If anybody has seen pictures of ios 5 notification center, it groups the notifications. For an example all the phone notifications would be together, as well as messages and whatever else. If your not sure what I'm talking about then just look up ios 5 notification center on google.
Is there a such thing like settings for push notifications.. Because my phone wont receive any APP push notifications.. It is kind of annoying if u cant get the notification when someone has talked to you on FB messenger or someone added you as a friend on facebook..
Since moving to the Droid from the iPhone, one of my few disappointments has been notifications. If I miss a call, email, sms, have a voicemail, etc, I either get no notification or only sometimes get a notification. I could find no setting anywhere on the stock droid to change that in any way. I could be ******ed.
I'm working on developing a patch policy for a mid-size and quickly growing company. Patches have been at the bottom of the totem pole for years. I possess the ability and care enough to straighten it out. However I'd like some others input on the best way to handle the patch policy.
From when a patch is released how is communicated? How long to deployment?
Lately I have realized that at home I don't get notifications from most of my apps. I have notifications turned on and I do get them pushed to me when I go to other places with high-speed internet. The internet at home isn't blazing fast but isn't slow at 13 Mbps.