EDIT: PLEASE UPDATE SO IT WORKS IN MAGISK XPOSED FOR NOUGAT. ----- This is by far the ONE module that I could never live without. Thank you, thank you DEVELOPER!! I've gotten rid of tons of spam from my notification pull-down, including the "battery full" and "GPS" and various messages from lots of apps. THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Oh, and in running it for the last ~six months, I've never had one single crash or battery drain or anything. This app just works and works and works. AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 on and various rooted TouchWiz and CyanogenMOD based ROM's. EDIT: Months later and this app still works perfect. I've used it on TouchWiz 4.4.2 and CM11 so far. And I just spent the $4 to purchase it (donation).
Does its job mostly okay, certainly gets rid of static notifications (ie. notifications from apps that don't change over time) - however it doesn't do so well on apps where the text in the notification bar changes. For example. I have the Pebble Time app which reports the connection status of my Pebble watch. If I tell NotifyClean to block the "Your Pebble is Connected" status but none of the others (like "Connecting to Pebble" or "Your Pebble is Disconnected" it will cause an out-of-date notification to remain eg. "Connecting to Pebble" remains on the statusbar after the Pebble is connected (and the statusbar would change to "Your Pebble is Connected" - I've tried all the different notification detect methods and none of them work around this issue. Using CM13 (Android 6.0.1) on a Galaxy S5. -- UPDATE -- So I decided to buy the app to see if any of the extra functionality gets around the above issue. It does. There's a checkbox in the "donate" version that will remove an old notification if a newer one is denied. Donator version also adds regex/wildcard support.
Great Here an idea an option to turn off certain notifications by a word/words would be great for restricting certain notifications by a word
Best notification disabler for rooted android devices.
Create a simple changelog It's a Google Play app. Not in the Xposed repo. People buy "donation" packages. Be professional; submit a changelog when submitting an update.
MIND-BLOWING......... LOVE IT One hell of a job dev, the android notifications used to bugging me a lot. Got rid of them with this little but efficient app. THANKS A LOT...
See in the app or on website