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  1. boody78's Avatar

    wait maybe a more simple way to think about it - is that Hub can collect notifications sent to it by system, hub cannot collect notifications directly from apps.
    This runs contrary to the behavior privberry is reporting. He states several times that when he turns off system notifications, the hub still registers a spark. If what you are saying is true how is the hub able to display a spark when the system notifications are off? It must somehow know the app received a message, and your saying the app itself can't tell it, and if the system didn't send it then how? Magic?

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    11-01-15 11:46 AM
  2. cgk's Avatar
    I know that. That's why I said BlackBerry can't break compatibility.

    Again, BlackBerry could engineer a solution.



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    They could as you said (I think it was you) maybe they ran out of time or they had other priorities.
    11-01-15 11:46 AM
  3. lawguyman's Avatar
    If this is an OS issue as opposed to a Hub issue, it will probably won't be fixed until Marshmallow and then you have to hope your carrier rolls that out.

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    11-01-15 11:49 AM
  4. cgk's Avatar
    If this is an OS issue as opposed to a Hub issue, it will probably won't be fixed until Marshmallow and then you have to hope your carrier rolls that out.

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    Well we know what 6.0 says about app permissions and notifications - read that, the easiest (?) way they would have to do it is to replace the stock notification system (which is actually allowed) completely.
    11-01-15 11:53 AM
  5. lawguyman's Avatar
    It seems like it would be an easy fix. Just intercept all notifications and fork them to both the stock notification system and also to the HUB. Then, have the ability to selectively enable or disable either fork.

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    11-01-15 12:11 PM
  6. Alain_A's Avatar
    This runs contrary to the behavior privberry is reporting. He states several times that when he turns off system notifications, the hub still registers a spark. If what you are saying is true how is the hub able to display a spark when the system notifications are off? It must somehow know the app received a message, and your saying the app itself can't tell it, and if the system didn't send it then how? Magic?

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    I think what privberry is saying about the spark would be the bb notification star from the red dot
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    11-01-15 12:21 PM
  7. bobshine's Avatar
    Is android notifications 2 way synced?

    Meaning if you open an email on a desktop, it the notification be dismissed on Android device?

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    11-01-15 12:23 PM
  8. cgk's Avatar
    It seems like it would be an easy fix. Just intercept all notifications and fork them to both the stock notification system and also to the HUB. Then, have the ability to selectively enable or disable either fork.

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    You could be right - Playing around with snowball, the answer seems to be to turn Hub into a notification system and have a separate email app. That would allow for notification access of the sort you are talking about (although snowball needs you to give it access to a gmail account so I'm not sure where that fits in).
    11-01-15 12:24 PM
  9. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Is android notifications 2 way synced?

    Meaning if you open an email on a desktop, it the notification be dismissed on Android device?

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    No they aren't. But then I can't tell for versions beyond 4.x, I've only used those on my TouchPad.
    11-01-15 12:24 PM
  10. cgk's Avatar
    No they aren't. But then I can't tell for versions beyond 4.x, I've only used those on my TouchPad.
    No they aren't as far as I can tell in 6.0.
    11-01-15 12:25 PM
  11. gaamoscar's Avatar
    i dont understand, if you see notificacion un hub, dont disapeared in android notification center?

    and notification appear in two sites?
    Last edited by gaamoscar; 11-01-15 at 01:00 PM.
    11-01-15 12:39 PM
  12. tmf06's Avatar
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    Twitter clearly only wants you to read and create content on their own app. They aren't going to facilitate users using them on other apps.
    Then why would twitter allow it with the BB10 hub?

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    11-01-15 12:39 PM
  13. B_Rad BurnZ's Avatar
    Just update all of the Apps after first set up and a lot of these odd problems will disappear. It has been confirmed that all Blackberry apps have out of the box updates.
    11-01-15 12:49 PM
  14. tmf06's Avatar
    Hahaahahha Typical BlackBerry. Always coming with unfinished work

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    Typical haters ...nothing productive, just waiting to say "haha" based on some opinion without even trying it first hand.

    We need more of this

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    11-01-15 12:49 PM
  15. B_Rad BurnZ's Avatar
    No they aren't. But then I can't tell for versions beyond 4.x, I've only used those on my TouchPad.
    Indeed they are. I've been rocking Android for years and can confirm this. It usually happens within a few seconds.
    11-01-15 12:54 PM
  16. Joao Oliveira's Avatar
    Well I think it's not finished in that they should be able to add more services but I don't think any of that will change that its an app not baked into the OS. Remember as well, BBRY need to account for the fact that a sizable amount of people will either never use Hub or just use it for email - so there is the resource question.
    I agree that it would be very hard to have a hub that works under the skin of the OS, especially since Google is making efforts to lock down the OS with each upgrade.
    11-01-15 12:57 PM
  17. gaamoscar's Avatar
    i dont understand, if you see notificacion un hub, dont disapeared in android notification center?

    and notification appear in two sites?
    please any can reply i dont understand english very well
    11-01-15 01:01 PM
  18. anon4226395's Avatar
    No one will know until after the phone is released,and after the software updates
    11-01-15 01:03 PM
  19. dusanvn's Avatar
    It would take years and $billions to re-engineer the complete BlackBerry software suite on Android so fo now, stay tuned and enjoy it as it is.

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    11-01-15 01:08 PM
  20. bhrgvr's Avatar
    Hahaahahha Typical BlackBerry. Always coming with unfinished work

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    Just like how iOS comes out with unfinished OS's which break the phone!!!

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    11-01-15 01:14 PM
  21. sidhuk's Avatar
    This runs contrary to the behavior privberry is reporting. He states several times that when he turns off system notifications, the hub still registers a spark. If what you are saying is true how is the hub able to display a spark when the system notifications are off? It must somehow know the app received a message, and your saying the app itself can't tell it, and if the system didn't send it then how? Magic?

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    Good point. May be some of the android specialists can explain better since they know how Google's agreement work.

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    11-01-15 01:25 PM
  22. SunshineStateFlyer's Avatar
    If this proves to be true and the issue persists this would definitely be a deal-breaker for me. I use the hub to be quick and efficient in message interchange, so if I have to do everything twice due redundant message reception, there's no point in it.

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    11-01-15 01:28 PM
  23. howarmat's Avatar
    Is android notifications 2 way synced?

    Meaning if you open an email on a desktop, it the notification be dismissed on Android device?

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    actually yes, some are and some arent. I am guessing its up the dev to have the 2 way sync work.
    11-01-15 01:31 PM
  24. Alain_A's Avatar
    please any can reply i dont understand english very well
    That is correct you have to clear it twice
    11-01-15 01:33 PM
  25. gaamoscar's Avatar
    That is cortect
    well :/

    i send ticket to cancel BB priv
    11-01-15 01:35 PM
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