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Annoying grey notification bubble

(Topic created on: 31-12-2020 12:44 AM)
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LIBERTYNETWORKS
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My phone shows these bubbles of info all the time. They stay there forever. Can I get rid of them?

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bbballek
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Turn 'Time To Take Action' to default. It will disappear after 2 seconds!! How annoying!?

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Apprentice
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No

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Spanky995
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I would like to know myself, but of all these replies, none of them Work!

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Apprentice
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Spanking,  I  got it figured out... it's under "FLOATING NOTIFICATIONS ".... it had the option to turn them off.  Worked for me.

Spanky995
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Thank you very much for your reply, it did not fix my situation, but you sent me in the right direction and this is what I deduced. My S9 android phone only has software update 10 and it does not have advanced settings under notification or settings, therefore from Googling I see that I must have update software version 11 to do what I am wanting to do, but my phone says it is up to date. I will try and figure out a way to update it to version 11. Thanks a bunch, you are very kind. Have a most Blessed Day.

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Apprentice
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No problem,   we are working on different  versions of Android  and I have the S21ultra, so it might be different... but I took a second look and this is actually what fixed it.... hope you have these options... if not maybe after you uodatr....   try this... under settings..... accessibility.... advanced settings.....  time to take action and choose DEFAULT .Hope this helps , be sure to let me know. 

Spanky995
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Thank you my good man, that worked perfectly. I appreciate you guidance and help so much that now I don't have that junk on my mind. Have a most Blessed Day!

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Glad I  could help.... it was driving me crazy too.... and maybe others were trying to be helpful, but they iust confused me or their answer wasn't correct.... I was so happy when I figured it out..... thanks for the blessings.

Spanky995
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Thank you very much, best solution that works.

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Dr_derakhshan
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Hi

It's an accessibility feature called Time To Take Action, which prolongs the amount of time an app or system message remains on the screen.  You can change this easily in settings by using the search function within settings or go into Accessibility then advanced settings , then time to take action ,find it and modify the timeout length or disable it or put it on default.