MADRID, 12 Ago. (Portaltic/EP) –
Notifications are messages through which the operating system provides the user with reminders, communications or specific information about an ‘app’ that, despite their declarative nature, can be annoying.
This is a problem in the already established Android 12 and, in fact, its next version will require new permissions to the applications to be able to send these alerts to the owners of the devices that integrate it.
To preserve privacy in Android 13, users will need to allow the app to send them notifications by tapping the ‘Allow’ option in a pop-up window, just as access permissions are granted to things like the camera or location.
Normally, a user can get rid of a notification on Android by swiping it to the side or tapping on the option ‘Clear all’ located at the bottom right of the control box.
However, there are so-called permanent or persistent notifications that are shielded from this type of simple action and are not so easy to eliminate, since they do not offer alternatives for it.
There are several ways to clear one or more permanent notifications on our Android phone. One of them consists of press and hold the alert we want to hide. A pop-up window then offers the option to disable some or all notifications related to that ‘app’ permanently.
Another way to deal with this type of notification is to forcefully close the application. To do this, the user must press and hold the screen on its corresponding icon and then access its information.
Once inside this section, several options are displayed. Among them, that of force the closure of said application, which will lead to the disappearance of all your active notifications at the time of the operation.
The third alternative to delete both persistent notifications and the rest of these alerts offered by the device is to access the ‘Settings’ Of the device.
From this, in the section dedicated to notifications, the user can manage all of them. In this section, it even shows you the average of the alerts that you usually receive.
Once we have learned how to get rid of annoying permanent notifications, we must remember that not all of them have to have this character, but there are also reminders indicating to the user who must finish configuring their mobile device.
There are others that, in addition to being useful for their informative work, do not require user intervention to disappear. This is the case of activities such as software updates, which are governed by a progress bar that appears as a notification at all times until the process is complete. Immediately afterwards and after concluding the operation, they disappear.