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Samsung Solstice 2 Notifications Settings Question
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I have a Samsung Solstice 2 and I have a question about the widget that appears when you are notified of a missed call, a text message, a voice mail, etc.  I prefer to have that widget on my main home screen at all times and after I am done checking whatever I received, the widget will disappear back into the widgets bar.  Is there a way to change the settings so that I can keep that widget on my screen?

 

I do have another question that I forgot to ask on here.  I noticed that when I go to the Silent profile and I turn the vibration intensity to zero and save, it effects my normal sound profile on my phone.  How come there is no vibration intensity setting on the other sound profiles?  In order to feel any vibration feedback when I unlock the screen is to have the vibration intensity setting on 7, which is the highest.  Why did Samsung do this? :-S  I find it strange.  Shouldn't every ringer profile have its own set of settings?

I have a Samsung Solstice 2 and I have a question about the widget that appears when you are notified of a missed call, a text message, a voice mail, etc.  I prefer to have that widget on my main home screen at all times and after I am done checking whatever I received, the widget will disappear back into the widgets bar.  Is there a way to change the settings so that I can keep that widget on my screen?

 

I do have another question that I forgot to ask on here.  I noticed that when I go to the Silent profile and I turn the vibration intensity to zero and save, it effects my normal sound profile on my phone.  How come there is no vibration intensity setting on the other sound profiles?  In order to feel any vibration feedback when I unlock the screen is to have the vibration intensity setting on 7, which is the highest.  Why did Samsung do this? :-S  I find it strange.  Shouldn't every ringer profile have its own set of settings?

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I just played around with my Mythic's widget settings, and there isn't even a event widget icon in the settings... I don't know of any other way to make it stay out, other than manually dragging it back out.

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ckuczek wrote:

I have a Samsung Solstice 2 and I have a question about the widget that appears when you are notified of a missed call, a text message, a voice mail, etc.  I prefer to have that widget on my main home screen at all times and after I am done checking whatever I received, the widget will disappear back into the widgets bar.  Is there a way to change the settings so that I can keep that widget on my screen?


Oh my gosh. Smiley Very Happy That is so ironic! On my Mythic, when I have a new alert(s), after I am done checking it, it WON'T go away; it'll just stay there! Smiley Very Happy That's kind of funny because I have been trying to figure out a way to make it go back to the widget bar, but I can't seem to find a setting for it. So I guess we're opposites? Smiley Wink On my sister's original Solstice, her event widget retreats back to the bar after she's checked her notifications, too. I wish mine would be like that instead of always staying out. Smiley Tongue Not really sure there's a setting to make it stay out, but you can look around in the settings - I think "Display" > "Widgets". But I think that only allows you to choose what applications you want on the widget...

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ckuczek wrote:

I have a Samsung Solstice 2 and I have a question about the widget that appears when you are notified of a missed call, a text message, a voice mail, etc.  I prefer to have that widget on my main home screen at all times and after I am done checking whatever I received, the widget will disappear back into the widgets bar.  Is there a way to change the settings so that I can keep that widget on my screen?


Oh my gosh. Smiley Very Happy That is so ironic! On my Mythic, when I have a new alert(s), after I am done checking it, it WON'T go away; it'll just stay there! Smiley Very Happy That's kind of funny because I have been trying to figure out a way to make it go back to the widget bar, but I can't seem to find a setting for it. So I guess we're opposites? Smiley Wink On my sister's original Solstice, her event widget retreats back to the bar after she's checked her notifications, too. I wish mine would be like that instead of always staying out. Smiley Tongue Not really sure there's a setting to make it stay out, but you can look around in the settings - I think "Display" > "Widgets". But I think that only allows you to choose what applications you want on the widget...

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HAHA!  That's funny.Smiley Surprised  We both have a similar problem.  I just want to find a way to make my events widget stay on the screen the whole time.  I just wish it would cooperate. :-P

HAHA!  That's funny.Smiley Surprised  We both have a similar problem.  I just want to find a way to make my events widget stay on the screen the whole time.  I just wish it would cooperate. :-P

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I just played around with my Mythic's widget settings, and there isn't even a event widget icon in the settings... I don't know of any other way to make it stay out, other than manually dragging it back out.

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I just played around with my Mythic's widget settings, and there isn't even a event widget icon in the settings... I don't know of any other way to make it stay out, other than manually dragging it back out.

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Thanks for the information.  I bet that is the only way to deal with that. 

Thanks for the information.  I bet that is the only way to deal with that. 

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