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    Default Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    read this. double pull down. One the normal settings and the other quick settings.
    1. I wish they have a customization for the quick settings
    2. implement a 2 finger pull down gesture to directly open the quick settings

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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    Quote Originally Posted by still1 View Post
    read this. double pull down. One the normal settings and the other quick settings.
    1. I wish they have a customization for the quick settings
    2. implement a 2 finger pull down gesture to directly open the quick settings

    Maybe they will. They just made expandable notifications with one finger. So maybe swippig down with 2 will bring quick settings. And one finger for the notifications
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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    I really like this idea as long as they keep both menus accessible from the one finger pull down in some way

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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    I think I've already seen this on some sense phones already prior to ics.
    The whole concept then was to have two tabs at the bottom of the notification drawer, one was for notifications and one was for quick settings, I get where the video is going but IMO the current ICS/job toggle setup in aosp is good enough for me. The problem cones when you try to get other manufacturers to implant the toggles in the notification bar since most will probably remove them, other than Samsung AND they remove all shreds of customizability... you're stuck with the toggles it ships with. Hell in the job update for the s3, they dropped the toggles from 9 to 5 wth...

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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    Quote Originally Posted by gollum18 View Post
    I think I've already seen this on some sense phones already prior to ics.
    The whole concept then was to have two tabs at the bottom of the notification drawer, one was for notifications and one was for quick settings, I get where the video is going but IMO the current ICS/job toggle setup in aosp is good enough for me. The problem cones when you try to get other manufacturers to implant the toggles in the notification bar since most will probably remove them, other than Samsung AND they remove all shreds of customizability... you're stuck with the toggles it ships with. Hell in the job update for the s3, they dropped the toggles from 9 to 5 wth...

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    or maybe samsung will move the toggle from notification to the new panel.
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    Depending on how those quick settings will look like they dont really need to remove buttons on first notification page. It's simple you got quick few in main page and when you want more and detail information you got to 2nd page.
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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    The first thing I thought of when I saw the video was the webOS 1.0 - 2.24 (phones only) version of quick settings.

    For webOS, there were 2 pulldowns, plus the notifications at the bottom, so technically 3. A swipe down from the top left of the screen would bring up the app menu. Similarly, a swipe down from the top right would bring up the quick settings menu. Here, you could quickly change network settings, go into airplane mode, control brightness (this might have been a tweak from the webOS-internals homebrew gurus), and a few other useful settings could be quickly changed.

    I've always thought that having quick acccess to settings from inside other applications was missing from stock Android, so I glad to see this coming for Android 4.2. Doing 2 swipes is fine and all, but why not just go the webOS route? If the notification bar is still going to be visible, why not just swipe over the notifications for the expandable notifications, and swipe over the battery/time/network info for the quick settings?

    I understand that having the top left/top right swipes will be more complicated for the new users (it was with webOS if I remember correctly), but 1 swipe to get right to what you need or want to do is faster.
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    Default Re: Android 4.2 double notification pulldown

    I like what moto has done. It has its toggles on the left side of screen just drag Oren from the side. Pretty snazzy

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