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dedq

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Hello

I'm on s24 ultra running one UI 6.1

I'm not rooted but I'm running shizuku

I'm wondering whether there is a way to have my notifications arriving in status bar always expanded instead of me having to use arrow all the time

I remember gravity box having that option but it is not updated for a long time I've been trying using Tasker or something like that but it never worked

Thank you
 

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Short Naser, Tasker, probably.

Long answer. You need at least 2 paid apps and 3 or 4 total. Not sure it's worth the system resources.

It's annoying and a quest I was on in the past but ultimately gave up on.

Hopefully Shizuku will become more popular and more apps use it in the future.


Maybe I missed on in the past from the list above.
 
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Short Naser, Tasker, probably.

Long answer. You need at least 2 paid apps and 3 or 4 total. Not sure it's worth the system resources.

It's annoying and a quest I was on in the past but ultimately gave up on.

Hopefully Shizuku will become more popular and more apps use it in the future.


Maybe I missed on in the past from the list above.
Thank you for your help I remember how easy it was using GravityBox but apparently that application doesn't work anymore

I'm going to give it a try and report
 
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I think it's in part for a lack of interest these days. I'm sure it could be done but the number of users who root today vs just a few years ago I'd say is massively declined.
Understood apparently there is no reason especially knowing that the wireless debugging and shizuku can cover lots of things

Just sometimes it makes me wonder how there are certain options offered by these OEMs but they somehow never got idea to implement this one
 

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Understood apparently there is no reason especially knowing that the wireless debugging and shizuku can cover lots of things

Just sometimes it makes me wonder how there are certain options offered by these OEMs but they somehow never got idea to implement this one
Less features, less complexity, less build time, less money spent. All in that order.