Heard about the Google Pixel and Pixel XL? Those are like among the best phones of 2016. The first Android tablets produced by Google. The phones come with very awesome with mind blowing features including a fingerprint sensor, a 13 MP rear camera and a battery capacity of 3,450 mAh. You can check out more about the Google Pixel and Pixel XL by following this LINK.
However, if you own a Google Pixel or Pixel XL but you are tired of the disturbing pop-up notifications, and you also want to find out how to stop the pop-up notifications from occurring on your Google Pixel or Pixel XL, then you are in the right place at the right time as we are going to be learning how to fix pop-up notifications on Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
These pop-up notifications show up on your phone because of a new type of notification which has been introduced by Google. This new kind of notifications is called ‘Heads up notifications’. This notification appears at the top of your notifications when you scroll down your status bar, and it covers more space compared to other notifications and also appears with a larger image on your status bar. Some people are okay with this feature, but other are not comfortable with this feature for their reasons and so we are now going to learn how to fix this and stop the Heads up notifications from appearing on Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
How to fix Pixel and Pixel XL no popup notification
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- Turn on your Google Pixel or Pixel XL.
- Go over to the Settings app by clicking on the Settings icon on the phone’s menu.
- Click on Sound and notification.
- Click on App notifications.
- Click on the app which you want to stop receiving the notifications from.
- Click on the toggle which appears beside the app’s name and the colour will change from blue to grey signifying that the notification has been turned off.
After you follow the instructions above, you will be able to know how to turn off popup notifications on your Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone. This will stop notifications from showing up on your screen when you do not want it to happen.
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