I’m no Android expert by any means but all I can say is that certain apps show requesting autostart permission while others don’t inside the Android app settings. It’s the case on both of my devices, one is running Android 5.1.1 (will be upgraded in the next few hours) and the other is on 7.1.2…
On the Android 5.1.1. I also have a pretty old app called Autostarts, which not only lists the apps being started by default on boot, but also all the apps which get triggered when certain aspects of the device change like Wifi getting enabled & disabled, headphones being plugged, etc… It’s really suprising which apps by default get notified by pretty much anything that’s happening on the OS. With that mentioned app Autostarts the root user can disabled that behaviour per app per status change. All I can say is that while many appear there which you’d think have no business being there DAVx5 is appearing in none of those categories which per se is very good unless it hinders DAVx5 from funtioning properly.
If anyone wonders the Autostart app is this:
@devvv4ever said in Android notifications from 3rd party Calendar Apps:
@undrwater Hello! No other reports for this yet… Calendar apps are writing data into the calendar storage of Android. We’re synchronizing this data “as it is”. So if the calendar app does not put a “VALARM” into the event then it will not be synced and you will have no alarms popping up anywhere fpr this event. Some more technichal information is found here in our manual:
Maybe this helps a bit (at least for the understanding …)
Indeed it is helpful. I can pass the technical part along to the calendar devs anyway. I am sure most are not concerned about my issue as I am sure it is somewhat niche still. Asking on #android on irc the other day got me the response, “I like stuff that works.”
If someone is watching this thread that is willing to test (or report) I would be grateful. I personally use Business Calendar 2, but I have tested it with Simple Calendar and etar from f-droid with the same results.
Process would look like:
Install 3rd party calendar, and make sure your caldav calendar is identified.
create an event using the caldav account
check to see if a notification is received regarding that event
This way I can know that something is happening on my end.
Hi I am on ubuntu 19.04 I have the application working via sudo ./networktablet command flawlessly, yet I can make desktop icons for ubuntu, but never had to try with a sudo command or any other command to open an application I am new to linux so confused, after scouring forever looking and trying 10’s of ways I cannot get it to open well it does but as a file to edit in a text editor rather than as a sudo terminal command, I really want gfxtablet incorporated in my custom os so I can open it from an icon but need your help please anyone if you can assist in making the app into a desktop icon for ubuntu would be great.