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adding a "alarm clock"-like notification

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adding a "alarm clock"-like notification

Postby sandis84 » Mon Jan 18, 2010 3:33 pm

So I want my application to add an icon next to the clock, battery-level and alarm clock-icon. That is, I dont just want to make a normal notification.

Is this a part of the official API? Obviously it is possible to do, since alarm clock does it, but I cant find any info on it.

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