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Cancelling an SMS notification

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Cancelling an SMS notification

Postby Darwin » Mon Dec 07, 2009 9:36 am

Is it possible to cancel the New Text Message notification?

I haven't had any luck finding solutions through Google, and I'm not sure it's possible. My app did not spawn the notification, and as such I do not have the notification ID. Even so, I believe it's only possible for an app to manage its own notifications, not notifications that came from other sources.

I figured I'd ask anyway to see if anyone had some insight. I'm wondering if there's perhaps some other service I can bundle in with my app that overrides the default SMS in some way to control its notifications. Would some type of Service that I write be capable of this?

Thanks for any help!
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