I lately upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S9 with Android 9 Pie put in. It has an annoying characteristic, every time I e.g. get a message by way of Telegram, a pop-up window seems over some other utility I’m presently utilizing on high of the display:
I wish to disable that for all apps. I discovered this reddit reply:
If you’re in notification settings for an app, there’s the label for
the notification channel and the checkbox subsequent to it. Checking the
checkbox permits/disables notifications fully. Tapping the label,
as unintuitive as it’s, brings you to the superior settings the place you
can disable pop up/sound/vibrations.
If I am going to e.g. Settings>Notifications>Telegram, I can faucet every single chat and disable pop-ups. That is tedious, absolutely there’s a international possibility to show this invasive characteristic off?