November 14th, 2011, 01:55 PM #1
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GTalk Notification Problem on Droid Incredible
I'm having a problem and all the internet sites out there seem to be getting the problem wrong in describing it (in turn getting really poor answers). So I'm going to ask my question here.
I have an Unrevoked Rooted Droid Incredible (trust me, the rooted part doesn't matter despite what Verizon techs may say... the problem I'm having is recent and I rooted the thing over a year ago). I did not specifically install GTalk but since the phone is bundled with Google crap it makes sense that I may have it installed (despite not seeing it on the applications list or processes list).
A friend sent me a chat request and the notification appears as:
[insert email] wants to be able to chat
When I click his notification absolutely nothing happens. No blinking screen like some have. Not a single thing other than the notification window rolling back up as if the message wasn't even there.
And the problem is that I can clear notifications but the message soon arrives again. As much as I love my friend I don't love this notification and I may just end up killing him if it happens again.
I've attempted to look at running apps and went so far as to kill every single Google process but it does absolutely nothing.
I'm assuming this is GTalk related but there's nothing else worth noting. I can't get rid of the damn thing.
Anyone have any suggestions? Please save a life by helping otherwise he's going to not be in such great health any more.
Last edited by Interrupt; November 14th, 2011 at 01:57 PM.“Arguing with anonymous strangers on the Internet is a sucker's game because they almost always turn out to be—or to be indistinguishable from—self-righteous sixteen-year-olds possessing infinite amounts of free time.” ― Cryptonomicon
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