Android 14: You can disable fullscreen notifications for alarm, calls, and more

The search engine giant Google’s Android OS is currently the widely-used OS in the tech market. The company is working on the next generation of its Android; recently, the first Beta update of the upcoming Android 14. Notably, this upcoming OS will bring various major and minor novelties to your devices. We have already got a little idea regarding Android 14’s novelties through its Developer Preview, Beta update, and rumors & leaks. 

Informatively, the stable version of Android 14 is still under development. It is possible that in the stable version, we will get to see some changes and modifications from the beta update. Recently, the popular Leak star Mishaal Rahman has shared a key feature of Android 14, which lets you control whether applications can send you full-screen notifications. Let’s learn more about this new feature, what it is, and how we can enable it. 

Let us tell you to enable this feature, you should go through the below-listed procedure. 

  • Firstly, unlock your device. 
  • Open the “Settings” application. 
  • Now go to the “Apps” option. 
  • Then, choose “Special app access”.
  • Now you will reach the “Manage full-screen intents” page. 
  • Here you can find a list of all applications. 
  • You can choose any desired app by tapping on it. 
  • Lastly, you just have to turn the toggle on if you want its notification in full screen. 

Notably, as this feature is a part of the upcoming Android 14, there is a high chance that we will get to see it in our Galaxy devices as well because Samsung’s next One UI 6 will be based on this OS. As per the expectations, Android 14-based One UI 6 will make its way to the Galaxy device by August or September. If you are wondering if your device is eligible for this update or not, you can check its name in this list.

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