Looking a good notification drop down toggle like the lg g4 has but want it to work on turbo

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  1. SMYDSMITH

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    Looking a good notification drop down toggle like the lg g4 has but want it to work on turbo

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    I kind of think you may be on your own with this one . This is a Turbo forum and I have a feeling 95% of us have probably never owned a G4 . I'm thinking you probably should have stuck with the G4 since you keep trying to turn the Turbo into one . The notification setup on the turbo works great if you give it a chance if you haven't turned it on in the MOTO app. Good luck .
     
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    What's the one like on the G4?
     
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    I am a big phone jumper - maybe not for the same reason as our OP :) but I always like to try out what is "new" out there and I can pick things from every device that I like and want to mimic on the next...I think that is all the OP is trying to do and while it may not be things that everyone else would want, it is good to see what options there are for Android users...after all, that is why we chose Android :)...
     
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    @smalltowngirl13 Yeah, another forum had a poll last week, how many Android phones have you had? I though of you. ;);)

    A surprising number said more than 10.
     
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    I would bet if I stopped and counted from the OD, I would be at 25+ (and I might be low-ballin' that number LOL)...and that would not take in my BB, Apple or Window phones...
     
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    Try power toggles. Negligible battery consumption. Very customizable
     
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    I love droids and their battery life but the button on the back of the lg and some of the features were cool but the lg always overheated had bad antena for signal and because if that battery drained fast causing sms texts to repeat it was a perfect storm of problems. Wish that Motorola had made the lg g4 it might have been better quality.....

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    The lg g4 has a drop down notification button similar to the way an iohone6 plus has a way to bring top icons to bottom. And all the menu keys are programmable including the physical power button and volume with combinations

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    This was one of the 1st apps j bought for the turbo love it but I bought it before I saw your post. Thx though. It doesn't have the drop down key option though to open motivations with a Key press . the ones I did find that can open w a key press don't work on lollipop.

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    I have built up a list over time of the ideal phone and currently it is droid turbo battery life. 2 antennas like old style Verizon phones so you don't need lte volte like droid maxx the lg g4 hardware fire factor and button placement and some of the software customizations and u would love the iphones fingerprint unlock as I don't like the Samsung method on galaxy

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