Enable or Disable Request Notifications in Play Games App on HTC One M8

Edited by Thor, Courtney, Eng

Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how to turn on and off the option to receive request notifications from the Play Games application, on an HTC One M8.



Steps

  1. 1
    To begin, turn the phone on by pressing the Power button. This button is located on top of the phone. Once the phone has been activated, we will see the Lock screen.
    Advertisement
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  2. 2
    To unlock the phone, we will press down on the screen and swipe upwards. One the phone has been unlocked, we will see the Home screen. At the bottom, we will see a row featuring five icons. It is one of these icons that we now need to access, as we need to open up the Applications folder.
    Advertisement
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  3. 3
    We will now press down on the center icon, located at the bottom of the Home screen. This icon features a grid, made up of white dots. This will open up the Applications folder for us.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  4. 4
    In this folder, we now need to find the Play Games application. Our icon is currently located first in this folder. We can see this icon features a green computer controller, with the words "Play Games" written underneath. The position of this application will vary, depending on where we personally placed it. Once the Play Games application has been found, we will press on it one time to open the application. We now need to find the Settings menu.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  5. 5
    We will tap the icon in the top, left-hand corner of the screen. This icon features three, white, horizontal lines.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  6. 6
    This will open up a menu for us, where we will tap the second to last option, labeled "Settings". This is going to open up the Settings menu for us.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  7. 7
    We now need to locate the "Request notifications" option. Underneath of this option, it will read "Allow games to send notifications for gifts and requests". This is the fourth option down in the Settings menu. The box to the right of this option is currently green with a white checkmark inside of it, indicating this option is currently turned on. This means we are currently receiving request notifications from this application.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  8. 8
    If we would like to deactivate this option, we will tap this green box one time. This box will turn white, indicating this option is now deactivated.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  9. 9
    If however, we would like to receive request notifications, we will press the white box one time. The box will once again turn green with a white checkmark, indicating this option is turned on once again.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help
  10. 10
    This then concludes our tutorial, on how to turn on and off the option to receive request notifications from the Play Games application, on an HTC One M8. If you have any questions or comments about this video, or about the process that you have witnessed in this video, please leave them in the comment section below. We will endeavor to answer them for you.
    Was this step helpful? Yes | No| I need help

Video: Enable or Disable Request Notifications in Play Games App on HTC One M8

If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.

Comments

VisiHow welcomes all comments. If you do not want to be anonymous, register or log in. It is free.

User Reviews

There is no user reviews.

Article Info

Categories : Gaming | HTC

Recent edits by: Courtney, Thor

Share this Article:

Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 427 times.

Did this article help you?
 
x

Thank Our Volunteer Authors.

Would you like to give back to the community by fixing a spelling mistake? Yes | No