Dagnelino76I must admit that I scratched my head quite a lot to crack this one. The thing is that I knew ZENUI had all the functionality needed to do what you want but it didn't work. It took me some time to figure out why and I had to test a lot of different devices to find the reason.
sorry, I would like to report this missing / bug but I don't know how to get it to the developers.
Activate turn on display when you receive a notification:
1 option - a notification arrives, the screen turns on but only the time appears! To see what notification it is you have to be recognized by the face. It remains in the lockscreen, without being taken to the home but it is very uncomfortable. From here then if you want you can access the home with a slide.
2 option - a notification arrives, the screen shows what type of notification has been received, hiding sensitive content. Perfect. I go to the lockscreen and from here if you are recognized by the face there is no way to stay in the lockscreen, you are necessarily brought to the home.
Is there any way to make the screen turn on when a notification is received and to show what notification it is by hiding sensitive content and avoid being brought to the home on the lockscreen when it is recognized? But access the home by making a slide? basically a mix between the two previous methods.
I often have the phone on the desk and it would be convenient for me to see the contents of the notification without having to access the home once it is recognized: this is because the screen on the lockscreen turns off after a few seconds and not after the minute I set when using the device.
I hope I have explained well what happens, in a previous topic that I opened on the A10 bugs CH_ASUS closed the topic, saying that this functionality is already present, but in my opinion, it did not quite understand what I can't set (https: / /zentalk.asus.com/en/discussion/15981/beta-6-list-of-bugs#latest)
Clarification on how notifications are received and unlocked (A9 -A10)