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How to Fix Notifications Not Showing up on Android

Find out why you’re not getting notifications and fix them

Notifications may not appear on your Android device in several ways:

  • Android devices do not notify.
  • Only certain apps will warn you when you know they should.
  • Receive notifications when the app first starts but then stops.
  • Notifications will only stop working if you only have a mobile device or Wi-Fi connection.

Before starting to troubleshoot why you’re not getting app notifications, always make sure you’re connected to at least one network (cellular or Wi-Fi) and that you’re connected to the internet. Open your mobile browser and try searching on Google. If Google Search isn’t working, you may have a network connection issue and you’ll need to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi network or mobile data connection first.

Reasons why notifications are not showing on Android

There are many reasons for not getting notifications on your Android.

  • Do not disturb if airplane mode is on.
  • System or app notifications are disabled.
  • Your power or data settings prevent the app from receiving notification notifications.
  • Outdated applications or operating system software may cause the application to freeze or crash without displaying any notifications.

Notifications that don’t show up can happen at any time, and identifying problems isn’t always easy.

How to Fix No Notifications on Android

Here are some ways to fix notifications not showing up on your Android device.

Make sure Do Not Disturb is not turned on. It might seem like a good idea, but forgetting to turn on Do Not Disturb is one of the most common reasons for not getting notifications. If you enable (enable) this setting, disable them and they will work again.

restart cellphone. Most of the issues that cause no notifications in Android can be resolved by restarting the phone. That’s because even if the problem is an app freezing or crashing, a poor network connection, or something else, restarting your phone can automatically resolve those issues and save you a lengthy troubleshooting process.

Make sure you don’t turn off toast notifications. There are many ways to customize notifications on Android devices. These include customizing notification sounds, hiding notifications on the Android lock screen, or disabling notifications entirely. Be sure to check your toast notification settings before looking elsewhere for the problem.

If you’re not sure when your Android not getting notifications problem started, check your notification history to determine when it started. Knowing this will help you determine when a new application was installed or a system update was performed.

Make sure you don’t turn off app notifications. If you’re not getting notifications from a particular app, the most likely culprit is that app’s notification settings. Each app has its own set of permissions to access Android features, notifications being one of them. Make sure notifications are turned on for the apps you want.

Check the power saving mode setting. You can adjust the power settings on Android to disable apps or app features when the battery level drops below a certain level. Battery saver is a common culprit for notification issues. Also make sure no battery saver apps are running, which may block app notifications when the battery is low.

Clean the app’s cache and data. In addition to settings, almost every app has a cache and app data storage area that stores information about your usage and activity. This data may become corrupted or become too large, causing unexpected app behavior, such as stopping notifications. Clearing the app’s cache and data usually resolves these issues.

Update your application. When the app expires, some features may no longer work. This usually prevents all or some of the notifications from appearing. Make sure all your apps are up to date and enable automatic updates for all apps through the Google Play Store app.

Verify that you are not restricting your app from running in the background. If you don’t get notifications from a particular app, the app might not be running in the background. Almost all notifications-enabled apps need to be running in the background for notifications to work.

Clear your Android cache partition. While clearing the app data cache can fix app notification issues, your Android itself has a cache area. The data stored there can also get corrupted and cause problems with all applications. Wiping the cache partition can solve these problems.

Check your mobile data usage settings. Newer versions of the Android operating system include the ability to disable app access to mobile data when approaching a certain data limit each month. Double-check this setting to make sure you didn’t accidentally turn it on or forget to turn it off. Not only does this feature disable notifications, it also prevents most apps from running.

Install all system updates for your Android device. If all else fails, your Android operating system may be out of date. Android OS updates often contain new features that affect notifications. Apps that rely on these new features to provide alerts will stop working if you haven’t updated your phone in a while.

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How to Fix Notifications Not Showing up on Android

Find out why you’re not getting notifications and restore them

Notifications may not show up on your Android device in any one of several different ways:

The Android device isn’t providing any notifications at all.
Only specific apps aren’t issuing alerts when you know they should.
You receive notifications when an app first launches, but then they stop.
Notifications only stop working when you only have a cellular or Wi-Fi connection.
Before you start troubleshooting why you aren’t receiving any app notifications, always confirm you’re connected to at least one network (cellular or Wi-Fi) and have an internet connection. Open your mobile browser and try to search Google for anything. If Google Search doesn’t work, you likely have a network connection issue, and you’ll need to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi network or mobile data connection first.
Cause of Notifications Not Showing up on Android

There are many different causes for not receiving notifications on your Android.

Do Not Disturb or Airplane Mode is on.
Either system or app notifications are disabled.
Power or data settings are preventing apps from retrieving notification alerts.
Outdated apps or OS software can cause apps to freeze or crash and not deliver notifications.

Notifications not showing up can occur at any time, and it isn’t always simple to pinpoint the problem.

How to Fix No Notifications on Android

Here are some of the ways to fix it when notifications are not showing up on your Android device.

Check That Do Not Disturb is not enabled. It may seem obvious, but forgetting Do Not Disturb is enabled is one of the most common causes for not receiving notifications. If this setting is on (enabled), turn it off, and they will start working again.

Restart your phone. Most of the issues that cause a lack of notification on Android can be resolved by restarting your phone. That’s is because even if the problem is a frozen or crashed app, a bad network connection, or anything else, restarting the phone may automatically resolve those issues and avoid a lengthy troubleshooting process.

Make sure you haven’t disabled system notifications. There are many ways you can customize notifications on an Android device. These include customizing notification sounds, hiding notifications on the Android lock screen, or turning off notifications entirely. Always check system notifications settings first before you look for problems elsewhere.

If you aren’t sure when the problem started with not receiving notifications on your Android, check the notification history to pinpoint precisely when it began. Knowing this may help you identify when you installed a new app or performed a system update.

Make sure you haven’t turned off app notifications. If you aren’t receiving notifications from a specific app, the most likely culprit is the notification settings for that app. Every app has its own set of permissions to access Android features, and notifications are one. Make sure notifications are enabled for the apps you want.

Check your battery-saving settings. You can adjust power settings on your Android to disable apps or app features when the battery drops below a certain level. Battery Saver Mode is a common culprit for notification issues. Also, make sure you don’t have a battery saver app running, which may be blocking app notifications when your battery is low.

Clear app cache and data. In addition to settings, almost every app has a cache and app data storage area where it stores information about your usage and activity. This data can get corrupt or too large, leading to unusual app behavior such as notifications stopping. Clearing app cache and data often resolve these issues.

Update your apps. When apps are outdated, certain features may stop working. Often this will prevent all or some notifications from popping up. Ensure all of your apps are updated and enable automatic updates of all apps via the Google Play Store app.

Confirm you haven’t restricted your app from running in the background. If you’re not getting notifications from a specific app, the app might not be allowed to run in the background. Almost any app with a notifications feature has to run in the background for notifications to work.

Clear your Android cache partition. While clearing app data cache may fix app notification issues, your Android itself has a cache area. Data stored there can also get corrupted and may lead to problems for all apps. Clearing the cache partition will fix these issues.

Check your Mobile Data Usage settings. Newer versions of the Android OS include the ability to disable app access to mobile data when you’re approaching a specific data limit each month. Double-check these settings to ensure you didn’t enable it accidentally or forgot to disable it. Not only will this feature disable notifications, but it’ll stop most apps from working at all.

Install all system updates for your Android device. Your Android OS may be out of date if all else has failed. Android OS updates often include new features which affect notifications. If you haven’t updated your phone in a while, apps that rely on those new features for issuing alerts will stop working.

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