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How to recover lost notifications on Android : Android Trick

Written by Pankaj Rawat

The Android notifications menu sometimes fills up so fast, it’s easy to close it without properly checking it. If you’ve done this, and think you might have accidentally swiped something important into non-existence, you can still get it back. Here we show you how to recover lost notifications on your Android device by finding the Android notification history.

The Android notifications menu sometimes fills up so fast, it’s easy to close it without properly checking it. If you’ve done this, and think you might have accidentally swiped something important into non-existence, you can still get it back. Here we show you how to recover lost notifications on your Android device by finding the Android notification history.
The notification log – where you can view deleted notifications – is only available on Android 4.3 Jellybean or above. For the purposes of this walk-through, we used stock Android Lollipop.

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How to recover lost notifications on Android

 

Method 1:

1. Long-tap an empty space on your Android home screen then tap Widgets.

2. Swipe left or scroll down the widget menu until you get to the Settings shortcut widget.

3. Long-tap the widget until your home screens appear, then drag it to a home screen of your choice.

4. In the Settings shortcut menu that appears, scroll down and tap Notification log.

Method 2:

1. Press and hold on Screen
2. Select Widget Option
3. select Setting widget
4. setting shortcut
5. select Notification Log
6. that’s it

 

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Get the Notification log widget on your home-screen, then tap it to see your deleted notifications

Once you’re in the notification log, you’ll see active notifications in white, and notifications that you closed in gray. You can tap the gray notifications just as you would normally, and you’ll be taken straight to the source of the notification.

 

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