I have been having this problem in which some apps (examples would be Business Calendar 2 and Telegram) don't show notification properly. The do appear, but only for a split second and then immidiately disappear, without even making a sound. It's a problem with these apps because the way I use them notifications are pretty important to me.

I've been reading a bit and managed to figure out that it might be either an issue with the android version (which I don't believe it is, since it's the latest version and I haven't heard the same problem from any of my friends), or a specific app that prevents other apps from showing notifications. Is there any known app that does that? Or is there another possible cause for the symptoms?

Any ideas for a fix would be great, thanks

  • @beeshyams 1. It isn't rooted 2. I'm pretty much looking for a fix, but it would be interesting to know the reason for this issue Jul 10 '17 at 15:49
  • Lol, sorry - I meant the post ^-^' Jul 10 '17 at 16:10
  • If I do fix it, I will self answer, of course Jul 10 '17 at 16:11
  • Ok here's my approach. Using automation app Macrodroid. Download and give it all permissions it asks for . Set up Trigger: Notification Received > select app ; Action: display Notification select from the ... button (s) what you want displayed along with a different notification sound. You will now get a message on your notification bar that you have a notification from that app. Go to app and check
    – beeshyams
    Jul 10 '17 at 16:18

I figured up the "problem" - Clean Master had the notification cleaner turned on. I just had to turn it off, and everything is back to normal now.

  • It might be useful to read this latest (2018/11/26) Android Central blog report about "Clean Master" and its ad-click actions.
    – wbogacz
    Nov 27 '18 at 17:27

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