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How can I export my push notifications so they can be imported again on accidental deletion?

If I accidentally wipe out a notification or press the clear button, Android does not ask me for confirmation and just cleans up.

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If you do not want to use any third party app, that can read every Notification on your phone then there is a built-in Notification log in Android.

How to enable:
You can see your Notification log under Settings shortcut widget.
Long press on home screen.
Select Add widgets" and select Settings.

screen shot- Settings shortcut

Click on Notification log and a shortcut will appear on your home screen to launch Notification log.
That's it. Check details of every notification you missed.
You can't send them back into Notification tray.

  • I don't seem to have this on my Galaxy s5. What phone do you have? – aBochur Jan 28 '18 at 21:35
  • I am running stock Android 7.1.1(Moto G4 Play) – global_warming Jan 29 '18 at 4:52
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Here's an app that saves your notification history. Even after you clear your notification, you'll be able to go back and see what it was. The app is called notification history

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