Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

Do These If Notifications Not Working on Your Galaxy Z Flip 3

If your Galaxy Z Flip 3 doesn't show any notifications or the notifications are not working, apply these fixes!
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If you are a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 user and you’ve noticed that notifications are not working or not displaying on your device, don’t worry. You are in the right place. 

This issue typically occurs due to misconfigurations or glitches in your device’s firmware. Fortunately, resolving this problem is easy. In this guide, we will provide you right solutions to make notifications work again on your Galaxy Z Flip 3.

Fix 01: Turn Off Power Saving and Do Not Disturb

The Power Saving and Do Not Disturb modes on your Samsung Z Flip conserve battery life and minimize interruptions. However, these features also prevent notifications from being displayed. 

If you have these modes enabled, it’s a good idea to turn them off to ensure that your notifications come through.

Here’s how you can disable these features:

For Power Saving Mode:

  1. Open the Settings app
  2. Tap on Battery and device care.
Battery and device care11
  1. Then tap on Battery.
device care battery
  1. Here, you’ll find the Power saving mode. If it’s on, tap on it to turn it off.
power saving

For Do Not Disturb:

  1. Go to the Settings app.
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Then tap on Do Not Disturb.
do not disturb
  1. If it’s enabled, tap on the toggle to turn it off.
Do not Disturb turn it on and off.

Fix 02: Enable Notifications for Certain Apps

Your Samsung Z Flip 3 won’t show notifications if you have accidentally disabled them for certain apps. 

You can enable or disable notifications for each app on your device. If notifications are not working for a particular app or app, you need to check their individual settings and ensure that they have permission to send notifications.

Here’s how you can enable notifications for certain apps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Tap On More
notification More
  1. Tap On Most recent and Tap on all.
notification Most recent and select all
  1. Tap on indicators next to the required apps to turn the function on or off.
notification Tap on indicators next to the required apps

Note: Some apps have additional notification settings within the app itself. If you’re still not receiving notifications after enabling them in the device settings, you need to check the app’s internal settings as well.

Fix 03: Enable Lock Screen Notifications

This feature is responsible for displaying notifications on your screen when your device is locked.

If you are not seeing notifications on your Galaxy Z Flip 3’s lock screen, you need to check and enable this from settings. 

To enable lock screen notifications, follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Then, tap on Lock Screen.
notification lock screen
  1. Toggle the switch on at the top of the screen to Enable lock screen notifications.
Enable lock screen notifications

Fix 04: Configure Notification Pop-Up Style

The One UI on your Galaxy Z Flip 3 offers two styles of notification pop-ups: “Detailed” and “Brief”. Both styles serve different purposes and can affect how your notifications are displayed.

The “Detailed” style provides more detailed notifications, showing more information directly in the pop-up. 

On the other hand, the “Brief” style is more minimalistic, showing only essential information to keep your screen less cluttered.

If notifications are not working properly, it could be due to a misconfiguration in this setting. Therefore, you need to choose one style and configure it correctly to resolve any notification issues.

Here’s how you can configure both modes:

Detailed Mode:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Samsung Z Flip.
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Tap on Pop-up style.
  2. Select Detailed.
Notification Detailed

Brief Mode:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Tap on Pop-up style.
  2. Select Brief.
Notification Brief

Fix 05: Turn Off Notification Reminders

“Notification reminders” is another feature that can interfere with the regular of displaying your notifications. Therefore, you need to turn it off if it is already enabled.

Here’s how you can disable notification reminders:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Galaxy Z Flip.
  2. Scroll down and tap on Accessibility.
accessibility
  1. Tap on Advanced settings.
Accessibility Advanced Settings
  1. Scroll down to find Notification reminders and tap on it.
Notification reminders advance settings
  1. Toggle off the switch next to Notification reminders.
Notification reminders turn off

Fix 06: Adjust Advanced Notification Settings

In Advanced Notification Settings, you have more options to customize how you receive and view your notifications. These settings include “Show notification icons”, “Floating notifications”, and “App icon badges”.

Adjusting these settings helps notification delivery to function correctly. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Galaxy Z Flip.
  2. Scroll down and tap on Notifications.
Notifications
  1. Tap on Advanced settings.
Accessibility Advanced Settings
  1. Under Show notification icons, choose the option to display 3 recent notifications or more. This will ensure that you don’t miss any important notifications.
advance settings Show notification icons
  1. Next, enable Floating notifications and set it to Bubbles. This allows notifications to pop up on your screen, making them more noticeable.
Advance settings Floating notifications and set it to Bubbles
  1. Finally, enable App icon badges. This feature will show a small badge on the app’s icon when you have unread notifications.
advance settings App icon badges

Fix 07: Reset All Settings

If none of the above solutions have worked for you, you have to reset all settings on your Galaxy Z Flip 3. This will revert all system settings back to their default state and fix any glitches causing notifications not to work.

Here are the steps to reset all settings:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and select General Management.
general management
  1. Tap on Reset.
reset
  1. Select Reset all settings.
reset all
  1. Confirm your selection.
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