Samsung Galaxy S4 Notifications Not Working

Galaxy S4 Notifications Not Working

One Samsung Galaxy S4 user told us that his Galaxy S4 notifications not working properly. According to him, his notifications only work in WiFi mode only. So, every time he gets home, he just gets flooded by multiple notifications all at once.

Possible Causes of the Galaxy S4 Notifications not Working Problem

The Galaxy S4 notifications not working problem may be caused by the following:

  • Carrier Internet not activated
  • Third-party apps
  • System glitch

Possible Solutions to the Galaxy S4 Notifications not Working Issue

Here are the likely remedies that will solve the problem, based on the possible sources of that were identified:

1. Check Carrier

First, make sure that your subscription to your carrier includes Internet access, or you have enough data plan to go online.

If you have active Internet subscription with your carrier, check if it is activated in your phone by following the steps below:

  • Go to Settings
  • Access Mobile Networks
  • Select Access Point Names or APN
  • From there, check if your Internet is switched On

2. Disable Suspicious Third-Party Apps

Some third-party apps that are designed to conserve battery power may also cause the problem according to some users in various forums. They say that battery-saving apps sometimes turn the phone off or into sleep mode when idle which also switches off its communication features such as access to the Internet.

3. Factory Reset

If all possible solutions have been tried, yet the problem persists, or if you want a quick way to rid yourself of all the glitches brought about by loading tons of unreliable third-party apps in your device, you might want to consider a Hard Reset or Factory Reset.

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