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How to Fix WhatsApp Notifications if Not Working on Android

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Are you not getting WhatsApp notifications on your Android phone? If so, try these fixes.

1. Check notification settings 

If you’re not getting notifications on your Android phone, there are a few things you can check.  ensure that your notifications must be turned on in your phone’s settings. You can also check to see if your phone is muted, or if there is an app that is preventing notifications from appearing.

2. Update WhatsApp

If you’re having trouble with WhatsApp notifications not working on your Android phone, you’re not alone.  lots of people have been reporting this issue now a days. But don’t be panis, there are  several things you can try to fix it.

The first thing you should do is make sure you have the latest version of WhatsApp installed. for this, go to the Play Store and in play store go to the My Apps & Games section. If you see an update for WhatsApp, install it.

If the problem persists, try disabling your phone’s battery optimization for WhatsApp. To do this, open Settings and go to Battery. select the menu button (3 vertical dots) and choose Battery Optimization. Tap the WhatsApp option and select Don’t optimize.

If that doesn’t work yet, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling WhatsApp app. To do this, go to  the Play Store and in play store go to the My Apps & Games section. Tap the WhatsApp entry and select Uninstall. Then open the Play Store and go to the Search tab. Type WhatsApp and install the app.

also read, WhatsApp in 2022: What’s new?

3. Clear WhatsApp cache 

Cache is temporary files stored on your Android device to improve performance. To clear WhatsApp cache on Android, follow these steps:

a. Go to Settings.

b. Tap Apps.

c. Tap WhatsApp.

d. Tap Storage.

e. Tap Clear Cache.

f. Tap Clear Data.

g. Tap OK.

4. Uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp

If you’re having trouble with WhatsApp notifications not working on Android, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the app. This can sometimes fix the problem.

If you’re still having trouble after uninstalling and reinstalling, you can try clearing the app’s cache and data. This can also fix the problem.

To clear the app’s cache and data, open your Android’s Settings menu, tap Apps, and then tap WhatsApp. Tap Storage and then tap Clear Cache and Clear Data.

also read ,What are the benefits of using WhatsApp?

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