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18th January 2014, 05:00 AM   |  #11  
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I noticed this when I had Timely installed and even when I turned to alarm in it off it still made it disappear. I would suggest if you have any time or other app as such remove them and see if the issue continues.

I uninstalled Timely and it works as it should now.

Hope it helps.

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20th January 2014, 02:24 PM   |  #12  
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I noticed this when I had Timely installed and even when I turned to alarm in it off it still made it disappear. I would suggest if you have any time or other app as such remove them and see if the issue continues.

I uninstalled Timely and it works as it should now.

Hope it helps.

TY

I had this exact same problem with Timely installed. I uninstalled Timely and my alarm clock notification no longer disappears and reappears.

I hope this works for you.
20th February 2014, 03:10 PM   |  #13  
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I have the same problem (stock, un-rooted Nexus 5). What I've seen too is that it only disappears if I'm connected to WiFi. If I'm connected to T-Mobile's network, then the alarm notification displays just fine. But shortly after it connects to a WiFi network, the icon disappears.
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In some of the Google support forums, a guy with the issue root-caused it back to the latest version of the Pandora App. Seems that ever since Pandora added alarm clock / wake-up functionality, it conflicts with the stock alarm icon.

I uninstalled Pandora a few days ago ... and my alarm icon is back to behaving normally.
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20th February 2014, 08:11 PM   |  #15  
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i have the same issue with the icon... i do have timely... but it doesnt conflict with the app actually working... my alarms always go off even tho icon is not visible
15th May 2014, 02:03 PM   |  #16  
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i have the same issue with the icon... i do have timely... but it doesnt conflict with the app actually working... my alarms always go off even tho icon is not visible

i have no timely and no pandora but my alarm icon disappears anyway.. maybe xposed wanam makes some trouble with it cuz I modified all the colors of the statusbar icons? hmm... did somebody get another solution in the meantime?
15th May 2014, 07:11 PM   |  #17  
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My alarm icons only appear exactly two hours before the alarm is set to go off.

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