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[Help] since 4.3 notifications borked

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Default [Help] since 4.3 notifications borked

since updating my note2 LTE for 4.3, no app/game notifications work

i only get call/sms ones appear

i have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the aps
clearing cache and data
wipe cache + dalvik + wipe data factory reset
fix permissions

none of which has seemed to fix it

and when i go into the apps like FB snapchat games with friends, forsquare and so on
i get the app showing them, but not in the tray or top of screen, where they usually go.

has anyone else had this or know a fix ?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2540761

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Do You use something like notifyclean or check in the app settings whether you have notifications enabled. See screenshot to understand what I mean.

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Do You use something like notifyclean or check in the app settings whether you have notifications enabled. See screenshot to understand what I mean.

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yep thats all ticked,

im going to do another flash and restore from titanium today and see what happens
failing that im going to try a custom rom, based on 4,3 or 4.4
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