Pin Notifications in your Notification Bar with PinNotif Xposed Module

Somethings in your daily routine are very important and you couldn’t afford to forget them like the important appointments, exam notifications etc… so a usual habit, most of these thing end up on your wall or door in the form of stick notes or pin notes. This will help us remember the important things whenever we look at those remainders, and they are pretty helpful in times.

Android Notification system has a downside that whenever you get a notification on messages, missed calls or some other notifications, they will pile up in your notification bar but when the Clear button is pressed (may be accidental sometimes), all the notifications gets washed away. The flushed notification will not reappear except in some cases which will risk some important notifications. So you need to get constantly check the individual apps for any notifications which is too tedious.

GermainZ, a recognized developer from XDA community, developed a Xposed module called PinNotif, that will pin the notifications that are important and can clear the rest of unwanted notifications. So with the pinNotif module you can easily manage your notifications on your Notification bar without have to flush your important notification with the useless notifications. This will make the pinned notifications persistent and will be in the notification bar unless you unpin it again.


Xposed Installer download link.

PinNotif Module  download link.

   Installation Instructions

  1. Make sure you have proper Root Permissions on your device, as Xposed Installer prompts for Superuser permissions.
  2. Install Xposed Installer on your device and Reboot your device.
  3. Install the PinNotif module on your device and activate it in the Xposed Installer.
  4. Reboot your device once again and you can enjoy the PinNotif features after the reboot.

PinNotif is really simple to use, all you have to do is to long press a notification and then select Pin to pin a notification. You can unpin the pinned notification in a similar manner. It’s simple right?