Either due to the notifications being too long, or android not scrolling the notifications, but I can't see what most of the notifications say.

The main reason for this question is

One of your dwellers has been...

but I'd also like to know all of the notifications that can appear.

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    ... eaten by a grue? – Elva Aug 21 '15 at 14:26
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    To read them, I usually open some other app (like a browser) that allows for the display to flip. In landscape view I can usually read them (and once read, you recognize most of them) – Svj0hn Aug 21 '15 at 14:35
  • I'm getting them through the PushBullet for Chrome notification forwarding stuff. Was also very curious about what the "One of your dwellers has been o..." notifica(snip) for a while. Guess I have a screen one character wider than @Rapitor's. – Jeeva Aug 21 '15 at 14:38

All are prefixed by "Vault (x): "

  • One of your Dwellers has been out in the Wasteland for a while, you should check on them.
  • A baby is about to be born in your Vault!
  • One of your babies has grown into a healthy Dweller!
  • Something happened in your vault!
  • One of your production rooms is ready for collecting!
  • One of your Dwellers has been out in the Wasteland for a short while. Perhaps you should check on them.
  • I'll try and write others down, as I see them, and edit them into the Answer. – Jeeva Aug 21 '15 at 14:04
  • A room as produced resources (or pretty close to that). A baby is about to be born, another for a returned wanderer, one for baby growing up to adult... there's a bit too many. – Jonathan Drapeau Aug 21 '15 at 14:11
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    I've been getting "Something happened in your vault!" So helpful. – MikeTheLiar Aug 21 '15 at 18:38

Here are all the cached notifications for Fallout Shelter:

List of notifications cached from Fallout Shelter

  • I bet vault 69 and 101 are the most popular vault numbers for FS. :) – Tim S. Aug 28 '15 at 15:25

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