With a clever iPhone and Android trick, you can turn off the government emergency siren
IN a little over two weeks, the government will be testing its new “Armageddon” emergency alert on every smartphone.
The siren will be played automatically from iPhone and Android devices on April 23 at 3:00 p.m.
It is designed to protect people from urgent disasters or situations, such as B. life-threatening weather to warn.
And it will come from your device even if it is set to Slient.
But most people don’t know that you can block the alert.
There is a special setting on iPhone that allows you to control emergency notifications.
So if you work nights and don’t feel like hearing the siren, this might be something for you.
How to turn off emergency notifications on iPhone
Start by opening the Ideas.
Scroll all the way down to where you should be looking Severe Warnings And emergency alerts.
You can tap each one to turn them off.
How to turn off emergency notifications on Android
Android settings may vary from device to device depending on the manufacturer.
The easiest way is to open it Ideas and search for “emergency alerts”.
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