- Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
- Tap “Notifications,” then scroll down and tap “Emergency Alerts.”
- Tap “History” to see a list of past alerts.
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Reading and managing amber alerts on an iPhone
To view past emergency alerts on your iPhone, open the Settings app and tap on Notifications. Scroll down and tap on Emergency Alerts. Tap on the incident you’re interested in, then scroll down and tap on View Details.
Emergency alerts are stored on your phone in the same place as other notifications. To view them, open the notification drawer by swiping down from the top of your screen and tap the bell-shaped icon at the top-right corner of the drawer.
If you have an iPhone, open the Settings app and tap on Notifications. Scroll down and select the app for which you want to see alerts. Under “Alert Style” you can choose from several options, including “Banner” and “None.” If you have an Android phone, open the Settings app and tap on Sound & Notification. Tap on App notifications and then select the app for which you want to see alerts.
There are a few different ways to reread emergency alerts. One way is to scroll through the list of emergency alerts that have been sent to your phone. Another way is to open the emergency alert app on your phone. A third way is to go to the Settings app on your phone and open the Emergency Alerts section.
To view an Amber Alert on your iPhone, open the “Settings” app and tap “Notifications.” Scroll down and tap “Amber Alerts” to turn on notifications for Amber Alerts in your area.
There are a few ways to find emergency alerts on your Android phone. One way is to open the Settings app and tap on Emergency Alerts. You can then enable alerts for weather warnings, AMBER alerts, and other types of emergencies.
Another way to find emergency alerts is to open the Google app and tap on the menu icon in the top left corner. Then select Settings and scroll down to Emergency Alerts.
To get emergency alerts on your Samsung phone, you need to make sure that your phone is set up to receive them. To do this, open the Settings app and tap on “Notifications.” Scroll down until you see the section for “Emergency alerts.” Make sure that both the “Emergency alerts” and “AMBER alerts” options are turned on.
The emergency alerts on the Galaxy S10 can be found in the Settings menu. To access it, open the Settings app and tap on the Emergency Alerts option.
To view emergency alerts on your Samsung Galaxy S9, open the Settings app and select Notifications. Scroll down and tap Emergency Alerts. You can then choose which types of alerts you want to receive.
The ringtones are stored in the media storage on the Galaxy S9. You can access this storage by going to the Settings app and selecting Applications > Application Manager > Media Storage.
Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S9 has read receipts.
To change the notification sound on your Samsung Galaxy S9, you’ll need to open the Settings menu. From there, select Sound and vibration, then Notification sound. You’ll be able to choose between a variety of sounds or create your own.