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Emergency Alerts On LG G5

Emergency Alerts On LG G5

If you own a LG G5, it’s a good idea to know that some of the weird loud noises with nonstop vibrations, are because of the emergency alerts on the LG G5. These notifications can keep you safe, but some want to know how to turn off emergency weather alerts on the LG G5.

The LG G5 gets emergency alerts or severe weather warning from government officials, local and state safety agencies, FEMA, the FCC, the National Weather Service or even Homeland Security. Having these alerts installed on your LG G5 is for your own safety, but for those that want to know how to turn off severe weather alert sounds, we’ll explain below.

All LG G5 devices have emergency weather alerts and notifications just like other smartphones. But many have suggested the LG’s alerts are the loudest and most annoying of them all. The LG G5 has four kinds of alerts. Presidential, Extreme, Severe, and AMBER alerts. All of them but one can be disabled, just follow the instructions below to turn them off.



How to Turn Off Emergency Weather Alerts on the LG G5

The way that you can control the emergency and weather alerts on the LG G5 is by going to the text messaging application called “Messaging”. Once you get to the Messaging app, follow these steps:

  1. Select the three dots in the top right corner, which is the menu button.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Browse and select Emergency Alerts.
  4. Uncheck the boxes that you don’t want to get alerts from.


If you want to turn the alerts back ON, just follow the instructions above and recheck the boxes you want to get alerts and notifications from. All of the alerts can be turned off expect for the presidential alerts. You’ve now successfully disabled any of those alerts that were keeping you awake at night, or going off at the wrong time on your LG G5.




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David Williams

Sep 30, 2016

I am a true junkie for everything tech. My current arsenal includes an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, iPhone Xs, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Chromebook, iMac, and Dell XPS 13.

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