Technically, the Alarms of the Galaxy phones are the exceptions when your phone is on Vibrate or set to Do Not Disturb, but only when you’ve customized the settings of both Vibrate and DND mode. These are two options where usually people make mistakes and end up with No Sound on Alarms Samsung S10, S20, etc. I’ll suggest you put these settings forward and verify there isn’t any mistake, and if everything is alright then, try the following troubleshoots.
While in some cases the Alarm Clock stopped working after a software update, which is quite unacceptable as the new updates must improvise the system, not broke the apps. We’ve collected several tips that will surely fix the alarm issues on Samsung phone.
Alarm Not Working on Samsung S10, S20, S9, Note 10
Turn Off Vibrate for alarms and timers
Many users have reported the Alarm Sound not working on Samsung S10, S20, and other phones, however, at the same time, disabling the Vibrate for alarms and timers did trick for them. The problem might be triggered due to a software bug or it’s your own doing.
- Open the Clock app on your phone.
- Make sure the Alarm tab is selected, look at the bottom.
- Then, tap on three dots to access the Settings.
- From the Clock settings, toggle off Vibrate for alarms and timers.
Check Date & Time
The date and time of the system is an important aspect while setting the alarm on the phone. Head over to the Settings app > General management > Date and time. The best option is to turn on Automatic date and time; your phone will automatically detect the date and time depending upon your region.
Change Alarm Ringtone (Don’t use Bixby alarm)
One of the users reported that after updating Samsung S10 the alarm stopped working and no sound on alarms. Later, he realized it was the Bixby alarm that was preventing the original alarm from ringing, these things happen when we update the phones, here’s how to change alarm ringtone on Samsung.
- Go to the Clock app.
- Select the Alarm tab.
- Tap on the particular Alarm or Create New Alarm.
- Turn on Alarm sound, and tap on it.
- Select the Ringtone option and from the next Selected ringtone option, customize the Alarm sound.
Delete & Create New Alarms
After trying all the above tips, if you can’t fix ‘no alarm sound’ on Samsung S20, S9 or S10, then delete the existing alarm and create a new one. Usually, a false setting can stop the alarm, rather easily create a new alarm then looking for the incorrect settings on the clock app. Remove all the alarms and re-create them.
Disable Battery Optimization
Your Galaxy phone comes with four different battery optimization settings, including, High performance, Optimized, Medium power saving, and Maximum power saving. All of them are helpful in different situations, such as while improving the battery performance of the phone, to save the last drop of battery when you’re out for work, and more.
- Launch the Settings app.
- Tap Device care.
- Select the Battery option.
- Switch the Power mode to Optimized or High performance.
Clear Cache & Data of App
Clear cache and data delete all the temporary files issued for the Clock app, that are used to enhance the app functionality and it a file that stores all the settings for the Clock app. Removing them, bring the Clock app to default settings and remove all the alarms.
- Open Settings.
- Tap Apps.
- Find the Clock app.
- Tap Storage > Clear cache and then Clear data.
Uninstall and Reinstall App
If you’re experiencing alarm clock problems with Google Clock or any other alarm app, then delete it for once and reinstall it.
- Visit the Settings app.
- Tap Apps.
- Find the Clock app and tap Disable/Uninstall.
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