Set or Delete an Alarm on the Galaxy Gear S2

Edited by Train Wreck, Eng, PichPT, Anonymous

One of the great things about the Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 is the ability to set alarms. While these alarms do not have sound, they do vibrate. In fact you can set several different types of vibration for the alarms. Having thoroughly tested these alarms, it's also worth noting that the slight vibration on your wrist is a very effective way of quietly waking up. If you have small children or a spouse you don't want to wake up, the Gear S2 watch alarm is probably the best possible method you could use to wake yourself up in the morning. Read on for our instructions on how to set an alarm on your Galaxy Gear S2.

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Set Alarms on the Galaxy Gear S2

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    Press the home button at the bottom right side of your Gear once to unlock the watch.
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    Press the home key again to access the applications menu.
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    Tap once on the alarm icon located in the 2 o'clock position on the watch.
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    Tap the plus sign on the alarm clock in the middle of the watch face to add an alarm.
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    If you instead already have an alarm, and wish to add another alarm, you will instead tap 'Add' to add another alarm.
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    Now you will rotate the watch bezel to change the hours.
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    From there, tap on minutes to change the minutes section, and once again rotate the watch bezel.
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    If you are on a 12 hour time setting then, you will want to tap and rotate the watch bezel to select between AM and PM.
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    If you are on a 24 hour timeclock, then simply make sure you set the correct time.
    So 11 AM will be 1100, and 11 PM will be 2300.
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    Tap once on 'Next' at the bottom of the watch to continue.
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    Now you can select the day or days you would like the alarm to occur on.
    Simply tap a day to add it, or tap to remove it.
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    When you are finished, select 'Save' to save your new alarm.
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    When the alarm goes off you will need to press and hold the red 'X', and sliding to the right of the watch to turn it off.
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    If you want to snooze the alarm, press and hold the yellow 'zZ', and slide to the left.
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    Congratulations you have successfully set on your Galaxy Gear S2 smart watch.
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Delete Alarms on the Galaxy Gear S2

  1. 1
    Press the home button one time to unlock the watch.
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    Press the home button a second time to open up the applications menu.
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    Tap one time on the alarm icon in the upper right side.
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    Once you have tapped on the alarm icon in the upper right side, you will see a list of alarms.
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    Touch and hold the alarm that you would like to delete.
    The alarm image will change and show a checkbox over top of it.
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    You will see the option at the bottom of the watch to delete the alarm.
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    Tap once on 'Delete', and the alarm will be deleted.
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    Congratulations!
    You have successfully deleted an alarm on your Samsung Galaxy Gear S2.
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    Now you may add another alarm, or delete another alarm in the event you have more than one alarm set.
    Simply repeat the steps in this guide to set or delete more alarms.
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Tips and Suggestions

  • If you are a very heavy sleeper you may need a different alarm.
  • Make sure your watch is charged when setting your alarm.
  • Switch your watch into low power mode before sleeping, and charge it while you get ready for work.
  • Don't forget to turn off your alarm when you take a day off.

Questions and Answers

I can't make the bezel turn to set the alarm?

The bezel won't turn to set the alarm. I have tried: Turning the bezel. I think it was caused by: I don't know. I just brought the watch

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Trying to set the alarm on a watch?

Samsung gear 2 watch, I want to set the alarm on it. I have tried: Stuck on action # 7 can't rotate any bezel

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