Are you planning on getting a dedicated Baby crying detector device or a Doorbell detector? If you have a Galaxy S7 Edge, there’s really no need for those. In this post, we’ll show you how to set up sound detectors on Galaxy S7 Edge so that it becomes a Baby crying or Doorbell detector.
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How to set up sound detectors on Galaxy S7 Edge | as a Baby crying or Doorbell detector
Your Galaxy device can have practical use and not just the usual network functions you’re used to. You can actually set sound detectors on Galaxy S7 Edge, which means that you can use it as a Baby crying detector and Doorbell detector.
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Accessibility.
- Tap Hearing.
- Tap Sound detectors.
- Select what type of sound the detector you want to watch out for: Baby crying, Doorbell detector, or both.
- Read the Disclaimer when it pops up and tap CONFIRM. If you’re planning on using your device as a Baby crying detector, be sure read the warning page.
- Tap TURN ON to enable Baby crying detector.
- Tap TURN ON to enable Doorbell detector.
That’s it! We hope that this short tutorial will help you figure out how to set up sound detectors on Galaxy S7 Edge.
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