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Kenickie
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No alarms and no surprises please

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I restarted my phone and an alarm notification has appeared in the top menu bit. I can't see where it's come from to be deleted. I've checked my system clock and there's definitely no alarms there, and I can't see anywhere else it could be coming from.

Another restart hasn't got rid.

Any ideas?
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Have you got any reminders set or 3rd party apps that have reminders?
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No, I've been through everything and can't see where it might be coming from. So strange. I mean, at least it's not a terrible time but it's annoying me being there.
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Anything on your Google calendar if you have one like a hair appointment or nails ?

When I book my exercise class through my Gmail I get reminders
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Nothing on my calendar for tomorrow.
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Has your stopwatch started by mistake?
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Thanks for all your suggestions. In the end, I restarted a couple more times, then turned it off completely and left it off over night, and this morning the alarm is gone! :disco:
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That’s good Ken, I find this stuff so infuriating.

On my phone the BA app is cluttered up with cancelled flight bookings that I can’t get rid of, so I can’t tell at a glance which flights I’m actually on. It’s so confusing.

And for months I had non-existent unread FB messages that have now magically cleared of their own accord.

So annoying!
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Oh I've had the unread FB messages too. I hate this stuff!
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Ken, was it your default 'bedtime' setting?
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I don't think so as bedtime is set for 11pm. It's extra strange as I only ever set alarms on my watch rather than my phone so I'm not sure I've ever used the alarm app.
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