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    DS1200 alarm sound volume increases

    Hi, can I fix the alarm sound so it doesn't increase? When alarm sounds (forest day) the sound gets louder and the clock display counts upward to show the volume is increasing.
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    this cannot be fixed as mentioned in another thread which you are in also.
    try putting the alarm in the foreground/ not background and use the light bulb button on the alarm screen in the app to dim your device ... that shud be better

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    Thanks but that doesn't work. I think the app needs more work, more sophistication and Phillips can look at other similar apps to use as a starting point.
    I do appreciate you responding, thank you kwinnie :-)

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