When motion is detected on one of my 6 cameras the push notification sends me 6 ding sounds vice 1 like it use too. Anyone know why?
I believe a few versions of the app back arlo android app would only show a single notification for any number of events that occured. Now it shows a separate notification for every event (and also there is a bug when it shows *multiple* noptifications for each). Result is that, if there was a period of high activity (someone moving in front of a camera for some period of time) I get DOZENS of notifications that flood notification bar. It is annoying and not useful. Please get this fixed!
With the latest update, it seems I am now getting 4 audible tones for each camera notification. This just started with the update on the 20th where it also introduced this Smart Arlo feature... I have turned off notification sounds in the main notification section of my S9+ as the app notification section doesn't work. I only have the notification set to vibrate now. Very annoying, thought I was losing my mind with all the audible alerts
Try this: Force stop the app. Clear cache. Clear data. Go to Cloud and Accounts.>Back up and restore>Switch off Automatic Restore under Google account. Uninstall app (from phone not Play Store). Reinstall. Switch back the Automatic Restore if you want.
One other thing: For a just-to-make-sure, I have a Samsung, so on the Back Up and Restore page, I go back between uninstall and reinstall by backing up and restroing my data on the Samsung Clound with the app gone. Then when I relaod the app from the Play Store I know it is clean and there are no overwrites.
I'm recieving multiple push notifications again after the last update. What is the correct way to fix this issue? I fixed it before. But I'm missing something this time. A step by step guide would be nice. I'm up to 5 notifications per event. It is very annoying. I have a Galaxy Samsung S8. I notice there are multiple answers. And everytime I do the steps wrong it adds another notification.
Any help would be appreciated.