How To Enable Baby Crying Detector On Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

One of the most popular smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge comes with a wide range of useful features, including accessibility features. The feature we are going to talk about here is “baby crying detector”. When this option is enabled, each time the device detects baby that is crying it will notify the user with light and vibration. You should keep in mind that this option is not a baby monitor replacement. It is designed to help the users with hearing problems to know when their baby is crying. Let’s see how to enable baby crying detector on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

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How to enable baby crying detector on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge



When activating this feature you will see the warning notice that points out this feature is designed to be used as the parenting aid and it is not a substitute for human care-giving. Other two important things.

#1 “This function works best when your phone is placed within 1m from the baby and with no background noise”

#2 “Do not leave your baby in a home or a place unattended while using this function. The baby should not be left in a house or building alone, even if you are monitoring your baby.”


Activate baby crying detector on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

To enable this feature, follow the steps below:

  • From the Home screen navigate to Settings
  • Scroll down and tap Accessibility (located under Personal section)
  • Click on Hearing
  • Next, click on Sound detectors
  • To enable “Baby crying detector” just move the switch next to its name
  • The warning notice will appear, tap Confirm
  • A new window with additional information about the feature will pop up, tap Enable.

The baby crying detector is now activated.


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