Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Repeat Message Alert

One of the best way to notify you that you receive an incoming message is by setting a message tone. Fortunately, in Samsung Galaxy SIII you can change message tone to the one you like with ease. To enable you to change message tone in this phone, then first you must enabling notifications option in Messaging app settings page.

See also: How to Change Message Tone on Samsung Galaxy S3

Another things you can do in this page which is associated with message tone is adjusting text message alert repetition. Here you can set it to ring just once or more than once.


How to adjust message alert repetition?
Kindly follow the steps listed below to do so:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Messaging.
  3. Tap the Menu key.
  4. On pop up menu select Settings.
  5. Scroll to Notification settings section then tap Message alert repetition.
  6. Here you can see three options available on pop up menu. They are:
    • Once: Choose this option if you want your phone ring the tone just once when receiving an incoming messages.
    • Every 2 minutes: Choose this option if you want your phone ring the tone every 2 minutes until you open the message.
    • every 10 minutes: Choose this option if you want your phone ring the tone every 10 minutes until you open the message.
  7. Tap the required message alert repetition option you wish to use. When the dot indicator next to the option shows green means the option is selected.
  8. Tap Home button to return to the standby mode.

By adjusting message alert repetition just once or more than once, now your phone will notify you when receiving new message and repeating the tone according to the settings you've just done. So, what's the option you use on your phone?

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