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‘No rude awakening’ – Civil Defence to test emergency alert system


Civil Defence is giving notice about their plans to test the new mobile emergency alert system in a couple of weeks time.

The forewarning comes after a rude awakening last month where text messages were accidently sent out in the very early hours of the morning.

This test is set to take place between 6pm and 7pm on Sunday the 26th.

Enabled phones will emit a penetrating warning sound, and show a test warning message.

Using cell broadcast technology, there’s no need to sign up or download an app, and you can’t opt out.

Civil Defence Minister Kris Faafoi warns that not everyone will get them.

“About 30 per cent of phones, or about two million phones, will be able to get them. Over time over the next three years we think that will get through to about 70 per cent.”

Faafoi asks that those who can receive the warnings, spread the word to family and neighbours – in a real emergency.

The alerts are another important warning tool, along with the radio and TV broadcasts, reminds Faafoi.

Source: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/no-rude-awakening-civil-defence-test-emergency-alert-system

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Perú contará con Sistema de Mensajería de Alerta Temprana de Emergencias


Tras la promulgación de la Ley 30472, todos los ciudadanos que tengan un celular podrán recibir avisos y orientación durante y después de un desastre natural de cualquier tipo.

La referida norma aprueba la creación, implementación, mantenimiento y puesta en operación del Sistema de Mensajería de Alerta Temprana de Emergencias (SISMATE) que dará las indicaciones sobre cómo actuar, hacia dónde dirigirse, cuáles rutas están cerradas, y dónde recibir ayuda humanitaria, según sea el caso.

En declaraciones para la agencia Andina, el viceministro de Comunicaciones del Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones, Javier Coronado Saleh, señaló que este sistema ya existe en otros países como Chile donde ha tenido éxito.

Indicó además que los mensajes no serán como los SMS para evitar el congestionamiento de las líneas sino que la idea es utilizar un sistema paralelo que tienen todas las redes públicas.

“Estos mensajes ingresarán a los celulares a manera de ventanas emergentes para lanzar la alerta, sin necesidad de que el usuario entre a algún aplicativo ni descargue nada”, explicó Coronado Saleh.

De acuerdo a la ley promulgada, el MTC tiene la función de poner en funcionamiento el sistema, mantenerlo y operarlo con financiamiento de su propio pliego presupuestal, mientras que el Indeci deberá adoptar las medidas necesarias para definir o validar el contenido de los mensajes de alerta a la población objetivo, así como también dispondrá oportunamente la difusión de los mismos.

Por su parte, las empresas operadoras de telefonía móvil deberán realizar las adecuaciones que resulten necesarias para la instalación del equipamiento (hardware y software), la instalación de las interfaces respectivas que garanticen una adecuada conectividad, funcionamiento y oportuna transmisión de los mensajes del Sismate en sus redes.

Asimismo, deberán brindar al MTC las facilidades necesarias para el acceso a sus redes, a fin de implementar el Sismate, así como para verificar la operatividad y funcionamiento de sus redes.

Otra obligación de los concesionarios será asegurar que los terminales móviles que se pongan a disposición de sus abonados posean la funcionabilidad cell broadcast u otra que el MTC determine, para el adecuado funcionamiento del Sismate.

El plazo para que el Ejecutivo elabore el reglamento de la Ley es de 45 días hábiles y, según Coronado Saleh, el sistema podría estar implementado a fines de año.

¿Y los que no tienen celular?
Para el caso de aquellos ciudadanos que no posean teléfono celular, lo que ocurre mayormente en zonas rurales y alejadas,  el viceministro de Comunicaciones dijo que la tarea de difusión de los mensajes de alerta corre a cuenta de los radiodifusores y que actualmente existen 3,000 estaciones de radiodifusión autorizadas en todo el país en las diversas frecuencias.

Anotó que su sector ha hecho un trabajo muy fino y a fines del año pasado entregó toda la base de datos detallada de los 3,000 radiodifusores, con correos electrónicos y teléfonos confirmados y otras referencias para que el Indeci contactara con ellos y estableciera la red necesaria para la difusión de los mensajes de alerta.

Cabe señalar que la norma publicada hoy en el diario oficial El Peruano contempla también sanciones para las empresas operadoras de telefonía móvil que incumplieran sus obligaciones.

Source: http://www.tvperu.gob.pe/informa/nacional/contar-con-sistema-de-mensajer-de-alerta-temprana-de-emergencias

Cell broadcast alerting on track for late 2017


Civil Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says the implementation of a new nationwide channel for sending alerts about emergencies to mobile phones is on track to be up and running by the end of the year.

Cell broadcast alerting is a new way of sending information to mobile phones in a set area without people needing to download an app or subscribe to a service.

“The alerts will appear similar to text messages. They are received automatically and for free by all cell broadcast enabled mobile phones in the area,” Mr Brownlee says.

“Discussions with New Zealand’s major telecommunications companies are progressing well and we expect to have contracts signed in the coming weeks.

“Once the cell broadcast alerting system is up and running, an alert will be sent out to mobile phones through the cell towers in the affected areas in the event of an emergency.

“As no technology is 100 per cent failsafe or equally useful in all conditions and emergencies, multiple channels will continue to be used to send alerts when emergencies happen.

“These channels include radio, television, websites, various social media, smartphone apps, sirens and others.

“A range of alerting methods were assessed before cell broadcast was chosen but this system gives the best combination of reach and reliability in New Zealand’s conditions.

“It will get information about an emergency to at-risk communities faster and more reliably than ever before. Plus, cell broadcast technology is not vulnerable to network overloading, so even when the networks get busy after a disaster, alerts can still be sent quickly.

“The system is well established elsewhere in the world in counties such as the US, Japan, Israel, Chile, the Netherlands and Taiwan.

“Countries including Canada, Peru, the UAE and the Philippines are in the process of implementing cell broadcast alerting.

“The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management and the three mobile network operators – 2degrees, Vodafone and Spark – are working together to enable cell broadcast technology in New Zealand for the first time.

“The Ministry is working alongside the Fire Service, Police, Ministry of Health and Ministry for Primary Industries to develop a system that will work for the whole of government.

“Cell broadcast alerts don’t replace the need for people to pay attention to natural warnings, which is particularly important in the case of earthquakes and potential tsunamis,” Mr Brownlee says.

Source: https://www.national.org.nz/cell_broadcast_alerting_on_track_for_late_2017

Tsunami awareness saves lives


Tsunami awareness saves lives

World Tsunami Awareness Day on Sunday 5 November is a chance for all of us to find out more about tsunami and how to prepare for them, Civil Defence Minister Kris Faafoi says.

“Today I have been visiting Seatoun School who have demonstrated use of their tsunami evacuation steps. Seatoun School recognised their tsunami risk and installed steps for their students and wider community so that everyone can evacuate to higher ground.

“All of New Zealand’s coast line is at risk of tsunami.”

“For most of us that means we live near, or visit, places that are at risk and we need to know the right action to take. For a local source tsunami, which could arrive in minutes, there won’t be time for an official warning. It is important to recognise the natural warning signs and act quickly.”

“If you are at the coast and experience any of the following:
• Feel a strong earthquake that makes it hard to stand up, or a long earthquake that lasts a minute or more
• See a sudden rise or fall in sea level
• Hear loud and unusual noises from the sea.

“Move immediately to the nearest high ground, or as far inland as you can.”

“World Tsunami Awareness Day is a chance for all New Zealanders to learn more about the tsunami risk in our regions, know how to prepare for them and update our plans to keep our families safe.”

“It’s important to stay informed if there is an emergency. Know which radio stations to listen to, which websites and social media to follow, get to know your neighbours, and check whether your phone can receive Emergency Mobile Alerts.”

“It’s great to see that a new nationwide emergency alert channel is being implemented to complement the existing channels to stay informed. A live nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system will be held on 26 November 2017 to test the system.”

Emergency Mobile Alert messages are sent using cell broadcast technology, so there is no need to sign up or download an app, and can be targeted to affected areas, so you will only get it if the emergency is in your area.

The alert messages can only be sent by the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management, Civil Defence Emergency Management Groups, NZ Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry for Primary Industries.

You can find out whether your phone can receive the alerts at www.civildefence.govt.nz. Make sure your phone is on the most up to date operating system.

In a distant or regional tsunami there may be time to send an alert.

For local source tsunami, there may not be time to send an alert so it is important to recognise the natural warnings – ‘Long or Strong, Get Gone’.

Emergency Mobile Alert is an additional channel to help keep people safe in an emergency. It does not replace other emergency alerts. If you feel your life is in danger, don’t wait for an official warning. Take immediate action.

Visit www.happens.nz to find out how to prepare for emergencies.

Source: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1711/S00047/tsunami-awareness-saves-lives.htm

Ro-Alert, sistemul pentru fenomene periculoase, transmise pe telefon în timp real


Populaţia va fi avertizată prin mesaje pe telefonul mobil, în timp real, în cazul unor unor fenomene meteo periculoase.

Prin sistemul Ro-Alert vor fi trimise automat notificări pe telefoanele mobile, dar numai dacă ele sunt confirmate de meteorologi sau hidrologi.

Sistemul Ro-alert are o serie de avantaje printre care transmiterea unor mesaje de avertizare adaptate evenimentului iminent, prin intermediul reţelelor operatorilor de telefonie mobilă; transmiterea rapidă a mesajelor către toţi utilizatorii aflaţi în arealul ameninţat, chiar în condiţii de congestie a reţelelor operatorilor de telefonie mobilă; afişarea instantanee a mesajelor pe ecranul terminalului mobil fără a fi necesară vreo intervenţie a utilizatorului; repetarea ciclică a mesajelor de alertare la intervale de timp configurabile; receptarea mesajelor de avertizare şi de către terminalele aflate în roaming; acurateţea mesajelor de avertizare, formulate doar pe baza informaţiilor furnizate de surse autorizate.

Sistemul va fi pus în aplicare de către Ministerul Afacerilor Interne prin Inspectoratul General pentru Situații de Urgență, cu suportul tehnic al Serviciului de Telecomunicații Speciale și va fi operat de către structurile operaționale cu funcționare 24/24 ale IGSU și structurilor subordonate acestuia. Ca sistem de backup, Departamentul pentru Situații de Urgență va dispune de un terminal cu aceleași funcționalități, potrivit Agerpres.

„Achiziția echipamentelor hardware, aplicațiilor software și serviciilor de instalare și punere în funcțiune aferente, necesare pentru implementarea Sistemului «RO-ALERT» va fi realizată de IGSU în regim de urgență, conform prevederilor art.104 alin 1 lit c din Legea nr. 98/2016 privind achizițiile publice, cu modificările și completările ulterioare, prin procedura de negociere fără publicare prealabilă. Realizarea achiziției în regim de urgență are scopul să preîntâmpine pierderea de vieți omenești și producerea de pagube materiale în cazul în care ar avea loc fenomene meteo periculoase”, precizează Guvernul.

Pentru realizarea achiziției, Executivul a alocat 30,4 milioane de lei din Fondul de rezervă bugetară la dispoziția Guvernului, în bugetul MAI, pentru IGSU. Diferența dintre această sumă și valoarea contractului de achiziție publică încheiat în urma procedurii de atribuire se restituie la Fondul de rezervă bugetară la dispoziția Guvernului până la sfârșitul anului.

Astfel de sisteme şi-au dovedit eficienţa în SUA, Olanda, Lituania, Franţa, Germania şi Belgia.

Source:  http://newsbv.ro/2017/10/07/alert-sistemul-fenomene-periculoase-transmise-telefon-timp-real/

Cell Broadcast New Zealand – Alert

Celltick Enables Emergency Alerts for Mobile Devices in Taiwan


Celltick’s Cell Broadcast Center (CBC) has been deployed by three mobile operators in Taiwan to deliver emergency warning alerts on 4G, 3G and 2G networks

 San Francisco, Calif., – September 19, 2017 – Celltick, a global leader in mobile discovery and engagement products, announced today that its Cell Broadcast Center (CBC) platform for mobile mass alert has been adopted and deployed by 3 out of the 5 mobile operators in Taiwan – Taiwan Mobile, Taiwan Star and APT.  Celltick’s CBC enables real-time and location-based warning messages in the event of emergencies, to Taiwan’s citizens.

Cell Broadcast (CB) technology allows for time-sensitive content on mobile devices, based on the device’s location. It provides proven capabilities to deliver CMAS emergency messages to cell phones in an affected area, regardless of the size of the area or the subscriber’s service provider. As cell broadcast is not limited by traffic loads, the system operates during disaster, when load spikes may jam the mobile networks. This capability ensures the delivery of messages to hundreds of millions of people at the time of need.

Equipped with advanced APIs for connecting to any kind of network as well as cell broadcast entities (CBE), Celltick’s technology enables federal and/or state authorities to send out urgent warnings, updates, and instructions in times of crisis, such as terror attacks, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. Messages can be sent to an entire city, county, region or state-wide even if the mobile network is jammed. The CBC also supports Active-Active fail-safe configuration to guarantee continuous functionality even in cases of equipment failure.

Cell Broadcast has been adopted worldwide as a next-generation wireless Public Warning System (PWS). Celltick’s CBC supports all advanced standards including CMAS, EMTEL, EU-Alert, and ETWS and therefore is ideal for service providers worldwide.

For Governments around the world, looking for an integrated cellular communication system, Celltick offers as a CBE its Alert Aggregator platform, to manage emergency events. The Alert Aggregator connects to all mobile operators’ CBCs in the country, and allows professional event management in a national/regional level.

“We’re seeing an increased demand, by governments worldwide, to facilitate Emergency Mass Alert systems to benefit and protect their citizens,” said Ronen Daniel, CEO of Celltick. “Taiwan is at serious risk of many categories of hazards including extreme weather, epidemics, geological disasters and warfare, hence they need to have the best-of-breed emergency notifications system. Celltick’s in-depth knowledge and experience in delivering dozens of similar projects assured a swift deployment, meeting all requirements.”

Source: https://www.celltick.com/celltick-enables-emergency-alerts-mobile-devices-taiwan/

CELLULAR BROADCAST PLATFORM


The CompuLert™ NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Platform extends the capability of American Signal Corporations’ industry leading mass notification platform and provides cellular based mass notification capabilities.  By implementing the 3GPP standards and as published by the governing organizations; the NEXGen Cell Broadcast Platform takes full advantage of the Commercial Mobile Alert System abilities. NEXGen™ Cellular Broadcast Platform leverages the mobile network service provider’s infrastructure, and the pervasive availability of end user cellular phone handsets, to deliver emergency information to targeted populations in a broadcast format.

There is no single method capable of providing 100% notification to the public in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.  American Signal Corporation recognizes that an emergency communications system that utilizes every available channel to reach the public provides the greatest opportunity to save lives during an emergency and assist during recovery efforts after.  CompuLert™ NEXGen™ is the only true multi-threat detection multi-channel mass notification system.

The CompuLert NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Platform is implemented via the CompuLert™ NEXGen™ Platform configurations and additional NEXGen™ software modules.  These software modules can be implemented independently on physical, or virtual, servers or collectively on a single physical, or virtual, server instance providing unparalleled scalability, availability, and fault tolerance.

 

CompuLet™ NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Platform components:

 

NEXGen™ Intelligent Alerting Server

  • The NEXGen™ Intelligent Alerting Server (IAS) is the mass notification systems server built to provide industry leading scalability and compatibility with diverse systems.  The NEXGen™ IAS provides an intuitive user interface for emergency personnel and managers to define target populations using polygon, and other map tools, over dynamic map sources as well as selection of predefined groups and even the ability to create dynamic groups that are not referenced geographically.  The NEXGen™ IAS also provides interfaces for communicating with numerous types of additional mass notification systems.
  • The NEXGen™ IAS has the ability to also interface with numerous threat detection devices such as flood and rain sensors, wind sensors, CAP feeds, chemical and radiation detection and more.  The NEXGen™ IAS is the only true multi-threat detection multi-channel mass notification server available.

 

NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Entity

  • The NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Entity (CBE) interfaces with the Intelligent Alerting Server to receive data about the target population and the emergency message details.  The NEXGen™ CBE provides data a message formatting for transmission to the Cell Broadcast Center.  The NEXGen™ CBE and Intelligent Alerting Server are separate software modules.  This architecture is advantageous in that it allows the NEXGen™ IAS to operate independently of the CBE should the client desire to monitor of control other systems without creating an overly complex CBE implementation.

NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Center Server Interface

  • In addition to the NEXGen™ Core, the Cell Broadcast Center Interface Server module provides an interface to the NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Entity.  The NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Center Interface Server manages transmission of the CMAS messages to the service providers over the appropriate 3GPP technical standards as indicated in the CMAS Database.  The modular architecture of the CompuLert™ NEXGen™ platform and the Cell Broadcast Center Interface Server provides scalability and simplifies the addition of new standards and technologies for the future.  As networks are upgraded and new technologies are developed and implemented, new communications modules are created and can be added to the system while the system is in operation through the OSGI/NEXGen™ management console.  The Cell Broadcast Center Interface Server receives the nightly updates from the service providers, validates the data, and updates the CMAS system database.

 

Fonte: http://www.americansignal.com/cellular-broadcast-platform/

American Signal Corporation Offers Enhanced Cell Broadcast Notification System with Integrated Threat Detection


American Signal Corporation Offers Enhanced Cell Broadcast Notification System with Integrated Threat Detection

MILWAUKEEJuly 26, 2017 — In the wake of recent, deadly flash flooding in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, American Signal Corporation (ASC) is announcing the complete integration of its NEXGen™ threat detection systems with the CompuLert™ NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Platform.

The system, which leverages cellular service provider coverage to broadcast emergency information to targeted populations, is now fully-integrated with the company’s CompuLert™ NEXGen™ Intelligent Alerting Server. Integration of these industry-leading technologies extends the NEXGen™ platform’s reach and unifies threat-detection and multi-channel mass notification into a single system.

The system interfaces with numerous threat detection devices, such as flood, rain and wind sensors, CAP feeds, chemical and radiation detectors, and more. Threats are processed in real time and disseminated to at-risk populations quickly and effectively. Notifications can encompass both indoor and outdoor alerts, including via voice and tone systems, digital message boards and signage, strobes and more. Local-area recipients can also receive smartphone alerts in the form of a general public emergency notification.

“People are asking how the fatalities in Arizona could have been avoided or what could’ve been done to prevent loss of life. The best-case scenario starts with better alerting protocols,” said Richard Roe, Executive Vice President, American Signal Corporation. “Our systems leverage numerous threat detection and mass notification tools in a fault-tolerant infrastructure, to make sure life-saving messages get to the people who need to see them. Our mission is to save lives every day. That mission helps form all of the solution we bring to market.”

The NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Platform is the integration of the CompuLert™ NEXGen™ Intelligent Alerting Server™, NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Entity and NEXGen™ Cell Broadcast Center Interface Server, implemented in compliance with 3GPP cellular network standards. This end-to-end system expedites threat detection awareness and mass notification lead times, delivering potentially life-saving information before an emergency, as well as recovery information throughout an event.

For more information about ASC’s products, visit the company’s website at http://www.americansignal.com/.

American Signal Corporation (ASC) is a leading designer and manufacturer of mass notification solutions for a wide variety of applications worldwide. The company combines advanced engineering, innovative software and state-of-the-art equipment with an extraordinary record of longevity and expertise in the field, to develop and install compliant, versatile and effective notification systems.

SOURCE American Signal Corporation

Related Links

http://www.americansignal.com

Fonte: http://press-releases.media/american-signal-corporation-offers-enhanced-cell-broadcast-notification-system-with-integrated-threat-detection/

Activating your mobile phone’s emergency alerts feature


Now you can get free emergency alerts on your mobile phone when you’re within a disaster or emergency zone. Here’s how to enable this feature:

A. To activate for Android phones

  1. Open your Messages app, tap Settings.
  2. Look for Emergency AlertsCell Broadcast or Wireless Alerts options. Tap or slide the switch to turn it on.

Note: For some versions, you may go to SettingsMore, then Emergency Broadcasts. If you are asked to add specific ID, define or input Channel 728.

B. To activate for iOS

  1. Go to Settings, then Notifications.
  2. Scroll down to find AMBER Alerts, Emergency Alerts, and Test Message. Tap or slide to activate.

Note: For iOS, you would need to update to its latest version (iOS 10.2 and up, carrier version SMART 27.1).

How is this all possible?

Smart Communications has invested in cell broadcast technology which allows Smart’s users within a specified location to receive timely and accurate warnings from authorized government sources in times of calamities or threats. During emergencies or calamities, mobile users should receive an emergency alert – a very loud siren-like sound will go off with a corresponding message about the emergency flashed onscreen.

Smart Communications has made it possible for agencies like Philippine Institute of Volcanic and Seismology (PHILVOLCS), the Natural Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), as well as the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) to send free warning alerts straight to Smart users’ mobile phones in accordance to RA No 10649 of 2014 aka the Free Mobile Disaster Alerts Act.

Watch this video to learn more:

Emergency Cell Broadcast Activation Instructions for Specific Devices:

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
1. Go to Messages
2. Select More
3. Select Settings
4. Select More settings
5. Select Cell broadcast
6. Click On to activate

MyPhone My21
1. Go to Messages
2. Click Options
3. Select Cell Broadcasts
4. Click on Options
5. Select Settings
6. Select SIM 1
7. Check the Cell Broadcast SMS enabled

Alcatel OT 4032-E Pop C2
1. Go to Messages
2. Click on Options
3. Select Settings
4. Select General
5.Click on Cell Broadcast
6. Select Cell Broadcast (Enable cell broadcast)

O+ 360 Alpha
1. Click on Messages
2. Press on Options
3. Select Settings
4. Select General
5. Click on Cell broadcast
6. Select on cell broadcast (Enable cell broadcast)

Samsung GT-S3850
1. Select Messages
2. Press on Options
3. Select Settings
4. Click Broadcast messages
5. Press Activation

SAMSUNG GT-E1272
1. Click on Menu
2. Select Messages
3. Press Broadcast Messages
4. Select Settings
5. Press On in Activation

Moto G4 Plus
1. Go to Settings, then under Wireless and Networks, tap on More
2. Go to Emergency Broadcasts
3. Make sure the following items are ticked on the settings. Also, you may configure the notification settings
when you receive a cell broadcast.

Oppo F3
1. Go to Settings
2. Select Messages
3. Click Advanced
4. Go to Cell Broadcast
5. Disclaimer appears. Click on “Agree”
6. Press Settings
7. Click on Cell Information Activation

Huawei Mate 8
1. Select Messages
2. Press More
3. Select Cell Broadcasts
4. Click Menu
5. Go to Settings

LG G6
1. Select Services
2. Click Cell Broadcast
3. Click on Options
4. Press Settings
5. Click Cell Broadcast service to enable

Acer Z530
1. Select Messages
2. Click on Options
3. Select Settings
4. Click on General
5. Select Cell broadcast
6. Check Enable cell broadcast

Samsung J3 2016
1. Select Messages
2. Click More
3. Select Settings
4. Select More Settings
5. Click Cell broadcast
6. Click On

Samsung Galaxy S8
1. Go to Messages.
2. Tap the 3 dots on the rightmost part
of the Search bar.
3. Tap Settings > More settings > Broadcast channels.
4. Enable or switch On Cell Broadcast.
5. Tap “Select channels” then select “All channels”

Samsung Galaxy S7
1. Go to Messages.
2. Tap the 3 dots on the rightmost part
of the Search bar.
3. Tap Settings > More settings > Cell broadcast
4. Enable or switch On Cell Broadcast.
5. Tap “Select channels” then select “All channels”

Starmobile PLAY Click
1. Go to Messages.
2. Tap More button (3 dots on the upper right).
3. Tap Cell broadcasts then tap the 3 dots on the upper right.
4. Tap Settings then tap CARD1.
5. Tick “Enable Cell Broadcast SMS”

Starmobile Diamond X1
1. Go to Messaging.
2. Tap Options > Settings > Cell broadcast
3. Tick “Cell broadcast” to enable cell broadcast

HUAWEI Y7
1. Go to Messaging > Cell broadcasts
2. Tap More button (3 dots on the upper right then tap Settings).

O+ Crunch
1. Go to Messaging.
2. Tap More button (3 dots on the upper right).
3. Tap Cell broadcasts then tap More button (3 dots on the upper right).
4. Tap Settings then tap the SIM Card inserted.
5. Tick “Enable Cell Broadcast SMS”

LENOVO A1000
1. Go to Message.
2. Tap More button (3 dots on the upper right).
3. Tap Cell broadcasts then tap More button (3 dots on the upper right).
4. Tap Settings then tap the SIM Card inserted.
5. Tick “Enable Cell Broadcast SMS”

 

Fonte: https://help.smart.com.ph/article/activating-your-mobile-phone-s-emergency-alerts-feature

Fonte: https://twitter.com/kennetuv/status/882865209785724928

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