1. Faloogs's Avatar
    Hi all, having a strange issue; the alarm clock icon will not disappear from the status bar... I was testing out one or two other alarm apps as well as the stock alarm app for Verizon s4. I've uninstalled both of those alarm apps as well as force stopped the stock app and restarted the phone 2 or 3 times and it still won't go away. I've also used the master cleaner app to get rid of all residual cache files.. Any other ideas?

    Posted via Android Central App on my awesome Samsung Galaxy s4
    01-07-2014 02:13 PM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Are you sure you don't have any alarms set up? Force Closing the app, I believe, does not clear alarms set (for obvious reasons), and restarting the phone, obviously, doesn't clear them either. It could be an alarm set by Google Now or an event in your calendar.
    01-07-2014 03:08 PM
  3. Faloogs's Avatar
    Thank you I will check that out

    Posted via Android Central App on my awesome Samsung Galaxy s4
    01-07-2014 03:12 PM
  4. Faloogs's Avatar
    No alarms set in either Google now or the calendar..

    Posted via Android Central App on my awesome Samsung Galaxy s4
    01-07-2014 03:18 PM
  5. Faloogs's Avatar
    Thanks, figured it out. It was an alarm set when I was messing around. I initially couldn't find the widget but once I did.. There it was.

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    01-07-2014 03:22 PM
  6. SpookDroid's Avatar
    No leftover alarms set in the Clock app? It's so strange...
    01-08-2014 10:01 AM
  7. DanForsley's Avatar
    I have this same problem. The original poster says he found the widget that caused it but doesn't tell us which widget it was. Please tell me.
    03-19-2014 12:49 PM
  8. DanForsley's Avatar
    Thanks to you Faloogs I started searching around my apps content and after going through every damn one of them I finally found that I had toggled on an "alarm" in Pandora! How and why I'll never know. But I finally got that alarm icon to disappear from my status bar. Thanks to you!
    Dan
    03-19-2014 01:16 PM
  9. peteygrizz's Avatar
    Thanks to you Faloogs I started searching around my apps content and after going through every damn one of them I finally found that I had toggled on an "alarm" in Pandora! How and why I'll never know. But I finally got that alarm icon to disappear from my status bar. Thanks to you!
    Dan
    Old thread is old, but this actually helped me solve the same annoying problem. The alarm icon would randomly flash on and off and sometimes be there for days and then disappear. Turns out it was Pandora, which I rarely use anymore so I uninstalled; problem solved.
    04-07-2014 07:37 PM
  10. ThePoppie225's Avatar
    Old thread is old, but this actually helped me solve the same annoying problem. The alarm icon would randomly flash on and off and sometimes be there for days and then disappear. Turns out it was Pandora, which I rarely use anymore so I uninstalled; problem solved.
    This helped me solve the same problem. I Uninstalled Pandora, and the alarm icon disappeared. Thanks for keeping old threads available for review. Update: The icon reappeared after reinstalling Pandora.
    05-05-2016 11:29 PM
  11. Topdog2222's Avatar
    I have the same problem but I dot have that Pandora on my phone. This is getting annoying can anyone els figure this out.
    05-17-2016 06:49 PM
  12. AzeliaT's Avatar
    I have the same problem but I dot have that Pandora on my phone. This is getting annoying can anyone els figure this out.
    I had the same problem and I don't have Pandora either. I got mine to go away by removing the clock off of one of my home screens. I hope this works for you too
    06-04-2016 04:29 PM
  13. Kevin Rietveld's Avatar
    Hi all, having a strange issue; the alarm clock icon will not disappear from the status bar... I was testing out one or two other alarm apps as well as the stock alarm app for Verizon s4. I've uninstalled both of those alarm apps as well as force stopped the stock app and restarted the phone 2 or 3 times and it still won't go away. I've also used the master cleaner app to get rid of all residual cache files.. Any other ideas?

    Posted via Android Central App on my awesome Samsung Galaxy s4
    If you have recordings scheduled in Tune in radio ai noticed the clock will apear.
    06-18-2016 11:03 AM
  14. thecarp1975's Avatar
    If you have recordings scheduled in Tune in radio ai noticed the clock will apear.
    Same goes for the sleep timer on TuneIn.
    08-15-2016 06:06 AM
  15. Schnitzelman's Avatar
    Hi All, I think I may have a solution (at least it worked for me, am on S7 Edge though, and this has been bugging me for ages).
    - I had the standard 'Alarm' widget on my homescreen. When I would click in to edit it, it would only show me one alarm. When I turned that alarm off, the Alarm icon was still showing in the task bar. And even worse, randomly the alarm would go off at 6am some mornings. I checked all possible programs and stopped pretty much every service imaginable in Developer Mode. To no avail.

    However, this did work for me:
    - I turned off my alarm in the existing widget on my home screen.
    - I created a new, second, Alarm widget somewhere else on my home screens. By default it did not have any alarm on (but the task bar icon still was showing at the top that alarm was set).
    - I opened the new alarm, and presto magic, it showed me that I have two alarms available to edit. The one 'real' alarm that I wanted (but is turned off), and the hidden/annoying one with no name which is randomly set for 6am.
    - Simply clicked the X to delete the 6am one, and the icon in the task bar disappeared.
    - Deleted the second Alarm Widget from my home screen... and life is back to normal!

    I would consider this a bit of a bug since the original Alarm widget is not showing all the alarm options, but by adding a new/second widget, it seems to load all the alarms and display properly, allowing you to kill the unwanted alarms.

    Hope that works for someone else out there.
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    08-15-2016 09:42 PM
  16. Tungetango's Avatar
    Hi All, I think I may have a solution (at least it worked for me, am on S7 Edge though, and this has been bugging me for ages).
    - I had the standard 'Alarm' widget on my homescreen. When I would click in to edit it, it would only show me one alarm. When I turned that alarm off, the Alarm icon was still showing in the task bar. And even worse, randomly the alarm would go off at 6am some mornings. I checked all possible programs and stopped pretty much every service imaginable in Developer Mode. To no avail.

    However, this did work for me:
    - I turned off my alarm in the existing widget on my home screen.
    - I created a new, second, Alarm widget somewhere else on my home screens. By default it did not have any alarm on (but the task bar icon still was showing at the top that alarm was set).
    - I opened the new alarm, and presto magic, it showed me that I have two alarms available to edit. The one 'real' alarm that I wanted (but is turned off), and the hidden/annoying one with no name which is randomly set for 6am.
    - Simply clicked the X to delete the 6am one, and the icon in the task bar disappeared.
    - Deleted the second Alarm Widget from my home screen... and life is back to normal!

    I would consider this a bit of a bug since the original Alarm widget is not showing all the alarm options, but by adding a new/second widget, it seems to load all the alarms and display properly, allowing you to kill the unwanted alarms.

    Hope that works for someone else out there.
    Thank you!! Finally I got rid of the 5.57am alarm. Truly a strange bug.
    Cheers!
    08-16-2016 05:26 AM
  17. GeekNews's Avatar
    This one has bugged me to no avail. I tried everything and could not get it to go away. Ended up being a left over alarm in my Linquet app. Finally, narrowed it down to that, as it was the last app I added before the icon showed up. Even though I disabled all alerts and the smart home controls it still shows the alarm. Wish Android had a better way of showing you which app was using the alarm cause man that was getting annoying!
    08-16-2016 05:08 PM
  18. Robbi Sello's Avatar
    Thanks Schnitzelman! I also got rid of the 5.57am alarm. Following your steps.
    08-28-2016 07:18 PM
  19. fatfei's Avatar
    If you have recordings scheduled in Tune in radio ai noticed the clock will apear.

    Thanks for the tune in radio tip. I've been trying to get rid of that annoying clock for months now I have.
    08-29-2016 05:01 AM
  20. Jackieblue87's Avatar
    Hi All, I think I may have a solution (at least it worked for me, am on S7 Edge though, and this has been bugging me for ages).
    - I had the standard 'Alarm' widget on my homescreen. When I would click in to edit it, it would only show me one alarm. When I turned that alarm off, the Alarm icon was still showing in the task bar. And even worse, randomly the alarm would go off at 6am some mornings. I checked all possible programs and stopped pretty much every service imaginable in Developer Mode. To no avail.

    However, this did work for me:
    - I turned off my alarm in the existing widget on my home screen.
    - I created a new, second, Alarm widget somewhere else on my home screens. By default it did not have any alarm on (but the task bar icon still was showing at the top that alarm was set).
    - I opened the new alarm, and presto magic, it showed me that I have two alarms available to edit. The one 'real' alarm that I wanted (but is turned off), and the hidden/annoying one with no name which is randomly set for 6am.
    - Simply clicked the X to delete the 6am one, and the icon in the task bar disappeared.
    - Deleted the second Alarm Widget from my home screen... and life is back to normal!

    I would consider this a bit of a bug since the original Alarm widget is not showing all the alarm options, but by adding a new/second widget, it seems to load all the alarms and display properly, allowing you to kill the unwanted alarms.

    Hope that works for someone else out there.
    I tried that. I still have the icon. I'm at a loss as to what this alarm could be. I check Pandora. The alarm isn't on. I even tried uninstalling. It was still there. Cleared cache on all apps. Still there. I guess I'll have to wait and see if an alarm actually goes off.
    10-20-2016 01:16 PM
  21. AD3D's Avatar
    Had the same problem with the icon in the top.
    Opening the widget (alarm) and tried to enable the alarm was not possible.
    I want no alarm but by pushing on save the alarm the widget set automatically the alarm back on.
    But...
    What worked for me is the next thing.
    Set an alarm (it's now 14:00 so alarm set on 14:01) and wait a minute.
    When the alarm pops up, I was able to enable the alarm and the icon was gone.
    Weird but it worked.
    10-24-2016 07:29 AM
  22. rahmado's Avatar
    Hi All,

    I'm using A5 and the way I got around this is:

    1. Check which apps has been updated recently
    - go to Google Playstore
    - check in MyApps and Games
    2. Open the suspected apps and go to settings. Untick "alarm notification" box

    This should help. Have a good day!
    06-05-2017 07:25 PM
  23. sethron's Avatar
    So, there was a widget that somehow set an alarm (Gadgetbridge). To remove the notification, I went to time settings, unchecked network time, set the time manually to the future after the alarm, then enabled network time. Notifications are gone from status bar and lock screen.
    09-16-2017 04:42 PM

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