With the Android earthquake warning system, Google can give an early warning of earthquakes. Here’s what you need to do to turn on an earthquake warning system on phones:
Technology giant Google has a free circuit warning system that detects worldwide earthquakes and sends notifications to users. Using accelerometers on more than 3 billion Android phones around the world, the system detects tremors of 4.5 and above a few seconds early and warns users in the region. So how to turn on Google’s life-saving earthquake early warning system?
Android Earthquake Warning System Opening
Google’s Android earthquake warning system can be opened in 4 steps. Here’s how it’s done:
- Go into your phone’s settings app.
- Click on location settings.
- Click on the earthquake warnings button on the page that opens.
- Activate the earthquake early warning system from the earthquake warnings page.