Many people on the forums have claimed that the voice alert is caused by a virus or malware, but we found no evidence of this.
Instead, "A New Station Alert Has Arrived" appears to be a voice alert used by Weather, News station, and Podcast apps.
Some claim that the male voice alert is the result of a third-party app bug, but we believe this is false.
There isn't much clarity about the issue, and some of the apps that are causing the voice alert have a good reputation, so there's nothing to worry about, and keep reading to find out what to do about the alert.
Other third-party apps, such as Pandora, can also trigger the notification. You can stop it by either disabling notifications for the apps that sent the voice message or uninstalling the apps that triggered the message.
Leaving the imagination aside, it's simple to stop it, but you still need to figure out what's causing those random voice popups at random intervals of time. This article will teach you everything there is to know about 'A New Station Alert Has Arrived.'
Which apps will cause the "new station has arrived" notification to appear?
Here's a list of apps that will trigger the "new station has arrived" notification that has been reported by users. The following are the applications:
- Weather apps.
- Google Feed
- Podcast Addict
- Storm Shield
The voice alert is mostly triggered by built-in or third-party apps. One of the simplest ways to avoid receiving voice notifications is to block the notification from the specific app or simply uninstall the application that is causing the trigger message.
How Do I Disable the "A New Station Alert Has Arrived" Notification?
If you have any of the above-mentioned apps installed on your smartphone, go to the Settings panel and turn off all notifications.
If you don't have any similar apps installed, you should try factory resetting the phone. This will reset all settings and uninstall any unwanted apps that may be causing problems.
First, you must identify the app that is causing the issue. Examine our app list to see if you have any of them installed. If not, you must identify the apps that are causing this notification to appear.
Once you've identified the apps, you must disable app notifications for each one. To turn off App notifications on your device, follow the steps below.
Remove the app that is causing the problem.
After you've identified the app that's causing the annoying voice notification issue, you must uninstall it from your device, and hopefully, the station alert notification will go away. This method can also be used to remove other unwanted third-party apps.
Uninstalling an App on an Android Device
- Navigate to Settings and select Apps.
- Select the app to be uninstalled.
- Select the Uninstall option.
Step 4 – A confirmation pop-up will appear asking if you want to uninstall the app. To confirm the uninstallation, click OK.
Disable App Notifications on Android.
Navigate to Settings and select Apps.
- Select the app that is causing the issue, then select Notifications.
- Select "Turn off all notifications."
- A popup will appear stating, "If you disable App Notifications, you may miss important alerts and updates." Simply press the OK button.
If you're using the Pandora App, go to Settings > Apps > Pandora > Notifications > News & Alerts to disable this alert. Turn off News & Alerts by tapping on it.
Turn off iPhone app notifications.
- Navigate to Settings and then to Notifications.
- When you tap on a specific app, you'll notice that the "Allow Notifications" option is enabled.
- Turn off the "Allow Notifications" option by tapping the Green slider button next to it.
If turning off the App Notifications option globally does not work, you must disable these notifications from within the app. If you have the TuneIn Radio app installed, you can disable this alert by going to Settings (gear icon) > Notifications > Disable. Toggle Notifications off.
If turning off app notifications did not solve the problem, don't worry because I have mentioned some other guides that can assist you with this issue.
Installing third-party Weather, Weather Station, Radio, and Podcast apps causes the "A New Station Alert Has Arrived" voice notification issue. This problem is not caused by viruses or malware.
If the first two methods don't work, you can try turning off app notifications, uninstalling the offending third-party apps, or factory resetting your device.
How do I activate the train's wake-up call?
The service, a collaboration between the IRCTC and Bharat BPO, is accessible via voice call at Railways enquiry number 139. "The user must enter the required data such as PNR number, station name, and STD code of station while dialing 139 to receive the wake-up alarm," a senior Railway Ministry official explained.