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Picked up my phone during the monsoon dropping over 3 inches of rain in the hour. We had several inches the days before and it rained all last week at well. So they issued a flash flood warning. I remembered reading about these alerts and thought the idea was excellent. From I remember the alert is based on which tower your phone is on and not your phone number.

 

Here's a pic.... Cool stuff.

 

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Anybody else have some real alerts to share that they received?

 

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We are in monsoon season in New Mexico. I've received three or four severe thunderstorm alerts so far this season. I also got one yesterday in South Dakota while roaming. Its kind of creepy to know they know where I am.

 

I always knew that they knew, but it was still kind of creepy all the same.

 

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Actually' date=' "they" come to me. Then, using my power of geographic deduction, I tell "them" where you are.

 

;)

 

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*nervous laughter*

 

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And by "they/them' date='" I mean primarily Chattanooga Donna and Yuma Ryan.

 

:P

 

AJ[/quote']

 

I tried to throw them off my trail. I told them I was vacationing in a cute little house on the south side of the KU Campus in Lawrence. ;)

 

If you see any red dots appear on your wall in your house, duck!!!

 

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"Dust Storm Warning in this area til 6:00 PM MST. Avoid travel. Check local media. -NSW"

Expired: 6:00PM

Recieved: 4:51PM

 

 

Just got my first Severe Alert on my new EVO LTE a few moments ago.

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Anybody else have some real alerts to share that they received?

 

Here's one I got. It startled me with a sound like we hear for alerts on radio or TV. But it was coming from my pocket!

 

 

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I got a flash flood warning this past week. I was at home and I received two flash flood watchs based on the S.A.M.E. codes I entered. I live near the end of Travis County and beginning of Williamson County, so I got both of them on the radio. My phone only got the one for Travis County, based on the cell tower I am connected. Also, FYI it still works if you are connected using WiFi. They test it the third Wednesday of evey month at 12 PM Eastern (1 Central). I have received two test. For more information about it you can vist http://www.ctia.org/...x.cfm/AID/12082 or http://www.fema.gov/...cord.do?id=5927

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This is all news to me, and I have never received an alert. Who is sending these out -- the carrier? Does someone opt in to the service?

 

You can turn them off in your messaging settings on the phone. All except the presidential one.

 

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This is all news to me, and I have never received an alert. Who is sending these out -- the carrier? Does someone opt in to the service?

 

http://www.technolog.msnbc.msn.com/technology/technolog/sprint-first-carrier-offer-wireless-emergency-alerts-119034

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I received alerts last weekend driving through Virginia on the way to OBX. I have the sound turned off though. I was afraid I would hear the emergency alert sound in a meeting or something, so I turned the sound off shortly after I received the phone. Does the volume of the emergency alert change with the ringtone setting? or is it all or nothing, on or off? If I set the phone to vibrate only what does that do to the emergency alerts if you have the sound on?

 

 

BTW: I have the EVO 4G LTE

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