How to Fix “A New Station Alert has Arrived” in 2 Easy Steps

Is your smartphone randomly prompting a voice message that says “A new station alert has arrived”? Believe it or not, this is a common issue that happens to Android-powered smartphones. The annoying voice notification has a knack to start at the wrong times and if you are tired with dealing with the notification, today we will help you remove it.

The “a new station alert has arrived” voice notification is triggered by built-in apps such as the Weather, News, and Podcast stations. The notification can also be triggered by other third-party apps such as Pandora. You can choose to stop it by either stopping the notifications for the apps that sent the voice message or by uninstalling the apps that trigger the message.

Want to learn how to get rid of a new station alert has arrived message? Or are you curious to find out why your phone started triggering the voice message? Keep on reading to find out all the answers.

What Apps Trigger the “A new station has arrived” Notification?

Below you can find a list of the apps that trigger the “a new station alert has arrived” notification on Android:

  • 1Wheather;
  • Accuweather;
  • Google Feed;
  • NOAA Weawther;
  • Overdrop;
  • Podcast Addict;
  • Pandora;
  • TuneIn;
  • Downcast;
  • iHeartRadioApp;
  • Storm Shield;
  • WCAX Weather.

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How to Stop “A new station has arrived” on Android

There’s nothing more annoying than having a voice message trigger at random times. Just imagine you are trying to study in class and the phone reads out loud “A new station has arrived”. On the bright side of things, stopping the voice notification is easy. The only tricky part is to discover which app is causing the problem.

If you have any of the apps listed above installed on your smartphone, you should go to the Settings panel and disable all notifications. In case you don’t have any similar apps installed, you should try and factory reset the smartphone. Doing this will turn all settings to default and uninstall any unwanted apps that might cause issues. Here is how you can do it:

Settings – General Management – Reset – Factory Reset Data – Reset (confirm).