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- The Google Clock app still did not trigger the alert as expected.
- It was updated on Wednesday. If Spotify integration is interrupted, it now defaults to the system sound.
- It seems to have to wait for a complete repair.
Despite the update on Wednesday, Google’s Android official clock application may still fail to trigger the alarm as expected, which is a risky choice for those who want to use it to wake up.
According to reviews from the Play Store, the 6.4.1 update improves the app because if the Spotify integration fails, it usually defaults to the native Android tone. Android policeHowever, some users still complain about missing alarms. If they are using version 6.4.1, it means that Google has not fully patched the problem.
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The failure seems to have started with an earlier application update. This triggered a series of criticisms, and finally published a post on Reddit, in which Google stated that it had determined the cause and was preparing to fix it. During this period, it is recommended to use system sounds as alarms.
Of course, many people prefer to wake up in their own music, and Spotify hooks usually make this convenient. Until Google finds a permanent solution, it may be safer to use third-party applications.