Deactivating the ES-Alert Civil Protection alerts is possible, although it is only recommended if you have a secondary and hidden mobile so that it does not warn twice.
How to deactivate the alerts ES-Alert of Civil Protection is the search of the moment. These alerts, which come from the Civil Protection and have made all the mobiles in the Community of Madrid emit a deafening sound, can be deactivated, although it is not recommended on the main mobile because they warn of situations dangerous as floods.
What are ES-Alerts? It is the new emergency system of the Government of Spain and whose mission is to notify citizens through a beep and vibration on their mobile devices of situations that pose a danger to their physical integrity, such as floods, fires or any type of climatic event whose magnitude can drastically affect citizens.
General notices to mobile phones in certain geographical areas. This time they have been the mobiles located in the Community of Madrid due to the risk of flooding. The alert has come in the form of sound and vibration, many users have expressed their complaints on social networks such as X, Twitter, to the point that facua has indicated that they do not violate the data protection regulations.
Alarm messages to general devices. The main concern of the users is that these messages reach specific devices, but this does not happen in this way. Wireless emergency alerts are received by the devices through the telephone masts, regardless of the operator that offers the signal to the mobile device.
How to disable ES-Alert alerts on iPhone and Android: step by step guide
Disable ES-Alert alerts on iPhone. The steps are simple, you have to go into the device settings and get to the notification settings. Within this section you will be able to see all the applications that emit notifications, at the end of this list the option to deactivate will appear that bears the name “Civil Protection Pre-Alerts” and that is activated by default.
Disable ES-Alert alerts on Android. Deactivating alerts on devices with the Google operating system is just as easy, although it may vary depending on the mobile you have. The easiest thing is to enter the settings and look for “Wireless emergency alerts”, after this a menu will appear in which you can deactivate these notifications on the device.
It is advisable to have the ES-Alert Civil Protection alerts always active. Deactivating these messages only makes sense when you have more than one mobile device and, therefore, it is not necessary to receive the same emergency notice from Civil Protection twice.