No matter which smartphone you purchase, it always comes with an app that lets you set alarms. While the default alarm settings are good enough for users most of the times, there are situations where-in you may want to tweak some key settings.

In this article, we will discuss how you can change snooze and silence time for alarms on Android Marshmallow. Please note that all instructions mentioned in this tutorial have been tested on a Google Nexus 5 running Marshmallow version 6.0.1.

Change snooze and silence time for alarms in Marshmallow

For this, the first step is to launch the Clock app on your device:

clock-app-icon

Then, tap the overflow menu, and select the Settings option.

clock-overflow-menu

clock-overflow-settings

In the window that opens, scroll down to the Alarms section.

clock-settings-alarm-section

As you can see, the two options 'Silence after' and 'Snooze length' will let us do what we want. By default, both are set at 10 minutes, but you can tap the options and select any other available value.

For example, here are the values available for 'Snooze length' option:

clock-snooze-length-values

How to change alarm snooze and silence time in Android

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