Sorry to necro this thread but is there any news on this? For people who have various tasks but not at the same time every day its a bit of an issue. Right now I have to have an alarm app open, which is a bit of a pain.
I can't imagine an alarm takes up much space or resources.
I am encountering the same problem. It has been like this for years.
I have so many alarms that I need for different purposes at different times, for different projects, sometimes with pre-set intervals.
And this is the only one "Hey, Google" will let me set.
Google clock allows unlimited alarms.
So why not this one? Why a limit of 50 alarms?
The restriction is ridiculous, serves no purpose and makes no sense.
Please, please get it fixed. It is literally as easy as changing a single number in the coding.
Okay first off I just switched to the new Note from an iPhone and I never had this issue with my old phone. I'm a college student and take naps in between some classes and always have to use multiple alarm apps. Just unnecessary. And frustrates me the most about this phone honestly.
I have no idea either.
50 alarms are nothing when you set a different one at least once every few days.
Alarms like timers, memos, weather etc... are one of those things we should not talk about anymore, they should work perfectly on point and it should always be possible to have an unlimited resource of them.