App Instructions

Step-by-step instructions for using the App
with or without an apple watch.

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Open the App and Allow Notifications 

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Allow critical alerts when asked

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Enable the microphone

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If the original setting changes were skipped, one can adjust them in the iphone settings: 
>Settings -> Koala -> Notifications menu
1. Allow Critical Alerts
2. Allow Notifications
3. Enable Sounds 
4. Enable Badges

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In the Watch app on the device make sure to mirror the alerts, under Notifications -> Koala.

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In the watch app on the iPhone, under Sounds & Haptics, enable Haptic Alerts.

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​​We recommend setting the watch setting to Do Not Disturb and theater mode by swiping the watch from bottom up and choosing those settings. This will assure that other notifications will not vibrate and the screen won't turn on when moving the watch at night. 

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  • Test the vibrations from Koala Naps settings menu located on the top right. After tapping the  Send Notification button, lock the iPhone. Make sure the Koala Nap on the watch is closed, and 5 seconds later you should receive a vibrating notification on the watch.

  • Tip: If the vibration isn’t strong enough, you can rotate the watch around your wrist to a more sensitive spot. 

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Before going to sleep tap the start button on the iPhone. 
Lock the iPhone and close Koala Nap on the apple watch.

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In the morning tap the stop button on the iPhone.

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  • ​​If a watch was being used, tap on the watch icon in the summary in order to remember that the session was used with a watch. In the future you can look back to sessions where the watch was used and compare them to sessions where the watch wasn't used.

  • A summary should pop up showing the amount of snoring throughout the night, and on the iPhone or Apple Watch snore detection notifications should appear.

For troubleshooting click here.