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Configuring the Cox Homelife Sound Settings

Last Updated: Tue, 25 Aug 2015 > Related Articles

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Summary

Learn how to set the tones on your Cox Homelife Touchscreen.

Solution

Follow these steps to set the tones that are heard when a door or window is opened or closed.

1

On the touchscreen home screen, tap Settings.

2

Enter the Master Code to proceed to the Settings menu.

3

From the Settings menu, tap TouchScreen.
 


 

4

From the TouchScreen menu, tap Sound Configuration.
 


 

5

From the Sound Configuration menu, tap Hometone Configuration.
 



Result: A window will display allowing you to set the tones for each zone in your system.
 

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Note: The zones displayed will vary based on your system setup.

  1. To set the tone made for a zone when it is opened, tap the field next to the red icon for that zone.



    Result: The Select Zone Fault Tone window is displayed.



  2. Scroll through the list to see the tones available. Tap to select a tone from the list provided.
  3. To set the tone made for a zone when it is closed, tap the field next to the green icon for that zone.



    Result: The Select Zone Fault Tone window is displayed. See image above.

  4. Scroll through the list to see the tones available. Tap to select a tone from the list provided.

To have a zone never make a sound, tap Silence for that zone. You may also select None on the Select Zone Fault Tone window.


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