Sound recognition - Sleep as Android

Listens to sounds you make during sleep tracking and categorizes them.

When any of the sounds below is recognized during sleep tracking, a corresponding tag is added to the recording, and the event is created in the sleep record.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

It seems I can’t send the recording of fixed tags. The pop up that comes out when I click “share” shows all the apps on my phone, not the email app.
Which email should I send it to?

Hello, what email clients are present on your phone?
You can send the files either to our support email (, or to the “sound recognition” email (

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Alright, I’ll save those addresses.
Just the sound fine is enough or some other info is required?

Ideally, note the change you made (for example removed: talk, added: snore). This will help us use the sound file for improving the recognition.
Thank you!

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Hey Team. Any chance we could get a dog barking model? We are fur parents and I usually find I have to listen to see if our fur babies woke me.

A paw print :paw_prints: would allow me to skip this all together.

When I try to share the sound file, I get a return email saying the message is too big. How do I fix this?

Hi there,

Are you able to provide some more clarification regarding the sensitivity settings? Take a cough for example:

Does disabled mean that it will hear what it thinks is a cough and then exclude it from being recorded? Or that the sound will still be recorded but just not recognised/classified as a cough?

Does low sensitivity mean that a particular sound is heard and is recorded, but that

a) There is a lower threshold for it to be recognised and categorised as a cough - eg a very soft/quiet sound that might possibly resemble a cough will be recognised and classified as a cough?

and/or that

b) Any sound (no matter how loud or soft) that might possibly resemble a cough will be categorised as such?

and/or that

c) The sound has to meet a higher recognition threshold (eg medium or high sensitivity) before it can be classified as a cough?

and/or that

d ) The sound has to be louder in order for it to be classified as a cough?

Or is the opposite true and that a-d applies to high sensitivity? Also I assume that medium is halfway between high and low?