Unlock your device and access the app drawer from the dock on the bottom of your home screen (the app drawer has an icon usually made up of small squares).
In the app drawer, look for ‘Clock’, which is a pre-installed app on all Android phones. Tap the icon to proceed.
In the Clock app, there should be a tab titled ‘Alarm’ tap that tab. The next dialogue will present you with the option of creating a new alarm. Press the plus symbol, or the create alarm button.
On the create alarm screen you can choose the time you want to set by either tapping the arrows or taping the number. Taping the number will slide out your on-screen keyboard, using which you can enter digits for time.
After entering the time, you can tap the AM/PM button to set it accordingly. The screen will also give you the option to select days (S, M, T, W, T, F, S) you want the alarm to repeat.
You can also tap the ‘Alarm type’ option to choose between Melody (ringing), Vibration or both.
After you have set the alarm according to your preferences, tap the ‘Save’ option to save the settings.
Now you should see an alarm icon in the status bar, which means the alarm has been set successfully.
The alarm tab in the Clock app will also list the alarm you just set. You can long press a listed alarm (keep your finger on the object till the interface changes) and choose to either delete or edit it.