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jucca_vtr
15-01-2005, 10:46 AM
Hi all,

Is it me that can't find, or there is no option for adjusting alarm for each day in week, as that option almost have every phone even entry cheap models?

Fidelko
15-01-2005, 11:01 AM
Hi all,

Is it me that can't find, or there is no option for adjusting alarm for each day in week, as that option almost have every phone even entry cheap models?

as i know,there is no repeared alarm.... :D but never mind,because i dont need something like this,i can wake up when i have to /i have never used an alarm clock in my life/ :D

jucca_vtr
15-01-2005, 11:11 AM
S*it, can't beleive that phone that cost almost 500 don't have that option. Very bad, as I need different alarms during a week and no alarm in saturday and sunday :)

Fidelko
15-01-2005, 11:25 AM
S*it, can't beleive that phone that cost almost 500€ don't have that option. Very bad, as I need different alarms during a week and no alarm in saturday and sunday :)

ehm,i payed for this device 625Euro :D

jucca_vtr
15-01-2005, 11:28 AM
Here on black market you can find it for 360 (as mine). In shops for 700 :)

Fidelko
15-01-2005, 11:37 AM
Here on black market you can find it for 360€ (as mine). In shops for 700€ :)

interesting :D but i never bought an phone from black market... :rolleyes:

jucca_vtr
15-01-2005, 02:14 PM
:)

Anyway, I found solution, thanks to one guy who gave me a link to a program which controls alarm. Go to mobango.com register, and search for app. named HandyClock (worldclock).

Fidelko
15-01-2005, 02:36 PM
:)

Anyway, I found solution, thanks to one guy who gave me a link to a program which controls alarm. Go to mobango.com register, and search for app. named HandyClock (worldclock).

nice work ... but i dont need any alarm,iam able to wake up anytime,if i have to... but people are different and somene needs to help with waking up in the morning,specially during the week :D

Unplugged
16-01-2005, 12:06 AM
Cant you just set Calender Alarms?

They work just the same as Alarms and you can set as many a day as you want

jucca_vtr
16-01-2005, 12:15 AM
Yes, but I'm little bit lazy, just wanna do that in few clicks :)

woode11
16-01-2005, 07:36 AM
you can use the calander on your mobile, there is some option on it, to wake up as daily, weekly, once..... etc.

In the Calaner Make new entry as meeting.. you can follow the steps...

Fidelko
16-01-2005, 08:15 AM
Yes, but I'm little bit lazy, just wanna do that in few clicks :)

he i found an usefull application: http://www.mobilmania.cz/Bleskovky/AR.asp?ARI=109092,or because its not in english,that will be better to clovk this:http://home.tula.net/symbian/am/index.html
its freeware ;)

Jay3gsm
17-01-2005, 02:20 PM
:)

Anyway, I found solution, thanks to one guy who gave me a link to a program which controls alarm. Go to mobango.com register, and search for app. named HandyClock (worldclock).

That's a damn good example of why Symbian phones, and smartphones in general are great. The phone does not support a feature you want. Doesn't matter, chances are there will be an app you can easily add that gives you the functionality YOU want on your phone. :D

Long live the smartphone!

mikeday83
17-01-2005, 03:34 PM
or use the calender, that has the option to repeat things!!

Utenteanonimo64
17-01-2005, 06:49 PM
This Alarm Manager is a nice idea but after installing it my phone started "rebooting hell" this morning.... three times in a row while writing email.... I uninstalled it and now I am back to normal.... no reboots for the rest of the day... I am not 100% sure that the cause is indeed this program but...
Any other experiences?

UA

jucca_vtr
17-01-2005, 10:18 PM
That's a damn good example of why Symbian phones, and smartphones in general are great. The phone does not support a feature you want. Doesn't matter, chances are there will be an app you can easily add that gives you the functionality YOU want on your phone. :D

Long live the smartphone!



Yeah, that's true mate


:rock: :rock:

jucca_vtr
17-01-2005, 10:21 PM
This Alarm Manager is a nice idea but after installing it my phone started "rebooting hell" this morning.... three times in a row while writing email.... I uninstalled it and now I am back to normal.... no reboots for the rest of the day... I am not 100% sure that the cause is indeed this program but...
Any other experiences?

UA


No problems here at all, it's works just perfect :)
What FW you're running on?

Utenteanonimo64
18-01-2005, 07:06 PM
No problems here at all, it's works just perfect :)
What FW you're running on?

TIM-branded 6630:

V 2.39.129
27-10-04
RM-1

jucca_vtr
18-01-2005, 09:12 PM
I also have Tim branded phone but FW version is:

V. 2.39.15
11-11-04

Utenteanonimo64
19-01-2005, 06:31 PM
I also have Tim branded phone but FW version is:

V. 2.39.15
11-11-04

Then next time I'm in Italy I'll go to a Nokia service centre to update the firmware...

UA

fdxd
30-01-2005, 11:41 PM
why does the calender only have 3 options? and only two of them (meeting and anniversry) can have an alarm.

I dont get why they removed 'reminder' ? :con?