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The details say you can have ipod as an option for alarm, but the instructions are poor for this area. Anyone know how to set the alarm clock to use your ipod and not the buzzer?

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  • lyla90 Feb 23, 2009

    Ditto, i can only get radio or that dreadful buzzer. Let me know if you've figured this out

    Lyla

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This is easy, hold down "mode" until the alarm time flashes, then press "mode" again, it will cycle through a menu, there is an "on" option to turn on the ipod at a certain time, you select "on" then press mode again, it will cycle to the next menu, set the time you want the ipod to turn on, press menu again, then you can select the "ipod off" time, I keep that option off as I want the ipod to stay on until I turn it off. Now you have set the ipod to turn on at whatever time you want. Turn off that terrible buzzer alarm. The confusing thing is the imini has to different alarm modes, not one alarm mode with two alarm sound options like most everything else.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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Press play/pause while the Imini is turned off to change buzzer on/off (indicated by bell in top left).
Anyone know how to silence the buzzer rather than just snooze it? I use both buzzer and music but can never shut the buzzer up without pressing play/pause

Posted on Mar 06, 2012

  • Chloe Howard-Crabtree Jan 26, 2013

    Hold the snooze button down for a few seconds :) this bugged me for ages and I just had to keep pulling the power out!

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Thank you so much!! It has been driving me mad trying to figure this one out!! So frustrating waking up to beeping much prefer waking up with GaGa !!! Thanks so much! x

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

  • clareaosulli Nov 16, 2011

    Hi, I followed the instructions above and have the iPod/ radio coming on as the alarm but it buzzes as well. Is there anyway to turn the buzzer off completely?

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