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A better alarm clock

Want to change the alarm clock application in order to be able to configure it for working days only, without having to turn it on and off manually.

Any ideas, cause its really annoying?

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  • JooJ Apr 05, 2008

    Don't want a solution through my SP, thanks.

  • Tiffany Marion May 11, 2010

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I was asking as far as the SP so I knew what software you were dealing with. Software is specific to SP as it tells what the application is so that I can tell you exactly how to do what it is you are wanting to do. You can use the datebook but some SP's Alarm clocks ie VZW has it were you can go into the Alarms detail and set it for M-F and not the weekends. ( My husband does this with his phone for the same reason as you) Let me know if I can help in any other way. Also some SP allow for Java Applications so that you are "allow" to put on another Alarm clock onto your phone to better suit your needs. SP are good for 2 things, telling me what it is I am dealing with and ummm.. ;)

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

Use the datebook and you can make an alarm repeat any days you want.

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