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[REQ]Port of KK deskclock with shake to snooze to android 4.3

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By wmas, Account currently disabled on 19th March 2014, 10:45 AM
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hey guys. sorry if i post in the wrong thread. i dont know where to post app request

anyways. as the title says, is there a backport/mod of kitkat clock app with shake to snooze feature?

im currently using Ultimarom v16 android 4.3

i really like the shake to snooze feature but it is missing in the included KK clock in the rom

thanks in advance
 
 
19th March 2014, 01:00 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by wmas

hey guys. sorry if i post in the wrong thread. i dont know where to post app request

anyways. as the title says, is there a backport/mod of kitkat clock app with shake to snooze feature?

im currently using Ultimarom v16 android 4.3

i really like the shake to snooze feature but it is missing in the included KK clock in the rom

thanks in advance

Ur present RoM UltimaRoM V 16 Android 4.3 doesnt have the feature of alarm clock with shake action and flip action to dismiss the alarm.
Your will find this in KK 4.4.2 RoM. So switch to 4.4.2 KK to have this feature.
19th March 2014, 05:42 PM |#3  
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did u even read what im requesting? jeez
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