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AddinTimer 3.5.2 - The best task scheduler on PPC!!

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29th April 2008, 03:09 PM   |  #1  
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AddinTimer is the best PPC's Task Scheduler.
You will be free from multifarious settings. AddinTimer includes all aspects of Windows Mobile and it is a convenient, practical and indispensable tool. Meanwhile, the timer's styles of AddinTimer(by Once, by Week, by Month, by Day, by Year, Countdown and so on) can be jointly used, so as to meet more complicated scene and requirement.

  • Alarm Timer
  • Flight Timer
  • Bluetooth Timer
  • Wifi Timer
  • Call Timer
  • SMS Timer
  • Call forwarding Timer
  • Scene Timer
  • Theme Timer (TSK or Picture
  • Reset Timer
  • Application Timer (Start or Kill)
  • SMS Backup Timer
  • Contacts Backup Timer
  • Files Backup Timer
  • Report Time hourly
  • Report Time immediately by pressing a key
  • Check UTC (Sync Time)
  • Stop-watch

AddinTimer simplifies your life.

You can access the AddinTimer's BBS : www.addintimer.com
or download at : http://classic.pocketgear.com/softwa...l.asp?id=26595
or direct download the attachment following
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30th April 2008, 05:09 AM   |  #2  
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I find that the program appears to be too heavy (>600KB) for a small job. But, neverthless, a very good and useful utility.
2nd May 2008, 01:04 AM   |  #3  
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Great application, unfortunately buggy on my Mogul. If it goes to Flight mode and data connection is on then it has to be on next Flight mode off rebooted since data wont work. Auto for BT ON/OFF sometimes also doesn't work
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No offences.
I find that the program appears to be too heavy (>600KB) for a small job. But, neverthless, a very good and useful utility.

The user interfaces of AddinTimer were developed based on NETCF,(but primary librarys were based on pure win32), and as we known, memory using of NETCF applications will be taken more than native application, but only at Setting or Runing, and no any background applicaions.

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Great application, unfortunately buggy on my Mogul. If it goes to Flight mode and data connection is on then it has to be on next Flight mode off rebooted since data wont work. Auto for BT ON/OFF sometimes also doesn't work

1. It's the standard interface to turn Flight Mode ON or OFF. Nothing is modified about Data Connection. You can manual open or close Flight, then see whether the problem is appeared? Is your wireless module GSM / CDMA / other?
2. BT as same as FM, all is standard extended device. But at present, two types of BT protocol stack exist in the Mobile devices, the first one bases on Microsoft stack, another is Widcomm BT stack. AddinTimer uses the first one. Please confirm your BT stack type.

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AddinTimer 3.5.2 Released! Several bugs has been fixed. Please re-download and enjoy it.
10th May 2008, 12:35 PM   |  #7  
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Thank you very much for sharing. Very interesting Application and I will try it.
10th May 2008, 04:12 PM   |  #8  
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1. It's the standard interface to turn Flight Mode ON or OFF. Nothing is modified about Data Connection. You can manual open or close Flight, then see whether the problem is appeared? Is your wireless module GSM / CDMA / other?
2. BT as same as FM, all is standard extended device. But at present, two types of BT protocol stack exist in the Mobile devices, the first one bases on Microsoft stack, another is Widcomm BT stack. AddinTimer uses the first one. Please confirm your BT stack type.

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CDMA network
The Flight mode problem is present only when Addintimer handles the ON/OFF
Manual ON/OF using phones interface works flawless.

I suspect that the phone doesn't wake up from stand by and that causes the BT problem in Addintimer . Once again BT ON/OFF works flawlessly in the phone interface.
11th May 2008, 07:43 PM   |  #9  
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CDMA network
The Flight mode problem is present only when Addintimer handles the ON/OFF
Manual ON/OF using phones interface works flawless.

I suspect that the phone doesn't wake up from stand by and that causes the BT problem in Addintimer . Once again BT ON/OFF works flawlessly in the phone interface.

At present,AddinTimer works with GSM network and MS BT protocol stack.
26th December 2008, 10:44 PM   |  #10  
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is this an english version ?

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