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[Q] Alarmclock on Sunday

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3rd May 2014, 11:20 AM   |  #1  
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Hello dear xda'lers,

i'm concerned about my own intelligence... i can't get a alarm for sunday set, i only can choose Day 1-6, but day 7 (Sunday) cant be chosen.
Is there anyone else out there with this problem?

Is there any trick i dont know about to get waked up sunday morning?

Thank you
3rd May 2014, 11:59 AM   |  #2  
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Hello dear xda'lers,

i'm concerned about my own intelligence... i can't get a alarm for sunday set, i only can choose Day 1-6, but day 7 (Sunday) cant be chosen.
Is there anyone else out there with this problem?

Is there any trick i dont know about to get waked up sunday morning?

Thank you

I was going to ask the same question. Seems they forgot sunday lol
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I was going to ask the same question. Seems they forgot sunday lol

In fact, it is there, invisible, but if you click on the very edge of the screen, it'll check the 7th day and you'll see a portion of the sphere.
Just lacking a bit of polish .
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In fact, it is there, invisible, but if you click on the very edge of the screen, it'll check the 7th day and you'll see a portion of the sphere.
Just lacking a bit of polish .

There it is ! lol not just a bit Ty
Maybe they have fixed it in colorOS 2.0.
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They definitively fixed it in v2.0.


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This bug comes from the Find 5 ColorOS beta, one day (1.05i beta) they changed the behavior (from popup with weekdays you could select) to the new numbers format. But there is a misstake because many languages are longer weekdays/wochentage than the original you will lose some numbers.

I hope they will switch back to the old working style! Currently on the newest Find 5 beta its still this way.
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