This is total offtopic here!
Please ask such questions via PM.
Returning back to the topic and my previous post about battery consumption.
I have performed some tests durinlg last few days.
It looks like TimePIN causes 1-2 alarms per minute - and it doesn't matter is the phone awake or not.
My question is: why it is necessary to send alarms when the phone is sleeping? No one needs to calculate security PIN in this state!
The current situation costs about 2% of battery additionally per hour.
I use an application called SkipLock ,which is designed to disable the lock screen when I'm connected to a trusted WiFi or BT connection. This lets me skip the lockscreen when I'm at home or in the car, but have the protection of the lock screen anywhere else. Very handy. It works by changing the lock screen settings to None when connected to a trusted source, and resetting it to Pin Lock (or other) when not connected.
But TimePin ignores the Lock Screen setting of "None," and locks the screen anyway. Would it be possible to make TimePin respect the Lock Screen settings?
if you read the information in the store on skiplock, you will see the following under its "Known limitations" section:
- SkipLock is not compatible with TimePin or any other app that controls the lock screen, except for WidgetLocker
re-read this post for possible solutions: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=428