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[APP]Unique Alarm Clock with Gorgeous UI覧ZDclock[Apr 6 First Appearence]

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6th April 2011, 04:44 AM   |  #1  
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Not only simple wake up.
Birthday,Anniversary,Credit,Rotating shifts,Medicine,Utilities,Custom,etc.
ZDclock will remind you what matters in life at the right time.
Don't have to remember what matters or check notes from time to time.
Life is too short to be in a hurry. Just make it easy

★3 Widgets (So pretty and useful)
★Wake up (Record your unique ringtones)
★Birthday (My VIP list)
★Anniversary (Special days in life)
★Credit card (Good credit is a great fortune)
★Rotating shifts (Unique feature)
★Utilities (Really easy to forget)
★Rents (To be a good tenant)
★Countdown (Green hand for cooking, exercise for good health)
★Party (Don't be late)
★Medicine (Get well soon)
★Bank loans (So many bills to pay)
★Greetings (Don't neglect family&friends even on busy days)
★Conference (Interesting coferences are too rare to miss)
★Custom alarm (Just DIY)

Plus
★Hourly chime (Chimes on the selected hour)
★Ring once, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, Interval (Varied demands)
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6th April 2011, 06:27 AM   |  #2  
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Installing trying out....

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6th April 2011, 08:13 AM   |  #3  
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Installing trying out....

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6th April 2011, 09:29 AM   |  #4  
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sorry if these are stupid questions. but I'm rather new to Android, so some things that maybe obvious to others I'll miss. luckily most of my questions are yes and no answers :)

1) this app does not tie into google calendars and your schedule and appoints there... right ?

2) this app will run all the time in the background unless i force close it.... right ?
2a) if 2 is yes then how much memory/CPU will it utilize ?

3) will this wake up my phone and set off the alarm if it is sleeping ?

4) does it repeat the alarm until i take action (like shutting the alarm off) or does it just run the alarm once
4a) if the alarm only runs once can u make it repeating ? i need repeating alarms! i often do not hear the alarm till i leave my bedroom
4b) is there a volume toggle for alarm tones ?

5) is there a snooze ?

TY for the App and hope u can answer my questions :)
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6th April 2011, 01:30 PM   |  #5  
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sorry if these are stupid questions. but I'm rather new to Android, so some things that maybe obvious to others I'll miss. luckily most of my questions are yes and no answers :)

1) this app does not tie into google calendars and your schedule and appoints there... right ?

2) this app will run all the time in the background unless i force close it.... right ?
2a) if 2 is yes then how much memory/CPU will it utilize ?

3) will this wake up my phone and set off the alarm if it is sleeping ?

4) does it repeat the alarm until i take action (like shutting the alarm off) or does it just run the alarm once
4a) if the alarm only runs once can u make it repeating ? i need repeating alarms! i often do not hear the alarm till i leave my bedroom
4b) is there a volume toggle for alarm tones ?

5) is there a snooze ?

TY for the App and hope u can answer my questions :)
Ric H. (a1yet)
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Thanks for your questions
1) ZDclock does not tie into google calendars and your schedule and appoints there.

2)It needs to run all the time in the background cause it must ring on time as the system alarm clock does.Memory 7MB to 10MB(depend on the usage condition),CPU 0%;

3) It will wake up the phone even when silent mode(There is an option to choose no wake up when silent mode).

4) It will repeat the alarm until you take action (like shutting the alarm off or choosing to repeat later). You can press the silence in the pop-up page. And set the volume and ringtone in menu.

5) yes,there is a snooze.
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6th April 2011, 10:00 PM   |  #6  
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thank you this will work wonderfully for me then :)
6th April 2011, 11:02 PM   |  #7  
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ok nice alarm system
BUT
i just ran a custom TEST alarm
ran 2 actually
First test) ran with vibrate on, the Vibrate keep repeating till i acknowledged the alarm. BUT the alarm tone only played once. because of this i thought vibrate was making the sound only played once, so did a second test
second test) Vibrate off. alarm sound only played once then nothing for around 15 min now (seeing if i waited if it would play again), looking at the screen i see the alarm went off and asking me what i want to do (IE: turn off / delay 10 min / silence / repeat tomorrow)
BUT there is nothing to silence as the buzzer only played once

so my question is how do i make it repeat ?

"4) It will repeat the alarm until you take action (like shutting the alarm off or choosing to repeat later). You can press the silence in the pop-up page. And set the volume and ringtone in menu."

Thank you again for the program and all the help u have given me :)
sincerely
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7th April 2011, 05:53 AM   |  #8  
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ok nice alarm system
BUT
i just ran a custom TEST alarm
ran 2 actually
First test) ran with vibrate on, the Vibrate keep repeating till i acknowledged the alarm. BUT the alarm tone only played once. because of this i thought vibrate was making the sound only played once, so did a second test
second test) Vibrate off. alarm sound only played once then nothing for around 15 min now (seeing if i waited if it would play again), looking at the screen i see the alarm went off and asking me what i want to do (IE: turn off / delay 10 min / silence / repeat tomorrow)
BUT there is nothing to silence as the buzzer only played once

so my question is how do i make it repeat ?

"4) It will repeat the alarm until you take action (like shutting the alarm off or choosing to repeat later). You can press the silence in the pop-up page. And set the volume and ringtone in menu."

Thank you again for the program and all the help u have given me :)
sincerely
Ric H. (a1yet)

Thanks for your enthursiasm about ZDclock
'delay 10 mins' means repeat 10 mins later. Sorry for that mistake, we will change the ring page (press to silent and then you can choose no repeat or repeat 10 mins later/30 mins later/1 hour later/3hour later)
The default ring duration is 1 minute.
The alarm tone only played once. Did you press turn off or silence in the pop-up menu? If not, it may be a bug.

Thanks for your help
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7th April 2011, 07:03 AM   |  #9  
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Short answer is no I did not turn off or press anything in the popup menu. The alarm tone only played once even though I waited 15 minutes to make sure it was not going to play again.

Long answer:
Because this is beta software you say I may have found a bug I am going to give you more information
My current phone is the Motorola Atrix (MB860)
the steps i took to run the test alarm is as follows

in options:
select ringtone > system ringtones > Buzzer alarm
ring duration > continuous ring

in main app:
add new >
custom >
set time (set time to 3 min from now) >
repeat >
(left this alone to default) once only >
date (left alone (todays date)) >
title (test) >
Ringtone (left at default because i set it above all ready) >
no vibrate

like i said it will keep vibrating continuously BUT only play the buzzer alarm, sound once. so i have this set to no vibrate

i'll test another type of alarm and sound soon
like set a different kind of alarm and see if that fixes it
and i'll change to another sound
and get back to you

PS:
i am doing nothing on my phone when the alarm goes off. it is sitting on my home page with the active wall paper running. and nothing else and i have my phone set to never turn off screen and/or sleep.
i also forgot to mention that i also rebooted in between alarm test, to make sure there was nothing in the background interfering.


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7th April 2011, 07:48 AM   |  #10  
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FOUND THE PROBLEM
"Continuous Ring" plays ring sound only once NOT continuously
because 3 min alarm played the sound for 3 min (well actually tuned it off after about one minute but assume it would have played 3 min)

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