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By LePocketPc, Senior Member on 2nd November 2010, 07:38 PM
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Hello at All.

I am the guy who have make WirelessTime for WM

But now I play with Android (with one HTC HD2, I'm not ready yet too leave WM ) with this very nice Rom...

So, i'm looking for one good software (free of course ) like WirelessTime but under Andro´d.

Some suggestions will be cool...
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2nd November 2010, 08:49 PM |#2  
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not sure if this is what you're after but check those apps:

http://www.appbrain.com/app/juicedef....juicedefender
and it's paid, feature-extending brother: http://www.appbrain.com/app/ultimate....ultimatejuice

also there is this, which is related but more in a battery-saving sense than a scheduler: http://www.appbrain.com/app/superpow...ose.superpower
it's being developed by xda-mod ChainFire over here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=807989
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Thanks , I will test SuperPower
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Shame they upped the paid version of JuiceDefender from $1.36 to over $5
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I find it

I use everydays without thinking

Timeriffic...

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Note from WirelessTime builder (me) Thanks again at rdrrlabs.com...
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When I had my HTC/AT&T Pure I loved WirelessTime. Now that I have an HTC/AT&T Inspire I am using the Timeriffic and I truly miss WirelessTime. The interface was much better. I loved the idea that I could set each function to turn on/off independently of each other and as many times as I needed per day. I miss WirelessTime.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LePocketPc

I find it

I use everydays without thinking

Timeriffic...

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Note from WirelessTime builder (me) Thanks again at rdrrlabs.com...

A little late in our thank you, but we do thank you very much for using and sharing Timeriffic.
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23rd August 2011, 11:07 PM |#8  
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When I had my HTC/AT&T Pure I loved WirelessTime. Now that I have an HTC/AT&T Inspire I am using the Timeriffic and I truly miss WirelessTime. The interface was much better. I loved the idea that I could set each function to turn on/off independently of each other and as many times as I needed per day. I miss WirelessTime.

In re: to Timeriffic - a user can set up any of the items to control via an action, and they should all be independent as many times as needed. Is there a specific example you need?
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24th August 2011, 07:13 AM |#9  
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I think that, nbkcu33, speak about the tempo function in WirelessTime.

See this picture:



You can define some status for X minutes or hours coming, and after will be back at "normal" status

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Maybe one suggestion, One window more, missing, with graphical status, just to better see, like this picture:



rdrrlabs take my suggestions it's free [img]http://media.xda-developers.com/images/icons/icon12.gif[/url]

But thanks again rdrrlabs for Timeriffic, I use it everyday.
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Thanks... We will look into how we might update these ideas. I am not promising we will or when it would happen. Thanks again.

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I am not promising we will or when it would happen

Of Course

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