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There was a similar tweak for iOS back in the days when i was an iphone user which i was always missing on my Android device.
Now i just created it myself because i was bored yesterday :>

Do you enjoy snoozing in the morning as much as i do? Hate how you always have to look at your phone to determine if you can snooze
one more time or not?
This tweak tells you the time, everytime you snooze your alarm. Actually, it can tell you about anything.
You can set your own text and use a variety of variables. (Currently there are only a few. More might follow, if people like this tweak - for example unread mail count, weather, etc.)

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Compatibility:
I tested this tweak on a Nexus 5, running 4.4.2 Stock.
Alarm Clock Plus should be working on about any Device and any version of Android that has the stock Clock app.
(Please let me know if it works for you or if you have any issues, thanks)
This only works with the standard Google clock!
Package: com.google.android.deskclock | com.android.deskclock


Currently the Interface is still pretty raw and ugly.
I will work on that soon. Also I have some ideas for more features, which I'm going to implement over time.

Changelog:
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1.0

  • Initial release

1.0.1
  • Small bugfix (disable dismissed now working)

1.1
  • added: Can hide icon from launcher
  • added: Auto save settings on exit
  • added: Voice speed control
  • added: Voice language selector
  • added some logging for debugging
  • possible fix of the TTS not firing

1.2
  • added: Support for CyanogenMod 11
    (and possibly other roms that use the standard aosp clock app or derivates of it)
    Thanks @pdcrzylazy for testing!

1.2.1
  • added: Support for Android 4.4.3+
    (Let me know if this still works on 4.4.2 and lower please)

2.0
complete rewrite of the module.
it should be much more stable and reliable now.
  • added: Tasker support (You asked for it and here it is!)
  • added: New Variables - %I (Hours 12h), %p (Am/Pm)
  • changed: Settings - No more need to reboot the device after changing settings

2.0.1
  • fixed: Test tasker-task on dismiss
  • fixed: Forgot to shut down the TTS engine

2.1
  • added: Check if your device/ROM is compatible
  • added: Check if you have TTS installed
  • added: Button to let you install more language files
  • reduced package size

2.1.1
  • fixed: Bug that broke the module on some devices

2.1.2
  • added: Option to remove leading zeros for the time and date variables

Download:

http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.chrisxe.xposed.alarmtelltime

If somehow you really like this tweak and want to support me, you can also buy this tweak from google play for little money
(This is the same version as the free one in the Xposed repo. It is just a donation package)



Alternatively you can click here to donate via paypal

Thanks to:
- rovo89 for the Xposed Framework.
- MohammadAG for all of his source codes on github.
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15th June 2014, 08:54 PM |#2  
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Great idea. Like this very much. But unfortunately I'm using cyanogenmod 11 on my nexus 5.

And cm is not using the standard google clock. Is it possible that you can port this module to run also on devices with cyanogenmod?

Thank you.
15th June 2014, 11:35 PM |#3  
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Great potential...when it is ported to work with cyanogen I will definitely give it a try.

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16th June 2014, 11:17 AM |#4  
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Does it require internet to work? Because I tried it this morning and I snoozed it twice without hearing anything.

PS: Stock 4.4.3
16th June 2014, 11:59 AM |#5  
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thanks for the feedback. i'll try to look into it, to get it to work for cm

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Does it require internet to work? Because I tried it this morning and I snoozed it twice without hearing anything.

PS: Stock 4.4.3

have you tried to open the settings of the tweak and then hit the "save" button?
seems like for some people you need to do this first (im working on it!)
or maybe your locale isnt supported by text-to-speech. currently the tweak uses the default locale which is set by the system (i'll add a switcher to set a custom locale soon)
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Originally Posted by MythosXe

have you tried to open the settings of the tweak and then hit the "save" button?
seems like for some people you need to do this first (im working on it!)
or maybe your locale isnt supported by text-to-speech. currently the tweak uses the default locale which is set by the system (i'll add a switcher to set a custom locale soon)

My locale is English (UK) so it should be fine. When I press the Test button the voice is just fine. And yes I've pressed the Save button multiple times, still not working.

PS: Are you Greek?
16th June 2014, 12:10 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by andreasf93

My locale is English (UK) so it should be fine. When I press the Test button the voice is just fine. And yes I've pressed the Save button multiple times, still not working.

PS: Are you Greek?

it should work just fine then. are you using the standard aosp clock from google? (com.google.android.deskclock)

PS: no i'm not
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it should work just fine then. are you using the standard aosp clock from google? (com.google.android.deskclock)

PS: no i'm not

Oh okay, because Mythos is a Greek word :P

Yep, I have the default clock since I bought my Nexus 5 and did not install any other alarm apps :s
Just tried rebooting, reinstalling the app, still did not work
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Originally Posted by andreasf93

Oh okay, because Mythos is a Greek word :P

Yep, I have the default clock since I bought my Nexus 5 and did not install any other alarm apps :s
Just tried rebooting, reinstalling the app, still did not work

can you try to set an alarm and watch your logcat for errors when you hit the snooze button?
or maybe check the log in xposed installer

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oh and you did enabled the module, right? sorry, im not assuming you are dumb, just making sure
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Originally Posted by MythosXe

can you try to set an alarm and watch your logcat for errors when you hit the snooze button?
or maybe check the log in xposed installer

__EDIT:
oh and you did enabled the module, right? sorry, im not assuming you are dumb, just making sure

Ye I have enabled it, I checked myself twice to make sure :P
Nothing shows up in xposed log, not sure how to check logcat though.
16th June 2014, 12:34 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by andreasf93

Ye I have enabled it, I checked myself twice to make sure :P
Nothing shows up in xposed log, not sure how to check logcat though.

mhm. then im out of ideas for now, sorry ;(
maybe it is not 4.4.3 compatible. i dont know if the clock app changed or anything else xposed related.
i'll look into it
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