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Old 07-04-2007, 10:17 PM
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Workaround found for alarm/sleep mode bug

I stumbled upon this myself and am sure that someone with more knowledge can figure out why and how this works. As you all know, the alarms don't go off when the device is sleep mode and charging. Here's how to get them to work:

1. install slide2lock (actually, all you need is the ilock program) - I don't use slide2lock any longer but hadn't deleted it yet
2. run ilock
3. run ilock again and get the confirmation that ilock and slide are closed
4. enjoy

That's it. All alarms work when the phone is sleeping and charging.
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Old 07-04-2007, 10:26 PM
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The bad news is that it deactivates the new SLO-Mo LED program so you have to re-run the LED's link after you do the ilock twice.

I bet that someone could do a mortscript that would run the ilock twice and then the slo-mo after a soft reset.
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Old 07-04-2007, 11:30 PM
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Re: Workaround found for alarm/sleep mode bug

Absolutely stunning! It works! =) Thanks!




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I stumbled upon this myself and am sure that someone with more knowledge can figure out why and how this works. As you all know, the alarms don't go off when the device is sleep mode and charging. Here's how to get them to work:

1. install slide2lock (actually, all you need is the ilock program) - I don't use slide2lock any longer but hadn't deleted it yet
2. run ilock
3. run ilock again and get the confirmation that ilock and slide are closed
4. enjoy

That's it. All alarms work when the phone is sleeping and charging.
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i will have to try this for sure... great find!
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:57 AM
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Worked for me! What does this iLock do? I guess I should run it each time before needing the alarm, and this morning, my phone rang with no problems.
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iLock is a background service for slide2unlock so that when you suspend the phone, it knows to start up the locking app.
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Old 07-05-2007, 11:40 AM
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How easy is this to uninstal?
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How easy is this to uninstal?
Considering there is no installation, it's very easy to uninstall. LOL
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Well you are installing something so I figured I'd ask
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Well you are installing something so I figured I'd ask
No you aren't. Geez.
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