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Old May 23rd, 2010, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I wanted to use this phone as an alarm clock and use it in landscape mode using the kickstand. Is there a way to do this normally or does an app have to be made to use the accelerometer or something?

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i think saw an app on one of the reviews that said desk clock so it might b in there
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Android 2.1 has Desk Clock so you will be able to do this.
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Make sure not to accidentally slam the "alarm's" snooze button in the morning and break its stand.
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does Desk Clock, or other similar apps, work in landscape mode (or do they go into landscape mode when tilted?)
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I like Kaloer Clock from the market better than Desk Clock.
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I use my current phone as an alarm clock, but hate getting woken up by texts or drunk calls from friends at 3:00 in the morning. Does anyone know if the Evo would support turning off the ringer and still leaving the volume on for the alarm? It seems like a level of customization that we should be able to expect, but my current (three-year-old) phone doesn't allow for that.
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android has the option to make it ring when volume is down
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I use my current phone as an alarm clock, but hate getting woken up by texts or drunk calls from friends at 3:00 in the morning. Does anyone know if the Evo would support turning off the ringer and still leaving the volume on for the alarm? It seems like a level of customization that we should be able to expect, but my current (three-year-old) phone doesn't allow for that.
Blackberry has a bedside mode where everything is silent except the alarm. I have mine set to go into bedside mode whenever I place it in the charging dock (or on any charger for that matter). I would love to have this same functionality when I put the EVO on the charger.
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Yes, my BB Storm does this. I can turn off all notifications and just have the phone ring if we get a phone call. It never fails if I forget to set this I always get those emails at 4am. (BING) I hope this Evo does this as well.
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i know i've heard of an app that will silence all of your texts and e-mails at night... can't think of it at the moment.
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i know i've heard of an app that will silence all of your texts and e-mails at night... can't think of it at the moment.
There is no app needed. If you place the phone in silent, the alarm will still ring through it.

But is it Locale that you are thinking of?
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There is no app needed. If you place the phone in silent, the alarm will still ring through it.
But will phone calls? I am a former blackberry user as well, and loved the option to simply-quickly set the phone so that the only noise it would make at night was phone calls and the alarm. Is there a way to do this with the EVO?
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But will phone calls? I am a former blackberry user as well, and loved the option to simply-quickly set the phone so that the only noise it would make at night was phone calls and the alarm. Is there a way to do this with the EVO?
Wow, old thread....lol

Check out an app called Simple Sound Profile. I also came from a BB and missed not having the sound profiles in Android.

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Go into your volume controls and you have 4 separate volume choices: ringer, media, notifications and last but not least ALARM. turn the other three all the way down and crank up the Alarm... easy to do no app needed
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Quick Profiles. Works well. Stock click will go landscape and work as an alarm
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Is there an app that let's only certain calls get through when it's on silent mode? I use the alarm but I turn it to silent mode to silence everything except the alarm.
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Is there an app that let's only certain calls get through when it's on silent mode? I use the alarm but I turn it to silent mode to silence everything except the alarm.
Setting Profiles will do that.
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So for this I need an app called Desk Clock and profiles?
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No need for any extra apps - HTC Desk Clock has night mode and alarms ring when the phone is in silent mode:

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yes. to all the questions on alarms...

if it dont come with stock apps with the phone and OS.. there is an app out there that does..
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No need for any extra apps - HTC Desk Clock has night mode and alarms ring when the phone is in silent mode:

COOOOOOL! The emails an such dont bug me anymore, at least not on my pre. Hmm, maybe I should try to mute them now.
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I use my current phone as an alarm clock, but hate getting woken up by texts or drunk calls from friends at 3:00 in the morning. Does anyone know if the Evo would support turning off the ringer and still leaving the volume on for the alarm? It seems like a level of customization that we should be able to expect, but my current (three-year-old) phone doesn't allow for that.
I use mine for the alarm as well. You can turn the phone's volume off and it will still ring.
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Just a note, from my experience and reading, the clock will NOT stay 'on' if it's not plugged into a charger.

I have used Kaloer Clock.
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Better Alarm Clock is pretty good... also makes ur EVO into a digital picture frame.
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"Good Morning" is a cool app for customized messages to wake you. I just started playing with it yesterday. Pretty funny. I don't think it offers the desk clock view though. And I'm not sure but it may be limited to one alarm at a time.
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Got to the Market and look for Digital Clock and also the Digital Clock Widget. It has changable colors and is set for landscape only with alarms. Very easy to use. The widget is a home screen replacement clock that will directly opent the landscape clock on press.
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Alarm Clock Plus (Free) is the most customizable alarm clock app I've found. It sealed the deal for me when I found it had the option to hide the icon for the clock in the top bar.
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I use timerriffic to details up auto adjustments to my volume settings wifi and blutooth all based on my schedule. It works!
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I wish Ageye would make G-Alarm work on Android!!! G-Alarm is by far the best alarm clock I have ever used, I loved it on my TP and TP2. I am going to email him and ask if he has plans to work with Android in the future...
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I'm considering switching from a Blackberry to the Evo and have a question on alarms. I need to have multiple alarms with different ringtones that go off throughout the day. Will any of the alarm apps or the native alarm be able to do this?

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I'm considering switching from a Blackberry to the Evo and have a question on alarms. I need to have multiple alarms with different ringtones that go off throughout the day. Will any of the alarm apps or the native alarm be able to do this?

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Native will do it.
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I'm considering switching from a Blackberry to the Evo and have a question on alarms. I need to have multiple alarms with different ringtones that go off throughout the day. Will any of the alarm apps or the native alarm be able to do this?

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I use my current phone as an alarm clock, but hate getting woken up by texts or drunk calls from friends at 3:00 in the morning. Does anyone know if the Evo would support turning off the ringer and still leaving the volume on for the alarm? It seems like a level of customization that we should be able to expect, but my current (three-year-old) phone doesn't allow for that.
Just put the phone in airplane mode.
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Is there an app that let's only certain calls get through when it's on silent mode? I use the alarm but I turn it to silent mode to silence everything except the alarm.
I'd like to know this as well. My GF can't let go of her BB cause she has this option where she can completely silent the phone when she sleeps but it will vibrate when I call or it will vibrate when the alarm goes off.
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I use Audio Manager and use it's widget to quickly adjust or view all 6 volumes: Alarm, Music, Alerts, Ringer, System, and Voice call volume.
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Just put the phone in airplane mode.
you just responded to a posted dated back to May.
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I'd like to know this as well. My GF can't let go of her BB cause she has this option where she can completely silent the phone when she sleeps but it will vibrate when I call or it will vibrate when the alarm goes off.
Setting Profiles should do that, although I haven't actually tried it.

Create a group of contacts that you want to ring through, then in SP create a new Rule where the Condition is an incoming call (select the group you just created) and the Action is to select one of your Profiles that don't put the phone in silent mode. It should be that easy, theoretically, anyway.

I thought about this a few months ago, since I work at night and sleep during the day. But I don't trust any of the idiots I work with to not wake me up with bullshit, so I just leave it on silent for everyone. I should probably do something like that with my parents' number, though...

SP is a great little app, either way.
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Setting Profiles should do that, although I haven't actually tried it.

Create a group of contacts that you want to ring through, then in SP create a new Rule where the Condition is an incoming call (select the group you just created) and the Action is to select one of your Profiles that don't put the phone in silent mode. It should be that easy, theoretically, anyway.

I thought about this a few months ago, since I work at night and sleep during the day. But I don't trust any of the idiots I work with to not wake me up with bullshit, so I just leave it on silent for everyone. I should probably do something like that with my parents' number, though...

SP is a great little app, either way.
Thank you. Gonna try it out on my phone right now.

EDIT: I think it will work but I don't know if my GF can do this by herself lol. There are a few steps and she will need to buy the full version. The lite version only allows 1 rule and I can't get it to work with just 1 rule.
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I use my current phone as an alarm clock, but hate getting woken up by texts or drunk calls from friends at 3:00 in the morning. Does anyone know if the Evo would support turning off the ringer and still leaving the volume on for the alarm? It seems like a level of customization that we should be able to expect, but my current (three-year-old) phone doesn't allow for that.
I use the app Timerific to set sound profiles.
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