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Alarms: Lap Suggestion

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by d0ugparker, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. d0ugparker

    d0ugparker Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I've learned that a Read-Me-First-Sticky-Post is almost
    the same thing as an FAQ. In my case, though, it didn't
    answer my question.

    I have two suggestions for two default Android apps: the
    generic Alarms application, and the generic Music application.
    I want to pose my question to the developers at the top of
    the Android food chain (no offense intended) who assess
    minute, core application change suggestions like the two I
    want to make.

    At the present time, I'm overwhelmed by the size and scope
    of the Android developer world, and I don't know to where to
    turn. What URL do I point to to pose my suggested changes
    to these two, core apps?


    Doug P.
    Las Vegas, NV

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  3. d0ugparker

    d0ugparker Lurker
    Thread Starter

    When alarms is used as a stopwatch to
    record laps and the STOP button is pressed
    to pause timing on the stopwatch, a total
    time is displayed above, but the most recent
    STOP button press does not display the lap
    time from the previous LAP button press.

    The total time is displayed above, but
    there's no lap calculation. Shouldn't there
    be a calculation made and displayed for
    what is the most recent lap when STOP is
    pressed, in addition to the total time? It is a
    lap time, after all.

    (The suggestion for the Music app will be
    submitted in a separate thread. )
  4. sohguanh

    sohguanh Android Enthusiast

    Actually depending on which Android brand you bought, they come with those features. Samsung,Asus have their own Clock/Alarm application that show the timing on all laps. Or unless you are referring to the stock Android Clock/Alarm app ?
  5. d0ugparker

    d0ugparker Lurker
    Thread Starter

    It's the default Alarm app
    for LG's L90, running on
    Android 4.4.2.

    I have to stop, think, and
    really put some effort into
    appreciating the landscape
    of everything Andriod. It's
    quite a complicated layout,
    confusing for a time, and it
    takes a while before a clear
    picture forms revealing
    where to go to get to the
    result I'm seeking or the
    answer I'm pursuing.

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