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Biological Sleep

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by sleppingman, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. sleppingman

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    Greetings fellow droids.

    So I'm allergic to mornings. If I wake up early I always do so grumpy and with a bad mood. If I sleep till late I wake up feeling lazy and tired anyway.

    I heard biological alarm clocks are the answer for people like me! they track the sleep cycles and wake you up at the right time so you don't feel in a bad mood. But their are too pricey and I have no way to find one for sale in a store near me.
    So I decided to check if there's an app 'fo that!

    my search led me to Relax timer and sleep as android.

    I've been trying out Relax timer but I have an issue.
    I set the alarm clock and even toggle the track sleep button. But as soon as my cellphone screen goes black (Samsung Galaxy W) the app is closed and the alarm never goes off.

    The only workaround that I found was to use "keep screen" an app that prevents the screen from shutting down. But that would require me to keep the android screen light on the entire night, and that troubles my sleep, not to mention it can't be healthy for my cellphone.

    What solutions would you recommend this sleepy droid?

    Is there an option I can't change to still turn the screen off but not the app, will the full version of sleep as android fix this issue (does sleep as droid even monitor sleep cycles?)?

    thanks
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    Bump De Bump.

    The cellphone really heats up a lot during the night... the screen must be on all night.
    But the alarm works just fine. I mean for as long as I remember to keep the sound on the phone high.

    I remember when phones used to turn themselves on for the alarm to go off...
     

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