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EVO Alarm isn't going off in the mornings

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SysAdmnWVU, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. SysAdmnWVU

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    I have my EVO alarm set to go off at 6am M-F but it won't actually go off. It went off the first day I set it and I haven't heard it since then.

    I've tried removing the alarm and adding it again new but this didn't make any difference...any ideas?


    Thanks in advance.
     

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    Do u have a task killer operating?
     
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    Sounds like a task killer problem. Just add it to your ignore list. Or do you turn off your ringer at night? You have to check the setting that says alarm even in silent mode.
     
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    Sure do...I need to remove the checkmark for the alarm huh?

    Brilliant, thanks for the quick assist!
     
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    Sadly with the intelligence level shown by some newbies in the questions asked, I have to wonder if you reply was sarcasm or you really hadn't thought about the check mark...

    Your problem is a known issue. Most of us with the problem just gave up on the stock alarm and went for something off the market. I personally use Alarmed Alarm Clock.
     
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    Add it to the ignore list.
     
  7. SysAdmnWVU

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    No, I was being sincere. As soon as I read your question it made perfect sense, I just hadn't thought about that before for whatever reason.


    Thanks for your help.
     
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    That's why I wish people would quit recommending people to use task killers. They usually cause more harm than good.
     
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    It was a relatively minor issue...the gains easily outweigh minor quirks such as this in my opinion.
     
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