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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bradm23, May 4, 2010.

  1. bradm23

    bradm23 Well-Known Member
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    I remember seeing the option for this but i cant seem to find it. I want my phone to remember where I am so that at the office it will always be on vibrate but at home the ring will be loud. Thanks
     

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  2. necosino

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    I use FoxyRing for this. It's free and works great.
     
  3. bradm23

    bradm23 Well-Known Member
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    Does foxyring remember my ring setting based on my gps location? If so that is what I need. Any other comparable programs to this?
     
  4. android_freak

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    I use Lite Setting Profiles
     
  5. necosino

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    It sure does. It actually gives you two options: Volume based on ambient sound (default) which is overridden by volume based on GPS Location.

    Try it out, I love it :D
     
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  6. quaestionis

    quaestionis New Member
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    You may also be thinking of Locale.
     
  7. bradm23

    bradm23 Well-Known Member
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    Are you refering to an option in foxyring?
     
  8. bradm23

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    Thanks. Is this free
     
  9. android_freak

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    No, just search for it in the Market, it is a lot like Locale.

    Like when I get home and it auto connects to my wireless, shut off a bunch of stuff, turns down the brightness. When GPS detects I'm at work it turns everything to silent, I also have it do that at night.
     
  10. Kilo7

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    this would be a great features in theaters i go to, not that i forget to turn off my phone, but a nice back up plan
     

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