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Oct
22
revised How to make my alarm as stable as a server?
Adding an update
Oct
19
comment How to make my alarm as stable as a server?
Both ring volume and alarm volume were set to maximum. I don't know if it rang or not, I just know, that it was not ringing at the moment I waked up. Thus I cannot exclude for sure possibility that it rang for 1, 5, 10 or 30 minutes. I don't know if turns on automatically or not. I should, probably, make an experiment: turn on alarm, and record the sound (so I will know its duration).
Oct
19
comment How to make my alarm as stable as a server?
Honestly speaking, there are a lot of Android apps, which potentially can improve my daily life, but because of stability issues I use them much more rarely than I could. To name a few, Evernote (needs internet for search), Google Maps (sometimes it is too slow, often needs internet), Google Voice (needs internet), Swype (often doesn't work without update). I have internet on my phone but sometimes it doesn't work. I'll likely buy a dedicated alarm soon, but it's not a universal solution. I'd like to apply reasonable effort, if it helps to use useful features of the phone I have.
Oct
18
awarded  Editor
Oct
18
revised How to make my alarm as stable as a server?
elaboration on "Future" section
Oct
18
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Oct
18
asked How to make my alarm as stable as a server?
Oct
18
comment Disable application update notification
Thank you. Indeed I can disable market>menu button>settings>Notification checkbox.
Oct
18
awarded  Supporter