Droid alarm

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  1. mskder6

    mskder6 New Member

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    My alarm is not even working. I turn my phone off at night to conserve battery and so far every morning it has not turned on and worked. (though the settings always show that this alarm is on) Will the alarm not turn the phone on and work? If not which app will?
     
  2. manilaboy1vic

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    its not like BB ;) but i wish it was.. i will be looking back to this thread.
     
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    I doubt any app will turn your phone on....

    just plug your phone in at night and when you wake up you have 100% battery power = Problem solved.


    -=Jason=-
     
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    Won't that hurt your battery keeping the phone on and plugged in for 7 hours charging?
     
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    Nope. I've been doing that with my phones for as long as I can remember, and none of them have even experienced decreased battery life even after having them for 2 years.
     
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    settings - about phone - safety - charging battery.. if your not convinced that leaving the phone on the charger is safe.
     
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    yea and motorola chargers and batteries are designed to NOT overcharge.so its all good