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I thought the sounds for the alarm where absolutley shocking.

So if anyone wants an alarm sound (to wake them up or what ever) then i have one here.

It sounds basically just the same as a watch alarm, perfect for waking you up in the morning :D

Get it from http://www.chewie.co.uk/spv/alarm.wav

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I like it ... thx :D

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wicked... but how do i set the alarm clock ?... thick i know.. but it's new!

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wicked... but how do i set the alarm clock ?...


:idea: Programs > More... > Settings > Date and time > Bottom Box (Alarm Time)

As intuititive as a unix command shell...

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great, thanks... now where do i put the alarm sound and how do i locate it in the menu?

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Put the wav file in ipsm/application data/sounds

Then you need to goto settings > sounds then you can select Alarm.wav in the box fro alarm clock :D

I am going to edit i think and make the alarm wav a bit longer. Check back in a few mins!

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I thought it was a bit short - surely that is stupid (not you chewie) to make an Alarm that only repeats ZERO times. It plays once and stops. Don't these people go out drinking, have hangover, can't wake up in the morning..... Or do they wake up to find it's 5min early and switch it off not to wake up wife/husb.

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^ yes but if you set the alarm profile to increasing then the SPV loops twice i think.

Anyway i have played around with it, and i have it twice as long, and it sounds like one of those electronic alarm clocks now, rather than a digi watch!

Also the file size is only 113kb :D

get it at http://www.chewie.co...v/alarmlong.wav

If anyone wants it to loop longer send me your requests of how many loop times you want i'd i'll do it for ya!

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It loops for me anyway... :?

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^ yeah that alarm is pretty good!

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