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  1. #1
    HPN
    Guest
    I need to use my P800 as an alarm clock when travelling, but seem unable to
    get it to work as well (for this function!) as my previous Nokias.

    When I set an alarm time, I need to leave the phone on for the alarm to
    work. This then means that any other reminders etc that occur before the set
    alarm time go off and wake me up at some ungodly hour! It also means that
    the battery life is even shorter or I have to plug it into a power outlet
    which is not always beside the bed.

    Does anyone know of some way to easily silence all sounds other than the
    alarm, or preferably let me turn the phone off so it wakes up and sounds the
    alarm at the set time?

    TIA

    Hugh





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  2. #2
    tameruk
    Guest

    Re: P800-Alarm Clock

    Just switch the phone off into flight mode


    "HPN" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I need to use my P800 as an alarm clock when travelling, but seem unable

    to
    > get it to work as well (for this function!) as my previous Nokias.
    >
    > When I set an alarm time, I need to leave the phone on for the alarm to
    > work. This then means that any other reminders etc that occur before the

    set
    > alarm time go off and wake me up at some ungodly hour! It also means that
    > the battery life is even shorter or I have to plug it into a power outlet
    > which is not always beside the bed.
    >
    > Does anyone know of some way to easily silence all sounds other than the
    > alarm, or preferably let me turn the phone off so it wakes up and sounds

    the
    > alarm at the set time?
    >
    > TIA
    >
    > Hugh
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Oliver Brose
    Guest

    Re: P800-Alarm Clock

    HPN wrote:

    > When I set an alarm time, I need to leave the phone on for the alarm to
    > work. This then means that any other reminders etc that occur before the set
    > alarm time go off and wake me up at some ungodly hour!


    Huh? Why? Do you sleep while you are supposed to be somewhere else? I
    use my P800 as an alarmclock all the time (flightmode saves battery),
    and it never ever had any alarm going off during my sleep. That is
    because I tend not to have anything else to do while sleeping

    Oliver




  4. #4
    HPN
    Guest

    Re: P800-Alarm Clock

    Thanks for the ideas. Flight mode does not stop reminders in the calender
    going off, it only stops incoming calls. As my P800 calender is synched with
    my PC, it contains many and varied reminders for birthdays, flights next day
    etc that seem to want to go off at 4am in the particulat time zone you are
    in!

    I guess I might just have to buy a seperate alarm clock!

    Hugh

    "HPN" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I need to use my P800 as an alarm clock when travelling, but seem unable

    to
    > get it to work as well (for this function!) as my previous Nokias.
    >
    > When I set an alarm time, I need to leave the phone on for the alarm to
    > work. This then means that any other reminders etc that occur before the

    set
    > alarm time go off and wake me up at some ungodly hour! It also means that
    > the battery life is even shorter or I have to plug it into a power outlet
    > which is not always beside the bed.
    >
    > Does anyone know of some way to easily silence all sounds other than the
    > alarm, or preferably let me turn the phone off so it wakes up and sounds

    the
    > alarm at the set time?
    >
    > TIA
    >
    > Hugh
    >
    >






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