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# 105565 7-Jul-2012 09:25
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OK, so this is what happened.

I was having to do some weekend work, so on my iPod Touch I set up an event on the built-in Calendar app for 7am on Saturdays. I made this to repeat for every weekend and created an alert (alarm) to remind me. It worked fine.

When that job ended, I went to the event and wiped it out (so, no repeats, either)

Somehow, though, the alert is still there - the alarm wakes me at 7am on Saturdays, even though there is nothing on the Calendar any more - no events show. I've checked the Clock app as well, and there are no alarms set.

Any ideas of how to get rid of it?

Thanks!

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  # 652221 7-Jul-2012 12:28
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Sounds like an apple bug, as I hve hearfd of a few with the calander. Is it using ios5x, or is it an older ipod using ios4x?



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  # 652277 7-Jul-2012 15:53
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Hey, it's using OS 5.0.1

 
 
 
 


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  # 652283 7-Jul-2012 16:19
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da5id: Hey, it's using OS 5.0.1


I used 4.x and have never had that problem. However I use google calender to sync it with outlook and the ipod, rather than itunes calender sync. You could try that.

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