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  Reply # 385311 28-Sep-2010 08:48
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My 3GS 4.1 was set to Wellington timezone. Changed to Auckland, set a repeating alarm for 8:44am this morning. Alarm didn't go off. Set it for 9:45am. Alarm went off at 8:45am.

Turned Time Zone Support off, tried setting a repeating alarm for 8:47am. Didn't go off.
Set one for 9:48am, went off at 8:48am.

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  Reply # 385322 28-Sep-2010 09:07
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Aaroona: 

I know there was a calendar glitch in 4.0, but they fixed that in 4.1



Was this fix for the birthday issue? Cause if it was it does not seem to have worked. Friend is still seeing the problem. 







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  Reply # 385418 28-Sep-2010 12:42
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I'm on 3GS with 4.1 and Monday woke me up an hour early so changed the recurring alarm to an hour later and was fine :) Also tried both Welly and Auckland TimeZones and both fail. Also forgot to say im on Telecom

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  Reply # 385456 28-Sep-2010 13:47
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I don't think it's a VF issue; I'm on a VF account and my iP4 (4.1) updated the time correctly and automatically, and my repeating alarms work fine.

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  Reply # 386153 30-Sep-2010 06:47
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i havw found Existing alarms were faulty whereas any NEW alatms I set upworked fine.

Delete existing and re setup may resolve.



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  Reply # 386524 30-Sep-2010 22:58
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preeve: i havw found Existing alarms were faulty whereas any NEW alatms I set upworked fine.

Delete existing and re setup may resolve.


lucky :)

unfortunately that's definitely not the case for myself ... if I setup new alarms the problem continues ... e.g. just deleted all alarms, set a new recurring one for 23:58 ... it goes off at 22:58 ...  

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  Reply # 386565 1-Oct-2010 05:04
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did you try an alarm app instead of the default iphone one.
I use the ihandysoft one and its great..

http://www.ihandysoft.com/

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  Reply # 386590 1-Oct-2010 08:10
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Has anyone tried a restore in iTunes to see if that fixes it?



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  Reply # 386975 1-Oct-2010 23:36
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cafeg: did you try an alarm app instead of the default iphone one.
I use the ihandysoft one and its great..

http://www.ihandysoft.com/


yeah just tested that one and that seems to work fine ... so it seems that anything that's looking at the actual time is fine, clearly the built-in alarm is looking at things at a slightly lower level in the OS and this is where it gets messed up ... or something like that. 

i don't trust myself to remember to leave the alarm apps open before i go to bed though, so will stick with the built in one set an hour late  Wink





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  Reply # 387019 2-Oct-2010 07:39
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if you are on ios4 and above the handysoft one will go still off sjust as long as the alarm is set and turned on even if it isn't active on the screen, it runs in the background fine...
do a test and try it..

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  Reply # 390176 10-Oct-2010 16:00
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My every day repeating alarm went off today at the correct time, a first since daylight savings. I had turned it off yesterday before it went off and turned it back on last night, which is the only thing different. I don't recall any updates being done.

Is there anyone else with their alarm working properly now?




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  Reply # 390185 10-Oct-2010 16:46
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Confirmed. I just created a test alarm and it went off at the correct time.



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  Reply # 390187 10-Oct-2010 16:53
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Also confirmed that it's back to normal ...

weird, not sure why it would change now, as I think "old" daylight savings would've started last weekend, and USA / Europe don't change out of daylight savings for a few more weeks ...

but thank goodness for finding out today ... although an hours sleep-in tomorrow might have been nice too! :-)

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  Reply # 390192 10-Oct-2010 17:06
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Tested and mine seem to be back to the scheduled time too




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  Reply # 390200 10-Oct-2010 17:45
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antant: Also confirmed that it's back to normal ...

weird, not sure why it would change now, as I think "old" daylight savings would've started last weekend, and USA / Europe don't change out of daylight savings for a few more weeks ...

but thank goodness for finding out today ... although an hours sleep-in tomorrow might have been nice too! :-)


It just shows that the iOS tables are not up-to-date with our current DST law. This also happens with old Windows Mobile handsets where the latest DST patches are no applied.





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