Alarm App (an actual alarm)

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  1. Mr530

    Mr530 New Member

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    Is there anyway to get an alarm application that will play my own songs and come out of the headphones? This should be fairly easy to make, or edit the old one i'm guessing. I'm just dissapointed that this feature was available on my old ipod and not this one.
  2. asado111

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    wait the alarm works w/o the headphones??
  3. aznk3n

    aznk3n New Member

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    it does but its not loud enough
  4. DJ Xander

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    umm.. not yet... but i managed to change the ones that were preloaded... its not music or anything but u go into the alarms.plist and change all the numbers (which stand for a pitch of sound) and u can basically make ur own. mines a high -pitch screech to wake me up in the morning lol its all set at 5000
  5. asado111

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    can u give us a tutorial on this?


    hmm it seems that my alarm doesnt even ring..
  6. DJ Xander

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    i only know how on a mac... but here it is:

    1. Using whatever means (sftp, cyberduck, w.e.) navigate to /Library/Alarms and get the Alarms.plist

    2. Place this file under your username (on the sidebar) and go to terminal in the utilities folder in applications

    3. Make a backup of Alarms.plist just in case you make a mistake (right click, duplicate, and move this to your desktop).

    4. Open Terminal and convert the file from Binary to XML with the following command
    plutil -convert xml1 Alarms.plist
    Open the file in a text editor of your choice (preferably text edit do this by right clicking it, go to open with then other, choose text edit)

    5. there will be a list with a huge string of numbers... these numbers are the pitch (0 being no sound, 1 being lowest pitch, infinitely high but it cant handle much past 5000)

    6. you can change these numbers to your hearts content but in order to make a song you will have to spend hours... but i just set mine all at a high level to screech (*may damage speaker*)

    7. When done save it then go back to terminal and type:
    plutil -convert binary1 Alarms.plist

    8. now click and drag it back to the /Library/Alarms area where you originally got the Alarms.plist from and replace it... now reboot ( i dont like waiting so i just go to summerboard and restart my springboard at the bottom)

    9. go to clock then timer, and tap when timer ends ( if u edited alarm 1, the first one, then it will be time passing that you changed) tap your alarm and listen to ur work...
  7. asado111

    asado111 New Member

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    anyone know a guide for windows??
  8. asado111

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    this is wut i get wen i open the .plist in text editor...
  9. asado111

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    anyone have an idea on how to do this on windows!?
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    word homie

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