Any way to delete all alarms at once on clock app?

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  1. Diptote

    Diptote New Member

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    I use my clock app that comes with the firmware for reminders all the time and so i turn on lots of alarms. i wanna know if there is something from cydia that lets u delete all the alarms at once instead of one by one?
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    Not as far as I know. Do you really have that many alarms that it takes too long to turn them all off?
  3. Happyman7

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    No, there is no and probably never will be enough demand for it, so developers wouldn't bother with it.
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    just out of intrest, how many alarms do you have?
  5. Unregistered

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    when i upgraded my software from 3.1.2 to 4.0 on my touch 2nd gen the alarms multiplied for instance my 1:00 a.m. alarm instead of the one alarm there are fifty or more 1:00 a.m. alarms and all of my alarms are the same. so theres like 500 or more alarms.
  6. JamesT

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    If you really wanted to you may be able to with ssh
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    Savvy

    You actually CAN DELETE MULTIPLE ALARMS at once and this update glitch created a HUGE need for a way to do this. This is what you do: #1 click on SETTINGS application; #2 click on GENERAL; #3 click on RESET; and #4 click on RESET ALL SETTINGS. It will erase your assigned ringtones, wallpaper, screen brightness (general settings) also, but if your alarms looped the way mine did (about 400,000 of them!), it's worth reassigning ringtones, etc. to get rid of the alarms! Good luck!!
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    Siri will do it for you. I just had her erase 25 of them at once. No need to go and reset everything! Ha ha! Wow...
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    No Siri on iPod touch 2G.
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    Obviously I was referring to the 4s iPhone or newer.

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