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Preset Reset 4

by Jason Robitaille Sun, 14 Feb 2010 8:59 am EST
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Schedules device resets with added option for time sync. As you can see from the screenshot, you get to specify which days of the week you want the reset to occur. Then of course, you specify what time you want the reset.

I've added post-reset options as well, like turning the screen off, and time syncing. In the app's menu, I've included a time sync button if you want to sync for yourself.

For those wondering, this is the process of events for resets:

  1. 1 minute before reset time, a notification area popup will appear counting down the 60 seconds. There's also 2 button: one that will delay countdown 10 additional minutes and one that will cancel that day's reset.
  2. The reset will occur on time after the countdown completes
  3. 5 minutes after the reset starts (I figured that's be enough time for a reset to full complete), the post-reset actions will happen.


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The post reset action (ver 0.2.2) also features launching an app. However I have to type the app by the app "ID"

Can you please clarify what is an "App ID"?

I type the app name as seen in the launcher but that app never launched


Hi again.

Found your thread in the Forums (on Preset Reset) and also understood about App "ID".


I tried installing the app via preware. It does not appear in the launcher and preware thinks it is installed. Tapping "Launch" in prepared does nothing. Tapping "Remove" just get me a spinning wheel. Any thoughts on how to either reinstall or remove the app?

I installed on my Palm Pre+ a while ago. If I remember correctly, it required a device restart before Preset Reset was available to launch. I imagine, it would also require a restart before you would be able to uninstall.

Forgive me, but it's early in the morning and I'm not up and ready to try it on my device to see if that is indeed the ... /yawn... case.