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Last edited on 2010-10-06 16:29:28 by YuriDario [Release 1.4: New periodic background updates.]
Additions:
Like most Android applications, g-Lock must be installed from the Android Market. Installation steps do not differ from standard installation phases.
- Android 2.0, 2.1, 2.2
Since release 1.4, a new periodic background update option has been added: once enabled, the phone interfaces will be periodically reactivated for 1 minute, to allow your background apps to sync or update their data.
~~1) //Periodic updates// allows periodic background updates (uses same delay of //Off delay// option).
Deletions:
Like most Android applications, SleepyBattery must be installed from the Android Market. Installation steps do not differ from standard installation phases.
- Android 2.0, 2.1


Revision [618]

Edited on 2010-07-09 17:27:31 by YuriDario [Corrected app name.]
Additions:
Like most Android applications, SleepyBattery must be installed from the Android Market. Installation steps do not differ from standard installation phases.
Deletions:
Like most Android applications, g-Lock must be installed from the Android Market. Installation steps do not differ from standard installation phases.


Revision [590]

Edited on 2010-04-21 21:32:59 by YuriDario [Release 1.3.1: AndAppStore support. Ringtone play stops after 10 seconds.]
Additions:
Currently it can power off the following interfaces: Bluetooth, WiFi, auto sync mode, APN for background data exchange, Airplane mode.
If you cannot access Android Market paid apps, you can now purchase this application from [[http://andappstore.com AndAppStore]], Apps for every Android device.
While Bluetooth and Wifi interfaces can be really powered off, there isn't a way to fully disable background data exchange of Android devices. SleepyBattery can get a similar result by disabling the APN (access point name) of your telephony carrier.
With Android 2.x, it is now possible to control auto sync feature; doing so, you can stop Google Apps automatic sync (but only for them).
~~1) //Auto sync// (Android 2.x only);
~- SleepyBattery powers down an interface only if it is active, and it will store the result to properly power on it; if other programs are controlling the same interface, SleepyBattery will power on the interface again regardless of what has been done by other programs.
~- SleepyBattery will not power off an interface not active at idle detection: then, the same interface will not powered at screen on event.
Initial release
Guillame Gay - french translation
Herwig Bauerfeind - german translation
Elbert Pol - dutch translation
==(section7)Screenshots==
""<div>
<table borders="0">
<tr>
<td><a href="/images/SleepyBattery/sh1.png">
<img class="left" src="/images/SleepyBattery/.thumbnails/sh1.png" alt="s1 - Main User Interface" title="s1 - Main User Interface" /></a>
<td><a href="/images/SleepyBattery/sh2.png">
<img class="left" src="/images/SleepyBattery/.thumbnails/sh2.png" alt="s2 - Settings" title="s2 - Settings" /></a>
</tr>
</table>
</div>""
Deletions:
Currently it can power off the following interfaces: Bluetooth, WiFi, APN for background data exchange and sync mode, Airplane mode.
While Bluetooth and Wifi interfaces can be really powered off, there isn't a way to disable background data exchange and autosync features of Android devices. SleepyBattery can get a similar result by disabling the APN (access point name) of your telephony carrier.
Initial release, base accelerometer control


Revision [533]

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