- CrackBerry Addict
11-02-2011, 02:58 PM #5
- 575 Posts
+1 for MeterBerry, my phone schedules to reset daily @ 7AM so when I wake up, it's fresh.
The #1 drawback for MeterBerry (at least for me), I'm always watching the memory and get all annoyed when it drops -20+ megs.... Damn Storm habits! lol
- CrackBerry Abuser
11-03-2011, 11:15 AM #6
- 375 Posts
Q: Why can't MeterBerry perform a scheduled reset when the phone is locked, holstered, or off?
A: Due to operating system limitations, a scheduled reset cannot be performed while the phone is locked or holstered.
- 11-03-2011, 11:55 AM #7
I also use deReset, particularly for the flexible scheduler. I don't want to reboot EVERY day, nor do I want to reboot once per week. deReset has options for in-between.
Along with on-demand reboots of course.Klotar
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- CrackBerry Abuser
- 243 Posts
I've just bought my copy of MeterBerry...
Set it to daily soft reset at 5.45 AM using reset mode '3'
The thing is, the auto-reset only works one time AFTER a hard reset. After that, it would not work anymore. It would only shows "Resetting device...." and thats it. Some other time, it would show some kind of message that says that I need to hold my power button to fully restart my device.
Which then, I would have to hard reset my device. And the next morning, taadaa... auto reset works. Next day, it didnt work anymore.
( I did make sure I did not lock/standby my phone before going to sleep )
how about anyone else using meterberry?
- 11-17-2011, 07:55 AM #10
+1 for deReset. Been using it, since it came out. I was a big fan of QP, but they never seem to get it working right for OS5+.No one can hear you scream in cyberspace.
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