1. Smudgie's Avatar
    Just upgraded to ICS and really like it. One thing that I need to do is turn off my email notifications at night. I get spam email in the middle of the night and do not need to be woken up for that. I would like to be able to get text messages at night. With Gingerbread I was able to use Timeriffic to accomplish this. With ICS Timerific does not appear to work with this feature. Is there any way to turn off email notifications at night other than manually going into settings and doing this? Thanks
    07-01-2012 07:58 AM
  2. fatboy97's Avatar
    Suggestion: Use SmartAction... turn off Background data... this will stop any emails, but still allow text messages... plus you can do a lot more if you want to including setting Ringer Volume and VIP calling.
    07-01-2012 08:48 AM
  3. Helloneumann's Avatar
    Just upgraded to ICS and really like it. One thing that I need to do is turn off my email notifications at night. I get spam email in the middle of the night and do not need to be woken up for that. I would like to be able to get text messages at night. With Gingerbread I was able to use Timeriffic to accomplish this. With ICS Timerific does not appear to work with this feature. Is there any way to turn off email notifications at night other than manually going into settings and doing this? Thanks
    In timeriffic settings under experimental check that. In ICS apparently ringer volume and notification volume are tied together. That's why you see unsupported for notifications in timeriffic until you check the experimental feature. I had smart actions set to turn off background sync last night and it didn't work. I still got email and fb notifications. I started a thread about this. Tonight will find out if timeriffic works with the experimental checked. Hope so, hate getting woken up in the middle of the night.
    07-01-2012 04:15 PM
  4. Froalskiner#WN's Avatar
    Is timeriffic better than SmartActions?
    07-01-2012 05:14 PM
  5. Helloneumann's Avatar
    Is timeriffic better than SmartActions?
    For me right now it is. The smart action to disable background sync isn't working for me.
    07-01-2012 05:34 PM
  6. jake_v's Avatar
    Did the link mode in timerific work for you? My D4 just upgraded to ICS today and am curious about this. I don't want to get email notifications but need the ringer to work since I'm on call this week
    08-13-2012 10:22 PM
  7. Helloneumann's Avatar
    Did the link mode in timerific work for you? My D4 just upgraded to ICS today and am curious about this. I don't want to get email notifications but need the ringer to work since I'm on call this week
    So far yes.
    08-14-2012 08:33 AM
  8. Ivan Pavlov's Avatar
    If you use a calendar, your phone already has all the info it needs about when to mute itself - "lecture", "ball game", "family dinner" are all events which require different ringer volumes. Why not have that calendar automatically manage your volume? Here's an Android app that seamlessly does so:

    Eventador: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...arringervolume

    Eventador, also an Android app, hooks into your existing calendar, and seamlessly mutes (and restores!) your phone during selected events. No more duplicate events!
    02-04-2013 05:23 AM
  9. 808Mobi's Avatar
    I use Ringleader. I set up a night profile that sets all notifications to silent except for phone. Works like a charm.

    Sent from my AT100 using Tapatalk HD
    02-09-2013 09:09 PM
  10. chairwolf's Avatar
    Just upgraded to ICS and really like it. One thing that I need to do is turn off my email notifications at night. I get spam email in the middle of the night and do not need to be woken up for that. I would like to be able to get text messages at night. With Gingerbread I was able to use Timeriffic to accomplish this. With ICS Timerific does not appear to work with this feature. Is there any way to turn off email notifications at night other than manually going into settings and doing this? Thanks
    Llama can do this, or SmartActions. SmartActions are simpler to set up, but Llama is much more powerful. Also, Tasker can do it, but Tasker is an entire world to learn, so don't bother with it unless you want to automate LOTS of stuff and have time to learn it.

    I'd start with SmartActions, and if you find that you like it and want to do more stuff, get Llama. You'll like it!

    Hope this helps.

    Bob
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    02-18-2013 07:49 PM
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