Important Release Notes
Below are some current issues with Alerts that you should
be aware of:
You do not need to uninstall version
1.0 to install version 2.0
You need to install v2.0 in the same
memory location (i.e. "Phone" or "Storage Card") as v1.0 in order
for 2.0 to see your existing data file (alert list).
If you are using the data file from
v1.0, due to a data format change, you need to re-specify the
days-of-the-week for any weekly alerts you have.
There is a new "View Recurring
Reminders" filter option, which is not enabled by default for
existing users. So, please click Menu....View...View Recurring
Reminders to see any recurring reminders.
Orange Phone Customers
- If you are an Orange phone customer, and you get an error similar
to "This application does not have sufficient rights to install..."
when you try to install Alerts, then you might need to "Unlock" your
phone so it will allow you to install Alerts. Just go to
This Page and follow the directions to unlock your Orange phone.
Motorola Q Users
Bluetooth switching: There appears to be a bug in Q devices
that does not allow third-party apps to change the bluetooth
mode. If anyone knows of a third-party app that can switch the
bluetooth mode on a Q, please
Let Me Know so I
can find out how they did it.
- Nextel i930 Users
- The below website offers a way to unlock your phone so you can
install unsigned apps! (like Vnotes) -
- T-Mobile SDA Users
- The below pages offer a way to application unlock your
phone so you can install non-digitally signed apps:
Request a FREE Trial-Extension code -
If you got caught up with other things
and find yourself running out of trial days before you are able to
really dig into Alerts!, have no fear - just
request a FREE Trial Extension Code
Helpful Tip - Remember to check out the
Alerts! support forum for helpful info and tips for using
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