Option to turn off airplane mode automatically when waked up


#1

From Halil on 2014/09/18 19:56:19 +0000

I think most users who have chosen the option that the airplane mode is automatically turned on during sleep tracking intent that the airplane mode also automatically switch off again when you woke up.


Copied from original feature request: http://urbandroid.uservoice.com/forums/264867-sleep-as-android/suggestions/6456335-option-to-turn-off-airplane-mode-automatically-whe


#2

From Andrew on 2016/03/30 10:25:16 +0000

What is the latest on this? Have a rooted phone with the Xposed plug in and while Airplane mode does turn on properly when Sleep mode begins, it does not turn off automatically on Wakeup. Seems like that is really what automatic means – both the on AND the off. Thank you.


#3

From Gene Pavlovsky on 2015/09/03 13:24:00 +0000

I'm using Sleep on Android 4.3, I've got Xposed framework installed with "Jelly bean 4.x airplane mode helper" module. I've selected "Automatic" airplane mode setting in Sleep, when I enable sleep tracking, the airplane mode is activated. But when the alarm sounds and I turn it off, phone stays in airplane mode. Many times I forgot to turn Airplane mode off manually and miss a call or a message. It really should be an option to auto-activate and auto-deactivate airplane mode.


#4

From Jason Fracaro on 2015/05/29 09:01:16 +0000

Can we revisit this topic now with Lollipop? If there is a permissions issue, can we borrow some ideas from Greenify and use the Accessibility permissions under Settings to allow Sleep for Android to enable/disable Airplane mode?

OR

For users that are rooted, can we again make this a viable option along with other options throughout the app for users with root access?


#5

From Jason Khoo on 2014/10/28 00:22:52 +0000

Meaning that, we need the beta release become official only we will have this feature?


#6

From Ben Purbrick on 2014/10/24 22:06:05 +0000

After the alarm goes off it should turn off airplane mode. this should be an option for each alarm. Some days/times I just don't want to be disturbed while asleep/napping and other times I do.


#7

From Cysioland on 2014/10/02 17:30:49 +0000

Very useful, particularily with NFC captcha


#8

From Anonymous on 2014/09/26 08:45:25 +0000

>>"I think most users"
But how many? Better would be to make both airplane off and airplane on a selectable versus automatic. I don't want airplane mode turned on.