Etiquette, the ringer/airplane mode restorer, v1.4.0 has been released. In this release you can get a list of existing timers and cancel them (note that this will not revert the mode, it’ll simply prevent Etiquette from automatically restoring). The restore dialog is also more useful (shows both number of hours/minutes and the actual time the restore will occur. Finally, for pre-Froyo (Android 2.2) users, the vibration control options (Force Vibrate, Ignore Vibrate) are back!
Etiquette, the ringer/airplane mode restorer, v1.2.0 has been released. New in this release is the ability to “survive” reboots. So for example you get on a plane and turn on Airplane mode. Etiquette asks when to restore and you say “6 hours”. While in flight you decide to turn your phone off for a few hours. When you turn the phone back on Etiquette will restore the timer and radios will be restored when those initial 6 hours pass. Inspired by the Nexus-S rebooting itself several times a day this last week :(
Etiquette, the ringer/airplane mode restorer, v1.1.0 has been released. This release now works with froyo and gingerbread, co-exists with openintent audio update enabled apps such as Volume Locker and AMM, and fixes several long standing bugs.
Update: please note that this upgrade is not automatic. You will need to uninstall the previous version before installing the new one.
Etiquette, the ringer/airplane mode restorer, v1.0 is out. This release includes options for over riding silent mode with vibrate mode, and remembering the last timer used. It also cleans up a the Restore dialog and fixes all known bugs.
Etiquette, the ringer/airplane mode restorer, has been updated with a custom time picker dialog and better messaging. It will now also restart automatically when you reboot the phone so you don’t have to remember to start it.
My first android application is a ringer/airplane mode restorer called Etiquette. It’s a feature I’ve always wanted in my phones in the past. Etiquette is a very simple little app and doesn’t require the user to change their behavior at all.