Need a way to set custom timers on andriod for training routine.

Bryce Demar

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Hello, I am needing a way to have the following happen with a timer/alarm.

Start Timer -
Wait 5 mins -
Notify me 5 mins is up with a sound -

Wait 30 Seconds -
Notify me 30 seconds is up -
Wait 2 Mins -
Notify me 2 mins is up.


I need the part after the 5 minute timer to loop 4 times.

This is for a conditioning routine that i'd like to time myself on via my phone.
I need it to be hands-free other than me starting the timer. And need audio feedback on when the timers end and a new one starts. Does anyone know of any aps that do this?
 

gardenman

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Hi, try this app out:

Multi Timer StopWatch
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jee.timer&hl=en_US

I downloaded/installed through the Play Store and did the following:

- Delete all example timers.
- Create your own timers for 5 minutes, 30 seconds, then 2 minutes. Create more 30 seconds and 2 minutes timers (as many as you need). Note -- you can click on the menu (3 dots) for each timer and choose Duplicate to create a new copy of a timer.
- On the top/right menu (3 dots), click on New Group.
- Click the top/left of each timer to add a check mark to add it to the group.
- Click the big check mark at the top once you've got all timers selected.
- Enter group name and click check mark again.
- At the bottom click on Group settings.
- Turn Sequential operation on.

You may need to go to the menu for each timer and choose Edit and change the Timer alarm duration to a smaller number, such as 10 seconds.

Now just start the first timer and if everything is in the correct order it should do what you asked.
 

gardenman

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Jun 16, 2016
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Hi, try this app out:

Multi Timer StopWatch
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jee.timer&hl=en_US

I downloaded/installed through the Play Store and did the following:

- Delete all example timers.
- Create your own timers for 5 minutes, 30 seconds, then 2 minutes. Create more 30 seconds and 2 minutes timers (as many as you need). Note -- you can click on the menu (3 dots) for each timer and choose Duplicate to create a new copy of a timer.
- On the top/right menu (3 dots), click on New Group.
- Click the top/left of each timer to add a check mark to add it to the group.
- Click the big check mark at the top once you've got all timers selected.
- Enter group name and click check mark again.
- At the bottom click on Group settings.
- Turn Sequential operation on.

You may need to go to the menu for each timer and choose Edit and change the Timer alarm duration to a smaller number, such as 10 seconds.

Now just start the first timer and if everything is in the correct order it should do what you asked.
 
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