Mikerowaved wrote:I installed the app and checked it when I got to church. Sure enough, it put my phone on vibrate, which was my option. While still at church, I accidentally bumped the volume button which overrode your app and put it back on ringer. Nothing I did could get your app to change my phone back to vibrate. I even powered down my phone and powered it up again, but it still showed the ringer was on. I didn't have a chance to uninstall and reinstall the app to see if that fixed it, but that was next on my list.
The app worked as expected in your case. It saves the current state before changing your ringer and will remember this even if the phone is powered off. The app will not get triggered again until you leave the chapel. Which is when it will return to the state which was saved. I did this for a few reasons but mainly, if you change your ringer manually, I'm going to assume you did this on purpose and need the ringer on during church so I don't want to override your decision.
Your assumption was correct though, if you uninstalled and reinstalled, it would forget that you're already walked into church and would put your ringer on vibrate but ideally you would just set the ringer back to vibrate if it was manually taken off of vibrate. Hope that makes sense