The original Android M Developer Preview had an ugly bug with its alarm clock that would sometimes cause the snooze button to delay your alarm by a full 24 hours instead of a few minutes. Needless to say, that’s a pretty serious problem that could screw up someone’s entire day. You probably shouldn’t be trusting beta software to wake you up for your job every day, but somebody has to test these things before they go live for everyone else, right?
In the latest Android M Preview, it looks like Google has patched that issue up, which should prevent anymore oversleeping accidents for those of you testing out Android M. Or if you do oversleep, you just won’t be able to blame it on your phone anymore. Not sure if that’s a good or bad thing.
One bug squashed, one step closer to an official Android M release.
source: Android Police
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