--New system plugin
--Fixed 5.03 GEN-C
**New alarm music (Name:alarm.mp3)
**New PIC1 & ICON0
**Sleep mod fixed
*Works on 5.50 GEN-X,5.03 GEN-X,CFWEnabler,5.00 M33-X
* Sleep Mode Alarm with support for custom MP3 Audio file.
* Power Off Mode Alarm that plays sound in XMB. (Plugin Required - Seperate Package)
* Uses 12 Hour Time system (AM/PM), no more Confusing time conversions
* Display's Hour's and Minutes remaining as the Alarm time is being set; updated in real time.
* Alarm can be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes in future, Check for (Invalid - Readjust message).
* Alarm Accurate to the Second.
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