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Old January 2nd, 2013, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How can I log/discover what is triggering vibrations?

I have GS3/4.2 and I am well-acquainted with my apps and their individual notufication settings.

I've ruled-out Facebook as a/the culprit.

Is there an app/utility that can trap or log calls made to the device's notifier functions?

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If you look in your status bar at the top it will tell you what apps have notifications, meaning if you heard a vibration it was probably for one of the things in the status bar.
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I had to go through every setting but I found one that had a vibration setting. Sorry don't remember where, just open setting and start at the top.
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If you phone is vibrating randomly it could be an app crashing. It's typically 1 long vibrate, followed by 2 short. Normally you would see a force close dialog too but sometimes strange things can happen.
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