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Old August 29th, 2010, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So my phone doesn't vibrate with sms notifications..i checked the settings and its supposed to, but its not. My phone vibrates when I get phone calls so I'm confused.

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Old September 1st, 2010, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Seems to be a fairly common bug.. I had it twice. First time I did a factory reset. When it happened again I did some more research and found that an app called "quick settings" that is free on the market could be used to fix it. Worked like a charm for me.
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Old September 1st, 2010, 04:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You don't need an app to fix it! There are two settings for this. The one you checked and this:

Open messages>menu>settings>check mark the vibrate option

The one in system setting won't do it it's in the text app itself
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Seems to me I tried that. I tried everything. *shrug* I liked the quick settings app anyway and kept it
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You don't need an app to fix it! There are two settings for this. The one you checked and this:

Open messages>menu>settings>check mark the vibrate option

The one in system setting won't do it it's in the text app itself
Doesn't seem to be giving me any joy either.

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Wow, this was also driving me nuts. I did the quick settings app and now the vibration notifications seems to work fine. Thanks Madwolf....
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You don't need an app to fix it! There are two settings for this. The one you checked and this:

Open messages>menu>settings>check mark the vibrate option

The one in system setting won't do it it's in the text app itself
then it just vibrates once...any way to make it vibrate more than once without an app?
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Same issue with mine, and I have it set to vibrate on everything. I'm also running low on storage space so I'd rather not install an app.
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Old March 14th, 2011, 12:09 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'm on Cyanogenmod7, and it seems to be a bug, once you raise the volume manually, the setting will reset, so no matter what, it resets itself to no vibrate..
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I'm on Cyanogenmod7, and it seems to be a bug, once you raise the volume manually, the setting will reset, so no matter what, it resets itself to no vibrate..
go to settings> profiles> default> (anyofthem)> vibrate> on
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I'm on Cyanogenmod7, and it seems to be a bug, once you raise the volume manually, the setting will reset, so no matter what, it resets itself to no vibrate..
go to settings> profiles> default> (anyofthem)> vibrate> on
I'm also on CM7 now and I've noticed that sometimes my phone doesn't vibrate when i get text messages. I'll try this setting and hopefully it will set SMS to vibrate all the time.
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