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  1. mycuzinvinny

    mycuzinvinny Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am coming from the Incredible 4g and like many things about the Maxx. I have had to adjust to the size, but I am getting use to it.

    One of the features I liked about my Incredible was its strong vibration when getting calls/texts.

    With the Maxx, though, the vibration is pretty weak, almost undetectable. Is there a 3rd party app to increase the strength of the vibration or will it take rooting the phone to be able to do this?

    I have a few days left in my 14 day window, does anyone else have this issue?
     

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    Many of us are coming from the Galaxy Nexus. Compared to the Gnex, this thing is earth rattling. The Gnex had the faintest vibration on any phone.
     
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    CKwik240 Well-Known Member

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    There is a setting under sounds where you can change the vibration pattern. Doesn't change the intensity, but it may help it become more noticeable.
     
  4. mistermojorizi

    mistermojorizi Well-Known Member

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    mine was pretty strong. i find the maxx is ok, but short.
     
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    tbhausen Well-Known Member

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    I like the Maxx vibration. Motorola seems to know the difference between a buzzer and a vibrator. Most phones make so much noise while vibrating that an entire conference room can hear them. Have you ever heard an iPhone vibrate on a conference table? Why not just turn the ringer up all the way, instead? There's no difference. The Maxx gets this feature right. Instead of a more audible buzz, the Maxx gives more of a low-frequency rumble that most people won't hear. Score one for Motorola in the common-sense design column.
     
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    I think it's weak. My gnex had a stronger vibrate. Vibrate on this reminds me of Motorola iden devices 6 years ago.
     
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    I just picked up a Maxx and have to same problem and will probably have to return it unless I figure something out. I previously had htc Verizon Droid. The different vibrate "patterns" do not increase the ability to detect. I went with the Maxx because the battery life is reasonable. Not so much on the smaller phones. Since my my phone is always on vibrate, this is a major problem.
     

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