General Vibration question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Xcalibur, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. Xcalibur

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    I was thinking of buying the eris but one thing i'm particular on is the phones vibration strength, I usually keep on vibrate because i'm working or I have my mp3 on, so can anyone tell me is it strong enough to know when i'm getting a call? thanks
     

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  2. Ataranine

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    Not very strong at all, unless you have tight pockets and they make the phone hug your leg lol. Sometimes I hear the damn vibration rather than feel it. xD
    It's louder than it is strong.
     
  3. stmartin84

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    Maybe we can hook a electronic shock up to it so we get a little jolt every time it vibrates. lol
     
  4. DDustiNN

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    It is very weak and I hate it :(

    Instead, I just turn my ringer volume down to the lowest audible setting. Then I can still hear it in the office, and it doesn't disturb others.

    The only time I put it on vibrate is at the movies or something, where it doesn't matter because I wouldn't be answering it anyway.
     
  5. thetomlin2

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  6. superchaos

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    If this was Caddyman's forum, there would only be 3 threads....lol
     
  7. Caddyman

    Caddyman Well-Known Member
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    That was the first time I ever did that in a thread. Most of the time I am defending someone who made a dup thread. I just posted that for reference really.
     

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