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Tips EVO annoying vibrating on incoming calls

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by luigic81, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. luigic81

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    I LOVE my EVO, but I have all my notifications set to vibrate which I like, except when I recieve an incoming phone call, instead of just vibrating every 2 seconds or so, the thing goes into bezerk crazy vibrate mode, it's quite annoying and loud. Especially if I am sitting in a meeting and I get a call, every other phone I've had in my life just vibrates every few seconds, until it either goes to voicemail, or I ignore the call to stop the vibrating. So is there anyway to keep the EVO from vibrating so ferociously? :D
    I mean it doesnt even stop to breathe just one vibrate right after another
     

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    So what's the difference if it vibrates non stop, or every few seconds? If you are in a meeting or something important, the phone should be off or on silent. And you do know, if you hit any of the buttons it stops the vibrating.
     
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    hard to explain ish is really annoying , anyone know if it's possible to change that
     
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    The only way to change it is to turn it off.
     
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    I think there's an app called Cerbroid Vibrate Ringer that can help fix it. You can choose a different vibrate pattern for calls.
     
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    awesome thanks!!
     
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