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Support how to turn off vibrate when a call connects?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bluntegg, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. bluntegg

    bluntegg Newbie
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    searched around for this, couldn't find anything.

    whenever I dial a number, it rings, then when the other person answers, my phone quickly vibrates. kind of annoying. I looked here and in all my settings, couldn't find an option to turn it off.

    can anyone help me? :thinking:

    I'm on the rogers version of the G1.

    Thanks!
     

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  2. punkzanyj

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    Sounds like there's something wrong with your phone if it's doing that. Mine has never done that.
     
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    bluntegg Newbie
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    lol man i hope not!!
    i called rogers tech support, the guy said he knows what i'm talking about, but had no idea where to turn it off.

    I guess if it's kind of sweet if I dial and don't hold the phone to my ear if i'm walking or something, then i know when to listen to the person isn't like HELLO?!

    probably some stupid htc/rogers thing, oh well.
     
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    nor it's definitely no a problem with the phone. that is supposed to happen but I don't know how to shut it off. kind of nice if you're using a bluetooth headset.
     
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    Yeah, I'd say it's a rogers thing because my t-mobile G1 doesn't do that.
     
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