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Message notification sound not in sync with vibration

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Teioch, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. Teioch

    Teioch New Member
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    I got my HTC Hero a couple of days ago and I can't help but getting a bit annoyed by the fact that whenever I receive a message my phone gives off the double vibrate buzz, followed by most often just a second of silence before the message sound 'pling' goes off. The pause between the vibration buzz seems a bit random and I have experienced it pausing for up to like 10 seconds before a sound plays. I cannot see that this is supposed to happen.. What's wrong?

    My phone has build version 2.73.405.6 (which confuses me a bit since HTC webpages says that the newest build version is 2.73.405.5).
     

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  2. paulcox5

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    This happens to me a lot. Not sure why though.
     
  3. midge37

    midge37 Well-Known Member
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    Have the same problem, especially with emails. On some occasions I'm actually reading the mail before the sound has gone off!!
     
  4. gooner rich

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    Have the same problem too. Just thought this was one of the hero's 'quirky' behaviors!:)
     
  5. Bhav

    Bhav Well-Known Member
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    Get this too. I think it's lag associated with stuff running in the background etc because it never happens if I receive messages shortly after turning on my phone on. It's usually after quite a bit of use.

    So a solution is just to restart your phone once in a while.
     
  6. antipesto93

    antipesto93 Well-Known Member
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  7. Olivia.Love

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    get task killer
     
  8. Bhav

    Bhav Well-Known Member
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    No, don't get a task killer. It will cause even more problems.
     
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