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Support My Razr Stutters When it Says "Droid"

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by monicakm, Aug 29, 2012.

  1. monicakm

    monicakm Well-Known Member
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    It says "Dro-Droid. It's a recent thing. Any ideas?
    Thanks
     

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  2. iploya

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    LOL. <clicks "Like" button>
     
  3. MasterGadgets

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    Get it a speech therapist. LOL

    Sorry, I could not resist.
     
  4. monicakm

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    Oh come on guys! I'm serious :eek: Surely I can't be the only Andriod owner that has a Droid with a speech impediment!
     
  5. razrclive

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    How you get it to says it then
     
  6. monicakm

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    Don't understand the question, but I didn't do anything to "get" it to stutter...it does it all by it's little self.
    And it doesn't always do it. It's as tho when I have more than one notification, the one doesn't let the other finish talking before he butts in :D
    Seriously tho, something isn't right and I was hoping to find out what I could do to fix it.

     
  7. razrclive

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    Just to see if I get the same problem I need to know how you got the phone to say 'droid'. As I can't find how to get the phone to actually say 'Droid'.
     
  8. Briandpeters

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    Go to alerts in the sounds settings...there's one called "Droid"
     
  9. razrclive

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    Seems that alert tone has gone in ICS so cannot test problem. Sorry
     
  10. monicakm

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    I have ICS. The Driod notification is there. I don't necessarily think it's that particular sound, I think it's more a case of more than one notification coming in at one time, but, it must not be ALL notifications because they don't all stutter. Next time it does it, I'll pay more attention to what the notification was.
     
  11. rnlcomp

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    Did you do a factory reset after installing the ICS update? If not do it, it will fix any and everything that may not be working properly.
     
  12. Briandpeters

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    I've also got ICS, just got my phone a week ago. The Droid alert was set as default
     
  13. monicakm

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    Yes I did. :)

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
  14. monicakm

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    Okay, my phone stuttered again today. I looked in the notification area and saw two tapatalk notifications. I guess I can live with it. :D

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
  15. r9ball

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    I think it would be neat to have a stuttering Droid sound,,,,hmm,, maybe a little editing of the sound file is needed! Interesting to hear if anyone gets figured out why yours does it though.
    Good LLLuck
     
  16. quickaudi

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    Not surprising - I doubt that there are timers that allow for notification complete setting to set before another one is allowed to play. This is because you can use any notification sound, therefore any length, that you want. If you want a 3 minute song as your notification, the system would be active for 6 minutes playing your song. Instead, it handles them as they come. Rather efficient.

    It's similar to how the LED can be set up to notify you of an incoming text, email, etc., and all with different colors. However, unless you configure it to do so, the LED will only show the last notification - i.e., if you get 10 text messages and an email right after them, it will notify you of the email.
     
  17. goldrush28

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    Have you downloaded or watched the movie "The King's Speech" on your phone ?
     

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