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General Phone vibrates while in the middle of a call

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Raider2006, May 4, 2010.

  1. Raider2006

    Raider2006 Member
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    While I'm talking to someone, if I receive a text/alarm goes off/or any other notification that vibrates, the phone still vibrates even though I'm in the middle of a call. It is very annoying to have the phone vibrate while it's against my face, and the person I'm talking to can hear it as well. It just started doing this a few weeks ago, and nothing seems to fix it. Has anyone else experienced this or know of a way to fix it?

    I am running 2.1v1

    Thanks
     

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  2. Demache

    Demache Well-Known Member
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    I think there is a setting for that. I'm not sure where though.
     
  3. smacky

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    I dunno if you can disable notifications during a call, but do you really need vibration with notifications and calls? I turned mine off and it seems to have a good effect on battery as well.
     
  4. Raider2006

    Raider2006 Member
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    I prefer having vibe with notifications, if I'm at work or listening to music sometimes I can't hear anything but can only feel it.
     
  5. smacky

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    I see. I don't think there's anything for turning off notifications. Otherwise they'd just sit there or all beep at once once you got off the phone.
     
  6. cmajpwc

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    I sort of wish a tone would be audible while on a call for notifications. Just cause if I get a text or something, I don't realize it until i either look at the phone or hang up.
     
  7. Asmith1106

    Asmith1106 Well-Known Member
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    Yea there used to be a tone only with 1.5... 2.1 seemed to take that away.
    If u used handcent SMS you can opt to just have a tone. Very nice. another plus of handcent!
     
  8. Jmtegra

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    +1 hancent also fixed that for me, for text notifications.
     
  9. cornbreadfarts

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    there is a option in handcent to turn it off. but not in the stock app
     
  10. natsu

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    I hate that it does that. Whoever i'm on the phone with can hear the vibration. I always get "What was that?!"
     
  11. dragonbro

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    +1 for handcent :) you can choose to have it vibrate or play sound while on a call, or disable.
     
  12. trishuhh

    trishuhh Well-Known Member
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    Not sure what OS version you are running on your phone, but I do believe there is a setting somewhere to make it vibrate when you go in/out of roaming.

    Maybe this is your problem?
     
  13. Raider2006

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    Exactly!! I'm so glad that you understand what I'm talking about! [​IMG] Are you still using 1.5 or did you upgrade to 2.1? If so, which version are you running?
     
  14. alprazolam

    alprazolam Well-Known Member
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    I'm assuming you mean while using a bluetooth. Yes, that is very annoying. I don't mind a vibration notification with phone up to my ear because I want to know that I have a text or whatever. I can see how it would be annoying though.
     
  15. alprazolam

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    No...this is a new feature...not a bug.
     

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