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Support Vibrate and Ring?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by frishmans92, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. frishmans92

    frishmans92 Active Member
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    Well, I obviously just got my Droid. I'm a long time blackberry user, so I'm used to it's lay out. So my deal is, I want to be able to have my phone do everything and vibrate when it's in "vibrate mode" but when I have it set to ringer of any sort, I don't want it to vibrate at all, even during my texts.

    What can I change to let this work? Right now, I have selected "vibrate also for notifications of SMS." where it'll ring and vibrate. I just want it to ring during "ring mode" and vibrate only during "vibrate mode"

    help?
     

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  2. insertnewsn

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    Just like the other post you made, I'm looking for this functionality as well without the use of the app Ring Toggle. (This means I would not only have to put my phone to sound mode when needed, but I would then have go into Ring Toggle and change it to "ring only" so the vibrations will stop

    Can anyone help?
     
  3. centax1

    centax1 Active Member
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    If you turn off all the vib setting in settings then use the volume rocker to go to vibe mode you should be good.
     
  4. tailwheel

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    Can't seem to disable the vibe when dialing a phone number. I have all vibration settings turned off on settings.
     
  5. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian
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    When dialing? As in whenever you type in any app and it vibrates when typing / pressing buttons?

    That is in a different - the Haptic feedback setting....

    Or are you referring to something else?
     
  6. tailwheel

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    Sorry, I am talking about haptic feedback. I realize the OP was talking about vib on notifications (phone, messaging, etc...) and not haptic feedback. I did turn off haptic feedback. This does turn off vibrate (haptic feedback) for most things but for some reason does not for the phone dialpad - open Phone and when entering a phone number on the dial pad, I still get haptic/vibrate feedback.
     

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