A couple of how-to's

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    A couple of how-to's

    Had my phone for some days now.. Love it!

    Questons:
    How do I:

    - make it vibrate on calls when in silence mode, but not otherwise? (Setting/app?)
    - turn off the vibration while typing?


    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elvis1 View Post
    - turn off the vibration while typing?
    In Settings, Language & Keyboard Settings, Android Keyboard Settings, Vibrate on keypress - SHOULD get rid of the vibration while typing. But not all interactive vibrations. :nexusx:

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    Thank you!

    So, last question remains:
    How do I make my phone vibrate on incoming calls and texts when sound is offm but not vibrate while sound is on?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elvis1 View Post
    Thank you!

    So, last question remains:
    How do I make my phone vibrate on incoming calls and texts when sound is offm but not vibrate while sound is on?

    Thanks!
    you should be able to do this using the following:

    1. enable a ringtone and disable vibration settings for the phone (Sound & Display settings) and text (Messaging settings).
    2. use the volume rocker to lower the ringtone volume until you feel the vibration (and see the vibration icon)
    3. now your phone should vibrate on incoming calls and new text messages.

    hope this helps.

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    Hmm... this doesn't work actually?? Any profile apps that can do the trick, perhaps??

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