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    Phone no longer vibrates on Text Messages?

    Running SS 4.6 stock theme with ADW. Love the ROM.

    All the sudden my phone no longer vibrates when I get a text. I go into Handcents settings and it still set to vibrate. Ideas?
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    No one has any ideas?
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    It seems nobody else is having this issue ... and I have never used Handcent, so I can't tell you if that's the issue or not ...
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    I don't use handscent either. I used something else when I wanted different color LED, but Chevy's tools has taken care of that.
    I use the audiomanager widget on one of my 5 screens on launcher pro, and it has a checkbox under ringer volume and notification volume. Great app, give it a look.
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    I uninstalled Handcent and still wasn't getting notifications under the stock messaging app. Could it be theme related?

    I'm wiping data/cache and reinstalling now.

    I'm using ROM Manager... choosing

    4.6, 1.25ulv, dark alt theme.

    Crossing fingers.
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    Maybe Theme related?

    Wiping Cache/Data on a clean install didn't seem to work.
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    Probably a silly question - but you had vibrate turned on in the stock app right? Always on?
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    mmmmmm I am using Handcent and it vibrates for me...
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    Had this happen to me with BB .4 for a while. Notifications for texts, emails, etc would just shut off randomly until I either received a call or rebooted the phone. Problem seems to have fixed itself so I don't know what it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbie455 View Post
    Had this happen to me with BB .4 for a while. Notifications for texts, emails, etc would just shut off randomly until I either received a call or rebooted the phone. Problem seems to have fixed itself so I don't know what it was.

    I'm not sure what the problem was. A wipe of data and cache and clean install seems to have fixed it though.

    I had checked all the notification settings though and everything was set to vibrate "always". So who knows.

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