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I want control over notifications and ring/vibrate by type...

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by FrankH, Dec 4, 2009.

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    I just bought a Droid after 10+years of Palm devices and phones (most recently a Palm Treo 650). The notifications on the Droid are missing a lot of functionality I loved and NEED from my Treo. Here are the issues in decreasing priority:

    1. I want to be able to turn sounds off and on but I ALWAYS want it to vibrate - even when the sound is on.

    2. I want to be able to automatically turn off notifications for emails (gmail) during sleeping times (11pm-8am) while keeping notifications from the calendar on ALWAYS. I use the calendar notification as an alarm clock.

    3. I want to have each different kind of notification have a different sound.

    4. For calendar notifications, I would like to have a reminder of 0 minutes - I can set 0 minutes on the desktop but not on the Droid.

    5. Is there a list of all the notification types somewhere?

    New to Droid and 1st posting on this forum so please excuse any stupid questions...

    Thanks
    Frank
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    Try missed call, for starters. IT is an app in the market
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    #1. you can do that natively
    #2. there's a couple of apps that can help automate that (one uses GPS locilization)
    #3. see #1
    #4. can't answer
    #5. list? don't know, but you can set the notification and vibrate individually by each "event" by going into its respective setup.
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    #1. you can do that natively
    -- but how? I know I can turn down the volume of the ringer and just after you turn it off it goes to vibrate mode but I don't see how to have vibrate and ring at the same time. Also on my Palm, in a meeting, I could:
    1. silently slide one switch to silence the phone and leave only vibrate on on.
    But with the Droid I need to do the following:
    1. Turn on the phone with the button on upper right
    2. swipe to complete the turning on
    3. - 10. press the volume down button 7 times enduring 7 decreasing tones during the meeting - making sure I stop just at the vibrate and don't go one time too far.
    11. Turn the phone off.
    So 11 steps (6 of them making noise in the meeting) compared to 1 silent step on the Treo. Is there an app to help with this?

    #2. there's a couple of apps that can help automate that (one uses GPS locilization)
    -- which apps please? Also, I don't want it to silence email notifications at home - just at night.

    #3. see #1
    -- I have now found how to do that for: email/gmail, text messages and calendar notificatitons. But aren't there other notifications/events too?


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    I totally agree with #1, need to do that
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    Within each app you can set it to provide vibrate notifications. It will always vibrate unless it's set to silent (yes it will vibrate & ring) .

    I use locale to manage ring situations. I have a home profile setup that uses GPS to know I'm at home and turn the ringer on high. Another profile set by time that turns off the ringer for sleeping.
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