Notification Settings

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  1. GEWheeler

    GEWheeler New Member

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    Hi, I hope I'm just over looking something. I'm coming from a Blackberry Storm. On the Blackberry I had the option to determine what notifications I received (ie. Normal, Phone Calls Only, Viberate Only, All Notifications Off, etc...) Is there a way to select phone calls only? I have a need to leave my phone on at night and would like to be able to get phone calls but, I don't want the notification of incoming email, SMS messages, etc...

    Thanks, Gary
     
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    I've just gotten into the habit of setting my SMS notification to silent every night, then turning it back on in the morning. Just takes a few clicks.

    It's probably easy for me because all other notifications are silent all the time, haha.
     
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    there are two ways of accomplishing this.

    1. changing your notification settings to "silent" will disable all audible and sensory notifications for email, calendar, sms/mms and the system.

    2. go into the menu settings of each app and designate a setting. each app can be set as vibrate only, silent or your own sound.
     
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