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SMS/Email Notification Alert

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by lantzd, Jan 19, 2010.

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    Does the Droid have the feature that if you get a text message or an email and the first alert notification goes off that it will keep alerting you ever 5 or 10 minutes or so. Every phone I have had previously would alert me again with either a tone or a quick vibrate if I did not hear the initial alert notification.
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    Yes. It's in the "menu" of the respective program. If you are messaging just go to the "menu" and "settings" and you will find it. Same with email alerts
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    I use an app called "Missed Call". I'm not sure if it works with email notifications though.
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    Negative, and neither did phones like the Blackberry Storm. Only one audio alert and then a continuous flashing light.
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    That's exactly what I did and I didn't see any setting for repetitive alerts for email. At least not in the gmail setting.
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    okay thank you that is what i thought because i have been unable to find anything in the menus about an additional alert after the first alert notification goes off.
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    I use "handcent" and its right in the settings under "notifications". You can have it remind you ever 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes.
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    Yeah, handcent has additional features. Natively though, the Droid does not have repeat reminders after the initial notification.
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