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Vibrate issue

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by MrCapcom, Jan 4, 2010.

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    Ok I just had a question I just noticed when I put my phone on vibrate you can still hear sounds sometimes.
    I think I only noticed it on Twidroid Pro and eBuddy I had my phone on Vibrate and it still was playing sounds.
    Is this a DROID problem or Software problem? I haven't investigated yet to see if any other apps do it.
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    Go to menu>settings>sound & display>Ringer volume

    check the box that says "Use incoming call volume for notifications"

    Thant should work.
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    sweet thnx

    its selected hope it works
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2010