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Duration of vibration

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Actually I have "vibration and ring" option enabled with a wav file.

When I receive an incoming call both (vibration and ring) work well, but the vibration doesn't stop and it lasts until I answer the call.

Can I make that the vibration lasts 1 sec, then stop 1 sec, lasts 1 sec again, etc.?

TIA and sorry for my English.

Ernix

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i think the way it goes is according to the sound levels. not too sure on that tho. it would be cool if it was according to the bass on the song.

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You can edit the registry

HKCU\ControlPanel\Sounds\Ringtone0

Edit the value 'Script' and you can play with these options,

a = allow repeat

f = backlight On (f1)

v = vibrate On (v0,v1,v2) the number changes the vibrate length

p = play Sound/Vibrate On (if v has been set)

w = wait/delay (w1 - wait 1 sec)

r = repeat

so for example, af1v0pw3r

This makes your tone...

Allow repeat, turn on the backlight, set short vibrate, play tone and vibrate, wait for 3 seconds, then repeat.

Now with notifications ie SMS you can set these differently so you can tell if you have a call or just a message.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Notifications

Click on Values and select Script

Now for example change the Value Data to v1w1v1w1v1

This will change your vibrate notifications to vibrate 1 sec wait 1 sec Vibrate 1 sec etc.

The only downside is changing profiles on the phone can reset these tweaks.

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Thank you Awarner for the response, but I tried your suggestion and it doesn't makes what I want.

Please, I want an intercalated vibration while my wav plays.

Is that posible?

TIA

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Have you checked the profile in Settings\Profile? set it to vibrate and ring.

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Yes, I did it.

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