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Vibrate

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The Omnia has a great tweek in windows that allows you to stregnthen and indeed regulate the vibrate.

I dont have great hearing and rely on the vibrate; unfortunately it's not very strong - not on my touch pro anyway. Can someone please point me to a .cab or tweak. Thanks.

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Not sure about changing the intensity of the vibrate but there is an application called Valert that allows you to set the vibrate pattern for different types of alert. I use it for incoming calls as they were just one long vibrate and sometimes I got it mixed up with vibrations in the car. Now it's obvious that it's my phone ringing. Search forum.xda-developers.com for Valert to try it.

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My vibrate is far too strong, it's nearly louder than the actual ringing... So I'm hoping for something to turn it down :/

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