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Disable notifications during call

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I have an HTC Touch Dual (although I imagine this is a wider issue).

Drives me up the wall that I get an ear-piercing and 100%-conversation-obscuring notification for new email or SMS when I am in the middle of a call. :excl: The tones are weird too, not any of the ones I have set up for new email/SMS alerts.

Any idea if there's a way of disabling sound notifications for email, SMS, alarms, etc while in call, but then reverting back to the normal profile settings when one hangs up??

Any help greatly appreciated.




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If anyone is interested, I think I've found the answer after playing around a bit ...


Delete 'Notify.wma' from Sound value and 'p' from Script value.





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