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Vibrate then ring? I wish it could vibrate and ring at same time.

Pilot7

Nov 12, 2004, 12:36 AM
I absolutely love everything about this phone except for it not being able to vibrate and ring at the same time. Why in the world would I want "vibrate then ring" I often can't feel the vibrator, and I only have 2 sec to answer the phone after it starts ringing before it goes to voice mail. Not to mention people asking, "why are you so slow answering the phone these days, you used to be fast?"


My old phone could vibrate and ring, and I became accustomed to it, I'm not used to having only a ringer, or only a vibrator.


Why is it that Kyocera can make a phone that can recognize HUMAN SPEECH without error, but they can't make it vibrate and ring at the same time?


Does anyone ever complain about their cellphone not being able to vi...
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arthur.dent

Aug 4, 2009, 9:49 PM
It's very funny you posted this! I was just posting how useless I felt vibrate and ring at the same time is - and that I want my LG Triton to have Vibrate THEN ring - because I got used to it!
For me Vibrate THEN Ring is important because I am in meetings much of the day and I can leave the phone in this mode.

1. When it vibrates and I don't want it to ring then I touch any button and it shuts up.
2. If I leave the phone on my desk or in the kitchen then it will eventually ring and I won't miss the call.
3. When I misplace the phone I can call it and find it when it rings.

But - you make a good point about vibrate and ring at the same time as a double way to let you know you have a call. It seems like it would be VERY easy to sup...
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