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Can the razor vibrate, and ring at the same time?

nobodycares

May 7, 2006, 2:08 PM
I had a customer ask me this question, and I have a razor, and don't know the answer. I thought, of course it would have that option, but I could not find it, so if anybody knows how to use this function, It would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
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wnrussell

May 7, 2006, 2:25 PM
nobodycares said:
I had a customer ask me this question, and I have a razor, and don't know the answer. I thought, of course it would have that option, but I could not find it, so if anybody knows how to use this function, It would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!

You can make it vibrate THEN ring, but not vibrate AND ring.
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spum

May 7, 2006, 2:43 PM
The razr is mildly retarded...
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Anxiovert

May 7, 2006, 4:34 PM
Actually, I think "vibe THEN ring" is better. More professional oriented. I've been in many situations where thanks to vibe and then ring I didn't disturb what was going on in my surroundings. I love vibe then ring.
I've noticed that plp who want vibe AND ring are usually Nokia users crossing over to motorola. 🙄
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spum

May 7, 2006, 4:37 PM
You could always just turn your phone on vibrate only when you're in a professional surrounding...
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Vatothe0

May 8, 2006, 11:58 AM
Who are you kidding? He's never in a professional surrounding. Cingular fanboys all work cleaning toilets in the mall
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AshDizzle

May 8, 2006, 2:14 PM
Vatothe0 said:
Who are you kidding? He's never in a professional surrounding. Cingular fanboys all work cleaning toilets in the mall


And what a professional statement by you to go along with it!

The V3c is a mildly retarded phone. It seriously doesn't even have vibe & ring? I don't know why that phone is so dumbed down in aspects. Too bad you guys just didn't get a copy of the standard V3.
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xIsamuTM

May 8, 2006, 11:31 PM
I wouldn't say "mildly" retarded. more like Corky retarded. It still works, still serves a purpose, but let's face it, the phone just sucks.
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kvazzz

May 7, 2006, 11:32 PM
quite pointless if the phone is on the table/in the car holder... by the time one realizes that the phone's ringing, it's too late...

Personally I like the samsungs, cuz they have BOTH options available.
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sowhatsowhat10

May 7, 2006, 2:43 PM
yea thanks to the proprietary vzw programming. 🙄
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kvazzz

May 7, 2006, 11:32 PM
my E815 can only Vib then Ring... So stupid.
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vzwkid

May 8, 2006, 7:44 AM
In the manual of the phone it says,

"Master Volume - Your phone rings and/or vibrates to alert you to incoming calls and other events, depending on the detail settings."

This is a known issue wit the Razrs. They can not be set to ring and vibrate at this time.
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ArmySF

May 8, 2006, 9:00 AM
you work for verizon and own the phone and don't even know 🙄 🤣 🤣


it does not vib and ring out of the box, easy seem edit will enable it. www.howardforums.com
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someone

May 8, 2006, 9:48 PM
Thank you Army. I thought I was nuts. I sat with the damn model phone for 5 minutes testing it the other day and informed someone it wasn't a menu option. I was starting to feel bad that I had given a customer the wrong information. I feel better now!
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Want_New_Phone

May 8, 2006, 7:45 PM
Don’t know about RAZR, but Moto phones have always been Vibe THEN Ring, not Vibe AND Ring. IMO Vibe THEN Ring is superior. If you don’t immediately feel the vibe then you get the audible signal. This keeps you from disturbing others with your ring tone 90% of the time. I keep my phone (Moto v710) on Vibe THEN Ring at all times unless I’m in a situation where I absolutely can’t have an audible ringtone. I then put on Vibe only or silent.
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