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Default Vibrate on Answer.

Just got my G and loving it, How do I turn on Vibrate when my call is answered, I find this very useful and I havent been able to figure it out. I'm on KitKat btw.

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cannot find it
 
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Well I can't find it either, so it seems like this setting does not exist for the moto g.
 
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I totally misread the question. Sorry for that.

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You can do it if you are rooted by using xposed + gravity box.
 
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Call settings is not a seperate entry anymore. Go to the dialler, tap on the 3 little dots in the lower right corner, settings, tick vibrate when ringing
 
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Originally Posted by Nicole Summers View Post
Call settings is not a seperate entry anymore. Go to the dialler, tap on the 3 little dots in the lower right corner, settings, tick vibrate when ringing
Is that really the same as vibrate when the call is answered? (Or maybe the question poorly phrased?)

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