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[FIXED] VAlert 1.21 - Customize vibration pattern

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By ochakov, Member on 17th October 2008, 10:23 PM
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VAlert
Customize vibration on phone ring

This small program allows customizing vibration incoming call alerts.
Windows based phones vibrate either before the ring or constantly during the ring.
Having a short ringtone can possibly solve this problem, but with long mp3 ringtone the phone will constantly vibrate during the ring.

This program will enable Windows Mobile phones to produce short vibrations when the phone rings.
Vibration patterns can be easily changed by the user.
Possibly to match vibration patterns to the ringtone, so the phone will vibrate in a rhythm.

Very low (~4K) memory usage

This software is a freeware.


How to use
1. Install the CAB
2. Enjoy the program with default settings
3. The program is hidden by default. To display program window (if needed), run the program again
7. In Phone->Options make sure ring type is Vibrate and Ring
4. Edit script.txt to change vibration pattern. Every line in the file is a pair of vibration length and note pause
5. From the program window run Menu->Test to test the created pattern
6. Perform Menu->Hide to hide program window

What's new:
- More devices support, including non-HTC
- The installer executes the program upon installation (no soft reset required)
- No vibration on waiting call
- Support for incoming call ring mute (stop vibration)
- Silent start
- Even lower memory footprint - ~4K on standby (was 11K before)
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Last edited by ochakov; 21st December 2008 at 09:10 PM. Reason: Updated to version 1.21, Bug fixed
 
 
17th October 2008, 10:31 PM |#2  
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sounds cool
gunna try now
you should make it so you tap the screen to show when u want it to vibrate instead of editing the .txt file

Edit: Great app but confusing to change the pattern

Edit2: lol doesnt seem to work on my vogue when i go to phone->options and press play its just a long vibrate
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17th October 2008, 10:57 PM |#3  
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Ohh man i was about to post a thread on something like this. Thank you so much for making this!
17th October 2008, 10:59 PM |#4  
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Sounds nice. Will try it out. Thanks for sharing.
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Edit2: lol doesnt seem to work on my vogue when i go to phone->options and press play its just a long vibrate

Play from phone options is not implemented. Open the program and click Menu->Test or just try an incoming call.
18th October 2008, 12:29 AM |#6  
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oh okay im gunna try now
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18th October 2008, 12:34 AM |#7  
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hmm.it may be useful.thx.
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Originally Posted by bedaweed

you should make it so you tap the screen to show when u want it to vibrate instead of editing the .txt file

Edit: Great app but confusing to change the pattern


+ 100 i would guess
18th October 2008, 02:15 AM |#9  
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Downloading now,.


Thanks for sharing sir!
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to save people the bother of working it out themselves, and to get everyone started...

here's my version of the Nokia classic message vibration

i can't hum it, so you'll need to try it, i guess!



Edit : Oh, by the way... is it possible to do something like this for recieving SMS / MMS / Email, or is that a different process altogether?
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