Noonski · Mar 10, 2010 at 12:52 pm

Vibro, Change Vibration Pattern for Incoming Calls, SMS and EMail

Would you be able to differentiate between, — — · — · · · — — — & · · · — — · · · ?
That’s morse code for MAIL & SMS, translated to the vibrations your device could give, when receiving the respective messages.

Of course you don’t need to know Morse code to take advantage of user earthjumper’s Vibro application. With it you can set specific vibration patterns for incoming phone calls, mails or SMS messages.

Originally posted by earthjumper

Features:

  • Separately config Phone, SMS and EMail
  • Vibration pattern set for Phone, SMS and EMail separately
  • SMS and EMail vibration set in lengths in different
  • In what will be Profiel Vibrates
  • Choose a Vibrator
  • Cab-File that install the Program

Continue on to the application thread.


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