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    Hello, there might be an easy fix for this but I really can't find it. I've got a small problem when it comes to people calling me. I first get 2 vibration signals and first after these 2 signals my normal ring signal kicks in and I can hear it. How do I configure my phone so that it starts ringing at the same time that my vibration starts when someone is calling me?

    Thanks in advance!

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    You can't, if set to vibrate and ring, it will always vibrate the set number of times and then ring. Can't do both at once unfortunately.
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    if u assign a short ringtone, it will vibrate then ring then vibrate then ring then vibrate then ring then vibrate and at some point it will cut off.

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    Thanks a lot, at least I know I'm not the only one with this problem :-)

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    so lame, i dont know why they don't have that luxury enabled

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    because doing both at the same time would eat up your battery very quickly...at least by alternating you're saving some juice

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