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    Is there a hidden method I could use to increase the insensity of the vibrate?

    Cuz I'm deaf and the vib that comes standard is like my muscle twitching. Makes it difficult to tell which it is... I keep checking for messages or whatever when I feel something that feels like a vibration.

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    Re: vibration question

    Well, I have no idea but I'm deaf as well.. Some1 will assist you soon..

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    Re: vibration question

    Welcome to PInstack!

    I'm sorry but there is no way to increase the vibration.

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    Re: vibration question

    Not sure if this helps you any but you do the the option to change the "number of vibrations" its under the profiles tab. options are 1 - 2 - 3.

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    Re: vibration question

    Nope...no option to increase the vibration...

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    Re: vibration question

    In general, vibration transfers better with the more rigid holsters. I haven't seen any plastic holsters yet for the 8800 though...

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    Re: vibration question

    I don't believe they have released any plastic holsters yet.

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    Re: vibration question

    Unfrotunately there isnt a way to increase the intensity of the vibes. That would be great. My 8703e vibes very loud and I would assume your 88xx should be the same.

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    Re: vibration question

    Right, there isnt plastic holsters at all. Just check the red blinking so you can know who emails or else...I'm deaf as well too....

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    Re: vibration question

    The plastic holsters are indeed the best for vibration alerts. I have a beautiful Vaja case for my 8700, but I usually miss vibration alerts because it sits away from the body (ever so slightly).

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    Re: vibration question

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    Yea... I been watching for a plastic holster...

    This 8800 been a wonderful tool for me... But the vibration is something I need to figure out... I wonder why rim didn't release a plastic holster... I threw out the leather holster cuz it was so ugly, lol

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    Re: vibration question

    Sorry I can't help with the virbration question but I would watch Seidio for a nice plastic holster. I think they make some of the best and secure holsters around. I had one for my 8700 and loved it. Check out the one on their website for the Pearl. seidioonline dot com

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