Increased volume on V3 now phone vibrates

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I used the P2KTools to increase the gain on my earpiece to "3" and the
volume is now good. However, now when I put the phone into "Silent" mode,
it vibrates instead of being silent. Everything else seems to work fine.
Anything that can be done here?

Also, in P2KTools there under TOOLS and RING STYLES, there are two
options......

All Silent

All Vibro

I thought I was adding more vibrating options and so I clicked "All Vibro."
Nothing seemed to happen.

Jimmy
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.cellular.motorola (More info?)

    Sorry for repeating posts, but I plodded through and fixed the problem. I
    set all volumes back to normal, then did a master reset. Afterwards I
    carefully used P2KTools to up the earpiece gain then got the heck out of
    there without touching anything else. All Ringtones and Silent modes are
    now working with great earpiece volume.

    Does increasing the gain on the earpiece volume reduce battery life? Most
    often I will now be using the volume at a lower setting. Usually around 4
    instead of 6 or 7 and only temporarily use higher setting in very noisy
    environments.

    Jimmy


    "Jimmy Smith" <Holland@MST.com> wrote in message
    news:8rYDe.12511$Wt3.6228@bignews3.bellsouth.net...
    >I used the P2KTools to increase the gain on my earpiece to "3" and the
    >volume is now good. However, now when I put the phone into "Silent" mode,
    >it vibrates instead of being silent. Everything else seems to work fine.
    >Anything that can be done here?
    >
    > Also, in P2KTools there under TOOLS and RING STYLES, there are two
    > options......
    >
    > All Silent
    >
    > All Vibro
    >
    > I thought I was adding more vibrating options and so I clicked "All
    > Vibro." Nothing seemed to happen.
    >
    > Jimmy
    >
  2. Archived from groups: alt.cellular.motorola (More info?)

    Jimmy, When you selected "All Vibro" something did indeed happen: All ring
    styles, INCLUDING Silent, were set to vibrate. All Vibro simply means that
    ALL styles vibrate.
    Regarding your ringtone question, the best thing is to make your own using
    snippets from your favorite CDs or MP3s. Use Mobile Phone Tools to create
    and transfer


    "Jimmy Smith" <Holland@MST.com> wrote in message
    news:Xd_De.17569$TU.9219@bignews1.bellsouth.net...
    > Sorry for repeating posts, but I plodded through and fixed the problem. I
    > set all volumes back to normal, then did a master reset. Afterwards I
    > carefully used P2KTools to up the earpiece gain then got the heck out of
    > there without touching anything else. All Ringtones and Silent modes are
    > now working with great earpiece volume.
    >
    > Does increasing the gain on the earpiece volume reduce battery life? Most
    > often I will now be using the volume at a lower setting. Usually around 4
    > instead of 6 or 7 and only temporarily use higher setting in very noisy
    > environments.
    >
    > Jimmy
    >
    >
    > "Jimmy Smith" <Holland@MST.com> wrote in message
    > news:8rYDe.12511$Wt3.6228@bignews3.bellsouth.net...
    >>I used the P2KTools to increase the gain on my earpiece to "3" and the
    >>volume is now good. However, now when I put the phone into "Silent" mode,
    >>it vibrates instead of being silent. Everything else seems to work fine.
    >>Anything that can be done here?
    >>
    >> Also, in P2KTools there under TOOLS and RING STYLES, there are two
    >> options......
    >>
    >> All Silent
    >>
    >> All Vibro
    >>
    >> I thought I was adding more vibrating options and so I clicked "All
    >> Vibro." Nothing seemed to happen.
    >>
    >> Jimmy
    >>
    >
    >
  3. Archived from groups: alt.cellular.motorola (More info?)

    You know how each profile has a details option. Under Loud you have loud
    details, and soft has soft details. Well, Silent also has a details screen
    but its hidden so you can't set things under it to something other than
    silent, but clicking the all vibe option changed all events to vibrate in
    every profile ( loud soft , vibrate, vib and ring,silent, etc) You should go
    back into p2ktools and click the all silent option. Then go into each
    profile (loud,soft, etc) and set up the tone you'd like for each event.
    Those two options are just for recovering the phone from certain error
    states.

    There's also a SEEM edit you could do to enable the details option for the
    silent mode then you can get access to it the details menu to change each
    event manually. By events I mean (Voice call, Data call, Text message, Fax
    call, etc)

    You can enable several new vibrate modes such as pulse, but that's found on
    the Other Features tab and under the Alerts section.

    d
    "Jimmy Smith" <Holland@MST.com> wrote in message
    news:8rYDe.12511$Wt3.6228@bignews3.bellsouth.net...
    >I used the P2KTools to increase the gain on my earpiece to "3" and the
    >volume is now good. However, now when I put the phone into "Silent" mode,
    >it vibrates instead of being silent. Everything else seems to work fine.
    >Anything that can be done here?
    >
    > Also, in P2KTools there under TOOLS and RING STYLES, there are two
    > options......
    >
    > All Silent
    >
    > All Vibro
    >
    > I thought I was adding more vibrating options and so I clicked "All
    > Vibro." Nothing seemed to happen.
    >
    > Jimmy
    >
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