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Same problem. Tried changing the charger and audio cable. Only buying a ground loop isolator worked. The PAC SNI from Amazon solved my problem, and got high reviews too. http://www.thoughtworthy.info/BlogPost/158/Android-Phone-Buzzes-in-Car-While-Charging-And-Listening-to-Music
I fixed mine using following instructions: Go to Settings → My Device → Sound → Samsung Applications → Press Call → Turn Off Noise Reduction.
If you use Xposed the Module Less frequent notifications will do what you want.
Because this resource isn't as old as the current question is, I am sure it is the answer. The limitation for sending output to multiple connected bluetooth devices is not about a feature. Its about how Bluetooth enabled communicate with each other. Bluetooth, from day one, was designed for a one-on-one communication over short distances for short periods ...
Go to settings> Sounds> then there should be an option Vibrate there should be vibrator intensity and click on it and you can take off the vibrating off your phone for completely even on apps that were still vibrating even though phone would be on silent.
Yes, I have tried bluetooth and it works. It's a viable alternative if the tablet is bluetooth:image via DVI, and sound via BT. You just need to pair your favorite BT speaker or headset.
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