Currently, when I put my phone into vibrate mode, it only vibrates for calls. It does nothing for texts or emails, however, so I don't know when I've received one. Does anyone know a way to enable vibrating when a text or an email is received? My phone is an HTC Eris rooted with Cyanogen Mod if that helps.
If your phone is in Vibration mode then by default the phone vibrates for a small amount of time if you receive an SMS.
To customize it, I mean to increase the Vibration to a little longer period you have to install some applications from the Android Market.
Try Vibrate Tools app from the Android Market.
If you want your Galaxy ii to vibrate when your receive a text:
- Go to the "conversations" page in the Messaging application (stock). ie. where you can view a list of your conversations.
- Hit the "Menu" button
- Select "Setting" from the "Menu" list
- Find "Notification settings" towards the bottom of the page.
- Select "Vibrate" then, "Always"