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Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by hawkeyegirl, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. hawkeyegirl

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    Is there any way to make my phone vibrate instead of alarm for the alerts? I am still getting audible alerts even when my phone is on vibrate, and I can't have that.
     
  2. LoveMyHounds

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    Lowest volume or just turn off the notifications :smile:
     
  3. hawkeyegirl

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    Ok, thanks. I wish they had a vibrate feature, but I will deal.
     
  4. sszyszkiewicz

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    No there must be a way.

    If I do not have the Follow app actually open the only thing it does is vibrate.

    Under:
    General
    Settings
    Notifications
    Dexcom

    I have:
    Allow notifications On
    Show in Notification center 5
    Sounds On
    Badge app Icon On
    Show on lock screen On

    At night i turn off the lock screen, and keep the app open. That is the only way I get sound. Otherwise it jus vibrates.

    I do not have te Share App on this phone, just Follow.

    I suspect if you turn Sounds off it will vibrate all the time.
     
  5. Lakeman

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    Yes there is. My wife has the settings on her phone set up so that it never is audible even when the ringer is on. On my phone I can't afford to turn it off then later forget to turn it back on again so mine is set to always be audible even when the phone is on vibrate. I do not happen to know what setting it is that controls this only that it can be done. When I want my phone to not alarm I go to settings in the app itself and turn off all the high, low, and no data settings.
     
  6. swellman

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    That's funny ... I can't have it the other way. To me, a vibrating phone is no phone at all.
     

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