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Old 10-28-2009, 09:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My wife has the 8520. It is the Rampant Rabbit of vibrating mobiles! As soon as a text or call comes in it is vibrating across the table brrr, brrr brrring as it hurtles towards her intent on attack!

My 8900, on the other hand is quite different. If hers is a Rampant Rabbit, mine is a banana! Its vibrations are soooo quiet as to be totally worthless.

Is it me or are all 8900s so reserved when it comes to vibrating? Is there a mobile equivalent of xxxxxx that I can dose my 8900 with to give it more clout?

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Nope, you cant do anything about the vibrate.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thats like in work. My boss has an iphone. When his phone is ringing the whole table shakes. I could barely even feel mine when it vibrates.

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No adjustments. I would get a rubberized skin/cover for it. It will help buffer it and stop the noisy vibration again a hard surface.

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My wife has the 8520. It is the Rampant Rabbit of vibrating mobiles! As soon as a text or call comes in it is vibrating across the table brrr, brrr brrring as it hurtles towards her intent on attack!

My 8900, on the other hand is quite different. If hers is a Rampant Rabbit, mine is a banana! Its vibrations are soooo quiet as to be totally worthless.

Is it me or are all 8900s so reserved when it comes to vibrating? Is there a mobile equivalent of xxxxxx that I can dose my 8900 with to give it more clout?

you can download the free app bebuzz for free from your blackberry app world.
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