Vibrate Call

Vibrate Call


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*IMPORTANT*
You have to grant the necessary PERMISSIONS for this application!


If you are running this app on Android 4.1 and above, you need to manually grant to permission for this app to work, because Google has changed the access control policy. You can try it if you can understand the steps below:

1. On your phone go to settings→developer options, toggle on USB debugging. If you cannot even find the developer options in settings menu, you should go to settings→about phone, scroll to the last item named like "build number" and click on it for more than 10 times and then the hidden item of developer options will be shown.

2. Get the ADB tool for your phone, you can download the standalone version from here http://sourceforge.net/projects/adbstandalone/ , and Install the driver of your Android phone. You can also go to official android site http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html#Other (donwload SDK tools only) to download the Android SDK tools for your PC, and extract it on your PC.

3. Connect your phone with your PC with USB cable, you might see a dialog asking for confirmation to enable debugging this phone with the PC, select YES.

4. On your PC, open a terminal command line shell, like cmd or powershell, execute "adb devices"↵ you can see the connected device listed there.

5. If all of above are OK, just execute the command line below:
adb shell "pm grant com.robin.huangwei.vibrate250 android.permission.READ_LOGS"↵

6. Kill this application process(click the 'Recent App' button and remove it from the list) and restart it. Or simply reboot your phone, you should get the correct permission then.

Recent changes:
Add support for Asus ZenPhone, Nokia X2, HTC One m8
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3.7
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File size
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About Vibrate Call
Join Cucumber Software Beta Release Test Group, where you can find the most cutting edge release of this APP. https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107710036130669307557

*IMPORTANT*
You have to grant the necessary PERMISSIONS for this application!


If you are running this app on Android 4.1 and above, you need to manually grant to permission for this app to work, because Google has changed the access control policy. You can try it if you can understand the steps below:

1. On your phone go to settings→developer options, toggle on USB debugging. If you cannot even find the developer options in settings menu, you should go to settings→about phone, scroll to the last item named like "build number" and click on it for more than 10 times and then the hidden item of developer options will be shown.

2. Get the ADB tool for your phone, you can download the standalone version from here http://sourceforge.net/projects/adbstandalone/ , and Install the driver of your Android phone. You can also go to official android site http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html#Other (donwload SDK tools only) to download the Android SDK tools for your PC, and extract it on your PC.

3. Connect your phone with your PC with USB cable, you might see a dialog asking for confirmation to enable debugging this phone with the PC, select YES.

4. On your PC, open a terminal command line shell, like cmd or powershell, execute "adb devices"↵ you can see the connected device listed there.

5. If all of above are OK, just execute the command line below:
adb shell "pm grant com.robin.huangwei.vibrate250 android.permission.READ_LOGS"↵

6. Kill this application process(click the 'Recent App' button and remove it from the list) and restart it. Or simply reboot your phone, you should get the correct permission then.

Recent changes:
Add support for Asus ZenPhone, Nokia X2, HTC One m8
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A Google User
May 13, 2015
Ok
A Google User
May 13, 2015
Great It works...
A Google User
May 3, 2015
Bugs Worked well initially but now it vibrates as soon as I dial rather than on connection. Once you make calls on quick succession,only then the problem arises. If you call after some idle time, then it works again for the first call. Using unrooted Nexus 5
A Google User
May 2, 2015
Bug report Been experiencing a bug recently. 1 out of 5 times, the vibration happens as soon as I dial, rather than on person picking up. Can't understand why. The same number dialled later - it works properly again. I'm on a rooted Moto G.
A Google User
May 1, 2015
No way to establish it on CAT s50 When I connect my cat via usb debugging mode it does not show under USB devices. I tried on Mac, Win and Linux. Any ideas?
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