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Topic # 8564 11-Jul-2006 10:52
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This little gem will make the JasJar vibrate when you press the number while dialing a number.

Although originally for an i-mate Apache this works with the JasJar.

Using a registry editor navigate to the following keys and follow the directions. Do this for each of the listed registy keys

1. Rename Standard DWORD parameter "Sound" to "Sound1"
2. Create new String Parameter "Sound"
3. Assign value *vibrate* to this new parameter.


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Reply # 40812 11-Jul-2006 14:10
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I think you have too much time on your hands LOL

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  Reply # 40815 11-Jul-2006 16:44
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Me thinks the same!! LOL
But all the same may be handy to someone? sometimem, and good on your for your enthusiasm and initiative

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Reply # 40839 11-Jul-2006 21:48
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Smile Just can't help myself...I am addicted to finding solutions to problems that don't exist (yet)!

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Reply # 42370 25-Jul-2006 11:06
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Brilliant!!! Now deaf people can dial a phone with the satisfaction that they are pushing the buttons correctly... Now all we need is someone to develop vibra-speak!!!

If you have a collection of hacks, it might be worth putting them altogether somewhere to make them more obtainable.

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