Sprint HTC Hero :: Setting All Applications Muted In Silent Mode?

Oct 30, 2009

The alarm goes off and media volume is still separate. Any way to string these all together so they are all muted when in "silent" mode? App solutions are fine with me.

Sprint HTC Hero :: Setting All Applications Muted in Silent Mode?


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General :: Notifications Aren't Muted In Silent Mode

Apr 19, 2013

When I put my S3 in silent mode, the ringer is muted but the notification alerts are not. I have to manually mute the notifications alerts (and then manually turn them back on). This happened after I downloaded a ringer mode widget that I almost immediately uninstalled. how to reset the ringer mode so that Silent includes notification alerts?

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Nov 3, 2009

Sometimes when my phone is on silent and I turn it off and reboot it, it plays all the start up sounds as its loading. Sometimes, it does not. I hate this, because at work (in a spa) I keep my purse in my cabinet, and I don't love for it to play a bunch of sounds when it is supposed to be on silent. This is the only thing that makes any noise when the phone is on silent, and its only sometimes.

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Android :: Setting Silent Mode At Specific Date And Time

Nov 9, 2010

I'd like to set the ringer mode to silent for specific events in the future. It should only happen if a checkbox in the preferences is checked. I know that I have to update the manifest for the permissions and also that I can set the ringer mode with something like this:

if (getPreferences(MODE_PRIVATE).getBoolean(PREFS_KEY_SILENTOPTION, false)) {
AudioManager audioManager = (AudioManager) getSystemService(AUDIO_SERVICE);
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}
But how can I set (and reset) it for a space of time in the future?

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Apr 12, 2010

This must be a crazy question but how do i use the, DEVICE MICROPHONE MUTED?

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I've had my Hero for less than 48 hours and twice no it goes into silent mode for no reason and when I turn silent mode off the sound still doesn't work unless I reboot. Is this a glitch that can be easily remedied or should I take it back. I still have 12 days to decide whether to keep it or not.

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I use Ear to set my ringer profile and it seems to work great. However the ringer volume often goes to silent mode, because I unintentional push the ringer volume button and I miss the calls. Does anyone have a solution for this? Is it possible to turn of the ringer volume button on the Hero?

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I'm not sure what's going on with my Evo, but all of a sudden it's been deciding to put itself in silent mode for no apparent reason and I'm missing tons of calls because of it. I will turn the sound back on and then all of a sudden it's off after a couple of hours for no apparent reason. I don't want to have to return the phone, but I'm not sure what other options I have at this point. Has anyone heard of this issue?

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Jun 28, 2010

Just noticed this this morning (don't think it's happened before).. this is my second evo (0003 buld), had it for a few days.This morning (after having gone to bed last night and putting it on silent), i got a text and my phone started going off.Set it back to silent, and a few minutes later, it went off again after getting another text.Changed it to silent again and literally sat and watched the phone (w/ screen on) and watched it change back to "normal" on its own.Tried the same thing w/ vibe and after about 30-40 seconds it went back to normal on its own.I already did a hard reset/wipe and its still doing the same thing. I have nothing off the wall installed (that I didnt have on my 0002 device, and it wasnt doing this).

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Setting Up CM6

Sep 24, 2010

This is just some general ideas for getting the CM6/Froyo 2.2 running great

NANDROID:
Make a nandroid of your current rom or your stock rom. Always do a nandroid before flashing a new rom. It may save you one day

CM6:
If you are new to rooting, follow the exact steps Darch recommends in the CM6 thread xda-developers Make sure if you are coming from another rom, WIPE everything, Data, Cache and Davlik cache. Here is the zip file http://mirror.teamdouche.net/get/heroc/update-cm-6.1.0-RC1-Heroc-signed.zip for those of you wanting to download directly The phone will be just fine as is, but if you want the market.... you will have to flash the gapps

GAPPS:
If you want the Android market, gmail, etc... Here are the gapps [url] You will need to flash the gapps after flashing the rom. You can do this directly after you flash the CM6 rom. Then reboot phone. If that mirror does not work, look here [url]

GOOGLE ACCOUNT:
After the phone boots, you will need to sign into your Google account. This will give you access to the market, gmail etc... Any previous purchases from the Android market will be in the download section of the market. It could take 5-20 minutes for everything to sync to your new rom, so give it time

ANDROID MARKET DOWNLOADS:
There are a couple of applications from the market that will help backing up applications. I recommend using Titanium Backup or something similar. After wiping data, all previous downloads will need to be dowloaded again. TB helps in this by backing up applications in previous roms. This would be the first download from the Android market I would do, then open up application and press menu, batch and press RUN Restore all apps with data. This makes the process of restoring applications faster instead of searching for applications in the market

APPS 2 SD CARD
You can move applications to your SD Card without having to partition your card with Froyo 2.2. First, go into CyanogenMod Settings>Apllication Settings> and check the box 'Allow application moving'. Press 'install location' and choose 'External'.

Now, go back to 'Settings'(for the phone) and press 'Applications'. Make sure the box at the top 'Unknown Sources' is checked.

Press 'Manage Applications'. After your applications load, go down to each one you want to run from your SD Card and tap the application. This takes you to a screen and you will see in the middle/right of the screen (below 'Storage') where you press 'Move to SD Card' ( a few applications may not be able to move). Press that and wait a moment for the button to refresh, It will now read 'Move to Phone', showing you that the application was moved to your SD Card and you can press again to move the application back to your phone.

You will notice the amount of KB/MB for the application under 'Storage' has gone down. Some applications release more space than others but the application still needs some of the application to remain on the phone so it can be accessed (just like in cache) and find the application on your SD Card. Simply repeat this process for each application you want to move to your SD Card.

VOICEMAIL:
The CM6 does not have voicemail. I prefer Google Voice from the Android market. It is now open, no invitations needed. If you would like Sprint Visual Voicemail, here is link for Sprint VVM xda-developers - View Single Post - [ROM] CyanogenMod-6 for Hero CDMA - V6.0.0 (09/18/2010) Flash the zip file from recovery.

NAVIGATION:
After downloading the Maps application from the market, you will now have Google Navigation. If you prefer Sprint Navigation, here is the link for the apk xda-developers - View Single Post - [ROM] CyanogenMod-6 for Hero CDMA - V6.0.0 (09/18/2010)

OVERCLOCKING:
First thing you will need for adjusting frequencies, download OC Widget or SetCPU from the Android market. Not every phone will have the same OC settings, so the Min/Max settings may vary from phone to phone. But I would recommend the Min setting be at least 245. You will be able to OC to 768 on the STOCK kernel. If random reboots or freezes happen when setting at 768, lower the frequency until you find that 'happy' place for the phone.

You can also flash an Uncapped kernel which may result in a faster phone. Found here [Kernel] BrainFuct Kernel - UncappedKernel [09/22/2010] - xda-developers Make sure you WIPE Davlik cache before flashing one of the uncapped kernels. Decad3ance has stable and BFS kernels for the CM6. The stable kernels will be just fine, flash the BFS kernels at your own risk.

If you turn on/off your phone, will need to reset settings for the frequencies

BATTERY ISSUES:
If come to find that the battery is not so great, there are a couple of things you may want to do.

1. Make sure the sync settings for widgets and such are not having to sync every 5 minutes. For instance, I have Moblie Buzz widget set to sync every hour. If you are roaming, syncing will take a toll on the battery. Adjusting the settings of syncing may increase battery life.

2. Wipe the battery stats. Charge phone to 100%. DO NOT UNPLUG. Boot into recovery and wipe battery stats. Reboot phone. UNPLUG PHONE FROM CHARGER. Let the phone completely die to 0%. Plug in phone to charger. Charge phone back to 100%(DO NOT UNPLUG). Complete charge should take 4-5 hours. The green light comes on at 90% so for safe measure if you see the green light come on, leave the phone charging for another hour just to be safe.

3. Flashing an uncapped kernel will improve battery life

4. Try the battery tweak found here Collin_ph Battery Tweak RC1 for Cyanogen / Darch Froyo roms (possibly others) - xda-developers Collin has all information there. But before doing the battery tweak UNINSTALL OC widget and SetCPU You will be able to set the frequencies with the battery tweak, no need for OC widget and SetCPU. Collin just released a new update [url]

GPS:
If you are having trouble getting a lock of your GPS, download GPS Status from the Android market. Open up the app, press menu, settings, GPS & Sensors, Manage A-GPS state, press DOWNLOAD. If you are having trouble with GPS getting a lock, do the same as above and press RESET and then redownload.

LAG ISSUES:
Some may experience lag issues after some time after flashing. I would recommend getting a solid GPS lock. I don't know why this works but it works. Go into any MAP application and make sure your exact location is determined. I would HIGHLY recommend doing this right after flashing the rom. ENABLE Auto rotate in settings>display. Then go into CyanogenMod settings>User Interface>Uncheck> 90 Degrees and 270 Degrees.

LOCK SCREEN LAG:
Flashing an uncapped kernel will solve this issue

MMS FIX:
Some may have trouble with mms messages, look here for the fix xda-developers - View Single Post - Discussion of Cyanogenmod Nightlies for Hero CDMA Download Handcent from the market to blacklist any unwanted text messages.

OLDER GAPPS:
If you try to download something new from the Android market and you get an unsuccessful install. Use Titanium Backup. For instance, the new Gmail 2.3. Uninstall Gmail in TB. Reboot phone. Then go back into the Android market and download Gmail 2.3. If you flashed the new 9/17 gapps, you should not have any trouble downloading.

RADIO UPDATE:
WARNING: I HAVE ONLY TESTED WITH THE CDMA SPRINT HTC HERO! If you flash the wrong radio, serious issues may happen. Please do your research before flashing. Thanks to infintefx for a flashable zip for the baseband radio. Look here for 2.42.02.10.29 [url] Flash from recovery! There is NO NEED TO WIPE. Boot to recovery and flash the radio.

PRL UPDATE:
To update the PRL, you will have to flash to a sense rom, found here [ROM] 08/30/10 | Fresh Hero 2.4.0 | Incremental Update For Freshness - xda-developers To update PRL, Nandroid current rom, flash over to Fresh and update PRL, then restore nandroid back to CM6

SENSE UI in CM6:
Since the CM6 is an AOSP rom, there is no Sense UI. Look here for some great recommendations [url]

PERFORMANCE SETTINGS:
There are list of things in CyanogenMod settings that you can enable: JIT, Compcache, Enable surface Dithering and VM Heap. Enabling or changing some of these may improve the phone and some may cause issues. Change or enable at your own risk Need information about what each one does? Google it!

FORCE CLOSE ISSUES:
Some may experience some force close issues. You can Fix Permissions via Rom Manager. Go into Rom Manager, press 'Fix Permissions' and let it do its thing. Then reboot phone.

ANDROID MARKET ISSUES:
Some have trouble with the android market getting stuck on 'downloading...'. Before going into the android market, go into your GTalk application and sign into your GTalk account. Once you are signed into GTalk, there should not be any issues downloading applications from the market.

NIGHTLIES:
Look here for the nightlies [url] If you decide to flash a nightly, be warned there may be bugs The most recent nightly is at the top, by date and by number. To flash a nightly do this: Nandroid. Download nightly. Boot into recovery. WIPE ONLY Davlik cache and cache (some recoveries do not have the option to wipe cache, make sure you wipe Davlik cache though) Flash rom. Reboot phone. If you decide to flash a nightly, all of you settings, ringtones, applications.... will be as you left them. (As if you turned your phone off and back on) After flashing rom, you will have the stock kernel and you will have to flash the uncapped kernel again, flash the battery tweak and set frequencies for overclocking.

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