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Re: ring without delay

Originally Posted by debg View Post
Can you make the HTC touch pro ring without delay? First it flashes, then vibrates, then rings (3rd ring). I have changed the setting on how many rings before it goes to voicemail but it would be so much easier if it rang right away. Thanks
This may help :

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Change ringtone/vibrate/LED flash characteristics
If you would like more control over how your Windows Mobile device rings/vibrates/flashes its LEDs on events, you can can change the Script values of these events. For example, for an incoming call performing ‘activate device, play ringtone, wait 3 seconds, repeat’:
HKCU\ControlPanel\Sounds\RingTone0\Script = “apw3r” (REG_SZ string, no quotes)
For performing ‘active device, set volume to 33%, play ringtone, set volume to 67%, play ringtone, set volume to 100%, play ringtone (no repeat)’:
HKCU\ControlPanel\Sounds\RingTone0\Script = “ac33pc67pc100p” (REG_SZ string, no quotes)
The following are the full codes available to you. Please note that all the codes are executed simultaneously except after a ringtone play / wait code. E.g. ‘v1p’ will vibrate and play at the same time, while vibrating for 1 second. But ‘pv1′ will play the ringtone through all the way first, then start vibrating for 1 second.
a = activate device
cN = set volume to N in percentage max volume
fN = flash notification LED for N seconds
p = play ringtone. Note that this will play the ringtone all the way through before continuing with the next code.
r = repeat. Note that this should be the last code in your Script string, if used at all.
vN = vibrate for N seconds
wN = wait for N seconds. Note that the device will wait this long before continuing with the next code.
Change the keyboard backlight duration
To change the duration of the keyboard backlight in your Windows Mobile device, you can set (example is 30 seconds):
HKCU\ControlPanel\Backlight\QKeyLedTimeout = 30 (DWORD decimal)
Please note that this may not work on some devices. One such notable exception is the HTC Wizard.
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