[BCAB] I Phone Question, Preventing Speech on Notifications when Phone on Silent

Mauricio Almeida mauriciopmalmeida at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 01:53:52 GMT 2014

Sorry for sending a second reply: I forgot to add a detail:
If you turn do not disturb on, your iphone will not even vibratt.
Thought you hsould know.

On 2/24/14, Mauricio Almeida <mauriciopmalmeida at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> One alternative for voice over not speaking anything, is to go under
> settings and check the do not disturb option. this will prevent
> vibrations as well as any sort of speech I believe.
> As far as the second problem, can you tell me a bit more? I dont think
> i can help not knowing for example what did you do before it stopped
> vibrating or when did you expect it to do so.
> thanks.
> Mauricio
> On 2/24/14, Gerard Sadlier <gerard.sadlier at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I am having 2 problems with my I Phone.
>> 1. Voice Over speaks notifications, such as when I get a message, even
>> when the phone is on silent. I need to turn this off but do not know
>> how.
>> 2. My phone does not vibrate. I have checked and vibrate is set to on.
>> I wonder if the phone's vibration function is broken? This seems most
>> unlikely surely - is this something that often goes?
>> Thanks Ger
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