1. Carterman32's Avatar
    I just got the new Galaxy S21 ultra with Android 11, and my Textra no longer offers custom vibration patterns for my text messages. This is a critical feature. Is there any way to accomplish this on Android 11?
    01-29-2021 01:28 AM
  2. anon(10614692)'s Avatar
    Not that I can see.
    01-29-2021 08:11 AM
  3. mustang7757's Avatar
    01-29-2021 08:42 AM
  4. Mdbills484's Avatar
    it's gone. the developer blamed google.
    01-29-2021 10:45 AM
  5. Carterman32's Avatar
    it's gone. the developer blamed google.
    But is there a way to do it through a google menu? I assume they wouldn't have just deleted the functionality.
    01-29-2021 12:15 PM
  6. Mdbills484's Avatar
    But is there a way to do it through a google menu? I assume they wouldn't have just deleted the functionality.
    Not that I know of but wish there was a way.
    01-29-2021 04:55 PM
  7. Mathrania's Avatar
    Its in the Sound Assistant app? From Good lock?Custom vibration pattern gone?-screenshot_20210201-153616_sound-20assistant.jpg
    02-01-2021 02:36 PM
  8. Carterman32's Avatar
    Are you using Android 11? That vibrations settings section isn't in the app for the S21 Ultra.
    02-01-2021 03:30 PM
  9. Mathrania's Avatar
    I am on S21 Ultra, Android 11. I got this app from Good Lock and see the custom vibration. Not sure if you are looking for this.
    02-01-2021 03:32 PM
  10. suzolin13's Avatar
    I just got the new Galaxy S21 ultra with Android 11, and my Textra no longer offers custom vibration patterns for my text messages. This is a critical feature. Is there any way to accomplish this on Android 11?
    Looks like you can only set custom notification sound. Vibration is either on or off...
    02-01-2021 03:37 PM
  11. Carterman32's Avatar
    Looks like you can only set custom notification sound. Vibration is either on or off...
    Found it, but how do you apply the custom vibration to a specific app. It appears to apply it to every notification.
    02-01-2021 03:39 PM
  12. suzolin13's Avatar
    Found it, but how do you apply the custom vibration to a specific app. It appears to apply it to every notification.
    Is this what you mean? Custom vibration pattern gone?-screenshot_20210201-164331_settings.jpg
    02-01-2021 03:44 PM
  13. suzolin13's Avatar
    I went in to settings > apps > Textra > notifications to get there
    02-01-2021 03:46 PM
  14. suzolin13's Avatar
    I just got the new Galaxy S21 ultra with Android 11, and my Textra no longer offers custom vibration patterns for my text messages. This is a critical feature. Is there any way to accomplish this on Android 11?
    I just found it how to add custom ringtone...(not custom vibration, but it's something)

    Long hold on any contact in the conversation list screen > dotdotdot (top right) > Customize > Notifications > Press on the word Android Settings > (Advanced) Sound > Ringtone.
    02-02-2021 05:43 PM
  15. suzolin13's Avatar
    I just found it how to add custom ringtone...(not custom vibration, but it's something)

    Long hold on any contact in the conversation list screen > dotdotdot (top right) > Customize > Notifications > Press on the word Android Settings > (Advanced) Sound > Ringtone.
    And then there's this...

    Unfortunately, there is no Textra heads-up style anymore, it is not compatible with Android 11 Conversation Style notifications. In addition the Android Settings user interface may or may not provide the LED color option (phone specific) or the vibration pattern (phone specific).
    02-02-2021 06:26 PM
  16. mustang7757's Avatar
    I haven't seen a way to set different vibration patterns for each app .
    02-02-2021 08:09 PM
  17. suzolin13's Avatar
    I haven't seen a way to set different vibration patterns for each app .
    It's in settings > notifications. Then you tap on the app you want to set it for & under the toggle for "show notifications" you can click on each type of notification and choose if you want an alert for it or if you want it to be silent. If you choose alert, you can then set the sound you want (or no sounds) and whether to have it vibrate.
    02-02-2021 08:22 PM
  18. mustang7757's Avatar
    It's in settings > notifications. Then you tap on the app you want to set it for & under the toggle for "show notifications" you can click on each type of notification and choose if you want an alert for it or if you want it to be silent. If you choose alert, you can then set the sound you want (or no sounds) and whether to have it vibrate.
    Yeah that I know , but you can't change the vibration pattern, unless I'm missing something?
    02-02-2021 08:24 PM
  19. suzolin13's Avatar
    Yeah that I know , but you can't change the vibration pattern, unless I'm missing something?
    I can't find anywhere to change the vibration pattern for individual apps...only how to set a custom notification sound (which the OP seemed to indicate might work for her). Looks like the only options for vibrations are for calls and notifications.
    mustang7757 likes this.
    02-02-2021 08:31 PM
  20. mustang7757's Avatar
    I can't find anywhere to change the vibration pattern for individual apps...only how to set a custom notification sound (which the OP seemed to indicate might work for her). Looks like the only options for vibrations are for calls and notifications.
    Yeah!
    02-02-2021 08:32 PM

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