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Thread: iPhone 4 More Susceptible To Vibration?

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    Default iPhone 4 More Susceptible To Vibration?
    I'm an extremely amateur e-drummer. A couple of years ago I got a cellphone bicycle mount and attached my iphone to the arm of one of my crash cymbals. This allowed me easy access to controls to jump around sounds when practicing, and kept the unit close enough to the drum brain to patch directly in for mixing. This has worked brilliantly for years. I sat down to play this morning, plugged my new iPhone 4 in and began playing. I found though that any time I tagged that crash particularly hard, the iPhone would beep, and then skip to another track.

    I've been lucky, I guess, not having any of the reception problems everyone crying about. Anyone else notice this particular issue with their iPhone 4?

    Not really a complaint here, as I know am not using it in a prescribed method, more of a unique observation.

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    iPhone? More like MyPhone ddfilms's Avatar
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    sounds like you may have the shake to shuffle feature turned on.

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    Oh lord, thank you. First "restore as new" in a very long time.

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    Slight movent of your head will trip the shake shuffle.

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    Yes its the shake to shuffle feature , turn it off

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