iPhone Rings Twice for Texts [Solved]

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    iPhone Rings Twice for Texts [Solved]



    Many iPhone users experience a sort of annoying feature on their phone that makes it ring twice whenever they receive a text message.

    This has its advantage: if you don't hear it at the first time, you may notice your text at the second time your phone rings. The problem is, usually if you're not there to read your texts the first time the iPhone rings, you surely won't be there yet when it rings for the second time.
    Plus, this feature can be misleading once you can't really know if the second ring is whether a reminder or a second text message.

    Okay, let's skip to the point...
    To disable this feature, take the following steps.
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    Step 1: Go to Settings.

    Step 2: Choose Notifications.

    Step 3: Then tap Messages.

    Step 4: Scroll down and tap Repeat Alert.

    Step 5: Choose Never.

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    That's it!
    From now on your iPhone will just ring once whenever you receive a new text message.


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    5 comments :

    1. THANK YOU. This was driving me nuts. lol

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    2. THANKS! That was driving me crazy too!!!!

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    3. ts907@ic.ac.ukSunday, 02 June, 2013

      thanks, that was so simple

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    4. thx thx men i was going to brake the dame thing

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    5. I love you. My provider's level 2 tech didn't know how to solve this, but you did!

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