Get Pixel-Exclusive Ramping Ringer Feature on Any Android Device

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Google has silently deployed the Ramping Ringer feature on Pixel 4 and some Pixel 3 devices. For the ignorant, this feature allows your device to vibrate for the first 5 seconds before gradually increasing the ringer volume for 10 seconds. This is the newest addition to the already available “never vibrate” and “always vibrate” options and can be accessed via Settings > Sounds > Vibrate for calls > Vibrate first and then ring.

As mentioned earlier, this is only an exclusive feature of Pixel. With Ring Master apps, you can now try Pixel’s Ramping Ringer feature on any Android device, even on an unrooted device. Just follow the instructions below for the same thing. Apart from that, you can try some of the Pixel 4 exclusive apps on your device.

Ramping Ringer function on any Android device

To try this exclusive Pixel feature, simply visit Play Store and download the Ring Master app. I tried it on some Android devices and it worked pretty well. Once you have it installed, here is how you can try the Ringer Ringer feature via this application. It goes without saying that the application requires authorization to make and manage phone calls. Indeed, it will handle incoming calls. Go there only if you agree with this permission. On this note, check out all the necessary items application permissions required for your Android device.

Configuration of the application for Ringer Ringer function

  1. On the home screen, you will need to allow the app to read the status of your phone.
  2. Once done, you will be redirected to the Settings page.
  3. In addition to incoming phone calls, it could enable the ramp ring for other calls via third-party apps like Google Duo, WhatsApp, etc. This is an area where he manages to outperform his competitor (the only Pixel stock feature).
  4. To do this, check the Other call applications characteristic under Adjust the ring volume for option and press Configure.
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  5. For this, you will also need to give the application access to your notifications. You must automatically be transferred to Notification access page. Just activate the rocker next to Ring Master and press Allow. However, if you encounter problems such as notifications that do not display, see our to repair for the same.
  6. Then, under the application selection page, choose the desired third-party applications and press Activate. That’s it. you have correctly configured the application. Now follow the steps below to try this Ramping Ringer feature on your Android device.

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Customizing notifications and vibrations

Now that you have set up the Ring Master application and have given it the necessary permissions, check out the steps below to customize the ring tone and vibration as needed. Likewise, consult our guide for customize WhatsApp notifications.

  1. Start by setting the amount of time (in seconds) that the vibration should occur before your device emits the buzzer. By default, it is set to 5 seconds. This is similar to what the Ringer Ringer feature has to offer. However, you can customize any value from 1 to 10 seconds. the possibility of doing so is present under Vibrate first.
  2. Plus, it also gives the option of going ahead with a rising ring volume rather than fixed. You can set the volume percentage from which the ringer starts and up to the desired end limit.
  3. Finally, go ahead and try these customizations via the TEST option located at the bottom. If you are satisfied, press APPLY to confirm these changes. Just make sure that the battery saver is off, otherwise the app could not start the vibration and would directly inject the ringer volume.

With this, we conclude this guide on how to try the Ringer Ringer function on any Android device. If you are having trouble performing the above steps, submit your queries in the comments section below.

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