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Steps to reproduce this issue:
1. Open MD.
2. Open SysSound application.
3. Debug/Run the application.
4. Click 'Vibrate' and 'Alert Sound' in SysSound.
Actual result: Phone does not vibrate after clicking 'Vibrate' and 'Alert Sound' in SysSound on iOS 6 devices. While on iOS 5 devices this is working fine.
Expected result: Phone should vibrate after clicking 'Vibrate' and 'Alert Sound' in SysSound.
MD 3.0.5 e159cf083bd327933166819d94245298898d6e3d
MT 6.0.5 3821681a8a937617387f076c5749227ea7fe7413
Mono 2.10.9_11 Stable
Debug Vs Release:
This is happening on both debug and release mode.
NOT A REGRESSION: This is also happening with MT 6.0.4 Stable
Is this bug still being worked on? I cant find any way to make the phone vibrate even using the code examples.
I tested this bug with iPhone 5 with iOS6 and did not find the issue. The phone do vibrate after clicking 'Vibrate' and 'Alert Sound'.
Today I have checked this issue with following builds:
Phone do vibrate after clicking on 'Vibrate' and 'Alert Sound' checked this on iPhone5 version 6.0.2
But iPod Touch does not vibrate because it does not contain vibration feature.
Hence closing this feature.
Closing this Bug