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  1. It doesn't need to be 5 parameters because it has default parameters. I tried `WVR_TriggerVibration(controller.type);` too. There is only one controller from my hands can do the vibration. I start feeling one of my controllers is broken because this function works for my team member's two controllers.
  2. We are using WaveVR SDK 3.1.1 Beta. We notice WVR_TriggerVibration(controller.type, WVR_InputId_Alias1_Trigger, 5000); only works on the right-hand controller in HTC Focus Plus. In Focus, because it only has one controller, it can trigger vibration by either WVR_DeviceType_Controller_Left or WVR_DeviceType_Controller_Right on the main controller that is according to the controller setting. @Cotta @Tony PH Lin
  3. When I am doing debug in AndroidStudio and pause by a breakpoint, WaveVR will kill my process by its watch dog, the log as below. Is there a way to disable it during debug? ``` E/svr: NanoSleep: Overslept by 19052.088 ms E/VRWatchDog: SUBMIT-TIMEOUT EXCEPTION: 22926 ms E/VRWatchDog: *** Kill process:9659, because app doesn't call submit in time *** E/SVRMain: >>>Error: svr begin vr finish activity <<< E/svr: NanoSleep: Overslept by 3853.139 ms E/VRApp: Failed to submit right eye frame E/VRApp: Failed to submit right eye frame E/BufferQueueProducer: [surfaceTexture-13-9659-0] dequeueBuffer: BufferQueue has been abandoned ```
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