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    Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    My Motorola Droid android device is not vibrating at all. How this issue can be fixed? I checked the settings and vibrating mode is switched on, what can be the problem?

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    AndroidExpert AndroidExpert is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    Ensure that you have enabled the vibrate mode by navigating to settings in the app section. If it is already enabled, then you will have to try restarting the device by turning it off and then turning it on. If still the issue is not fixed, you will then have to try updating the device to the latest operating system by choosing Apps and then clicking on Settings. Then select the option denoted as ‘About Phone’ and then click on ‘System Updates’. If there is still some issue, then you will have to a reset of the device by clicking on Apps>Settings>Privacy>Factory Data Reset>Reset Everything.

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    NITIN GUPTA NITIN GUPTA is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    Dear friend If your motorola droid is not vibrating then I would like you have factory settings of your device and I am sure your phone will start vibrating again I hope it helps Happy to help Thanks and visit again

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    Apurva Apurva is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    You can do factory data Reset.It will fix the issue.


    Thanks!!!

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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    Hello friend,

    see if you checked your vibration setting is on still there is problem then go for reset your phone..

    Thanks for contacting us..

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    tyson tyson is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    Well...
    As you said that vibrating mode is enable but still not vibrating...
    Means there may be a fault in vibrating hardware....
    I think you should contact nearest customer care ....!!

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    ankit.kr ankit.kr is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    Hello ,
    the settings of your device seems to be incorrect . You have to see the sound profile mode . If that's ok then the problem is within your phone . Just try to factory reset your phone before taking it to the service centre . Hope that helps . Thanks

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    vinodmehta vinodmehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Motorola Droid android device not vibrating though it is set in vibrating mode

    This issue may occur due to several reasons

    >> You can restart your device

    >> Also you may install “NetQin” Antivirus

    >> You can factory reset your device. But take backup of your data with “Titanium backup Pro”

    You can download and install the applications from “Google Play Store”

    Reboot your device once your install the application.

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