Hi, anybody knows how to make sure the HTC Touch HD to work on "vibrate and ring". I tried all vibrate functions... vibrate only, vibrate and ring, vibrate then ring; all type on "vibrate" not working. Any faults on the phone? Thanks. MH
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It is clear that your speakerphone (which we call ringer) is not functioning, there it's not a big problem, you can fix it if you know how to open these kinds of gadgets, but i don't recommend, just go to a mobile repairing shop and tell them the problem, they fix it by replacing the ringer for you. They will charge you for the new ringer and for servicing, but be careful since there're many technicians who just want to charge very high amount without much condition but telling this and that.. so I recommend you to visit the shop you know before or your friend knows.. Good luck.
Change the settings in profiles by following the below steps ....
Select Menu--> Profiles--> Advanced--> Highlight the profile--> Select Menu and select on edit--> change the settings and Turn on the vibrate.
If you have already done this .Install Blackberry desktop Manager ...Take Backup.. Reinstall the Software .... if not happening contact service center as there might be any hardware problem.
I just had this problem - and I have been messing with it for an hour.... but I finally fixed it - Try this - touch the speaker symbol on top (The system status window should pop-up) then touch the speaker symbol again (Now you should have two tabs - one for system and one for ring) Touch ring and slide it up. This worked for me.
i had some troule with lint (odd i know) getting stuck where the vibrate moto spings, press the button to release the battery cover, take that off, then continue to press the button to the battery cover and try to slide the top half of the back up, it should come off, just like the battery cover, this will expose the whole back of the phone, the vibrating thing is near the top left
Hi. First thing, you can check your sound settings, by tapping Star Menu, then Settings, then Sounds & Notifications, and through that page, you can check if your incoming call alert is on (just sound, or vibrate and sound), you can try to change the ringtone to see if your current ringtone is damaged or not. (Since other sounds are alright, there shouldn't be any problem in your hardware or in the sound volume levels) Hope this helps.
The vibrate function of a phone is just a simple motor that pulses back and forth, creating a vibration. Just like any other motor, these can burn out. If the phone is still under warranty, you should be able to get it replaced. If not, an electronics repair shop may be able to fix it, but depending on parts and labor, you may be better off buying a new phone.
The instruction given in the user's guide are WRONG, which infuriated me. To perform a hard reset, hold down the power button and turn the phone off. Then, while holding volume down and the center button, turn the phone back on. It will give you the hard reset prompt immediately. Follow the instructions. I hope I saved you the stress I went through.