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I can solve this problem drop the phone on the floor, the problem is that the programming of the phone has messed up and is keeping the vibrating going so either buy new phone or keep dropping the phone till it stops vibrating
my phone barely got wet at all but wont stop viberating either.everthing else works fine. i set it on a table to go on the computer and the viberating just stopped and i dont know why but right after that it just started viberating again. i got some tips from some other people that didnt work 4 me but it might work 4 u. u could try doing a master reset which just taking out the battery when the phone is on and it resets or u can try blowing on the battery in case it somehow got some dust on it.