Question about Cell Phones
Possible there is software or a hardware issue on the phone. To start with remove off the battery and keep aside for about 30 minutes.Put back the battey and restore the phone to factory settings by using the restore key and the default code of your phone.
If the phone is now set to mute the ring and vibration and if this works we have achieved the goal.
But if the fault remains, it can be a fault of the vibrating motor shorting without a control
The last resort is to reinstall the software to clear any errors in the software.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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