Loss of vibration doesn't indicate battery's life is coming to an end. There are lots of probable cause to this problem. It can be mechanical - a small motor responsible for the phone's vibration might be defective due to prolonged use. Since I will not be able to actually check your phone, the best solution to this is bring your phone to a qualified phone technician in your local area for proper diagnosis. He's the right expert and the second opinion to that kind of problem.
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Iphone: If you set the iPhone to vibrate in silent mode, it still makes an audible buzzing sound that may bother or disrupt others. If you need your iPhone to stay completely quiet, temporarily disable vibration. You can turn off vibration when silent mode is on, off or both. Tap the button next to "Vibrate on Ring."
Blackberry: Turning vibration on my mobile phone on or off
Find "Notifications" Slide your finger down the display starting from the top edge of your mobile phone. ...
Turn vibration on or off. Tap the indicator next to Vibrate to turn the function on or off.
If it was lost by evaporation it was just water that left, so add distilled water only. If it was lost by spillage then add a mix of 37-38% sulphuric acid with distilled water, to the correct level indicator.
You can get this mix from an autoparts store like Autozone. It can't be sent by post. If you make the mix yourself, then only ever add acid to water a bit at a time, NEVER add water to acid, it will spit. Wear good eye protection and rubber gloves as well.
Most cell phones the vibration mode is produced through the battery, nine times out of ten if the phone wont vibrate it is an indication of battery going bad. First try removing the battery and putting it back in, also try charging the battery while the phone is shut off. If these dont help you may have to look into another battery. Hope this helps.
Please remove the charger and take the battery out of the phone for one minute. Whilst the battery and charger are out press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to drain any residual power from the phone.
Replace the battery and charger and after a minute power up again.
If the issue is resolved or if it persists please do let me know.
Did the location change, a Echo from a wall or vibration from the table. It is a one way sound, someone talks and you hear. As soon as you talk it cuts out the speaker even if they are still talking and it transmitts what you say. So any noise in the room could trigger the the transmit mode even an echo from the sound being turned up too loud. The mike is on the bottom of the base and can pick up table vibration and send it into transmit mode. So the person talking cuts in and out.
The best way to fix this is to hold the Power and the Home button for 15 seconds or so, basically hold them both until the Apple Logo reappears. I work at o2 and have seen this problem a few times, its nothing major, just annoying
Your phone may have lost registration to the base.
1) Try disconnecting the power to the base and then re-connecting the power with the cordless phone in the base. Give it a few seconds, then see if it works.
2) Try removing the battery, wait 10 seconds, re-install the battery and set the phone in the charger.