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Not vibrating i dropped my phone on a carpeted floor and since then it does not vibrate

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1. Because ur handset dropped so definitely its ur vibrater's connection which has broken, u just visit samsung service centre and they will simply repaire or change the vibrater of ur h/s.

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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