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    Default Vibration?

    My phone vibrates (or so I think so) at the most random times. I have turned off haptic feedback but I still feel that sometimes when I am using any of the apps it just vibrates? Is there a accidental touch vibrate thing or what?
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    You might have the kick back turned on it in settings then accessibility.
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    Nope, the kick back is off too.
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    Then I'm not sure what it could be. Did you add any apps lately?
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    I did but I dont think any of them would mess with the vibration of the phone.
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    The only other thing I can think of is a battery pull hope you figure it out. Good luck.
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    I've noticed that on occasion while I am using the soft keyboard to send a text or whatever, randomly I'll get a much longer vibrate that is not the haptic feedback. Not sure if this is what you're talking about though.
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    Just got G2 phone with T-Mobile. As is wasn't fully charged I plugged it in when I got home. It is fully charged now and I can't get it to stop buzzing or vibrating. If it is supposed to do that while charging it's a bogus "feature" unless it can be turned OFF. I have been all around the settings.
    Vibrate is set to OFF ALWAYS, Haptic feedback is set to OFF, I pulled the battery out for a few moments and put it back in. Still vibrates. The only way for it to not vibrate is to take the battery OUT.

    There's gotta be a way to shut this irritation off short of going back to my Windows Mobile phone :-{
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    Quote Originally Posted by krustybaguette View Post
    Just got G2 phone with T-Mobile. As is wasn't fully charged I plugged it in when I got home. It is fully charged now and I can't get it to stop buzzing or vibrating. If it is supposed to do that while charging it's a bogus "feature" unless it can be turned OFF. I have been all around the settings.
    Vibrate is set to OFF ALWAYS, Haptic feedback is set to OFF, I pulled the battery out for a few moments and put it back in. Still vibrates. The only way for it to not vibrate is to take the battery OUT.

    There's gotta be a way to shut this irritation off short of going back to my Windows Mobile phone :-{
    That's a bad phone, take it back for a replacement.
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    I'd suggest downloading and messing around a bit with the vibrate settings. When you run the app, just open the menu and select Vibrate Settings. It doesn't give an abundance of options, but it might offer a solution. Other than that, I would have to agree with Sploinkin.
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    @krustybaguette


    I take that back...factory reset and if that doesn't work, take it back for a replacement.
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    My phone are vibrates in every 10 minutes while keeping in general mode, due to vibration facing lots of problem suggest me what can i do now ?

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