1. zipperblues's Avatar
    Hey all! New to the forum, but an avid LG fan since the days before smartphones.

    I've had the LG G6 since maybe April, purchased new from AT&T and, to no surprise, it has been a flawless device ever since.

    I've experienced zero malfunctions or bugs since then...until today.

    Out of the blue, midway through composing a text, the vibration function quit. Now the device seems to have lost all vibration abilities, be it haptic feedback, call or text notifications, all of it!

    Has anyone else experienced this witchery, or am I all alone?

    Thanks

    Also, I apologize if this is an inappropriate place to post this. I didn't see a more specific thread or a pre-existing post for this issue. Thanks again!
    07-22-2017 05:22 PM
  2. Qc_Anubis's Avatar
    Hmmmm Very odd have you tried to reboot the device ? i don't think you need to come to this but maybe a reset could fix it if you already rebooted. First time i even that type of issue tbh 0.0
    07-22-2017 05:34 PM
  3. zipperblues's Avatar
    I have rebooted the device as well as turned it off and left it off overnight (not that that really matters but I figured it wouldn't hurt to give the device a break). Neither one seemed to have any effect on the issue.
    07-22-2017 06:09 PM

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