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My vibrator wont stop

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everytime i send an MMS my vibrator goes mad and wont stop.

It happens just when the MMS is sent and as I said the vibrator goes crazy(somthing for the laides ;-)

anyone have the same issues or know how to fix it?

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Under Sound/Notification, turn off vibrate.

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Under Sound/Notification, turn off vibrate.

Doesnt seem to vork.

The vibrator just wont stop,i have to shut the phone down to make it stop.

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everytime i send an MMS my vibrator goes mad and wont stop.

Am I the only one sniggering?

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Am I the only one sniggering?

No :D

Best subject line in ages!

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the subject certainly gets your attention :(

I have this issue with my Vario (ye oldy original one) - I won't say problem as I'm sure some people won't consider it a problem :D

I've found I can stop it by holding down the comms manager button to make it change to vibrate then back to ringing and it stops it vibrating. Don't know what phone you have and I only get this happening intermittantly.

OK, just noticed which forum this is in...

Edited by simonc
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Ill add my tuppence worth, it certainly made me chuckle. Maybe we have discovered a way to get threads looked at!

Sorry I cant be much help with your problem! ;-)

Cheers

Phill

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the subject certainly gets your attention :o

It certainly does - had to double check which site I was on! :(

The only thing I can think of is....do you have a long ringtone assigned as an MMS alert? As far as I can remember if you have a long ringtone, the vibrate will keep going until the ringtone has finished playing even if it is set to silent/vibrate.

Failing that, you could sell it on eBay as the ultimate rampant rabbit for those gadget loving ladies :D

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Well now its all sorted out...

After a lot of "fingering" without any positive results I decided to do a cold reset.

And cold reset was the s*** :D

So to all you girls out there hoping to buy my phone...sorry

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