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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by acoers, Aug 4, 2011.
Yep got all that
Hey figured it out, I was reading on the motorola forum and seen there saying you need to download a app called sound manager. Then once you download it you go to menu and go to the vibrate and if vibrates not working its because it shut off somehow. So you just go there and click vibrate all the time. I finally worked for me.
I tried a factory reset, it still didn't fix the vibrate issue. I also started having random loss of 3G which then caused a spontaneous reboot. VZW is overnighting me a brand new Droid 3
Did ya try this
Nope, not gonna bother since they are sending a replacement.
Yea i hear ya
Are you using a widget? How are you putting it to vibrate?
I downloaded a app called sound manger and it shows all your sounds settings. Well my overall vibrate was shut off so I turned it on through the app and checked it and it worked. Then I deleted the app and it still works.
How has this app been as far as affecting your battery life?
I haven't noticed any affect on the battery.
I just fixed mine with this issue.
I went in, turned it off, and turned it back on. Vibrating ever since.