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My Mobile is no longer vribando shock absorber installing a 4.4.4 rom vibration was totally weak, already installed several roms but returns normal vribrar, anyone have any suggestions. Thank you.
 
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My Mobile is no longer vribando shock absorber installing a 4.4.4 rom vibration was totally weak, already installed several roms but returns normal vribrar, anyone have any suggestions. Thank you.
Which ROM did you install?
 
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Which ROM did you install?
Currently this (S+ Reborn Release 6 KK 4.4.4-signed) but already got to install the original rom, and still continues to vibrations very weak, hardly understand her.
 
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Currently this (S+ Reborn Release 6 KK 4.4.4-signed) but already got to install the original rom, and still continues to vibrations very weak, hardly understand her.
Can you flash XXJVU (stock, 2.3.6) and check if vibration returns to normal?

If you go back to stock and it starts working then it was a Kernel problem, if it still doesn't work then it's a hardware problem and there is nothing that you can do.
 
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Can you flash XXJVU (stock, 2.3.6) and check if vibration returns to normal?

If you go back to stock and it starts working then it was a Kernel problem, if it still doesn't work then it's a hardware problem and there is nothing that you can do.
Actually my friend, I return to the rom sitada above, and other 2 more original versions, but without success. I believe the problem may be the same board. But okay, it was a pleasure, if you somehow get back to normal, I'll post the result here. Hugs to all!
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