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So last night i flashed viperone 6.2.1 with latest kangaroo kernel. Everything went better than ever until i noticed that my phone no longer vibrates. I flashed a different ROM but it wont vibrate. I think that the vibration motor is dead (because it doesnt even vibrate when you power up the phone) So is there anything i can try before giving awful lot of money to htc to fix it? This phone is only 3 month old and i already broke it:/ (Sorry if this has been asked before)
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So last night i flashed viperone 6.2.1 with latest kangaroo kernel. Everything went better than ever until i noticed that my phone no longer vibrates. I flashed a different ROM but it wont vibrate. I think that the vibration motor is dead (because it doesnt even vibrate when you power up the phone) So is there anything i can try before giving awful lot of money to htc to fix it? This phone is only 3 month old and i already broke it:/ (Sorry if this has been asked before)
if its only 3 months old send it for repair under warranty.
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if its only 3 months old send it for repair under warranty.
I considered that, but unfortunately they will still charge money (nobody knows why). But i have s friend who works at a service center so i will ask him as soon as i can. Thank you for your reply
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