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5th March 2014, 02:30 AM   |  #1  
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Sometimes, when I restart my omate, right as it boots up, I get a "headphones disconnected" message that pops up and then disappears. I was wondering if anybody else is seeing this, or if something has happened to mine. The reason I ask is that my vibrate stopped working and it seems to have started the first time I saw this message. Just wondering if anyone has seen this, and if your omate still vibrates. Very frustrating, since vibrate is pretty much the only way to never miss a text message, if I'm in a loud room or listening to headphones.

I tried backup and restore, no result

I flashed omate_1900_truesmart_20140120 firmware, still no vibrate.

Anyone else experiencing this, or have any suggestions on what I might try next, or do you think my watch is faulty

Edit: my phone started vibrating again, not sure why. powered it on and off and shook it around a little, now it works
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7th March 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #2  
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I see the message at nearly every boot, vibrate motor still works for me just fine, but as far as the toast message, you're not alone.

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---------- Post added at 08:08 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:05 AM ----------

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Originally Posted by trent999

You may have received a defective watch. [Content Removed]

Getting a replacement for your defective TrueSmart will take some time, if it turns out to be possible at all.

Quoted from another thread but the same may be true if your vibrator (on your watch, that is) isn't working at all.

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