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[Q] Vibration not working

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19th August 2014, 06:26 PM   |  #1  
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My Xperia Z2 vibration is not working... suddenly it stopped.. I have already done factory reset and turning the phone one and off quite a few times... I would gladly appreciate if someone please suggest me any kind of solutions for this problem... thank you...
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rma it. There isn't any solution. Unless you open the phone and change vibra mechanism.
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My Xperia Z2 vibration is not working... suddenly it stopped.. I have already done factory reset and turning the phone one and off quite a few times... I would gladly appreciate if someone please suggest me any kind of solutions for this problem... thank you...

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rma it. There isn't any solution. Unless you open the phone and change vibra mechanism.

or you could send to sony for a free repair as this is known as a manufacturing issue and is covered by sonys 2 year warrenty which comes with all xperias

all you are required to have is proof of purchase and the device its self (also a sony service centre in your country)
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rma it. There isn't any solution. Unless you open the phone and change vibra mechanism.

Thanks bro but I dint get you properly... What is rma????
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Thanks bro but I dint get you properly... What is rma????

Rma is Return merchandise authorization. It just means returning the device to the company for refund, repair or replacement.
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or you could send to sony for a free repair as this is known as a manufacturing issue and is covered by sonys 2 year warrenty which comes with all xperias

all you are required to have is proof of purchase and the device its self (also a sony service centre in your country)

That's just what I said with fewer words
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