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Xperia E vibration problem

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Inhabitant
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Xperia E vibration problem

My Xperia E has all of a sudden started to vibrate constantly even when switched off, the only way I can get it to stop is to take the battery out, Is there any reason why it is doing this and what do people recommend?

 

Thanks in advance

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Moderator
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

Boot in safe mode,see if the same occurs:

http://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/FAQ/How-to-boot-your-phone-into-safe-mode/m-p/348008



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Inhabitant
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

Still vibrating mate any other suggestions?

Moderator
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

Try a repair with SUS:

http://www.sonymobile.com/gb/tools/update-service/



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Inhabitant
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

That's worked thanks

Moderator
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

Anytime.



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Visitor
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

i have this same problem and it is not working at all its still vibrating any help you can offer ?

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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

Hi and welcome to the community mcpl12ful! Since you're new please be sure that you have checked out our Discussion guidelines.

 

If you have tried to boot your phone into safe mode but still experience the same behaviour, I suggest that you perform a software repair on your phone via PC Companion:
http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/tools/pc-companion/

In PC Companion you press start on Support Zone > Start on Update the phone/tablet software > Repair phone/tablet (the blue clickable link in the message) > Follow these steps without having your device connected to the PC.

Follow the instruction that appears in the program and do not connect your device until this guide tells you how to connect it.

sony_sign_logo.png - Official Sony Xperia Support Staff


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One time poster
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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

My phone has been vibrating non stop, only when I remove the battery it stops, please assist me.

I have done performed software repair same problem persists.

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Re: Xperia E vibration problem

My xperia E1 just started vibrating nonstop even when switched off
It only stops when I remove the battery. Please help on how to stop this.