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How to Solve Samsung Galaxy S3 Vibrator Problems?

How to Solve Samsung Galaxy S3 Vibrator Problems?

These days normally all of us keep our phones on vibration mode, and this is mainly because of the fact that we feel more comfortable while our phones are on the vibration mode. The reason for this is that, we are the only one who know when we receive any text message or call from anyone, hence saving ourselves from awkwardness while in meetings, hospitals, Library’s or any other place where silence is mandatory or one needs to avoid any kind of distractions.

If you are a S3 user, and you love to keep your phone on vibration mode then it surely matters when your phone’s vibrator is giving you problems.

In the following lines you will get to know about all the possible Samsung Galaxy S3 vibrator problems and its viable solutions.

Problems

  • No Vibration.
  • Low Vibration.
  • Sometimes it vibrates sometimes it doesn’t.

Reasons of Problems

  • Phone might be water damaged or have incurred any kind of physical damage.
  • Vibrator might be faulty.
  • Vibrator’s contacts might be rusty or they are not making proper contact with vibrator’s contact pins.
  • Any of the coils of vibrator might be damaged, hence causing this problem

Workaround

  • Restart and Check.
  • Check Vibrator’s settings.

Hardware Solution

s3 vibrator contacts

  • Clean Vibrator’s contacts.
  • Check vibrator with the help of a multi meter, if faulty replace.

s3-vibrator contact-pins-coils

  •  Pull up or re-solder vibrator’s contacts pins.
  • Check connection between vibrator contact pins 1 & 2 with their respective coils. If coils are damaged replace them.

All of the above mentioned steps will surely help you to overcome your phones vibration problem, sometimes a simple restart does the job right, but when it doesn’t then the only option you have with you is to go with its hardware solution. However the best thing about the hardware solution of S3’s vibrator is that it is really not that difficult, and if you understand the circuit then you might not have any problem in resolving the hardware solution on your own. However it is compulsory for you to have all the right tools before you begin the hardware solution on your own, else you might damage other circuits too.

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