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  1. #1
    Moody Marco
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    ....is there a reason mobiles seem to turn off vibarte when on charge?





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  2. #2
    Mr Rip Curl
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    Re: Just out of curiousity...

    "Moody Marco" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > ...is there a reason mobiles seem to turn off vibarte when on charge?


    Vibrate is designed to vibrate against your skin so I reckon the
    manufacturers have factored in that if the phone is on charge it is
    unlikely to be against your skin so vibrating is unnecessary.

    Also, since it is the battery that vibrates rather than the phone
    itself usually, and it will be the battery getting recharged, the
    vibration could knock the charging lead out of the phone or it could
    jump out of its charger.



  3. #3
    Tony Clark
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    Re: Just out of curiousity...

    Probably to prevent the phone from vibrating off the night stand while it is
    charging.

    TC

    "Moody Marco" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > ...is there a reason mobiles seem to turn off vibarte when on charge?
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  4. #4
    Sascha (MC Sushii) Buettner
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    Re: Just out of curiousity...

    Hi,

    On 13 Sep 2003 09:47:27 -0700, [email protected] (Mr Rip Curl)
    wrote:

    >Also, since it is the battery that vibrates rather than the phone
    >itself usually, and it will be the battery getting recharged,


    in SE phones the vibration motor is built into the phone, not the
    battery.

    Take a look at one of these dsimantling guides at
    http://www.uselessinfo.org.uk

    C U

    Sushii


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  5. #5
    Daniel Juhn
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    Re: Just out of curiousity...

    > Also, since it is the battery that vibrates rather than the phone
    > itself usually

    usually? it aint the 1980's anymore mate





  6. #6
    Phil Lawrence
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    Re: Just out of curiousity...


    "Daniel Juhn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > Also, since it is the battery that vibrates rather than the phone
    > > itself usually

    > usually? it aint the 1980's anymore mate
    >
    >

    From what I gather it is the phone that vibrates through a vibrator unit and
    not the battery in the case of the T68i. And the idea of not vibrating on
    charge is, as was stated by someone else, to prevent the phone from taking a
    swan dive off your table/nightstand/car dashboard/sideboard etc.

    Phil


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