Phone vibration is an integral part of a cell phone. It lets a user know about important notifications when a phone is on silent.
But if the vibration of the phone goes wrong, it can lead to a person checking their phone unnecessarily.
There are plenty of reasons why this can happen, and in this blog we will understand each reason in detail.
What causes your phone to vibrate with no reason?
1. Software bugs :-
A third-party app or a system update can lead to this issue.
Apps send you notifications for various reasons, and if there is a bug in a third-party app, it can lead to notifications being sent even when they are not needed.
For example, if there is a bug in the news app and you have set up alerts for “breaking news,” it will start sending notifications other than breaking news, which can lead to your phone vibrating for no reason.
When you update your phone’s OS, if that update has a bug, it can lead to this problem.
2. Deleted Notification :-
A deleted notification can occur when a person sends you a text and then unsends it.
In this situation, your phone will vibrate, but there will be no message as the message has been retracted.
You will not be able to see the message as it has been unsent by your friend; therefore, this might also lead you to think that the phone is vibrating without any reason.
3. Phantom Vibration Syndrome :-
In simple terms, the “phantom vibration system” is a syndrome in which an individual perceives that their phone is vibrating from a text message.
This may potentially contribute to the problem.
It typically occurs when someone uses their smartphone excessively.
4. Download Manager :-
Download Manager is also known to cause this issue.
Suppose you have downloaded an image. In rare cases, the download manager will re-download the image or song automatically for a split second and then immediately disappear.
Hence, this can lead to your phone vibrating for no reason.
5. Charging Cable :-
If your charging cable is broken or not connected properly, it can lead to your phone vibrating for no reason.
How to fix this issue ?
1. Notifications Settings :-
The first solution to this problem is to check your phone‘s notification settings.
This will be useful in finding the buggy app which is sending unnecessary notifications.
This step will enable you to identify the app that is to be blamed
Step 1 – Tap “Settings.”
Step 2 – Select “Notifications .”
Step 3 – Once you have done this, search “Manage all”, now individually search for each app and tap “notification sound ”.
Toggle it off to none.
2) Updates App or system’s :-
If the above method does not work, you can try updating all the apps installed in your phone or the operating system.
To update apps:
Step 1 – Open “Playstore”and tap on “profile ”located at upper right hand corner”.
Step 2 – Tap “Manage apps and devices.”
Step 3 – Select “Update all.”
To update your OS –
Go to “System update ”by tapping on settings.
3) Factory Reset :-
If all the above solutions don’t work, factory reset is the last option.
Before you reset your phone, make sure all of your data is backed up.
The process to reset your phone depends on your phone manufacturer.
To reset your smartphone open your settings app or if it doesn’t work ,you can do it using the combination of power + volume combination.
4) Phantom Vibration Syndrome :-
To decrease the symptoms of the Phantom Vibrate System, an individual should try experimenting with “digital detox.”
You can also try changing your cellular ringtone or turning off all sounds and vibrations.
You can also try changing the position of where you keep your phone, for example, by keeping it in a different pocket.
Now after reading the blog, you have a clear idea as to what causes the problem and what are the solutions to this problem.
The steps listed above can be used to remedy the issue.
Our tech experts have confirmed that each of the aforementioned techniques is 100% effective.