As the question says, my wife's Droid Turbo 2 vibrates, or buzzes, constantly the entire time she is on some calls. Intensity may vary during the call. However, it seems to be random. At first we thought it was only around power lines, but it is not. It doesn't only happen in certain places. It also doesn't consistently happen in certain places. It doesn't matter whether she received or placed the call, whether the other end is land or mobile line, what type of signal she's on, whether HD calling is active or not, etc. We have tried changing every possible setting, to no avail. Any help would be appreciated.
By chance, do you have any of the Accessibility settings turned on for that phone?
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Mine does the same thing and others on the other end can't hear me. It's rather annoying
I am new to Droid phone and I have the same issue. It is not a random buzzing but it sounds like a buzzing/humming noise for any system or application notification like email, sms, application notification. The other party can hear the noise as well.
There is another thread where they think it is random, but I suspect the same problem.
Yea we need answers now. No stall games, then I can't get a replacement phone. Like a galaxy 7. Get on it. Ditto here with the humming then no one can hear me. Chop Chop.
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PS: Don't give me the same phone that does the thing or a cheaper stank phone either. And no I won't call Motorola. That's your job. $800+. I don't think so.
Do you happen to have a LifeProof case? Both mine did it as long as we had the case on it. If so you can use speaker phone and it fixes it.
I have had the same problem, in fact since july I have had 4 phones and each one has had this same buzzing or humming noise. It has even affected people being able to hear me. The phone has now been sent back to Motorola for them to fix the problem. When i talk to them about this issue they want to brush it aside. Any one have it fixed yet.
Been thru that route as well. Mine has had it happen with or without the case on it. Did removing the case fix your problem?