Currently Being ModeratedJul 5, 2013 10:39 AM (in response to Charlies47)
Check your sound settings, Settings->Sounds, make sure Vibrate in any desired circumstance is turned on. Assuming you've already checked that, try a hard reset of the device, hold down the sleep/wake button and the home button until the silver Apple logo pops up, RELEASE AS SOON AS YOU SEE THE LOGO so your phone won't be put into recovery mode. This will reboot the software and rule out a software issue. If this doesn't work, its probably a hardware issue, call 1-800-MY-APPLE and check the warranty status. If still in warranty, it will be repaired at no cost, if not, out of warranty repair is $149.00 for your device. Now before you do that, it COULD be that the vibration motor is jammed or stuck, which is located near the headphone jack. Download a free vibration app like "iBrate", and turn it on, gently tap the spot near the headphone jack and see if it turns on. Could work, from reading other posts. Good Luck!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 6, 2013 5:46 AM (in response to ztolley89)
Thanks buddy.. But when I asked for help After that I suddenly strok my iPhone for a very little bit time and very little bit with wood. And when I called my iPhone from another cell phone , it automatically turned on. I think my iPhone vibration was jammed. Anyway thanks a lot for yours feedback