Hi, there. Thank you very much for your help and sorry for the delay. I've tried what you asked me to do, but it doesn't work. I wanted to change what you said, but the line load-module module-udev-detect
didn't appear. It appeared load-module module-udev-detect use_ucm=0
instead. The fact is that I entered the page you passed me, and there is one guy that has got the same line as me, and as he says, in order to solve the problem, you have to change use_ucm=0
. I did it, but no results.
I tried to close pulseaudio by typing "pulseaudio-k" on the terminal, but it reads that "the order wasn't found".
Anyway, I've tried playing music and the vibration is still there.
I think I'll have to listen to music or watch videos on my phone or in Windows.
Thank you very much, indeed.
I've found this page, in which some people complain about pulseaudio. (viewtopic.php?f=48&t=115181
) But there's one guy that says that the problem is the hardware. He /she bought an audio card and the audio works perfectly now. So, I think there's not a solution til I buy another audio card.
Thank you very much again. It's been a pleasure.