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haptic feed back help

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by CreditGod, Jan 5, 2010.

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    how do you turn off haptic feed back i have tried going to settings and un checking the box but when i use the phone dial pad it still vibrates

    please help
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    Settings - Sound and Display Settings - Haptic Feedback - UNCHECK IT. Then reboot, and I'd do a battery pull as well. That should do it.

    Good luck,
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    i already did that it still has the vibrating when i use the phone dial pad i even pulled my battery out

    that was the first thing i did

    is there something else i can do
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    Just tried that on mine. You're right. Didn't stop haptic feedback when dialing on my phone either. Hmmmm......

    Just curious. Why don't you want the haptic feedback? I find it to be like a refreshing CLICK to confirm I've actually dialed the number. What say you?
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    I was wondering this same thing. I like haptic feedback on the menu buttons at the bottom of the phone but not on the phone dialer. I would like to turn it off too but haven't figured it out. I don't think you can.
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    Question for you too Raven. Why don't you like haptic when dialing? I'm not criticizing; just curious that I find something so positive that someone else wants to get rid of.
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    drains battery but up until yesterday i had it turned off and then all of a sudden it came back and i cant turn it off


    I think my droid is starting to take a life of it own lol just kidding
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    Just can't see that on mine. The Operating system only takes 7% of my battery use, including haptic feedback.
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    I don't like it either. No specific reason I can offer, just don't. Wish I could turn it off.