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Haptic Feedback Broken

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by michaelearth, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. michaelearth
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    I'm on liberty 0.9 and for some reason all haptic feedback is broken. It no longer vibrates on texts, calls, keyboard typing. I've rebooted the phone, cleared cache and dalvik cache.. But nothing works. What should I do?

    Thanks

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    There is a setting in the liberty tool box for hepatic feedback have you tried that yet?

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    The setting is already checked in liberty and haptic still does not work...

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    Anyone have any suggestions? This is really frustrating...

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    Try repairing permissions in ROM Manager or Liberty maybe? I do that sometimes when things get screwy.
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    Another person had this issue in the generic threads and had to SBF his phone to fix it.
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    Did you install a 3rd party theme? Sometimes that can mess up haptic feedback.
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    Nope.. This is realy weird. For some reason haptics just stopped working. They used to work...
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    You can try re-installing liberty over the top of what's installed now. Don't wipe-data prior to installation. It should fix/repair any system items that may be corrupted.
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    I wont lose anything if i dont wipe right ? EX:apps,texts,pictures....
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    Not that I'm aware of. It will wipe any extra apps / customizations in the System folder (like you setup through Liberty Customizer).

    Worst case scenario - create a Clockwork backup prior to re-installing. That way you can always revert if you need to.

    Boot into clockwork recovery > backup & restore > backup (wait 5 minutes or so).
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    I just renistalled 0.9 and it DID NOT fix my haptic issue.

    IM really starting to get frustrated....
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    You may need to sbf back to stock and then start over only thing I can think of..

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    No one's asking so I'll just say it what's the big deal with this heptic feedback ?
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    Seriously? I hate doing that! its such a pain backing everything up and flashing roms. Im pissed right now haha
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    I feel your pain it is a pita but if your really missing it then only way to make sure everything is everything is to bk up,wipe and clean installs

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    My phone wont vibrate at all in any app. Not even during messages or phone calls. Trust me its pretty annoying
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    Perhaps the phone is defective? Other than SBF'ing and starting over, that'd be my next guess.
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    Alright so where is a guide to sbf my droidx to fix thus problem?

    Thanks

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    This whole thread has plenty of SBF tutorials.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=688
    I still use the .340 sbf even though the gingerbread sbf was released...
    Back up your apps with TB first...
    SBF...
    (I guess this would be the EASIEST way...and most reliable Creating a bootable linux CD soley to SBF *headache free* - Android Forums )

    And then follow the instructions to get back on rooted gingerbread.
    [How To] Upgrade to Rooted .596 Official Rom - xda-developers
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