Haptic Feedback On Dial Pad

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  1. dieselpowered

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    Just wondering if anyone else is having this happen. I have haptic feedback turned off and it does not do it on the quick keys, however, when I dial on the dial pad...it still does it. Is this correct, or is there another place I need to turn off the haptic feedback?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. thelion

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    Yup. Mine does it as well. I have haptic shut off but when I use the virtual keypad for dialing I get a feedback. Drives me nuts but I can see the purpose.
     
  3. dieselpowered

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    Roger that, guess we will see if it is a bug or operating as it should when the new updates come out.

    Thanks!
     
  4. volando

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    try enabling it everywhere, verifying that it works as intended when on, then disabling it again... sometimes settings get messed up by weird android bugs and/or third party apps in weird ways that you have cycle the whole switch operation...
     
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    yeah, i dislike haptic feedback, and im always bummed that you have to have it for the dialpad :(
     
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    I hate this too. Is there any way to disable haptic feedback globally?
     
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    I thought I remembered seeing a seperate setting for this in the phone settings. Maybe I'm wrong, but my guess is that it's two seperate settings?
     
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    i dont see "phone settings" under settings. only call settings
     
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    It happens other places too even when it's shut off, like the unlock screen. It makes you think that there are a couple of die-hard haptic feedback guys at Google who just think "surely they still want it here, even if they shut it off, right?"
     
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    I have my haptic feedback off in my settings, but I still get feedback when I press the soft keys on the bottom of the phone. Can you guys help me out? It is bugging me!
     
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