Haptic Feedback Question

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  1. rocky7

    rocky7 New Member

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    I can't seem to turn off the haptic feedback on the soft keys (menu/back/search/etc.) buttons.

    I've gone to the Sound settings, and the Language and Keyboard settings (both options - 'haptic...' and 'vibrate on keypress' respectively are not checked) yet when I tap the soft keys they still are vibrating the phone. A new droid user, so forgive my ignorance if this setting is intentional.

    Any ideas? Or is it just me?

    Thanks!
     
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    Oddly enough, on the D2 what you are looking for is set under Settings -> "Sound".

    Scroll down a bit and you'll see "haptic feedback," that's what controls the vibration on the softkeys.

    By default the softkeys vibrate so you know you've pressed them. Hard to know otherwise.
     
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    Thanks for the help. My setting "haptic feedback" under was off. So it sounds like there is no way to turn off the vibrate when pressing the soft keys - thanks for your reply!
     
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    Weird. On the original Droid, this did shut off the vibrations from the touchkeys. Sounds like a bug to me.
     
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    I have the same experience. With both "Haptic feedback" and "Vibrate on keypress" clearly deselected, my phone still provides haptic feedback for the softkeys, and I think for a few other on-screen events as well.

    It must be a bug on Motorola's part. My DInc would not vibrate with these settings.
     
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    Update time with the issues. I guess you have to expect a few quirks with it being brand new and with 2.2 and all

    Sent from my DROID2 using Tapatalk
     
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    i have the same problem. can't fix it and it drives me insane. think it will ever get fixed, or is my phone malfunctioning?
     
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    My girlfriends D2 does this.... and she asked me about it. I have the D1, and I was like, "oh gimme that, I can do it in 2 seconds". Of course it didn't work. I was like WTF?!!? DEFINITELY needs to be fixed. I am trying to convince her to root and maybe this will be a way to do that :)
     
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    i'm having the same problem! anyone figured this out yet or is it just something we're gonna have to deal with? i got my Droid 2 as a replacement & i immediately turned all the vibrating off just like i did with my D1 but the soft keys continue to vibrate (just like what was discussed above :) )
    anyone have an update or something?
    thanks!
     
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    Just got a Droid 2, yesterday, and I have this problem, too. I like haptic feedback but my wife *hates* it. Is this the right forum to get a response from Motorola or Verizon? I suspect calling Verizon tech support would be a waste of time but maybe not? Opinions?

    FWIW, it seems to look, walk, and quack like a bug.
     
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    Haptic feed back p#$%&*g me off

    I think that over looked that little option in the new OTA update I hate anything that vibrates or makes a sound when you touch or press something. I really hope that they fix it in the next OTA update.
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    D2 has this lingering Haptic in a stupid spot:
    Settings> Language & keyboard> Multi-touch keyboard> Sound on keypress

    Whola.

    Cheers! DS



     
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