Haptic feedback

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  1. jetdoc

    jetdoc Member

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    I have gone to settings and haptic feedback and it is enabled, however I get no haptic feedback when I am on the keyboard. It does work in other areas, ie: unlocking screen lock.

    I have the new system update and I did have to do a factory reset lastnight because of not locking on 3G. 3G prob fixed but no haptic feedback, any ideas...?
     
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    Never mind, figured it out.
     
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    What was the fix?
     
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    go into keyboards in setting you have to check it there also...
     
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    Yea what ctxx said....I should've known that before I posted here on it.
     
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    Has anyone had the experience on 3g or 4g haptic feedback if garbage, but once Wi-Fi enabled haptic is much stronger. I thought it be coincidental but I've tried it several times over the past couple days with same result.

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    Hey all. Is there a way to turn of the haptic feedback for the soft buttons with Mav? Forgive me if I'm completely overlooking something. It pretty annoying and seems like that could be a total battery killer. Thanks in advance
     
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    Should be in settings under sound. Scroll down some and should be there

    I'm not saying it was aliens...bit it was aliens.
     
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    Yep, I'm an idiot. It makes sense that vibration on key press would be in "sounds". So logical....

    Thanks Optimus
     
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    It uses some battery but not a noticeable amount on my d2

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