Has anyone able to disable Haptic feedback?

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  1. zero7404
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    i lost my grasp on what haptic meant ... my bad. didnt android 2.1 allow turning all haptic on/off ?

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    you can turn off all the haptic feedback that you're allowed to in the sound settings but that still leaves haptic feedback on the lockscreen. I wish you could at.least change the power of the vibration .. I prefer the Droid 1's vibration over the x. :(

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    I very much dislike haptic feedback. Hopefully there's an option to disable it completely without affecting silence/vibrate on the next update.
     
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    by making changes at framework-res.apk in /system/framework/ u can turn those annoying vibrate feedbacks off without influencing normal vibrate fuctions.
    i turned the unlock slide vibrate off and made the 4 virtual key vibrate a bit weaker.

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    Do you have instructions of how to do this? Does the phone need to be rooted first in order to modify the framework-res.apk?
     
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    Yes. the phone needs to be rooted to alter framework

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    instructions, or an altered file that can be planted in place of the stock file ?
     
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    Bump. Any developments here?
     
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