reset the phone. press and hold the volume DOWN button whilst pressing the power button. follow the instructions on the screen. not a hard reset, just clears cache and untangles a few cords (EM's phrase I stole )
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Have just upgraded to the One frrom the One X and like the vast majority, absolutley love the phone.
On the One X, I reallyliked the haptic feedback you got when using the bottom buttons. Now, I don't know if it's just me but I am getting no Haptic feedback at all when pressing the Home or Back buttons.
Vibrate on touch is checked in the options settings.
Should I be getting feedback? Should i be able to feel it? Is my phone defected or am I just being stupid.
Thanks for looking and here's hoping someone out there can shed some light......
ChrisH76 - You can keep haptic feedback on while in Power Save mode! Just turn Power Save mode off by pulling the top slider down and clicking the check box. Now that it's off, click on the Power Save mode icon to the far left (this is the battery w/ leaf symbol when you pull the top slider down). This will give you the Power Saver options. You can pick which items the Power Saver will throttle. I think it's the 2nd from the bottom is vibration/haptic. Uncheck that, then turn Power Save back on. Bingo... now you have haptic feedback, and still in power save.
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I recently got the HTC One (silver) and love it but at the weekend, my battery was running low after being out all day and, as expected, the phone went into power save mode. When I got to a charger and charged it up and checked all the settings, but since then have had no vibration on my phone and even getting occasional small clicking sounds when pressing keys. I have checked everything, rebooted and still no vibration. Any ideas?
I just bought a HTC One and noticed that, with the haptic feed on, when i type, after a few normal feedback vibrations, there is "strange" one - as if the screen isnt connected properly to the main body. And it does that after each 4-8 normal vubrations.
Should i demand a new unit or is it something normal?
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