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Old December 16th, 2011, 03:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Surprised How to stop vibrate when typing?

I tried unchecking vibrate on tocuh, what else is there? Also, it sometimes doesn't vibrate when I type, but most of the time it does.

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Old December 16th, 2011, 03:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It should be in the keyboard settings. If they are the same as on older versions of Android, you would go to your main phone settings, find keyboard, select the android keyboard and turn off vibrate feedback.
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Settings > Language & input > Whatever keyboard you're using (I'm assuming stock from here on out) > Vibrate on key-press
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Wrong, You do realize he is talking about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Correct?

There is no such setting for Vibrate on key-press in that section.
Actually there is, it is settings-> language & input-> android keyboard settings-> vibrate on keypress.
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how to turn off the keyboard vibrate?? That still bugs the heck out of me. Searched and still can't find it even with the vibrate setting turned off.
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If you go under Language and Input, choose android keyboard, you can turn off the vibrate function there.

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how to turn off the keyboard vibrate?? That still bugs the heck out of me. Searched and still can't find it even with the vibrate setting turned off.
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cheers, lets see if it works. Think thats every option of keyboard vibrate off now.

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I struggled with this after the Sense 3.0 update. Vibrate wouldn't stop (even though turned off) until I'd turned Sound Feedback on.
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Hello friends

how can a desactivate vibration on Androi 4.0.3 i canīt find it
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Happy Android Haptic Feedback HTC One

There are two vibrate feedbacks in the HTC One XL

To disable both:
1) Settings / Sound / Vibrate Feedback
2) Settings / Language and Keyboard / HTC Sense Input / Vibrate Feedback
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