August 7th, 2012, 10:02 AM
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Originally Posted by EpicMindWarp
You can adjust the option in Settings -> Power Saving.
Also, try leaving "auto haptic" turned on, just to make sure it is automatically working.
auto haptic has nothing to do with being automatic.
It simply let's you specify which apps you want to use haptic feedback and which you don't. Selected apps still use haptic feedback evan if power saving is on.
I'd start by checking for a firmware update.