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Old February 2nd, 2011, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whenever I am sending a message on my keyboard each key vibrates a little each time i press it down. It use to not do this and how can I eliminate this as it is annoying. I looked for it in settings but couldn't find it. Any help is appreciated. thanks!

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Old February 2nd, 2011, 04:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Go to 'settings' then to 'Language and keyboard' click on 'Android keyboard settings' and make sure 'Vibrate on keypress' is unchecked. If that doesn't work go to 'sound and display' and uncheck 'haptic feedback'.
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thanks for the help but unfortunately it doesn't work. I am talking about the hard keyboard that slides out not the soft one. their is nothing in device keyboard that handles this. and i could undo haptic feedback but i would rather not.
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Haha then you just disable 'haptic feedback' for about 5 min, use the market, browse the web, and then after that time, go back and re-enable 'haptic feedback' and your keyboard will stop vibrating. Make sure you actually do something on your phone during that minimum of 5min.
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This use to happen to me, just turn off the phone and than turn it back on and it should b fixed.
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This use to happen to me, just turn off the phone and than turn it back on and it should b fixed.
I used to do that when I had EXT4, but since I forgot to during my last wipe... =.="
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