disabling keypad feedback

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by memphis9489, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. memphis9489

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    The HTC Hero is my first experience with a virtual keyboard. It takes some getting used to but I have adapted rather quickly - to the point that I actually like it better. The self-correcting feature is great. It catches nearly all my mistakes and fixes them on the fly.

    However - I don't know if I've gotten better or my phone has gotten slower - but it seems to lag behind my typing now. I discovered that if I turn off the vibrate feedback feature that it speeds up considerably. I would think that anybody who gets really fast at typing on their Hero is eventually going to have to turn that off.

    Has anybody else noticed this?
     

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  2. Slug

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    Oh yes, many people have made the same comment. Tbh I don't find any k/b lag with haptic feedback enabled, but that may just be down to me typing slower or having a non-standard handset config. I certainly don't doubt that it's true under the right set of circumstances.
     
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