Haptic feedback ON PHONE DIALER!!Support


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  1. rockokma

    rockokma Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Seems to me you can't remove the haptic feedback on the phone dialer.

    I would hate to see that this is true, this is the best phone dialer I've had on an android device.
     

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  2. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to hijack, but, can you remove the key tones too?
     
  3. keyboard2010

    keyboard2010 New Member

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    I was wondering the same thing. How do you remove the loud key tone when your entering a number to call?
     
  4. mahsan88

    mahsan88 Well-Known Member

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    Settings > Sound and display > Audible touch tones (select off)
     
  5. mahsan88

    mahsan88 Well-Known Member

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    I think someone said it was built into 2.1 and cannot be changed...
     
  6. czm2000

    czm2000 Well-Known Member

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    That's only to turn it off for the keyboard. That has no affect on the dial pad.
     
  7. mahsan88

    mahsan88 Well-Known Member

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    It works on my phone. You much be doing something wrong.
     
  8. wonderbread

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    That worked for me. It's a different option than "Audio selection"
     
  9. woop

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    Nope, that will turn off the dial tone for the keypad.
     
  10. tats_06

    tats_06 Well-Known Member

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    This does remove the tone...but there is slight vibration feedback still, which is impossible to turn off....unless it gets rooted and we can load CM rom ;)
     
  11. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA) VIP Member

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    Yeah, haptic feedback doesnt look like it can be taken off, however the dial tone can be.
     
  12. SeattleYanksFan

    SeattleYanksFan Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to hijack, but what about turning off haptic feedback for texting/text input? While I like it, I find I type faster without it (on other touchscreen devices).
     
  13. wonderbread

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    Turning off haptic feedback also turns off the vibration while dialing, no r00t needed.
     
  14. CatsTide

    CatsTide Well-Known Member

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    settings>language keyboard>touc input>text input>vibrate when typing
     
  15. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member

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    Same problem here. I have both of these turned off and the dialer still has the haptic feedback.

    Unchecked: settings>language keyboard>touch input>text input>vibrate when typing
    Unchecked: settings>sound and display>Audible touch tones

    Any suggestions?
     
  16. coolbone

    coolbone Well-Known Member

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    The haptic feedback in the dialer is so that you don't accidentally pocket dial someone. The feedback should let you know that you're actually pressing buttons. It's a security feature. Not a hindrance.
     
  17. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member

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    I am just not a big fan of the haptic feedback. If that is the case, then why would they let me turn all the other haptic feedback off and not the dialer. I don't pocket dial people, so I don't need it. I have read that this is an issue on other HTC models as well.
     
  18. CatsTide

    CatsTide Well-Known Member

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    not sure if it's a feature or an issue but is it really that big of a deal?
     
  19. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member

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    Nah... just annoying.
     
  20. vjetti

    vjetti Active Member

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    I've been looking for this since I got the phone 2 weeks ago. Thanks!!! I'm guessing that the vibrate during texting/IMing has been a real battery drain for me
     
  21. Sherman

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    I may be misunderstanding this thread, but isn't the answer:

    Settings>Sounds&Display>Haptic Feedback (uncheck this)?

    Correction - this doesn't actually help on the dialer. Sorry. My quest to successfully answer my first question continues......
     
  22. pbaker2258

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    Yes, it is a big deal. I absolutely can't stand the haptic feedback. i just bought the phone, and now I have to return it for this one reason.

     
  23. nightfishing

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    that means one less troll ;)
     
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