Support keyboard

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  1. eteyen1

    eteyen1 Well-Known Member
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    quick question, how do I turn off vibrations when I use the keyboard. Tried turning off haptic feedback but didnt do anything? I'm using the HTC IME mod for 2.2. Thanks
     

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  2. SUroot

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    Are you sure you turned the feedback off in the correct keyboard settings, theres one for each keyboard rather than an overarching setting
     
  3. eteyen1

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    how do I do it for the HTC IME mod then? I did it in the touch input one, which I assume isnt correct, but couldnt figure out how to do it for the IME mod one
     
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    On mine in language and keyboard there is an option under the tick box.to enable HTC_IME mod of the same name which states its the settings for it
     
  5. eteyen1

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    yea, have gone in there, but cant seem to figure out how to turn it off, nothing I'm doing seems to work? Which is it?
     
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    Language n keyboard, HTC IME mod, text, vibrate when typing
     
  7. eteyen1

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    ah thanks, got it now, does it actually save that much on battery though?
     
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    haha. I suppose its relative to how much typing you do. But if you think about it, vibration is a cam on a motor spinning around off-centre to cause the movement, so it probably uses a fair bit of battery.
     
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