Unable to turn off haptic feedback galaxy s3 4.1.2Support

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  1. Starsailor08

    Starsailor08 Member

    I upgraded my S3 i9300 recently to the official 4.1.2 rom. All went smoothly however there is one problem i can't seem to fix. I cannot turn off the haptic feedback on the keyboard. I have disabled the setting and reduced haptic vibration to 0 but it still won't turn off.
    All keyboard touches result in a small vibration regardless of what keyboard im using.
    Would anyone have any ideas how to sort this problem out. Its doing my head in. All other functions are working perfectly.
    Thanks in advance.

    Samsung galaxy s3 i9300 running 4.1.2.

  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Are you sure? I thought 4.1.2 was a leak only. Link please?
  3. sherlock5545

    sherlock5545 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it's still a leak, as far as I know. It might have many bugs.
  4. XplosiV

    XplosiV Master X is Watching You VIP Member

    What keyboard are you using?

    Maybe look to see if the keyboard is listed under the "auto haptic" list in Settings > sound > auto haptic
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  5. Starsailor08

    Starsailor08 Member

    It is a leak but other than this problem everything is working perfectly.
    I sorted it out by reinstalling the rom 4.1.2.
    Strange little bug
  6. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Yeah its just you said official which confused things so had to make sure we were talking about the same thing.
  7. blenky

    blenky Well-Known Member

    Edit: my idea already suggested.
  8. Canadian_Chick

    Canadian_Chick New Member

    My smasung S3 updated today to the 4.1.2 and i had the same issue with the keyboard. Not sure what the official fix is yet, but i simply went to settings > Sound > Vibration Intensity, and just turned down the vibration on this.
  9. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;) VIP Member

    Theres maybe a setting in the keyboard app?
    Myself, i love haptic! I can now (after a couple of years of touchscreens) type with two thumbs without looking :) without haptic, my thumbs would be dumb

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