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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Member121545, May 21, 2010.

  1. Member121545

    Member121545 Guest
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    How do turn this down? I cannot find an option.

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  2. jamor

    jamor Android Expert

    I believe you can only turn it off by going into settings>sound+ display> audible touch tones - OFF
  3. 1967ls2

    1967ls2 Well-Known Member

    I would like to know also...And if there is a way to turn off the haptic feedback as well. I really don't need my phone to buzz when I dial a phone number.
  4. jamor

    jamor Android Expert

    settings > sounds and display > haptic feedback (UNCHECK this)
  5. 1967ls2

    1967ls2 Well-Known Member

    Yeah thanks for the help but I did that on day one but it still doesn't turn off the sound when you are at the phone dialing a number nor does it turn off the haptic feed back when dialing a number on the phone.
  6. Sorbert

    Sorbert Member

    theres an app called audiomanager that will allow you to turn the sound up and down for that setting as well
  7. 1967ls2

    1967ls2 Well-Known Member

    It works for the sound but how do I turn off the haptic feed back when dialing. I already turned it off in the settings but it still is there when dialing a number.
  8. jamor

    jamor Android Expert

    It does for me? I'm not sure how to trouble shoot that sorry.
  9. 1967ls2

    1967ls2 Well-Known Member

    Yeah my bad, I did get the sound to stop from beeping everytime I dial a number but it wont stop from buzzing with the haptic feedback when dialing a number. It stoped the haptic feedback on everything else just not the dial pad.
  10. GAUG3

    GAUG3 Well-Known Member

    On mine, haptic is turned off and dialer still vibrates. I think this is for butt dialers.

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