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General Haptic feedback on Sense UI with 2.1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kuduboet, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. kuduboet

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    Maybe I am missing something obvious, but my wife is convinced she had haptic feedback and sound on her Sense UI for things like HTC speed dial selections, but she says it's gone since I put 2.1 on it. I know where the haptic settings are under settings -> sound & display -> Haptic feedback but that still doesn't change it on the Sense UI. I hope I am making sense, hopefully someone can help. Thanks.
     

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    Settings > Language and Keyboard > Touch Input > Text Input > Other Settings > Vibrate when typing / Sound when typing
     
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    That's on already so that's not it, but thanks for trying to to help.
     
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    settings > sound & display > audible touch tones.
    That'll get part of it back, I don't remember where the haptic is that controls the phone buttons.
     
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    If your having trouble getting it, try the app 'Spare Parts'. There is a box that says: Haptic feedback; Use haptic feedback with user interaction. See if that's checked after you install it. If it isn't, check it and let us know how it works out for you.
     
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    I noticed a marked difference in the feedback with 1.5 vs 2.1. It's softer in 2.1 and less obvious for navigation and keyboard. I usually turn it off anyhow but that was my observation.
     
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    Best new haptic feature in 2.1 is the vibration once you've pressed long enough to trigger a "long press." That would include speed dialing, long-pressing on the softkeys, and contextual menus. I'm not even sure if you can turn it off, but I never would.
     

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