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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tjrocks91, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. tjrocks91

    tjrocks91 Newbie
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    For anyone wanting to disable the haptic feedback on the four touch sensitive keys, install an app from the App Market called "Spare Parts". Scroll down and select disable haptic feeback and it will disable the haptic feedback on the four touch sensitive keys.

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  2. Barbara

    Barbara Android Expert

    Actually you can go into Settings> Sound and Display and uncheck haptic feedback, if that's all you need to do. Spare parts does do a lot more than that.
  3. Droidn00b

    Droidn00b Well-Known Member

    It can also be disabled by pressing Menu>Settings>Sound & display>Uncheck the Haptic feedback box
  4. superdesi

    superdesi Android Enthusiast

    Why would you want to disable haptic feedback on the touch keys? just curious to know
  5. kbayer

    kbayer Android Enthusiast

    I'd like to know as well... I thought haptic feedback was pretty cool when I messed with the Instinct HD and was a bit dissapointed that it wasn't as substantial on the Droid -- much less have it disabled completely...:thinking:
  6. Barbara

    Barbara Android Expert

    I had it on for about a month. I have it off now. I don't really have a reason why except I like the clean feel of just pushing an icon and having it respond. I like the idea that I can turn it back on again if I change my mind.

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The Motorola Droid release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 256GB RAM, processor, and 1400mAh battery.

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