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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Deleted User, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Deleted User

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    So I dropped my phone from about 1 foot up, it's in an Incipio Case so it's fine more or less...but I seem to have messed up my vibration perhaps. It might just be my head screwing with me but I was wondering if anyone could tell me how strong the haptic feedback is on the first setting, which is where I thought I had it set. Unfortunately I messed with it and don't remember what it was set on. But when I put it on the first setting and in my case I can hardly feel anything at all. The second setting feels a little better like it used to but I dunno. The third setting is way too much I know it wasn't that high.

    Pretty much I'm just asking if anyone can tell me if the haptic feedback on the first setting is REALLY weak, especially if they have their phone in an Incipio Case (which definitely dampens the vibrate). Like I can barely feel it. Also, when I slap my phone (which seems to be a decent method at fixing vibrate) the phone's vibrate goes off a bit, and I'm wondering if that is normal. I might just be paranoid since I dropped it but I dunno.

    So thanks to anyone who helps!! If my vibrate is screwed up that's definitely not a reason to return my phone (especially since I rooted it and deleted all the ATT apps and it isn't worth the $150 deposit to replace it just cause of a screwed up vibrate) I used to have an LG VU and when the vibrate screwed up it usually just fixed itself after a few whacks or so. Anyway, just wondering if I still have a perfect phone or not.

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  2. Sorry for the off-topic but were did you find an Incipio Case for the Captivate ???
  3. Deleted User

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    Haha well the first day I had my Captivate, pre-insurance, I dropped it when I was at a party...and a little tipsy...nothing cracked or anything, but the screen was all...how to describe it...rainbow colored? I took it back to the store and it just totally stopped working entirely, which was probably good, since they thought it just randomly died. And they replaced it. So the day I got my second Captivate, I bought insurance and the ATT store had two cases available, a rubber bumper and an Incipio Case. I bought the case even though I hate them (aesthetics and all that, and usually being careful with my phones) because I figured it would be more protective. I've been very happy with it, and besides the case being STUPID hard to get off the first time (clerk left the sticker on the back) I've been very happy with it.

    Short answer: ATT corporate store.
  4. Vee

    Vee Member

    Pretty sure the stock setting is 100%.
  5. Deleted User

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    Hmm that setting makes my phone bounce like its a subwoofer. I know I had it set less than that. Second setting feels pretty good but I can't help but think I had it on the lowest setting, and I can't feel that at all anymore. It is like a tiny little nudge. :(
  6. Mine is 100% by default too... :)
  7. Sledutah

    Sledutah Member

    The first thing I did when I left the store was turn it off.
  8. MassacrMan

    MassacrMan Android Enthusiast

    Same here.
  9. gaw316

    gaw316 Member

    actually.. all vibration :-/

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The Samsung Captivate release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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