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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by eipee73, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. eipee73

    eipee73 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I currently am a Verizon user anxiously waiting on the Nexus One to hit my network, but I had a question for users that currently have the phone.

    Is it possible to turn off the haptic feedback and how do you do that?

    I used to have an LG Versa and the haptic feedback drove me absolutely crazy.

    Any first impressions/pros and cons of the Nexus One would also be appreciated.

  2. afine1

    afine1 Well-Known Member

  3. turbosol16

    turbosol16 Android Enthusiast

    In settings
  4. SoCal65

    SoCal65 Newbie

    You can use HF on as much or as little as you want. Done in the settings.

    I actually turned it on for the keyboard (at least for now) - it seems to help with my typing.
  5. MattG

    MattG Newbie

    Settings -> Sound & Display -> Haptic Feedback

    It drives me nuts too. I blame the Samsung Instinct. Whenever I'd hit a button the thing would vibrate with force great enough to excite a hooker.
  6. MartinS

    MartinS Android Expert

    A lot of Hero owners (including me) switched it off because of typing lag.

    I guess this is not a problem on the N1?
  7. seeking

    seeking Well-Known Member

    how do i turn it on for the keyboard on the n1? when i go to the home screen and access settings > sound > haptik feedback it has a check mark but the item is greyed out, i cant check or uncheck it, and when i press keys it doesnt vibrate
  8. MartinS

    MartinS Android Expert

    I haven't got a phone in front of me now, but I think you can do it from the keyboard settings. Press the cog symbol on the keyboard and go from there. Sorry if this is incorrect...
  9. seeking

    seeking Well-Known Member

    thanks for the help, i actually found it, so if anyone else is curious. go to the home screen and press menu. go to settings and select language and keyboard. from there check off vibrate. thanks agian
  10. wonderbread

    wonderbread Android Enthusiast

  11. androidtx

    androidtx Member

    mine is greyed out, and I want to turn off the haptic feedback on the soft keys above the trackpad...any way to do this?
  12. sooper_droid12

    sooper_droid12 Android Expert

    Feedback about the N1 can be found in one of the many threads in this forum. I was listening to the interview with Product manager for the N1, Erick Tseng, where he was asked about how the Verizon phone would work. While he said they are currently talking with VZW, it might be one of those arrangements where VZW won't subsidize the phone using their carrier plans. So, you'd buy a CDMA version available for VZW @ $530 and pay for a 2-yr contract to use data and voice. It was a very weird conversation and I don't know how that would work or jive with consumers. What it does do is open the door for VZW to subsidize the next HTC Sense phone (Eris successor).

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The Nexus One release date was January 2010. Features and Specs include a 1400mAh battery, 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, and Snapdragon S1 processor.

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