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  1. 2005CTS

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    I can not find the menu to turn off the haptic feedback for the bottom four buttons on my Atrix. Can anyone share how to do this?
     

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    Anyone in here have any success in turning off the haptic feedback for the four buttons below the screen.
     
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    Subscribed - i would love to find out as well.
     
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    Ya I hate haptic feedback , it's the only dissapointment with the Atrix so far.
     
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    This isn't the only phone that maintains haptic feedback for the capacitive buttons. A whole bunch of HTC devices work the same way.
     
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    What's haptic feedback?
     
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    It's the vibration you feel under your fingertips when you operate the phone.
     
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    Did you look in sound profile settings?

    Also, is it only on the 4 buttons or whenever you touch the screen?
     
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    It seems that haptic fedback can be turned off for everything except for the capacitive keys. Like I said, this is hardly the only phone that works like that, but I can see why it would get annoying for some people.
     
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    I could imagine it would be very annoying... is it a loud vibrate or a soft one? And there's no way to turn it off in the sound settings?
     
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