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Support how to turn off haptic feedback?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Matrix Leader, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. Matrix Leader

    Matrix Leader Android Enthusiast
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    I can't seem to find a way to turn off haptic feedback. when I turn it off from battery saver mode, it's true that when i type there is no feedback but when i press the menu or back button there is a slight vibration

    how to turn this shit off?
     

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  2. Petrah

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    Settings > Language & Input. There's vibrate on keypress settings in there.

    Settings > Sound. There's a vibrate on touch setting in there too.

    I can't remember if there's anymore. Hopefully one of those will help you though.!
     
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    thanks bro you were right it was in the Settings > Sound

    Who the heck would've ever thought Samsung would be so dump to put such a setting in SOUND when it's all about input and vibration for god's sake
     
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    Vibration is sound. And for those of us who are older without the best hearing, some of the easiest sounds to hear! ;)
     

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