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  1. DDave

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    How can you turn off the vibration on the Droid Eris?
     

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    i've managed to turn off all the vibrating features on the phone except the one for the home/menu/back/search. i have yet to see a way to turn these off. I'm not really looking for a way but that's what i've found.

    but to avswer you

    if you goto settings/sound & display. tick the checkbox for phone vibrate
    then goto settings/locale & text then choose touch input then choose text input uncheck vibrate when typing.

    other than that no there other vibrate setting i can find on the phone which still leaves the vibration of the buttons stated above.
     
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    wondering the same thing - i need to conserve as much battery power as i can
     
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    Does the vibrate feature really use that much power? I have it on for texts along with a ringtone, but I didn't think it sapped that much energy.
     
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    I keep my vibration off because I try to keep my battery running as long as possible. Every vibration will ultimately drain the battery and will eventually deplete what resources the battery has to offer.

    I recently switched from the iPhone to the Droid Incredible and love it! I hope this post helps the owners of the previous posts, or anyone else looking for a solution.


    I found this information on another website - Credit: Motorola Droid: Enable/Disable Vibration When Pressing Keys


    1. From the main screen, press Menu.
    2. Select Settings.
    3. Select Sound & display.
    4. Check Haptic feedback on or off.
     
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    That works for people who upgraded to 2.1. But there is no way to do it on stock 1.5 as far as I know.
     
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    Unfortunately, one thing we cannot do on 2.1 is turn off haptic feedback on the dialer.
     
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    True and true....and true and true..

    Lose one feature, gain another. That's how 2.1 on the Eris works. :thinking:
     
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    yea but it always force closes whenever i try to mess with the speed dial
     
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