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Is there any way to adjust haptic feedback

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Regalicious, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. Regalicious

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    such that it is only on for the navigation buttons (capacitive touch buttons at the bottom) and not anywhere else (i.e. not on the keyboard)? I prefer typing without haptic feedback but I don't want to turn it completely off because it becomes even harder to see if a bottom navigation button responded with it off.
     

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    I to would also like to know this. The samsung keyboard is multitouch and I want to use it but I don't want haptic feedback on the keyboard only. I want it for navigating, etc, just not when using the samsung keyboard
     
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    I actually figured this out haha ... I felt stupid. Turn haptic feedback on systemwide and then in your keyboard settings turn it off (I use Swype and it has a check box for "Vibrate on keypress")
     
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    its there for swype and android but not for samsung iirc
     

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