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Possible for Haptic Feedback to die out?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aloha.android, Oct 29, 2010.

  1. aloha.android

    aloha.android Well-Known Member
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    I use Haptic Feedback for texting because I don't like that loud clicky noise, it's annoying.

    So my question is - considering that I text alot, is it possible for haptic feedback to lose it's "feedback" as to where it's not as "rumbly" anymore?:thinking:
     



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  2. copestag

    copestag Android Expert

    since haptic feedback is mechanical it has the possibity to wear out and fail... although its not a common occurrence... yours wouldnt be the first

    if your phone is still under warranty this would be covered if its a big enough problem for you that you want to exchange for a different phone
     
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  3. aloha.android

    aloha.android Well-Known Member
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    Thanks copestag. I was worried about over using it
     

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