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  1. Meggie

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    I got my 3rd Eris since June today & when I'm typing a text it vibrates/makes noise & I can't figure out how to freaking turn that off..... I turned off Audible Touch Tones, Haptic Feedback & Audible Selection..... It only makes this noise when I'm typing (ie. texts, emails & dialing).

    Any thoughts?? TIA!!
     

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    NM, figured it out
     
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    Wait how did you figure it out?! Mines doing that too...
     
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    If you go under keyboard settings it's a setting called Haptic Feedback. I'm on the Droid X now, so I'm not entirely sure of the Eris's menu options, but it should:

    From the home screen: Press "Menu"
    Select "Settings"
    Select "Sound"
    Uncheck "Haptic Feedback".
     
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    The second icon from the left on the bottom row of the keyboard has a gear icon on it (it may require a long-press - I can't remember). That brings up the keyboard settings, and one of the settings there is for keyboard vibration. Turn that off and it will no longer vibrate on keypress.
     

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