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  1. regression

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    When I am dialing a phone number (typing the digits one at a time, not going through my address book), the phone will beep and vibrate when I press a number. Any way to turn off the vibration?

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    Ft. Worth, Tx.
    Not the virbration. You can turn off the key pad tone. Go to settings, dialer key keypad tone, open it and select long-short-or off. TC
     
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    Thanks. I find the vibration so annoying. Too bad you can't turn that off.
     
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    "Vibrate when typing" is unchecked on mine and I still get vibration when dialing numbers. I don't get vibration when typing anywhere else.
     
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    I noticed that, thats why I edited my reply, too slow I guess.....
     
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    Ha, no problem. Thanks for looking at it for me.
     
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    it's a permanent(for now until dev figures out the code to disable it)feature that was part of the MR back several months ago. Before the update u could turn off haptic feedback(in spare parts) or vibrate when typing(in locale) but now it permanently vibrates. I've gotten used to it but would love it someone wrote a code to disable it.
     
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    It is unchangeable. Bad decision in HTC's case. I hope some type of future update changes this, because I get dialing lag in the phone dialer all because of the stupid ass vibration. Not to mention the battery it drains just to make that one stupid vibration per dial.
     
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