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  1. asuprice's Avatar
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    I didn't notice it until I was at home in a quiet room, but does everyone else have a loud(maybe audible is a better word since I didn't notice it until I was in a quiet room) vibrate when you touch the capacitive buttons? I always turned all vibration off on all my phones, but I can't do it for these buttons for some reason. Is there a settings menu I am missing somewhere?
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    Yes, I don't like the noise short vibrations make. Whenever I get a call the vibration is fine, but on those short <1sec vibrations, the sound is a bit too loud sound like something is not correctly held down inside. Far as I see there is no setting to disable the vibration of the capacitive buttons.
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    Don't capacitive buttons basically ALWAYS give feedback?
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    No. You can turn the option off.

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    I can feel the phone vibrate briefly when I touch the buttons, but I can't hear anything.

    Weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WasteSomeTime View Post
    No. You can turn the option off.

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    I don't see an option for it anywhere. I only see one vibrate option which I have turned off, but the phone still vibrates when I touch the capacitive buttons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorTripp View Post
    I don't see an option for it anywhere. I only see one vibrate option which I have turned off, but the phone still vibrates when I touch the capacitive buttons.
    Is there something you can manipulate settings-wise referring to "haptic"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasLabRat View Post
    Is there something you can manipulate settings-wise referring to "haptic"
    I don't see it, I even looked in the Ease of Access section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WasteSomeTime View Post
    No. You can turn the option off.

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    Steps to doing so would be awesome :blush:

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    For my phone its in. Settings ---> extra setting. It says " Use key vibration feedback " .
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    Quote Originally Posted by WasteSomeTime View Post
    For my phone its in. Settings ---> extra setting. It says " Use key vibration feedback " .
    might be a samsung setting... ? i remember seeing that on my Focus S.

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    Yeah, I wish I could turn it off as well. It's not loud or anything but it's a bit annoying. Looked through all the settings but couldn't find anything to disable it.
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    Go here and vote for it to be changed in the OS so all windows phones will have the option to turn it off.

    Allow user to disable vibration for the 3 buttons

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