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    Is there a way to do this? They have a very loud vibration
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    Quote Originally Posted by asuprice View Post
    Is there a way to do this? They have a very loud vibration
    The only way I could get rid is to go to ringtones+sounds, and uncheck keypress. But this will disable all keypress sounds
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    I was referring to the vibration, not the sound itself
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    Doesn't look like it. On my Focus S it was part of the "Extra Settings" Samsung added to the device. :-(

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    does anyone else's seem like its extra loud, or that all parts of the phone are vibrating too much? Or am I just being too anal about it?
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    Maybe too anal. I haven't really noticed anything.

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    Mine are super loud. It's kind of annoying. I hope a future update let's us turn it off.
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    I got my Lumia 900 yesterday and am already frustrated that you cant toggle the vibration. It's not only loud but it will drain the battery life of you phone. I hope Nokia will include an off switch in their future updates.:D
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    Like the other "features," there seems to be a lot of variability. On my previous Lumia, the feedback was minimal and made barely any sound. On the one I'm using now, it vibrates very loudly. I am hoping for a fix for this, or the ability to turn off haptic feedback.
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    it does this on my nokia lumia 610 as well and its getting a bit annoying too,which models do you have?

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