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  1. itssimplyjeff1's Avatar
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    im coming from a samsung focus s. I always liked to disable the vibration feedback when pressing back, the windows key, or the search button, and it used to be in extra settings...where the heck did it go???
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    Is it vibration or noise? I didn't think we had haptic feedback on windows phone.

    The sound is under Setting > ringtones+sounds > key press
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    Quote Originally Posted by itssimplyjeff1 View Post
    im coming from a samsung focus s. I always liked to disable the vibration feedback when pressing back, the windows key, or the search button, and it used to be in extra settings...where the heck did it go???
    You can't disable feedback for the back, windows, and search buttons.
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    well that's a step backwards. oh well, i'll get used to it eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyresian View Post
    Is it vibration or noise? I didn't think we had haptic feedback on windows phone.

    The sound is under Setting > ringtones+sounds > key press
    There is definitely haptic feedback on the 3 capacative buttons. I dislike haptic feedback but, it's subtle enough on this phone that it doesn't bother me at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TenTwelve View Post
    There is definitely haptic feedback on the 3 capacative buttons. I dislike haptic feedback but, it's subtle enough on this phone that it doesn't bother me at all.
    i dislike it as well. especially being so used to my focus s. it was driving me crazy initially. but now its not that bad. still wish i could disable it though
    Last edited by itssimplyjeff1; 11-15-2012 at 06:26 PM.
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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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    It is annoying and draws juice (maybe nitpicking here :-)) but you have to hit the back many times to close apps sometimes
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    this one i guess works on windows phone 8.1 settings>touch(will be at extreme bottom of settings)>disable vibration when using navigation keys>phone will restart,vibration wil be removed
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    hello
    i want to know how to take out the vibrate on my cellphone feedback

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