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    It isn't a huge deal and I am assuming everyone's phone does this, but whenever I press the home button it makes a little vibration. Is there anyway to turn this off? I am not a huge fan of it.
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    Not yet from what I have found. I would love to turn it off too.
  3. ndb888's Avatar

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    yea, I am not sure why but it gives me a weird sensation in my hand.
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    anyone know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndb888 View Post
    yea, i am not sure why but it gives me a weird sensation in my hand.
    hey o! :-p
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    Just got mine and was freaking out that something was wrong with the phone. It's a little... unsettling. Weird. I would love to disable this too.
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    Yeah, it's a bit annoying but they made it that way to let you know you actually hit the button. Like feedback. We really do need the option to turn it off though. :)
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    It is part of the OS I believe. I know some OEMS(ie: Samsung) have added "Extra Settings" to disable it on some of their devices. So far Nokia has not added this feature to allows the user to disable the feedback on the buttons. What bugs me that in a quiet room I can hear the vibration.
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