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    Why has such a glaring omission been made such as keeping out haptic feedback settings ?? I mean I'm just lost for words here.... I'm trying not to nitpick here but its getting really frustrating, always hitting back button, home etc and haptic feedback going off like a wild man.


    I'm mad bro. :|
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    Was there ever haptic feedback when using a Windows Phone keyboard? No.

    Instead the you get a visual feedback (popup letters), and one that is easier on the battery.
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    Actually..sorry I didn't explain myself well..

    I want to turn OFF haptic feedback. Like when you press the back button or home...
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    Quote Originally Posted by iphonemilk View Post
    I want to turn OFF haptic feedback. Like when you press the back button or home...
    I read somewhere there is a registry tweak to disable it, but I can't find a registry editor for Windows Phone 8 yet
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    I'm curious, what phone do you have? I ask cause my 920 doesn't do that at all and wondering if it's supposed to lol, although I can see how annoying that could be lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sym1a1a View Post
    I'm curious, what phone do you have? I ask cause my 920 doesn't do that at all and wondering if it's supposed to lol, although I can see how annoying that could be lol

    lol...ive got the 920... every time i press BACK or HOME it vibrates, it's a default function and there's no setting to turn it off, yours doesn't do this? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saleh Haddad View Post
    I read somewhere there is a registry tweak to disable it, but I can't find a registry editor for Windows Phone 8 yet

    Interesting....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sym1a1a View Post
    I'm curious, what phone do you have? I ask cause my 920 doesn't do that at all and wondering if it's supposed to lol, although I can see how annoying that could be lol
    my 920 does it...
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    No it doesn't lol, may be the first bug with this phone that I'm glad for lol
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    My 920 has haptic feedback on the Touch Buttons as well
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    Ok, correction, after paying very VERY close attention to the phone it does in fact do this, but its SO subtle that I never noticed this before lol

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