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    Hey guys,

    So I left the Apple ship and I'm totally new to WP8. I have really trouble finding an option do disable the physical feedback when tapping one of the capacitive buttons on my HTC 8X. Can someone help me out here?

    Thanks,
    Ralph
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    Its often called haptic touch/feedback, cant help you more than that though :D
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    settings > Ringtones+sounds > 2nd optio vibration off
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    As my LG Optimus 7 (Black 8X on the way :D) has physical buttons I was wondering if we can disable the capacitive buttons feedback as well. Great to know that we can.
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    there should me some key vibration option under settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by cirian75 View Post
    settings > Ringtones+sounds > 2nd optio vibration off
    Nope, that's for the ringer. It doesn't turn off the haptic feedback for the buttons. I've yet to find it myself and it's driving me bonkers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoodleSlayer View Post
    Nope, that's for the ringer. It doesn't turn off the haptic feedback for the buttons. I've yet to find it myself and it's driving me bonkers.
    Same here. The setting is not there. It's the first time I'm using a phone with capacitive buttons (had and Optimus 7 with physical buttons) and I would like to try the 8X without feedback from its buttons.
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    I'm used to it, my Trophy did it too and it was a much stronger vibration. I can barely even feel it with my 8X, to the point that I wasn't sure it was actually doing it when I first got the phone today. Having just poked around all of the system settings I don't see anything to disable it. You might need to contact HTC and see if it's possible.

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