1. paddylaz's Avatar
    I'm guessing this is a 99.8% NO, but thought it would be worth asking.

    My capacitive feedback on the three buttons at the front is pretty strong and quiet 'jolty' every 5th or so time you press them. Really can't stand it and for me it ruins the slick minimalism of the phone and interactions.

    Any light at the end of this tunnel for disabling? I know some lumia models have the option which is disappointing that the 925 doesn't.
    07-02-2013 09:15 AM
  2. stmav's Avatar
    Sorry but you are correct, no way as of now. You could with a registry edit on wp7.
    07-02-2013 09:45 AM
  3. WorzelGummage's Avatar
    No Lumia models have the ability to disable the haptic feedback for the capacitive buttons. So the answer is a no I'm afraid.
    07-02-2013 09:45 AM
  4. A F1's Avatar
    Anyone know why this obvious thing is not enabled?
    08-15-2013 09:34 AM
  5. mase123987's Avatar
    Go to ifixit and learn how to open your phone. Then rip the vibrator out of it's spot and toss it into a river. Then, place a peanut back in the spot for a snack in case you ever get lost. Put phone back together and all is good! lol

    Like others said, no can do. I doubt we will see that option anytime soon.
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    08-15-2013 09:40 AM
  6. anon5658834's Avatar
    Samsung lets you disable it but not Nokia
    08-15-2013 11:27 AM
  7. WorzelGummage's Avatar
    Samsung allows you to set the vibration intensity of the capacitive buttons on the Galaxy S3 and to disable it altogether. I didn't know that they also have the same feature on their Windows Phones too. If that is the case then, then Nokia could easily add the same feature to Lumia.

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    08-15-2013 12:15 PM
  8. Gulfam1's Avatar
    Hi there, like the OP mentioned, does anyone else have a problem with the haptic feedback being 'jolty' when the keys are pressed a few times (specifically the back button?) It's happened with me a few times, and it's real annoying that Nokia haven't added an option to turn it off.
    09-09-2013 11:29 AM
  9. mriveaa's Avatar
    Hi there, like the OP mentioned, does anyone else have a problem with the haptic feedback being 'jolty' when the keys are pressed a few times (specifically the back button?) It's happened with me a few times, and it's real annoying that Nokia haven't added an option to turn it off.



    the solution should come from Microsoft not Nokia.





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    09-11-2013 08:26 PM
  10. Andreas's Avatar
    My dad asked me to help out and turn these haptic vibrations off and I was baffled when I realized we couldn't.

    I noticed there are already several suggestions about this in the suggestion box over at windowsphone.com, the thread below got 6000+ votes and still nothing. :(

    http://windowsphone.uservoice.com/fo...-the-3-buttons

    Have Microsoft or Nokia even commented on this fact that loads of users wish to turn this feature off?
    Last edited by Andreas; 10-04-2013 at 06:27 AM.
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    10-04-2013 03:55 AM
  11. sunnybyday's Avatar
    I know this is an old thread, but thought somebody might benefit. You can disable hiptic feedback from the Nokia Touch option is settings - will require a phone restart and works fine.
    09-04-2014 05:40 PM

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