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    Default Haptic Feedback?

    I had to swap my M8 for a new one. Nothing major, but I noticed that one of the speakers popped or crackled a couple of times when using the speakerphone for a call. I took it to AT&T, explained what I heard, and they gave me a new one. The new M8 is flawless.

    However, one difference I noticed with the new M8 is that the haptic feedback for the on-screen buttons and the keyboard is weaker than on the original M8 that I had. Anybody know if this is adjustable?
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    That's not adjustable.

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    I don't think you can adjust the strength of the haptic feedback. I looked at Settings>Language & Keyboard >HTC Sense Input >Vibration Feedback only provides a checkbox to turn it on or off.

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    Default Re: Haptic Feedback?

    I use SwiftKey and in its settings it allows you to adjust the duration of the haptic.

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    Depends on whether you want to use the stock keyboard or a 3rd party one. Swiftkey for instance allows you to set the haptic feedback to any value you want. I'd also be willing to bet there are some ROMs that allow for system configuration of it. But yeah, on just stock everything, not much you can do.
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    Thanks. I figured it wasn't possible, as I couldn't find anyway to do it after looking through all the settings. And to be honest, it doesn't really bother me (I like haptic feedback to be on the weak side). But i am a little surprised that the difference between phones is so pronounced. I would have thought that it would be adjusted the same for all phones.
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    Default Re: Haptic Feedback?

    Quote Originally Posted by TJGEsq View Post
    Thanks. I figured it wasn't possible, as I couldn't find anyway to do it after looking through all the settings. And to be honest, it doesn't really bother me (I like haptic feedback to be on the weak side). But i am a little surprised that the difference between phones is so pronounced. I would have thought that it would be adjusted the same for all phones.
    It probably isn't adjusted different, it's likely just that the vibrator on your first was pushed against the chassis, causing the feedback to feel stronger.

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