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    Default Haptic Feedback

    Is there any way to turn off Haptic feedback for the home, menu, back and search buttons. I cant find it anywhere, its annoying and will prob kill battery faster.
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    Yes. It's under sounds it something. It says turn off vibration fit on screen passes.

    On a related topic, I want to turn off vibration for everything except the menu bribe......can do I do this?

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    thanks i jsut found this before i read your post. dont think its possible to only have menu vibrate
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr3w1 View Post
    Yes. It's under sounds it something. It says turn off vibration fit on screen passes.

    On a related topic, I want to turn off vibration for everything except the menu bribe......can do I do this?

    Sent from my ADR6400L using Tapatalk
    i can't find it can you be a lil' bit more clear
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    ok got it. Can you turn the lights of???
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    Settings --> Language & Keyboard --> Touch Input --> Text Input --> deselect "vibrate when typing"
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativi View Post
    ok got it. Can you turn the lights of???
    what lights?
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    Does the haptic feedback drain the battery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisy View Post
    Does the haptic feedback drain the battery?
    I think anything you make the phone do will drain the battery... so yes, I don;t know by how much, but i assume that it is like playing a sound...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisy View Post
    Does the haptic feedback drain the battery?
    Well every time you touch a button it vibrates. So yes it will drain the battery faster than having it not vibrate when you touch a button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aplsucks View Post
    what lights?
    The home, menu, back, and search light
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativi View Post
    The home, menu, back, and search light
    ah, the backlights. not that i have seen yet.

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