Vibration/Heptic Feedback

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  1. rocky289

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    Has anyone worked out how to turn off this feature.
    I have followed the instructions in the manual (took the tick out of the box) but nothing changed.
     
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    I just tried it on my Flying Touch II running the 1170 rom. I turned off "Haptic feedback" under Sound & display settings in the system settings. It read "Vibrate when pressing soft keys and on certain UI interactions." I then did a long press on the power button and it turned off without the usual vibration. But powering up, I still got vibration. So it appears to work on only certain UI interactions ;).
     
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    Yeah, thats more or less what I found. Must be some way to silence it other than disconecting the vibrator.
     
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    Hi, any update on that ? Anyone know how to completely disable the vibration feature ? It's driving me mad !
     
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    The vibration was driving me mad, too! So, I opened mine up and cut the wires on the vibrating mechanism. All quiet now! The next thing I am going to tackle is replacing the speakers.
     

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