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    Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    The haptic feedback option got enabled on my Android based HTC Aria phone accidentally and I wish to turn the option off as I don’t prefer it. What has to be done to turn it to off mode?

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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    The ‘menu’ key on the device’s home screen has to be tapped selected at first. Then the settings section can be entered by tapping on the settings icon. The default settings options of the handset will now get displayed. From among them, you can go for the ‘Sound and Display’ option. This will show you the settings menu of the chosen application. You can then tap and opt for ‘Haptic Feedback’ option. A checkbox can be seen placed next to this option. You can unmark the checkbox in order to deactivate the option. Then the changes can be saved in order to apply the effect.

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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

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    :: It is very simple

    :: First of all close all running application from the device.

    :: After that go to the home screen page by pressing ""Menu"" button.

    :: Now select the "settings" option from the screen.

    :: After that select the “Sound and Display" option and then open it.

    :: Once it opens, you have to select the “
    Hap tic Feedback” that you want.



    :: After selecting the Set it to unchecked option.

    :: This will deactivate the Hap-tic Feedback.


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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The haptic feedback option got enabled on my Android based HTC Aria phone accidentally and I wish to turn the option off as I don’t prefer it. What has to be done to turn it to off mode?
    Below I have mentioned the procedure to procedure to disable the "Haptic Feedback" feature on your device.

    • Open the menu app from home screen of your device.
    • After that locate the option 'Settings" into menu page.
    • Tap to open that.Then under settings window will find an option as"‘Sound and Display"
    • Now touch to open that & a window appear.
    • You will find an option as "Haptic Feedback".
    • Tap on the check box which is associated with the option.
    • Once you tap on that,mark will be disappeared.
    • It means you have disabled the "Haptic Feedback".
    • To enable the feature again tap on the check box & a mark will appear.

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    mithu ashi mithu ashi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone, follow these steps:-- Navigate to home screen.- Press menu key.- Select settings option.- Hit the sound & display option from the default settings list.- Now you will be redirected to the settings menu of that particular app.- Press Haptic feedback option.- A check box associated with this option must be unchecked.- Tap on save option.- You are done.

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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    Hi friends....

    Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone


    Follow the steps below--

    -->Open the home page from the device .

    -->Click the menu option.

    -->Select the setting option.

    -->Click the ‘Sound and Display’ option.

    -->Select the application option.

    -->Then tap and opt for ‘Haptic Feedback’ option.

    -->A check box appear on the screen.

    -->Then unmark the checkbox in order to deactivate the option.

    -->Then the changes can be saved in order to apply the effect.

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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    If haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone, you need to check out below steps to disable it-
    • Firstly you need to reach the startscreen in your android phone.
    • After that, you are required to make a hit on the menu button.
    • Here, find out the settings option on screen and opt this option.
    • After that, the option labelled as Sound and Display need to be selected by you.
    • At this step, the option named Haptic Feedback will be visible which have the checkbox.
    • At last, unmark the checkbox and save the changes made.

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    Re: Haptic feedback got accidentally enabled on Android based HTC Aria phone

    To turn off the feedback on android phone follow these steps
    • Go to the home screen of the device
    • Then choose the Settings option
    • Now select the Sound and Display option
    • Now select the option Haptic feed back
    • Then uncheck the check box next to this option
    • Now the feed back is disabled on your device

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