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No haptic feedback?

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I have this checked and it does vibrate when im using the keyboard or unlocking the phone, but the hard buttons (home, back, power) etc dont vibrate even though i have haptic feedback ticked.

Im using Froyo G2 R11, any ideas as to why and if its fixable?

Thanks

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you don't say wich blade you have.. but I've found that some roms don't have haptic feedback in my phone but I've always thought it was because I have a slightly different build of the blade. An "Sapo A5" sold by the operator TMN in Portugal. I've found that Froyo G2 R11 and Cyanogen don't have that feature but JJ Rls 9 and Swedish Spring RlS 4 do have the feature. Try one of those and see if it works for you.

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There is no need for haptic feedback on physical buttons :D

You get an actual button click instead, much nicer

Its only needed on virtual / capacitive buttons, in which case I don't know why people turn it off.. Mind the Pulse had a very nasty haptic response..

But it completely normal

Original OLED Blade, running Cyanogen 7

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There is no need for haptic feedback on physical buttons :D

You get an actual button click instead, much nicer

Its only needed on virtual / capacitive buttons, in which case I don't know why people turn it off.. Mind the Pulse had a very nasty haptic response..

But it completely normal

Original OLED Blade, running Cyanogen 7

I thought the buttons make the phone vibrate though but clearly not...

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