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Does anyone know if it is possible to completely disable haptic feedback/vibration when the device starts up or shutsdown?

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Is it really that big a problem?

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Yes it causes me so much distress. In all seriousness though I was just wondering if it was possible. Or maybe some way to disable vibration completely.

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Open it up and rip out the motor? Kidding, obviously.

On a more serious note, i think you can disable haptic feedback entirely somewhere in the settings. I'm sure I saw that option somewhere.

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Open it up and rip out the motor?


Well its an option :)

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Open it up and rip out the motor?


Well its an option :)

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I think its in settings-> sound. This still makes it vibrate on turn on.

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