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Haptic feedback, response (vibration)

(Topic created on: 13-08-2021 08:53 PM)
AndyLapland
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G 12,4" Wi-Fi+5G, Android 11:

How to turn on haptic feedback, response (vibration) when touching screen and keyboard?

Purpose of my question: when touching screen or virtual keyboard, I want to feel a small vibration in my fingertip. With my old tablet, Huawei Mediapad, it worked fine with Gboard keyboard but not with this new tablet.

I am a visually impaired and this feature woud help me a lot when using tablet

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Ksmy89
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I guess it doesn't have a vibration motor.

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TessM
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Hey @AndyLapland ,

let's see if this is available on your Tab. To check this you will need to head into the phone Settings> Sound and notifications> Vibration intensity> Touch interation> move the slider to the most suitable one.

Keep in mind that this may not be available for all the apps as these are developed in a different way than the phone ones so some features are not available on Tabs. 

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AndyLapland
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I checked settings: no vibration at all.  A very big minus for Samsung.

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Ksmy89
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On my Tab S7 I found settings for this by going to...

Settings>Sounds and Vibrations>System sound/vibration control

There is the option to toggle on or off vibration for numerous things.Screenshot_20210814-080632_Settings_5286.jpg
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AndyLapland
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE does not nave that kind of option. I have checked everything. Very disappointing.

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Ksmy89
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I guess it doesn't have a vibration motor.

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