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[Q] No haptic feedback ("vibrate on touch") in Galaxy Nexus

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By TaliKa, Junior Member on 2nd May 2012, 11:47 PM
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8th May 2012, 04:30 PM |#11  
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Some kernels have haptic adjustment, see pic for kernel does.

I'm running Franco 152 and mines fine.

I know trinity kernels lower it


How can I adjust the haptic feedback feature in Trinity kernel?
 
 
10th May 2012, 11:35 AM |#12  
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just wanted to say...exactly the same thing happened to me (started with aokp milestone 5 and vibration gone afterwards...)

im trying several things to get it back...i use it alot (at work and most of the time..its on vibrate)

hopefully we'll find a solution
10th May 2012, 09:41 PM |#13  
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Yeah this just happened to me too. It was working fine for awhile on AOKP and then all of a sudden it stopped. No idea what happened exactly. I tried whiping everything and restoring CM9 but that didn't work either. I thought maybe hardware but the phone vibrated on boot so it isn't that. Hopefully we find a fix...
11th May 2012, 12:56 AM |#14  
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just wanted to say...exactly the same thing happened to me (started with aokp milestone 5 and vibration gone afterwards...)

im trying several things to get it back...i use it alot (at work and most of the time..its on vibrate)

hopefully we'll find a solution


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Yeah this just happened to me too. It was working fine for awhile on AOKP and then all of a sudden it stopped. No idea what happened exactly. I tried whiping everything and restoring CM9 but that didn't work either. I thought maybe hardware but the phone vibrated on boot so it isn't that. Hopefully we find a fix...



unfortunately I didn't get any solution yet. Realy depressing.

I promise to update about any progress, and hope you'll both do the same...


Just don't give up! it isn't hardware thing, so there must be solution somewhere.
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11th May 2012, 11:07 AM |#15  
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unfortunately I didn't get any solution yet. Realy depressing.

I promise to update about any progress, and hope you'll both do the same...


Just don't give up! it isn't hardware thing, so there must be solution somewhere.

im starting to believe its a hardware issue (well at least for me) i mean i dont even get a vibration upon booting or turning off the phone...and i even went back to full stock...same thing

maybe it might have been some software issue that led to the overburning of the motor(doubt that though)
what is weird though is that the same scenario happened to us so im lost...

maybe i should start talking to samsung for my replacement

meanwhile...im very open to suggestions that might help my case

hope we find something soon...u guys, does it vibrate at all?when u turn on ur phone?turn off? unlock ?
11th May 2012, 01:12 PM |#16  
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hope we find something soon...u guys, does it vibrate at all?when u turn on ur phone?turn off? unlock ?

Yes, it vibrates at boot and also when using application with it's own vibrate settings, like "dialer one" for example.

Did you try using KickBack just to check the hardware?


if it's some hardware issue, maybe you can apply to your warranty supplier about that, just flash stock rom and relock your device before.
11th May 2012, 01:51 PM |#17  
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Yes, it vibrates at boot and also when using application with it's own vibrate settings, like "dialer one" for example.

Did you try using KickBack just to check the hardware?


if it's some hardware issue, maybe you can apply to your warranty supplier about that, just flash stock rom and relock your device before.

thats what im gonna do i guess...such a sad day...

i couldnt find KickBack, its not available in my accessibility menu nor in my market (i live in France)
i tried googling an apk but nothing for android 4.0
do you have a link for it?
11th May 2012, 03:15 PM |#18  
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thats what im gonna do i guess...such a sad day...

i couldnt find KickBack, its not available in my accessibility menu nor in my market (i live in France)
i tried googling an apk but nothing for android 4.0
do you have a link for it?

I couldn't find it in play store either, but i download it from here:
http://code.google.com/p/eyes-free/d...ack-v1.1.1.apk

works fine for me.
11th May 2012, 04:46 PM |#19  
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unfortunately I didn't get any solution yet. Realy depressing.

I promise to update about any progress, and hope you'll both do the same...


Just don't give up! it isn't hardware thing, so there must be solution somewhere.

Good to know. I went ahead and flashed the base image and it restored vibration, then I rooted and flashed AOKP again. It worked for about that day and then this morning when I woke up the vibration is gone again. I'm almost positive it's AOKP's software. I'll test another ROM (Android Revolution) for a day and see if it happens again.
12th May 2012, 09:53 PM |#20  
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I'm almost positive it's AOKP's software. I'll test another ROM (Android Revolution) for a day and see if it happens again.


Which kernel do you use? and did you set the quite hours on?

If you succeed to restore the vibrate, i'd like to hear exact instructions how to do that, including links to download the boot image, if you plesae...
12th May 2012, 10:00 PM |#21  
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Which kernel do you use? and did you set the quite hours on?

If you succeed to restore the vibrate, i'd like to hear exact instructions how to do that, including links to download the boot image, if you plesae...

I switched over to Apex and have been running it for about a day and I haven't had any issues with vibration loss. I was using quiet hours on AOKP and I was thinking that, but it should have restored vibration during the normal hours, which it didn't. But I never selected vibration off on quiet hours anyway, as far as I know. It'd be interesting, if you turned off the quiet hours and saw if that fixed the issue.

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