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Default [Q] Any one else with a "rattly" haptic feedback?

I can't stand the haptic feedback on this phone especially in a quiet room. The vibration is more like a rattle and it doesn't matter how I set it. Is there a mod to turn off ALL haptic feedback? Any one else have issues with a rattle near the top of the phone with haptic feedback on? I almost want to go back to my note II.
 
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You mean the rattly vibration on the keyboard?
 
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I did on my weave black moto x. But I just got my motomaker one and it doesn't rattle like my other one. Its much better

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Yeah mine has a noisy vibrator too. 1st batch that came out...

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Mine is somewhat rattly and I got my DE during the cyber Monday sale.

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My only complaint about the phone. I have vibration disabled across the board but it still vibrates when unlocking through active notifications and it annoys the crap out of me. I've gotten used to it, but I wish I didn't have to. I have a launch day motomaker 32gb. My Nexus 5 has awesome haptic feedback, completely silent but strong enough to feel it when you need to. I wish that's how the X was.
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My only complaint about the phone. I have vibration disabled across the board but it still vibrates when unlocking through active notifications and it annoys the crap out of me. I've gotten used to it, but I wish I didn't have to. I have a launch day motomaker 32gb. My Nexus 5 has awesome haptic feedback, completely silent but strong enough to feel it when you need to. I wish that's how the X was.
You must have gotten lucky with your N5. Most people have a problem with the vibration motor. But yeah, I know what you mean by that. The N4 was the same way. As well as most other LG phones.
 
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You must have gotten lucky with your N5. Most people have a problem with the vibration motor. But yeah, I know what you mean by that. The N4 was the same way. As well as most other LG phones.
I got real lucky with it, not a single defect that other people complain about. No dead pixels, literally zero light bleed, tight buttons, pretty good battery life, and awesome vibration. I never get perfect phones, they always have some sort of annoying defect. It's nice for a change lol
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My haptic is rattly as well. I don't think it is a defect, just a different implementation from what I am used to. I am coming from a GS3 and the haptic was much more subtle. I wish it could be changed, but I'm dealing with it ok.
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My only complaint about the phone. I have vibration disabled across the board but it still vibrates when unlocking through active notifications and it annoys the crap out of me. I've gotten used to it, but I wish I didn't have to. I have a launch day motomaker 32gb. My Nexus 5 has awesome haptic feedback, completely silent but strong enough to feel it when you need to. I wish that's how the X was.
Yeah, since they released the new revision of the N5(bigger speaker holes and fixed buttons), I think I might just buy one.

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