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22nd March 2014, 12:11 PM   |  #1  
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... since I installed a official CM11 nightly. Even after a complete wipe and resetting everything back to factory, nothing has changed. Even with the GPE ROM, there's no haptic feedback at all (even all settings seem to be enabled).

Anyone got a recommendation for me on this? Help would be greatly appreciated.

It's a German XT1032...

All the best, Tim
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... since I installed a official CM11 nightly. Even after a complete wipe and resetting everything back to factory, nothing has changed. Even with the GPE ROM, there's no haptic feedback at all (even all settings seem to be enabled).

Anyone got a recommendation for me on this? Help would be greatly appreciated.

It's a German XT1032...

All the best, Tim

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btw haptic feedback is working for me
22nd March 2014, 12:20 PM   |  #3  
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Oh, sorry. Missed that section. Would someone of the administrative team mind moving my post to the correct place? Thanks.

Is there any system service which is needed to have haptic feedback?
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It would also help if you told us what rom/kernel your using.
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I did. CM11 nightlies with default Kernel. And now reverted to GPE with it's default Kernel. No haptics anywhere...
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Haptic feedback isn't working for me since I switched to the GPE ROM. Anyone solved this?
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Oddly enough stock seems to have the same problem since 4.4.4, for some: http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...pdate-t2828718

Did anyone solve this?

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