Haptic feedback and APKs
I was a proud owner of S3, but now I bought a S3 mini and after I've rooted it, I've seen some things that I cannot understand.
I'd love if you could help me out - I'll buy you a big cup of coffee
I'm running a stock JB 4.1.2 with CWM and SU binary.
Well, If I remember correctly, my menu and back buttons had haptic feedback before I rooted it. Now that is gone. I think.
There's also no option to set the haptic feedback anywhere. The keyboard while typing a SMS if vibrating on keypress just like it should (using hackers keyboard atm), even by moving the icons around the screen, vibration works smoothly. Am I missing something?
Another weird thing is, when I download an apk via chrome or classic android browser, I can't install it. The file checksums are ok, without errors. My 'allow unknown sources' is also checked so it should let me install any apk. Is that correct?
But it does not.
I've tried the app APK installer and with it's help it installed the apk in 0sec without any problems.
What happened to my haptic feedback? Could the rooting processs overwrite that part i.e. removing my haptic feedback?
Why can't I install normal APKs when unknown sources are checked and why do I have to use a 3rd party app for this?
Thank you in advance!