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[App] [01/26/2009] TouchResponse 0.3.2 - Vibrate on touch

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By Snailslug, Member on 24th November 2008, 09:55 PM
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25th November 2008, 12:01 AM |#11  
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I've always wanted 'heptic feedback' on my KS20 but non works for me. I've tried Heptick Feedback, Vibration Feedback and now TouchResponse, none work for KS20. Duh....
 
 
25th November 2008, 12:07 AM |#12  
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Can these options be added?
1. Not to vibrate when on silent?
2. Change buzz length (make it shorter/less intense)
3. An "use only when SIP activated" option.
25th November 2008, 12:11 AM |#13  
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how about different types and lengths of viberations like the old motos used to have? dash-dash-dash-buzzz haha

maybe different intensities if possible?

This is something I've been wanting to experiment with. I'll add that to my list, Thanks!
25th November 2008, 12:14 AM |#14  
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I've always wanted 'heptic feedback' on my KS20 but non works for me. I've tried Heptick Feedback, Vibration Feedback and now TouchResponse, none work for KS20. Duh....

You may have tried something similar with the other programs you have tried, but you can try changing the Led Id in the Settings program under the Advanced tab. Be sure to press ok to make the settings to into effect. Hopefully it is just a case where the KS20 doesn't use the default Led Id for vibrate.
25th November 2008, 12:17 AM |#15  
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Can these options be added?
1. Not to vibrate when on silent?
2. Change buzz length (make it shorter/less intense)
3. An "use only when SIP activated" option.

1. Yes, this is something I want to add! It's sometimes hard to go unnoticed when I use my phone in meetings at work when the vibration is loud.
2. Did you see the Settings program in the System tab of the "Control Panel"? Or do you mean a something like a longer buzz but less intense?
2. I'm going to be focusing on that with an include/exclude option next.

Thanks for your feedback!
25th November 2008, 12:32 AM |#16  
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You may have tried something similar with the other programs you have tried, but you can try changing the Led Id in the Settings program under the Advanced tab. Be sure to press ok to make the settings to into effect. Hopefully it is just a case where the KS20 doesn't use the default Led Id for vibrate.

Hey hey, it works for KS20 for the first time!!!!

I set the LED from 0 to 3 and hey, 3 works.

0 - LED displays green
1 - LED displays red
2 - LED displays blue
3 - it worked!

Thank you soo much! I gotta spread this on the KS20 thread because a lot of KS20 users are wanting this like me. I'll link them here.
25th November 2008, 12:45 AM |#17  
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very good work.
i have mine set to 25ms and the vibrate is a perfect length and silentness.
i agree on only sip active and/or blacklist
25th November 2008, 01:15 AM |#18  
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Just want to echo what's already said. What most ideally want is for vibration to be active ONLY on keyboard when text entering and to be as brief a buzz as possible. Some owners type very fast and we want the buzz to keep up and not still lag on the previous tap while tapping on the next key. It has to be super quick and not miss a key press when typing quickly. Thanks!
25th November 2008, 01:20 AM |#19  
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Ok, found the settings app, my bad

The other two requests would be awesome if they were to be fulfilled!
25th November 2008, 01:58 AM |#20  
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whats the difference between this program and this one : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=425063 ??
25th November 2008, 02:46 AM |#21  
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I've used a couple different Samsung phones with the haptic feedback (HF) option and really liked the way it was done. Using the HTC Touch Pro now, I can honestly say it's the only thing I really miss as it gave a pretty realistic response to button pushes. So I gotta say I like what you've done so far.

I only have one suggestion in regards to the vibration, not sure it can be done or not with what you have but I'll try to describe it. On the two phones I've tried which had built in HF, they had two different types of vibration, one vibration set for when a button was pushed down the other set for the button being released. When done in rapid succession it gave the impression of a button push and release. It's hard to explain but it felt like a ramp up when you touched a button and ramp down as you released it.

Hope that makes sense. Maybe others can try to explain it better. But it really gave a (from a touch perspective) realistic feel to button pushes.
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