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Default Physical Keyboard Sound ?

Does anyone know how to get the physical keyboard typing sound turned on? Is it even possible? Did it come with the option on our model? Need to know how. Had it on my old TP2 and miss it. Thanks.
 
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i would love this as well, but i don't think it can be done. iv'e gone through everything i can think of in the settings and didn't see anything.
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I've only found one setting for typing noise and I'm sure it was for the soft-keyboard. I don't think there is an option for the hard-keyboard.
 
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Yes, I found the otion for the onscreen keyboard. So logic would tell me their has be one for the slideout keyboard also. Not sure why they did this?
 
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i would really like haptic feedback on the hard keyboard
 
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Anyone remember the original typing sound for icq back in the days before AOL bought them? Old typewriter sounds. I loved it but it drove my roommates nuts. Lol
 
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Yea, remember that. It's just I want the option to have sound. Sometimes it would be nice, when I'm somewhere loud.

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As long as my phone doesn't make that uh oh sound when I get a message... Lol

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Well I look at it this way. If the onscreen keyboard can have sound and haptic feedback. Then there has to be some kind of way to add this to the physical keyboard. Maybe trick the phone into thinking the physical keyboard is the onscreen keyboard? Just don't have the skills to do it myself.

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It seems to me the hardware keyboard already has feedback and sound. I feel it when I press the buttons and I hear em too

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