Enable or Disable Haptic Feedback for Samsung Note 10.1

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video tutorial, we are going to review how to enable and disable haptic feedback on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Haptic feedback is a vibration of certain keys such as the Menu and Back keys when pressed.

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Steps

  1. 1
    In order to turn on or off haptic feedback, first we swipe down from the top.
    We will access the notification menu.
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    Tn the top right-hand corner, we tap on a gear-shaped icon.
    This is "Settings".
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    In "Settings", we tap on the "Device" tab.
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    Then, we will need to tap on "Sound".
    It is located on the left-hand panel, just below "Device". Then, on the right side of the screen, we will find "Feedback". "Haptic feedback" is the third down position under "Feedback". It reads "Vibrate when softkeys are tapped and for certain software actions".
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    Let's check "Haptic feedback".
    A green checkmark in the box will appear.
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    Now, let's tap on the Back and Menu keys.
    When we press them, the device makes a sound; and the button vibrates.
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  7. 7
    Swipe down from the top.
    Let's go back to the notification panel.
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    Tap the gear-shaped icon in the top right-hand corner.
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    Tap on "Device".
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    Tap on "Sound".
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    Now, we can turn off "Haptic feedback" by unchecking it.
    Certain keys will no longer vibrate when pressed.
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