How to turn off keyboard vibration on Android

How to turn off keyboard vibration on Android

We have seen that a lot of Android, as well as iPhone users, love to have a feature called “haptic feedback” enabled on their device.

This feature is such that you get a vibration or feedback whenever you touch on the screen which might be for tapping on something or ever while typing.

Now, there are some people out there who hate this feature as well and they really are looking for a way to turn this feature off.

This article is specifically dedicated to those people who want the turn the haptic feedback on their device off while typing.

Yes, it is definitely possible to turn off keyboard vibration when you are typing on any Android device and this can be easily done using the Settings app on Android.

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How to turn off keyboard vibration on Android

How to turn off keyboard vibration on Android
How to turn off keyboard vibration on Android

Turning off the keyboard vibration for Android devices is quite simple actually.

  • For this, you will need to start typing somewhere such as your messaging app or even inside the Google app.
  • Once you start typing and your keyboard pops up, go to the Settings of your keyboard by clicking on its Gear icon.
  • After that, navigate your way through the keyboard settings and go to Preferences > Vibrate on keypress and turn off this feature.

Note that this is the method to disable keyboard vibration on Android if you are using the Stock keyboard app on your phone or even the Gboard app for your Android device.

The Settings might vary slightly for other keyboard apps such as Swiftkey or Swype but overall, the steps will remain the same.

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However, if you have any concerns or issues regarding keyboard vibration on your Android device then you can comment down below and we will help you as best as we can.

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