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No option to control haptic strength

2020-08-21, 13:40 PM

There is no option to control the haptic strength on Motorola one fusion plus.

The only option is switch is on our off which is redundant with setting at other places with no use of having it under accessibility setting.

In idea case as in my pixel phone there is option to keep it at low, medium or hight.

 

Kindly look into the issue. 

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Re:No option to control haptic strength

2020-08-28, 8:57 AM

@ Dabbu_G wrote:
 

 

There is no option to control the haptic strength on Motorola one fusion plus.

The only option is switch is on our off which is redundant with setting at other places with no use of having it under accessibility setting.

In idea case as in my pixel phone there is option to keep it at low, medium or hight.

 

Kindly look into the issue. 

 

Hi,

 

Thanks for writing to us! I would like to inform you that there is no option to turn off haptic strength. However, we will take this as a feedback and make sure to pass it along to our concerned team.

 

Regards,

Suman



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