Disable Haptic Feedback on the Galaxy S4

Often referred to as just haptics, haptic feedback is a slight vibration that goes off when a user touches his or her phone screen. Although this feature is meant to enhance user experience, many people tend to find this added vibration irritating. This article will walk you through how to disable the haptic feedback feature on the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Disable Haptic Feedback on the Samsung Galaxy S4

From the home screen of your Samsung Galaxy S4, go to Settings and click on My Device.

Next, go to Sounds and scroll to the System section.

Uncheck the box next to Haptic feedback to disable the feature.
Published by deri58. Latest update on December 21, 2015 at 12:25 PM by ChristinaCCM.
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