How to Enable or Disable Haptic Feedback on Android

In this post, you’ll see the steps to enable or disable haptic feedback on Android.

In this instance, I’m using Android 10. Let’s get started.

How to Enable or Disable Haptic Feedback on Android

If you want to disable haptic feedback on the Gboard keyboard only, then follow the steps below:

Open the Settings app.

Tap “System.”

Hit “Languages & input.”

Tap “Virtual keyboard.”

Hit “Gboard.”

Tap “Preferences.”

Disable “Haptic feedback on keypress.”

That’s all.

Notes:

  • To turn on haptic feedback, you need to follow the steps above. But enable it instead of disabling it.
  • If you’re using a different keyboard app instead of Gboard (for instance, Swiftkey), then you need to go through the settings of that app to enable or disable its haptic feedback.

If you want to disable haptic feedback for the entire Android device (except the fingerprint scanner), follow these steps:

Open the Settings app.

Tap “Sound.”

Hit “Advanced.”

Disable “Touch vibration.”

That’s it.

Note: To turn it on, follow the steps above. But enable it instead of disabling it.