This trick is compatible for all Samsung phones that have One UI, the personalization layer of the company. Therefore, they apply to terminals such as the Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A30, Samsung Galaxy M30s, Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ or earlier, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 +. If your device is not on the list, it is best to follow the steps I indicated below, since it is likely that it will also solve the problem.
First of all it is necessary to go to the system settings. From a Samsung mobile you can access in different ways. The easiest is to find the ‘Settings’ application in the application drawer. You can also enter from the notification panel. Just slide down and click on the gear icon.
Turn off Samsung keyboard vibration
While in the settings, go to the option that says ‘General Administration’. Then, click on ‘Language and text input’. Once inside you will have to go to the option called ‘On-screen keyboard’. Finally, press on the Samsung Keyboard, which is the one that arrives by default.
When you are already in the Samsung keyboard settings, you see that there is an option called ‘Swipe, touch and touch response’. Here you will have to go to the option that says ‘Touch response’. You see that the ‘Vibration’ option is activated. Uncheck the box and you can check that the keyboard no longer vibrates when you type. In these settings you can also deactivate the sound that the keyboard makes when the volume mode is active.
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