Nov 29, 2008

Tweak: How to add haptic feedback to your Windows Mobile?

hand Many of the new Windows Mobile devices come with just a screen and very few hardware buttons.

A nice feature (which already exists in phones like the Samsung Omnia) is being able to get a haptic feedback every time a virtual button on the screen is being clicked.

If your phone doesn't have this built-in capabilities, you can download a small utility developed by Snailslug from the XDA-Developers.

Here's a link to the entire thread, you will be able to find the download link for the CAB file along with some useful information.

Enjoy!

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