This is another one of the long list of annoying, Asus specific bugs/features. There are many apps in which haptics are used. However, in Zenfone 9, you got to enable haptic/vibration globally by setting the following greater than zero: Settings>Sound & Vibration>Vibration & haptics>Touch feedback.
The problem is if Touch feedback is nonzero, unwanted System UI haptics follows, such as when swiping up to close an app from recents and when tapping navigation button. If Haptic feedback for tap, keyboard and more is turned off then haptics in system UI is off, but also in app haptic doesn't work.
So how can I make sure haptics is enabled in only apps in Zenfone 9 and not in the system UI? I need haptic feedback in apps, but don't want any haptics when touching navigation buttons etc. Is it even possible?
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