How to Turn Off the Clicking Sound on the Droid


All Google Android phones feature a "soft keyboard," a virtual keyboard that allows you to enter text using only the touchscreen. By default, this keyboard makes a "click" sound whenever you press a key, allowing you to easily tell if your tap was registered. If you'd like to disable this sound, you can do so through the keyboard settings menu. Some phones feature additional soft keyboards such as Swype; this guide applies to the default Android keyboard.

  • Press the "POWER" button, then swipe the unlock tab to the right to unlock the screen. Press the "HOME" button.

  • Press the "MENU" button, then tap "Settings." Tap "Language and Keyboard." Tap "Android keyboard."

  • Tap the box next to "Sound on keypress," so that the box is un-checked. Press the "BACK" button three times to return to the home screen.

  • Press the "SEARCH" button and begin typing. The keys no longer make a "clicking" sound.

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