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Android 12’s audio-coupled haptic effect is even cooler than it sounds – XDA Developers

Android 12 added a new audio-coupled haptic effect that vibrates your phone based on the audio, but it doesn’t work on Google’s latest Pixel.

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If you follow our blog, then I don’t think I need to tell you that Google released the first Android 12 builds last week (seriously, we’ve posted a ton about it). While we’ve mostly focused on revealing unreleased features, today we’re stepping back and testing one of the new OS’s officially-announced features. One of the coolest-sounding features in Android 12 is the audio-coupled haptic effect, a feature that effectively promises to vibrate your phone in accordance with the ongoing audio session….

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