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Please let me know if you have any questions or improvements. Using this Visual Tree of elements to check against controls that should support the Tactile Feedback: ButtonBase (root of all buttons Selector (root of the different types of ListBoxes PhoneApplicationPage (only way to get a hold of the ApplicationBars buttons and menu items). Alright, but now I had to add this method call to every Button Click, ListBox SelectionChanged, and ApplicationBar menu or button use. In het end I came to the conclusion that I didnt have a way to suppress feedback on the ApplicationBar is is mainly because the ApplicationBar items are not inheriting from DependencyObject. Tip 24 was about tactile feedback. Tactile feedback can be something like 30 milliseconds running the VibrateController.
So I started with some. The Selector has a SelectionChanged event to which we can listen. So enable it for example in the root of your Phone Page and only suppress the effect if you dont want to apply it a special occasion.