Your phone, by default, is set to vibrate when you interact with it or receive a notification. Android allows you to customize your phone’s vibration levels.
Open your Android phone or tablet’s Settings menu.
Scroll down and enter the “Accessibility” menu.
Under “Interaction Controls” located toward the bottom of the page, select “Vibration and Haptic Haptics” (or “Vibration and Haptic Strength”).
Here, you can separately personalize your phone’s haptic feedback strength and how strongly it buzzes when you get a phone call or a notification.
You can choose between three levels of intensity or turn it off completely.
- If you own a Samsung Android device, you won’t find this option in the “Accessibility” menu.
- To access it, open the “Settings” app and go to Sounds And Vibration > Vibration Intensity.
Tune the available sliders to adjust the vibration intensity of incoming calls, notifications, and touch interaction response to your liking.