By default, your phone is set to vibrate when you communicate with it or receive a notification. But if the intensity is too jarring for you, Android makes it easy to adjust your phone̵
Note: The option to adjust the vibration intensity is only available for phones with Android 10 or higher.
Adjust vibration intensity on a stock-like Android
Go to the Settings menu of your Android phone or tablet from the app drawer or by tapping the gear icon in the notification shade.
Scroll down and open the “Accessibility” menu.
Under “Interaction Controls” at the bottom of the page, select “Vibrations and Haptic Haptics” (or “Vibrations and Haptic Force”).
Here you can individually personalize the haptic feedback strength of your phone and how much it buzzes when you receive a call or notification.
You can choose from three intensity levels or switch them off completely.
On some devices, such as Google Pixel handsets, the intensity can be adjusted on a sliding scale.
Adjusting the vibration intensity on a Samsung Galaxy
If you have a Samsung Android device, you will not find this option in the “Accessibility” menu.
To access it, open the “Settings” app and go to Sounds & Vibration> Vibration Intensity.
Tune the available sliders to adjust the vibration intensity of incoming calls, notifications, and touch interaction as needed.
You should be able to find the ‘Vibration intensity’ setting through one of these two methods as long as your phone has Android 10 or higher.
But since all Android brands have their own versions of “Settings” with different layouts, there is a chance it will be in a different menu. So if you still can’t find it, try looking up “Vibration” in the search bar at the top of the Settings app.
If you’re not happy with any of the levels and want to reduce the number of times your phone vibrates, consider turning off haptic feedback on your Android device.