The versatile haptic feedback engine found in high-end Samsung Galaxy phones now vibrates in response to a variety of inputs, including screen taps, notifications, using the Samsung Keyboard, navigation gestures, and more.
Users can fine-tune these haptic feedback parameters to their preferences in the most recent versions of One UI. This is all the information you need to adjust the vibrating level on your Galaxy phone.
Modify the haptic feedback configuration on your Galaxy gadget
Navigate to the “Sound and Vibration” tab in the Settings app before adjusting the vibration settings on your phone. Two sub-menus with comprehensive haptic feedback options may be found here. The terms “system vibration” and “vibration intensity” refer to these submenus. “System vibration” screen will let you control vibration of systems, along with the settings to activate or deactivate vibrations, including;
- Touch interactions
- Dialing keypad
- Samsung keyboard
- Navigation gestures
- Camera feedback
Users can adjust the haptic feedback for four parameters—call, notifications, system, and media—by selecting the “vibration intensity” sub-menu. This menu also has a fifth setting that allows you to activate the “Vibration sound for incoming calls” feature. Your phone will simulate a louder vibration sound through its speakers when you set this option ON. If you connect your phone to an external speaker or set of headphones, the enhanced vibration sound won’t play.
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