Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Change Vibration Intensity

In Samsung Galaxy SIII you can customize the phone to vibrate with the different pattern or format. By default, there are 6 vibration patterns available that you can choose to use one of them to your liking.

See also: How to Change Vibration Pattern on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to change the vibration pattern, here you can also change the vibration strength. This of course will useful to allow you set your phone to vibrate with the different strength in the different situations. By using this option, you can decreasing or increasing the vibration intensity depending on your need.

How to adjust vibration intensity?
Below are the steps to do:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Settings, then tap on it.
  3. Under Device section, tap Sound.
  4. Tap Vibration intensity.
  5. Now you will see three options available that you can adjust its vibration strength. They are:
    • Incoming Call
    • Notification
    • Haptic Fedback
  6. On each option, slide the slider to the right to increase the vibration strength or slide to the left to decrease vibration strength.
  7. Tap OK button to save your changes.
  8. Tap Home button to return to the standby mode.

By knowing how to adjust vibration intensity on each option available, then it will helps you to set it according to your need. When you wants your phone to vibrate more strong in certain condition, then you can increase its intensity, otherwise you can decrease it when you wants the phone vibrate more weak.

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