Phones, Technology

Goodbye vibration! Not one more on your mobile

For years we have been living with all kinds of vibrations in mobile phones, which appear at different times of use. The most classic vibration is the one that occurs when receiving calls or notifications, but we cannot lose sight of the vibrations of keys or buttons.

As we know that this does not like everyone and we can even hate it, we are going to show you how you can completely disable vibrations on Android. We can adjust this process to our preferences, removing only those that do not really bother us.

Remove keyboard vibration

The first thing we will learn is to eliminate the vibration that occurs when playing on the keyboard. In the Android landscape, most smartphones use the Gboard keyboard developed by Google and that is why we are going to focus first on teaching you how to remove this vibration. Any mobile phone can have downloaded this keyboard, although the most normal thing is that it is the Xiaomi, Google Pixel, Motorola, Realme or OPPO terminals that have this keyboard by default.

In this case, in order to remove the vibration, what we will do is first access an app where we use the keyboard. Once in it, when trying to write the keyboard will be shown and on the right we will see the three points that give us access to its settings. Once inside, you just have to choose Preferences and then deactivate the tactile response when pressing the keys, which is about the vibration of the keyboard.

In other Android phones that use SwiftKey, such as those developed by Samsung and Huawei, the process changes slightly. Here we will also have to make use of an app where we are going to receive and we will touch on the three points again at the top of the keyboard.

The process will continue with accessing Settings> Sound and vibration, and finally deactivate the Vibration option when pressing the keys. In this way the keyboard will not sound again, unless we have the option to use the default vibration of Android, which we will also learn to deactivate below.

Disable all vibrations on Android phones

After successfully removing the vibration from the keyboard, it is time to avoid vibrations in the system. We are going to start this process by showing it for terminals that have Android Stock, such as Nokia, Motorola or Google Pixel mobiles, although it will be similar to other smartphones that use customization layers.

The process to follow so that the vibration does not bother us in all aspects of the smartphone, including calls, notifications or touches on the screen are the following:

  • We enter the mobile Settings.
  • Now we search and touch on Sound and vibration.
  • Then we choose Vibration and tactile feedback.

At this point we can remove all vibrations from the top button or if we prefer, we just have to lower the vibration bar in the different tone, notitions or tactile response options.

Out vibrations on Xiaomi mobiles

One of the layers of customization where it is most difficult to remove all vibrations is in MIUI. Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco smartphones will therefore have to complete a process that takes longer than we would like, but that will allow us to avoid vibrations with these steps:

  • We go into Settings> Sound and vibration.
  • We remove vibrate in calls and vibrate silently so that the mobile never vibrates.
  • We also remove vibrate when touching from the option by turning it off.

But this has not been all, you also have to get rid of the vibrations of the notifications in Xiaomi, an option somewhat hidden in the latest versions of MIUI. What you will have to do to get to this option is the following: Settings> Additional settings> Accessibility> Physical> Intensity of the tactile response and vibration> Vibration of notifications and finally turn it off.

Not a single vibration on Realme, OPPO and OnePlus phones

The Realme UI, ColorOS and OxygenOS customization layers share more and more things, which allows us to learn not to receive vibrations in all of them in the same way. What we have to do so that these vibrations do not repeat themselves is the following that we teach you step by step:

  • First we enter the Settings.
  • Now we touch on Sound and vibration, where we can remove the vibration only from calls.
  • To delete the others you have to go back to the Settings.
  • Access the Additional Settings.
  • Enter Accessibility.
  • Press on Intensity of the tactile response and vibration.
  • Finally, remove the vibration in tone, notifications and tactile feedback.

Remove vibrations from your Huawei

Unlike other smartphones, the process to remove all vibrations becomes easier on Huawei smartphones. The developers allow us to forget any vibrations in the terminals with EMUI in a few simple steps, which is not different in any of their latest versions of EMUI. The process is the following:

  • We begin by entering the System Settings.
  • Then we go to Sound and vibration.
  • Now we are going to slide through the screen until we see and enter more settings.

Within this panel we have the possibility to remove the option Vibrate when ringing, which refers not only to calls, but also to the notifications that we receive from any application. But also, below we have the tactile response of the system, which will rid us of the vibration in the native keyboard, as well as in the keystrokes we make when using the mobile through the screen.

Why does my phone keep vibrating?

In case you have completed the process for your smartphone and you continue to find some vibration, we are faced with two possible scenarios; the first is that it is not a vibration and is a tactile sound. It is easy to confuse them, since they occur when we touch the back buttons, home or when using gestures. Another possible scenario is that the vibration is still active at some specific point by mistake. So that it does not repeat itself, we invite you to repeat the process for your mobile and even check the steps for mobile phones with stock Android in case they have made any adjustments to the system of your model.

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