Samsung Galaxy S5 disable vibration in Android

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a vibration function, which indicates notifications in addition to the sounds for incoming calls and messages, alarm clock and timer. This vibration, which is integrated in the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S5 can be easily disabled by the Android operating system.
We tell you in this article how you can deactivate the vibration on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Open menu -> Settings -> Sound -> Vibration intensity

It will now open a small pop-up in which your vibration of your Samsung Galaxy S5 can be set by regulators. Adjustable are:

- Incoming call
- Notifications
- Haptic Feedback


Now push the three knob to the left to turn off the vibration on your Samsung Galaxy S5 permanently. Have you made ​​this setting, your Samsung Galaxy S5 no longer vibrates at the aforementioned events.

Consider that the vibration must be specially turned off when writing with the keyboard.  You know now how to turn off the vibration at the Samsung Galaxy S5 within Android.



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#1 Patti 2015-05-13 18:19
I have a S5 sport and I cannot get the vibration to turn back on when I touch the keys. It vibrates for alerts and such, but not when I tough the keys to type and my haptic intensity is turned up all the way. It worked fine until the other day.

I tried the wide partition cache reboot. Any suggestions short of factory resetting my phone?