How to Tone Down or Turn Off Vibrations on OnePlus Phones

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OnePlus’ recently launched OnePlus 6T is now up and running. The phone is now available for sale in India and has received a tremendous response from its fans.

Once we started using it, the first thing we noticed was that its a little-too-powerful vibration motor. The Vibration won’t go away even when you toggle the alert slider to the silent mode. By default, the phone acknowledges your touches on the navigation bar, keyboard and other places with a distracting ‘hmmm’. Here is how you can tone down the vibration or switch it off completely.

How to reduce vibration intensity on OnePlus Phones

Else, you can tone down the intensity of vibration if you don’t want to permanently disable it on your OnePlus 6T

Adjust Vibration Intensity: Jump to Settings menu > Tap on Sound & Vibration > Select Vibration Intensity > Click on Vibrate On Tap. Control the intensity according to your need.

How To Permanently Disable Vibration On OnePlus Phones

Moreover, if you are not a big fan of touch-vibrations, you have the option to permanently disable them.

How to do that: Just jump to Settings menu > Tap on Sound & Vibration and Enable the switch next to Vibrate on tap.

Also Read: How to Get iPhone X Like Face ID Unlock On Any Phone

How To Disable Keyboard Vibration On OnePlus Phones

You can always enjoy the touch vibration on the screen and navigational bar, but disable it on the keyboard for smooth texting.

Disable just the Keyboard Vibration: Go to Settings menu > Tap on Language & input > Select Virtual Keyboard > click on Gboard and select Preferences. The follow-up screen will give you the option to disable the Vibrate on Keypress.

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gideon
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3 years ago

any idea of how to lower touch tone volume…it seems to be an either on at an annoyingly high volume or off. thanks

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Deepak Singh
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3 years ago

The option should be there under sound and vibration settings.