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    Default Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Has anyone found a solution to quieting down the vibrate motor?

    I know on the Galaxy S4 you could set the intensity on the vibrate.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    I just put it on silent and keep it face up. Active notifications > vibration unless in my pocket.
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Most of the time I have it sitting on my desk at work and its damn loud!
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShoelerDroid View Post
    I just put it on silent and keep it face up. Active notifications > vibration unless in my pocket.
    I do the same thing while I'm in class. Plus, Motorola Connect lets me see notifications on my computer screen.
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by str8bucs View Post
    Has anyone found a solution to quieting down the vibrate motor?

    I know on the Galaxy S4 you could set the intensity on the vibrate.

    Thanks
    with KitKat the intensity was reduced wasn't it??
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by still1 View Post
    with KitKat the intensity was reduced wasn't it??

    Not that I can tell
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    Default Re: Quiet the vibrate motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by still1 View Post
    with KitKat the intensity was reduced wasn't it??
    To me, it feels like they changed the frequency but the amplitude is the same.

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