1. Ichigo91's Avatar
    When my phone vibrates you can really hear the vibration, so if the phone is in my pocket and it vibrates someone next to me would be able.to hear it...

    Is the vibration suppose to be loud that way?
    11-15-2015 10:09 AM
  2. Ry's Avatar
    I haven't found the vibration to be weak.

    Posted via the Android Central App on the Moto X Pure Edition
    11-15-2015 10:23 AM
  3. ezvv's Avatar
    I'm guessing it's supposed to be that way, mine is also like that. I actually prefer it to be a little stronger so it doesn't bother me.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    dmark44 likes this.
    11-15-2015 10:31 AM
  4. Westiemom's Avatar
    Hate vibrate, always turn it off. Have to hunt it out in random apps and turn it off too.......it scares my dog.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    11-15-2015 02:25 PM
  5. sharkita's Avatar
    I actually like that it's louder than the vibration of the 2014 Moto X. I can actually hear it.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    11-15-2015 07:40 PM
  6. Rocketsaucev2's Avatar
    That said, no. Vibration is not either on or off. I personally hate vibration when my phone is not on silent. I have angry birds 2 installed and it gives me notifications that vibrate with no way to turn it off, regardless of system volume settings. Each app pretty much does of its own accord with only some apps offering settings for vibration
    11-15-2015 09:43 PM
  7. DarrenCarnall's Avatar
    for me the whole point of vibration is supposed to be that you can have sounds off, say when you've got the phone in your pocket, but you'll *feel* a notification come in. It's supposed to be quieter than an audible sound. This bloody thing is louder than most of the notification sound options! And no option to choose the vibe strength or pattern. Shame.
    Stefano Graziano likes this.
    11-17-2015 04:04 AM
  8. appsformations's Avatar
    The NOKIA phone vibrating in too much loud in compare to other phone in market. You should check the vibration of NOKIA Device.
    11-17-2015 05:08 AM
  9. Stanley Kubrick's Avatar
    Nobody is ever happy. If it was too soft then people would complain that they cannot feel or hear it! This argument is as old as cell phones themselves. One phone vibrates too hard, too loud and another is too soft, too quiet. This bed is too soft, and this bed is too hard, and this one is just right. So the big bad wolf just ate everyone complaining.
    dmark44 likes this.
    11-17-2015 07:07 AM
  10. Ichigo91's Avatar
    I am not complaining, I am just making sure its not part of a defect because some actually do got a defective moto with phone vibrations.
    11-17-2015 08:12 AM
  11. Stanley Kubrick's Avatar
    The Moto X Pure has a good, solid, strong vibration to it...just the way it should be. I've had phones where the vibration could only be of use if it was sitting on a hard table. But when it was in your pocket, and you needed to know silently if you had a notification, then you would miss it because the vibration was too weak. Now would it be nice if we could adjust the vibration level? I suppose it would, but I'm not sure if any phone has that capability but I could be wrong on that.
    Ry likes this.
    11-17-2015 08:43 AM
  12. Alan FL's Avatar
    I can set vibration intensity on my Galaxy S5 with a slider in settings.
    11-17-2015 09:12 AM
  13. Stefano Graziano's Avatar
    for me the whole point of vibration is supposed to be that you can have sounds off, say when you've got the phone in your pocket, but you'll *feel* a notification come in. It's supposed to be quieter than an audible sound. This bloody thing is louder than most of the notification sound options! And no option to choose the vibe strength or pattern. Shame.
    I feel you, its louder than stronger. I mostly hear it instead of feeling it

    Posted via the Android Central App
    12-08-2015 07:42 PM
  14. rushmore's Avatar
    IMO, yes. I went from the Note 4 that is too soft, to the MXPE too hard. A softer option would be nice.
    12-08-2015 09:35 PM
  15. rushmore's Avatar
    Nobody is ever happy. If it was too soft then people would complain that they cannot feel or hear it! This argument is as old as cell phones themselves. One phone vibrates too hard, too loud and another is too soft, too quiet. This bed is too soft, and this bed is too hard, and this one is just right. So the big bad wolf just ate everyone complaining.
    Then offer setting options for all three.
    12-08-2015 09:37 PM

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