By default, most Android smartphones come with the option “Vibrate on touch” turned on. This means your phone will vibrate when you interact with it in various ways, such as tapping your naviagtion bottons, going to your app drawer, etc…

While it is a matter of preference, you do have the ability to turn this off if you want. Here’s how:

  1. Go to your phone’s settings
  2. Go to “Sound and notification” or “Sound” depending on your phone
  3. Some people will see the “Vibrate on touch” toggle here, but other’s will have to go to “Other sounds” first
  4. Toggle “Vibrate on touch” here

Presto!

You can turn this option on and off to your liking. It’s worth noting that turning this off can save battery.

 

 

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