After using Sony Xperia phones exclusively for the past 5 years, I finally switched to a Galaxy A71, I'm also new to Android 10.
Question, when I set my phone to sound mode, why is vibration also on? Whenever the phone rings or there's any notification (messaging, emails, etc), the phone also vibrates. Is there no way to turn vibration off? I can only choose the types of vibrations in the settings and can't find any option to turn it off. Not even in developer's option. Any help?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Under settings, search for "Sounds and vibration." This menu will allow you to turn off "vibrate while ringing." And another option "System sound/vibration control" will let you turn off vibrations for touch interactions.
I don't have that option:
There's only an option to choose vibration pattern, no way to turn it off.
Haptic feedback I've turned off. Notification and ring tone is the problem. Whatsapp has its own option to turn off, but everything else (email, messages, etc) follow global settings from the phone.
My word! How is there no global setting for this? This is so hidden, like 4 menu screens in. I never even thought that you can tap on that menu, it has a toggle button next to it. Who would've thought that it could be tapped to reveal another menu. Thanks, this solved it, but there should really be a global setting for this.
Agreed. The more powerful these phones become, the more complicated they are. And it was learning exerpeince for me too, that you can tap on menu's in addition to the toggle. THe good news - you'll be able to more easily navigate the setting menu from now on!!!!
But I totally agree, there should be an overall setting to just turn off vibration. If I missed it - I apologize! But the above is how I've turned off vibration for certain apps. Otherwise, I usually turn on DND (do not distrub!)