Smartphones have become so much more than just gadgets to make phone calls. We also use them for messaging, browsing the internet, setting reminders, productivity, and entertainment. Sometimes you might feel overwhelmed with all the calls, notifications, and pings. Thankfully, smartphones have the option to set to vibrate mode.
If you have a new phone, and you are confused about how to do that, this post will guide you on how to make your phone vibrate on Android and iPhone.
Most Android phones have similar options to set them to vibrate mode. Keep in mind that the vibrate mode may be labeled differently depending on the Android model, for example, Touch vibration, Sound Profile, etc.
However, whatever Android model you have, there are several methods to make your smartphone vibrate.
This is the easiest way to make your Android phone vibrate.
Note: The steps below apply to a Samsung phone. If you have another Android model, the steps may differ.
And that’s it! Your smartphone is in vibrate mode.
Another way to enable vibrate mode on your Android phone is by pressing the volume buttons on the side of the phone.
Just press and hold down the ‘volume down’ button until you feel your phone vibrate. Make sure you are putting the system sound to vibrate and not the media sound. Follow the steps below to do it:
Now use the volume down key to put your phone system sound to vibrate.
The last way you can make your smartphone vibrate is through the phone’s Settings.
The vibration options may differ from one Android phone to another. Your phone may also have a slider with the label ‘Ring & notification volume’ you need to slide left in order to turn on vibrate mode.
To set an iPhone to vibrate mode, you need to put it into silent mode too. Here’s how to do it:
After turning on this option, your iPhone will be in vibrate mode when you set it to silent with the volume down button.
You can also customize the vibration on your iPhone for different apps and functions, such as ringtone, messages, reminders, and AirDrop. You can do this in the Sound and Vibrations Patterns settings.