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Any way to rig this to make the vibration on my Moto X weaker?
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Sorry but I don't know for other devices... try to see if you have the path /sys/class/timed_output/vibrator/

If the different setting are presents (driving_ms, warmup_ms, amp) try to change the values and see...



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Is there any way to do this without root??
 
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Is this strength or just milliseconds? Seems if I put it to 500 it vibrates for half a second at max strength.
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I need more information... I thought the OP was clear, but who knows

I assume you are rooted right?

Is your current setup support init.script? For this check the OP of the kernel/rom you're using (or at least check /system/etc/, have you an init.d folder?).

If you are stock (rooted) use the app I mentioned in the op (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...l.init.d&hl=fr), the init.d scripts needed are in attachment in posts #1 and #2 with "how to"...

If I'm wrong explain better

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I am rooted, unlocked, stock. So I just run those scripts in the program listed and that's it?

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I am rooted, unlocked, stock. So I just run those scripts in the program listed and that's it?
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Yes, install the app then run it and choose to run the test (you'll have a Superuser request, accept) then reboot:



After if init.d script works you'll have an init.d folder in /system/etc (and the message like above). Put the init.d script named 01vibratorstrength in the init.d folder and set the correct permissions like in the OP.
Run the app again and activate the init.d script, set to ON like the screenshot:



Reboot again and all will be fine. You'll feel that the vibrator strength is increased (wait about 1-2 seconds after boot). You can check the values are changed by following the path /sys/class/timed_output/vibrator/**** (the vlaue you want check and you have changed).


 
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killajoe, did you manage to get it working?

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