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To start, I bought a N5 that I am looking to exchange for the Moto X. I am disappointed by my Nexus 5. My main issue is the vibration motor is too weak. I can't hear/feel it on a desk right in front of me. Can you with the X? Also, when adjusting the volume via the volume rocker, do you have the option to expand the volume settings? The N5 doesn't have this feature and it drives me insane. I know I can flash a ROM for this feature but I like staying stock. am thinking picking one up on cyber Monday. Thanks guys.

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The motor is very strong, some say too strong. The volume control is stock android so it's the same on the Moto X.
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The Moto X vibration nearly makes me jump out of my socks. It's plenty powerful, if not too much so.

If you don't want to go to a full custom ROM, the xposed framework is very useful. You can definitely get expandable volume control that way, and not loose the X's custom goodies.
 
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The Moto X vibration nearly makes me jump out of my socks. It's plenty powerful, if not too much so.

If you don't want to go to a full custom ROM, the xposed framework is very useful. You can definitely get expandable volume control that way, and not loose the X's custom goodies.
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