I searched around for a bit and came up with nothing exactly like what I'm asking here. I also figured I'd ask in this forum because I am pretty sure that IF this is possible, you'd have to be rooted in order to make changes in /system (pretty sure thats where it would be modified, not 100% sure though). Basically, as the thread title states, is there a way to change the level of intensity of the vibration? If so, would this be set in an .apk file? Sometimes I get different levels of vibration. I'm pretty sure it's just a fluke when it does happen though. Also, a while back when trying out Koush's Cyanogen ROM, I noticed all vibrations were stronger than other ROMs. I think I read that that was actually a bug somewhere. It may/may not have been fixed in subsequent releases. But not sure as I haven't been using Koush's work for some time now. I also know a few apps can change the time and/or pattern of vibration... i.e Handcent can make short long, long long, short long short long...etc...or even you own custom pattern. But no actual vibration 'strength' changes. This would be pretty cool if perhaps the app 'Spare Parts' had this option. Anybody with a clue as to where to begin looking for this? Possibilities of changing it? Maybe make a script to run? Anything? P.S. As an added thought, being an electrician, I'm almost thinking that in order to change this 'level of strength', there would have to be some kind of increased voltage change to the vibrating mechanism. Not sure what it is in the Droid as I have never taken one apart, but an old phone I took apart for shits & giggles revealed the vibrating thingy was just a little off-balanced weight on a motor that spun fast when vibration was called for.