How to Turn Off The Rumble Feature of the Wii-mote


The Wii-mote remote control for Nintendo's Wii game console is an advanced controller that allows the player to interact more fully with the video game. The Wii-mote's "Rumble" setting lets you feel a vibration in your hand during play in certain games, adding to the realistic experience. If that's too much realism, you can turn off the "Rumble" feature with these simple steps.

  • Turn the Wii on by pressing the power button located on the top, front of the console. Now a "Warning" page will be displayed, recommending that you read about health and safety tips before using the Wii. "Press A" will be flashing on the bottom of the screen.

  • Press "A" on your Wii-mote while pointing it at the TV screen. This will power the Wii-mote up, and take you to the Wii menu.

  • Press the "Home" button located on the center of the Wii-mote. This will take you to the "Home Menu." From here, the battery life of the Wii-mote will be displayed, along with access to the Wii-mote Settings.

  • Move the Wii-mote cursor over the "Wii Remote Settings" tab and press "A." The "Wii Remote Settings" tab is located at the very bottom of the screen. The "Wii Remote Settings" menu will now open. This is where the Volume, Rumble feature, and Connection can be adjusted.

  • Move the Wii-mote cursor over the "Off" button on the "Rumble" tab. Press "A" on the Wii-mote to turn the "Rumble" feature off.

  • Move the Wii-mote cursor over to the "Close Wii Remote Settings" tab located on the bottom of the screen. Press "A." Now move the cursor over to the "Wii Menu" button located in the middle of the screen. Press "A" to go back to the Wii Main Menu. Now the Rumble feature is turned off and the Wii-mote will not vibrate at any time.

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