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Most cell phones don't allow you to control the intensity of the vibration... you can only turn it on or off. However, if you get a rubber case for the phone that might help, because it will absorb some of the vibration.
if you vibrating continuously, it probably needs service, but if you mean it just won't ring instead of vibrating when a call comes in, go to settings in the main menu (usually the "ok" button), then sound settings