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Old May 6th, 2013, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all!

I've had my One about a week now and after going through all the notification settings I CAN NOT seem to get rid of this random notification sound that just happens sporadically. It will play the sound and when I look at my phone for what it is...nothing. It happens about 3 times an hour or so.

I know this is pretty vague but does anyone have any ideas??

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Is it tied to email maybe?
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EarlyMon: I don't think so, I disabled all of my email notifications and also when there are no email icons showing up at the top of the screen suggesting that I would have a new message. ??
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Do you have NFC turned on? Is it perhaps near your wallet, with a NFC credit card, or near a NFC tag?
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Another long shot - do you have someone (like spam) blacklisted that could be sending you messages?

Better question - does it match your notification sound?
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No, I don't have anything blacklisted (yet)...but also no, it doesn't match my notification sound.
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No, I don't have anything blacklisted (yet)...but also no, it doesn't match my notification sound.
The NFC notification noise is different than other ones, and I don't think it can be changed. See if having it off keeps the noise from happening. An even better indication that it was NFC is if you keep your phone anywhere near anything that has NFC (some credit cards do now). The sound could be from your phone trying (and failing since those are encrypted) to connect to the NFC in a credit card. But keep us in the loop if the noise keeps happening even with NFC off.
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How about Bluetooth?

Like Guitar's NFC suggestion, just different radio.

Also, don't give up - we love mysteries. This is a good one!
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Also, don't give up - we love mysteries. This is a good one!
Oh, you scientific mind type folks!! Gotta love ya!

Well, thank you for all of your suggestions...I MAY have found the culprit. After disabling all of the notifications mentioned and STILL hearing that annoying sound...I just happened to be looking at my phone when the sound happened and noticed the refresh bars appeared. So, I went into my settings and looked around and found the "sync all" setting. I disabled auto sync and I haven't heard the sound since. I'm not 100% positive yet but I haven't heard the sound in a while. If I continue NOT to hear it, I'm going to turn the sync on again and listen for it to make sure.

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Oh, you scientific mind type folks!! Gotta love ya!

Well, thank you for all of your suggestions...I MAY have found the culprit. After disabling all of the notifications mentioned and STILL hearing that annoying sound...I just happened to be looking at my phone when the sound happened and noticed the refresh bars appeared. So, I went into my settings and looked around and found the "sync all" setting. I disabled auto sync and I haven't heard the sound since. I'm not 100% positive yet but I haven't heard the sound in a while. If I continue NOT to hear it, I'm going to turn the sync on again and listen for it to make sure.

THANKS FOR BEING HERE GUYS!!!
I quite enjoyed the mystery. When I was searching the device last night for what could be causing your invisible notifications, I ran across one option that might help you out.

My only other guess was going to be Google Talk. I recall someone in the past having phantom G-Chats happening in the background.

If you check in the Sound settings, there is a check box for disabling notifications for sync or newly refreshed feeds (something like that - don't have my phone with me). This is a new option in Sense 5 if I'm not mistaken. I think it was mostly added for BlinkFeed updates.
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Cool. Yeah under the system sounds there are options there to look over. Seems you have figured it out though...
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DRATZ!! lol...ok, so problem not solved. hhahha.

@Pyro: how sweet...thank you for investigating my problem for me! LOL. I'm going to look for the setting that you mentioned. I did go ahead and disable auto sync but I will keep looking for the function that will allow me to disable the sound for that.

GRRRRRRR!
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I'm not for sure that the problem is solved. Just throwing out a guess.
I only think this setting includes Sync, not certain

Settings -> Sound -> Pull to refresh sounds (play sounds when refreshing feeds and content)
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^^^ thats the sound i think the OP is hearing.
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good suggestion but yeah, I did uncheck that box and the sound remains. Maybe I'll just have to get used to it. lol
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For the past three days, I've noticed my phone making a notification sound but then there's no notification text in the status bar. It seems to make it at random times also. I have notifications turned off in Gmail, which is the only email client I have installed. I also checked notification settings in the calendar and tasks apps, along with some of the other apps I use frequently. Has anyone had a similar problem or have any ideas?

Since I just started noticing it a few days ago, I thought I would also try to check to see what apps I had recently updated (I haven't downloaded any new ones recently) to see if something changed in an update.
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How bizarre that i have exactly the same phone and have started noticing this issue over the last few days too. I have gone through every app of mine and made sure every notification sound is turned off where applicable. For those apps where I want a notification sound I have changed them all to be different and made sure that none of them are using either the current notification sound or my old previous default one.

The phantom notification sound is my old default notification sound that is now no longer being used for any apps. I've tried clearing the data and cache for each too, to no avail.

I'm still troubleshooting and i'll post up if I get a result.
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I'm glad I'm not the only one having the problem. This Saturday was the first day I noticed it, and the fact that it seems to have started for both of us around the same time definitely makes me think whatever is causing it is the same for both our phones. I haven't received any over the air O/S updates that I know of, and I haven't changed any settings, which leads me to believe it's an app that is causing it. I wonder if there's a bug on a recently updated app that causes the notification sound to play but doesn't show an actual notification (and isn't tied to the notification settings within the app itself).

The problem is I usually update apps when I received the Google Play notification, so I can't remember which apps have had updates recently and I couldn't find a way to sort my apps in Play to show recently updated. If it is an app bug, hopefully the maker will figure it out and fix it. Keep me posted on what you find out and I'll do the same.
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something else to consider.. gmail has created new groups in its email.. promotion, social and such..

i get random notifications as well..

now.. maybe.. just maybe.. you could be getting a sound notification, but not new email notification.. i know i get no notification when i get social email..
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something else to consider.. gmail has created new groups in its email.. promotion, social and such..

i get random notifications as well..

now.. maybe.. just maybe.. you could be getting a sound notification, but not new email notification.. i know i get no notification when i get social email..
On mine I have the new groups turned off so I only have the "Inbox" group. I just double-checked to make sure they were still disabled and they were. Thank you for the suggestion though.
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I know this sounds like a pain, but one solution is the process of elimination. However before removing apps I would suggest those who have this issue coordinate with each other, listing their carrier, if they are rooted, and a list of all the apps they have installed (not stock apps) and see if there is a common app that may be causing the issue.
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Another suggestion,admittedly a PITA as well,is boot into SAFE MODE & one -by-one,enable the apps that are suspect.

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I only get this sound once a day at worst and i've not had it today. i've changed all my notification tones to be different and changed my default tone.

I'll monitor it for a few days and when I have time over the weekend, if the issue hasn't resolved, i'll try the suggestions in the two posts above. thanks chaps, much appreciated.

WOW! As I was writing that, the tone came through. it is my old default tone, not now used by any apps at all... FFS

EDIT: it was only the first half of the tone though, not the full tone (Magnolia, for those that know it)
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I didn't notice the sound yesterday. The only thing I changed was I turned off all the notifications in GSam Battery Monitor.
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I didn't notice the sound yesterday. The only thing I changed was I turned off all the notifications in GSam Battery Monitor.
You could be on to something... Is anyone else using GSAM?
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You could be on to something... Is anyone else using GSAM?
Yes, I am too. The only notifications I have set are 'Battery over voltage' and 'Battery overheating.'

I'll turn them off, monitor how it goes and report back.

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Yes, I am too. The only notifications I have set are 'Battery over voltage' and 'Battery overheating.'

I'll turn them off, monitor how it goes and report back.

Thanks chaps!
Those were the only two settings I had on also and they were the ones I turned them off yesterday. Also, I'm pretty sure the app had an update yesterday, because I had to go and manually re-launch it after the update. That's what made me think about checking the notification settings. I wonder if part of the update was to fix the notification bug?
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I get the random notification sound also, I hate it. It gets on my nerves and im not sure why it keeps happening, at first I was thinking I was missing text messages but that was not it either. Arrrrrgh!!!!
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Well, the end of day two with the GSAM notifications turned off and I have a silent phone!

I think we have a result here, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you very much for the assistance; much appreciated!
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Glad this resolved your problem. Sometimes it's just a matter of the process of elimination!
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where do I find the gsam notification option?
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GSAM>preferences>alarms
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Yes, I am too. The only notifications I have set are 'Battery over voltage' and 'Battery overheating.'

I'll turn them off, monitor how it goes and report back.

Thanks chaps!
Same here. I had the Mantis tone enabled here and this seems the likely suspect. Although I fail to see at the time how the battery could be overheating or over voltage as I hadn't picked up the phone for some time and it was stone cold.
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Yep, i'm happy to report that since then, nary an unexpected cheep or chirp from the phone. GSAM was definitely the culprit.
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Man... I see what I get from not visiting more often (life has been... well, life lately), but this is exactly the reason why I do look HERE first for answers. Thanks to ALL! Now I can go crazy in the more usual manner!
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Do you have NFC turned on? Is it perhaps near your wallet, with a NFC credit card, or near a NFC tag?
Ah-ha!

I had a mystery notification sound every time I unlocked my phone, even though the unlock sound was turned off.

Your comment made me realise, I have the badge to enter my building in one of the card slots on my phone cover, which must have NFC.

I turned off NFC and it stopped bleeping at me...

Good catch!
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I have a samsung galaxy S4 and I am having the same issue. I have tried everything on this thread and others research- nothing seems to be working. I never had the GSAM battery app installed, so that's not it for me.

Anyone else with the same issue
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I was driven up the wall by this.

turned out it was my oyster card (London underground NFC card). The phone was in a leather wallet style case, which had a slot to hold credit cards ( hence oyster card) .

So open case, no problem. Fold it back (eg in sat navigation holder in car) it is ALMOST close enough to trigger NFC "boing" .... go over a very small bump .... It moves closer, "boing". Take it , no sounds, fold back case to investigate .... "boing" ... clue was in comment above ... many thanks
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