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Old February 11th, 2013, 12:29 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I can imagine how important it is that you are able to get your rest and also have your patients be able to contact you in case of emergency. My name is Kati. I will be more than happy to assist you from here.



I have reviewed many forums about this feature. Samsung set up the software of your Note II to alert you of when the battery is full to save energy, and also not constantly overcharge your phone’s battery. Many, including yourself are not happy with the way the software is designed. Although there is currently not a work around to only adjust the battery full notification setting, we are providing the manufacturer with the feedback and opinions we are receiving to include a change in the next software update. I do apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.



Ronald, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to assist you. We appreciate your loyalties to Verizon Wireless. Have a wonderful week, and enjoy the rest of your weekend.



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I also don´t have an alert for charging?????????????
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It seems to be carrier specific
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root, remvoe the ogg file frome system/ui
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Last night I used the charger that came with the phone and I didn't hear the noise. I'm gonna try for a few more days to see if this might be the solution.
UPDATE: I'm still using the charger that came with the phone and I'm still not hearing the beep. On my end the problem is solved! (Sprint)
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No battery full notification on my VZW Note II. Hmm...
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No battery full notification on my VZW Note II. Hmm...
I don't get a sound my ATT Note 2 either. It just wakes up and gives me a message in the notification bar and the LED goes from red to green.
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Sometimes I hear it at work, but I use my old HTC charger at work. I haven't plugged my phone at home for the longest time, since I have 2 extra batteries waiting for me if I do need it.

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this is a very frustrating subject for me. Yes, I'm on verizon and the Batt Full chime/notification is definitely there. But it's not consistant. If you go to the System Sounds and turn it all the way down, the chime will go away, only to come back seemingly when ever it feels like it. For example, I'll go to the setting an turn it up all the way (system sound) and then restart the phone. It acts normal, wakes up and chimes when the batt is full. Then I'll go and turn the system sound all the way down and restart the phone. I'm good for a couple of days and then out of the blue, it will start up again. I'll go to the setting again and the sound is still down all the way. REALLY pisses me off. Usually about 2:30am the damn phone goes off and lights up the room. I have to keep it on as I use the phone as an alarm clock.
Moreover, I have a routine of turning off Data, and Wifi so that I don't get emails at night. Because there isn't a good Do Not Disturb app that lets favorites though but turns off all notifications for SMS/MMS and email, I'm stuck doing this every night. What a pain. It's really the ONLY issue I have with my phone and it drives me crazy.

Somebody, please make a Do Not Disturb app EXACTLY like Apple's feature. PLEASE!!!!!!!!
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root, remvoe the ogg file frome system/ui
Is there a way to do that without rooting?
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maybee, but that is the most direct solution. and since i am rooted, i do not investigate more complex solutions. so idk.

besides, root, rom, and rid yourself of carrier iq [or do you like provideing constant location access and orther data to your carrier at the cost of your data limit, if you have one]
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maybee, but that is the most direct solution. and since i am rooted, i do not investigate more complex solutions. so idk.

besides, root, rom, and rid yourself of carrier iq [or do you like provideing constant location access and orther data to your carrier at the cost of your data limit, if you have one]
Is there a "rooting for dummies" link that is fool proof for non-geeks?
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try asking google
look on xda
no method is foolproof. as fools cant read

ask yourself this
can you follow directions?
if the awnser is yes then your good.

basicly if you can read and follow betty crocker, you can read and follow most guides.

use google to define terms you dont know
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Why don't you just charge your phone before you go to bed?
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Couple of posts deleted - please could we stick to attacking the issue, rather than each other?
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I know that there have been MANY posts on this subject but I just had to vent again....

I'm am SOOOOO SICK of the dang charging notification. Middle of my REM sleep, the stupid phone feels it MUST let me know it's done. For me, it didn't do it all the time. I have my system sounds at ZERO, and have always recycled my my phone on and off about every week to make sure it's playing nice with the applications that I've installed. For some reason, it does it EVERY NIGHT now. Literally, it might be the thing that pushes me to a different phone or a different carrier (after 14 years with Verizon). It drives me crazy!

NO updates to fix it, Verizon blames Samsung, Samsung blames Verizon...

ARG!!!!!!!!
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I know that there have been MANY posts on this subject but I just had to vent again....

I'm am SOOOOO SICK of the dang charging notification. Middle of my REM sleep, the stupid phone feels it MUST let me know it's done. For me, it didn't do it all the time. I have my system sounds at ZERO, and have always recycled my my phone on and off about every week to make sure it's playing nice with the applications that I've installed. For some reason, it does it EVERY NIGHT now. Literally, it might be the thing that pushes me to a different phone or a different carrier (after 14 years with Verizon). It drives me crazy!

NO updates to fix it, Verizon blames Samsung, Samsung blames Verizon...

ARG!!!!!!!!

Switch to AT&T. When my phone is fully charged I get no sound indication only a message on the screen.
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I know that there have been MANY posts on this subject but I just had to vent again....

I'm am SOOOOO SICK of the dang charging notification. Middle of my REM sleep, the stupid phone feels it MUST let me know it's done. For me, it didn't do it all the time. I have my system sounds at ZERO, and have always recycled my my phone on and off about every week to make sure it's playing nice with the applications that I've installed. For some reason, it does it EVERY NIGHT now. Literally, it might be the thing that pushes me to a different phone or a different carrier (after 14 years with Verizon). It drives me crazy!

NO updates to fix it, Verizon blames Samsung, Samsung blames Verizon...

ARG!!!!!!!!
App "lightflow" gets good reviews. Choices as to notify or not when battery full.
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ewwww.... Light flow.... Let's give it a whirl!!!

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i say ditch verizon anyway...
they have no regard for their customers, merely how much they can boost their bottom line at customers expense (no pun intended).
i left them after a decade and will never go back even if it means not having a phone.
i am still waiting for an update that was promised and still has not been delivered almost a year and a half after the wifi version was implemented.
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hmmm i never got a charging notification. guess im a lucky one :-)
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The only comparable problem I have is the phone lighting up in the middle of the night when it is fully charged. I am on on AT&T.
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will silent time app or such like help?
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i say ditch f*****g verizon anyway...
they have no regard for their customers, merely how much they can boost their bottom line at customers expense (no pun intended).
i left them after a decade and will never go back even if it means not having a phone.
i am still waiting for an update that was promised and still has not been delivered almost a year and a half after the wifi version was implemented.
Yes, because Verizon's competition is so different. AT&T is just a wonderful company, same with T-mobile....
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I know that there have been MANY posts on this subject but I just had to vent again....

I'm am SOOOOO SICK of the dang charging notification. Middle of my REM sleep, the stupid phone feels it MUST let me know it's done. For me, it didn't do it all the time. I have my system sounds at ZERO, and have always recycled my my phone on and off about every week to make sure it's playing nice with the applications that I've installed. For some reason, it does it EVERY NIGHT now. Literally, it might be the thing that pushes me to a different phone or a different carrier (after 14 years with Verizon). It drives me crazy!

NO updates to fix it, Verizon blames Samsung, Samsung blames Verizon...

ARG!!!!!!!!

Maybe I'm missing something, but why not just turn your phone off overnight? Would it still turn back on and give you the message?
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I have a GN2 from Verizon. It doesn't 'notify' me when the batter is charged?
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Switch to AT&T. When my phone is fully charged I get no sound indication only a message on the screen.
Same. I have AT&T too, so the sound must be a Verizon thing. It does light up the screen for like 5 seconds when it is fully charged though. I only noticed it when I was charging during the day and I saw the screen lit up.
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Same. I have AT&T too, so the sound must be a Verizon thing. It does light up the screen for like 5 seconds when it is fully charged though. I only noticed it when I was charging during the day and I saw the screen lit up.
Same for me.
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I am on T-Mobile and receive no such notification when my phone gets to fully charged. And I usually charge my phone to 100% at night. Never really have time to do it during the day.

Looks like it's just dependent on the carrier for something like this.
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I leave my phone in the other room when I sleep. It can make all the noises it wants and it don't bother me a bit.
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My battery life is good enough that I only charge when needed and I try not to charge over night.

To the op, I guess I've never seen this on Sprint but then again I am rooted and maybe that charging notification was taken out by developers because it annoyed the heck out of them as well. The red/green charging light is sufficient, imo, not sure why Samsung needed to put in a notification for charging
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I don't have the battery full notification going off when it is fully charged. Not sure if the screen lights up though as I have it face down on my bed right beside my head when I sleep. Yeah, I know, not a healthy thing to do. I have it on for alarms and beside me as to not to bother my other sibling when it does go off. Enough to wake me, but not my sibling.

In Canada though.
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I have an app, Shush, which I turn on every night when I set my phone on charge beside my bed. Works great!
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The only comparable problem I have is the phone lighting up in the middle of the night when it is fully charged. I am on on AT&T.
I'm on ATT, no sound out of mine, but the screen does light up once fully charged. My solution = flip it over, problem solved.
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Mine is on a dock so not so easy. Right now I cover it with a cloth.
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I started this thread on the same topic

How do you stop alert that rings when battery is full?
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I have a GN2 from Verizon. It doesn't 'notify' me when the batter is charged?
Same here. Never has. Although I'd be frustrated too if there was no way to turn it off!
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Okay, this is for the S2, so not sure if it will work for the Note 2, but I did a little digging and saw these posts:

Samsung Galaxy S2 Mute Battery Notification NO ROOT

Galaxy S2 Mute Battery Full Notification - YouTube!

For those that this is a problem, try this out and see if it works for you.
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OK I will merge these 2 threads together as they are pretty much related, to clean this up on aisle 6, you seem to have many options to solve your issue, cheers
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Ok, so here is my solution. I tried the applicatioins suggested... SHUSH, Light Flow etc. Shush didn't do everything I wanted, and Light Flow KILLED my battery WAY too fast - in my case the battery drain was significant.

First, let me give you a quick summary of my specific issue and what I know to be true concerning the notification.

I need my phone to be on at night, because I need to be able to recieve text messages and phone calls. My wife and I no longer have a house phone and the Cell is our own means of tele-communication. I do not need emails (emails blasts that come at all hours). I also use my phone as an alarm clock so I couldn't (I found a solution) MUTE my phone. Yes, the Battery Charge Completion notification is carrier specific. I'm told by Samsung the the programmng came in all versions/carrier phones. Verizon chose to leave the audible notification in... Or, rather decided not to take it out.

After an exhaustive trial and error period this is my fix for my specific needs.

1. I turn the phone down to Vibrate, which is one click up from Silent on the volume rocker switch. This position doesn't even let the phone give an audible when you put it on the charger.
2. I have my phone set to ring and vibrate during a call. This enables me to be notified through vibration if I'm getting a call from a family member or friend in the middle of the night.
3. I'm now using Alarm Extreme instead of my stock alarm clock. This lets the alarm sound work even though the phone is on silent. This also gives me a great SNOOZE option. The stock alarm does not snooze. The stock alarm clock will go off while on vibrate, but the Alarm Extreme app give me a WAY better "Off/Dismiss" button and has many more tweeks. I REALLY like the application.
4. I still set my phone to DATA OFF and WiFi off. I recieve email if DATA is off but Wifi is on. I'm sure that there is an app to silence email during certain times, but this was a simple pix.

Hope this helps.
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Delete the battery full.ogg file in system/media
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For those stating that they are on Verizon and have no charging finished notification, do you have system volume turned way down?

I have a rooted phone and just renamed the 2 files

system/media/audio/ui/charger_connection.ogg.bak
system/media/audio/ui/TW_Battery_caution.ogg.bak

while there I also renamed these

system/media/audio/ui/Power0ff.ogg.bak
system/media/audio/ui/Power0n.ogg.bak

There isn't an issue with rooting as long as you don't unlock the bootloader, that's what can cause problems with OTAs. I rooted my phone directly after activating it mostly so I could restore all apps and settings using Titanium Backup which requires a rooted device.

NOTE: You should never delete the original files if you haven't backed them up. I always rename them and leave them in place noting their location so I can restore them if needed. Many times an OTA will fail if it can't find original files which are being updated. I found this out the hard way.
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You can try automated apps or schedulers like Tasker, llama, etc. Try setting rules/events to disable sound when battery levels hit 99-100% and then re-enable after the full charge. Not sure if it'll work though as I don't have this full charge (everything goes off) notification.
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My solution
Delete the battery full.ogg file in system/media
Can you do this without rooting?
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It aint yours till the warrenty is void.
If your worried about breaking your phone. I am posting this now from my note ii running custume recovery, rom, and kernel with root.
If you can read and have a brain you can root.
Head over to xda and read some of the posts.
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I'm a Verizon customer with a Note 2 that I purchased early March. I have a Samsung Multimedia Dock that allows me to charge my phone. I leave my phone on it every night to charge. When the battery is fully charged, the led changes to green, phone screen comes on, then goes off after screen time-out. (A minute in my case). There is no sound. All my sounds are set at full volume. Maybe the dock makes a difference? It is plugged into the wall with the original cord that came with the phone.
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I've been tinkering and think I might have a work around. Again, I'm a Verizon customer with a Note 2. Model is SCH-I605. Android version is 4.1.1

I found that the notification sound for texts can be set separately from the general notification sounds.

First, I went to Settings/Sound/Volume and set my sounds volumes as follows: Music, etc. full volume, Ringtone full volume, Notifications close to the bottom, at about 1/8, System at the same level, about 1/8.

Next, in Sounds/Ringtone and notifications/Default notifications I chose a very low volume tone called Opener which was native on my phone.

Then, I exited Settings and went to my text messaging app which is native on my phone. At the menu for the app, I went to Settings. I scrolled down to Notification Settings which is toward the bottom. On Select Ringtone, I selected a ringtone that I downloaded called Galaxy Note Samsung.mp3. I downloaded that one because I was looking for a free ringtone that was louder than the ones offered native on the phone. Boy, is it loud! Even at 1/8 volume, it's still pretty loud and it plays for a few seconds, not just one quick sound, so it catches my attention.

I have been able to test the text notifications, and they act just like I want - loud and assertive even in a background noise environment. I haven't been able to test the system notification, because I don't get a lot of those notifications and can't figure out how to trigger one. However, hopefully, the battery notification is a system notification and will be lots softer and maybe not wake people up.

I hope this helps.
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I haven't been able to test the system notification, because I don't get a lot of those notifications and can't figure out how to trigger one. However, hopefully, the battery notification is a system notification
I'm not sure (and I'm not on VZ) but what about the notification when you plug in the charger, that might be one.
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I used to get a beep tone when my Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 smartphone battery reached 100%, but since I upgraded from Gingerbread 2.3.6 to JellyBean 4.1.2 the only beep I hear now is when the battery needs charging rather than when it's reached it's full charge.

I actually preferred to have the tone when it reached 100% and wondered if the change was down to the upgrading of the phones rom?

Btw, I have the system notification set to it's highest.
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BTW, leaving the phone on the charger after it's full has zero effect on the battery. It has circuitry that stops charging after it hits 100%.
I think that's charger specific. Presumably you're talking about the OEM charger. Of course it's *possible* that the actual charger is built into the phone & the 'charger' you plug into the wall is simply a converter, changing 110 AC into 5 DC (USB power). In that case this would work for any 'charger'.

Personally I like the suggestion of having 2 batteries & an external charger. IMO it's worthwhile just to have a spare charged battery on hand.
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