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Old May 13th, 2012, 02:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Disable network searching sound? Samsung Transform Ultra

When there is no network signal present, the phone makes some beeping noises...any way to turn that sound off? The phone is a Samsung Transform Ultra.

Any idea what the sound file is called? Perhaps I could just replace the beeping sound file with a blank one.

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Its in the /systedm/media/ folder I believe. Its in the same place as the battery charging sound and the like. Follow this thread as its asking the same thing. disable signal dropped sound ?
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thanks...unfortunately no answer yet either though.
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Its in the /systedm/media/ folder I believe. Its in the same place as the battery charging sound and the like. Follow this thread as its asking the same thing. disable signal dropped sound ?
Unfortunately I don't believe it will be anything quite that simple... I loaded every file in the stock image into vlc and heard quite a few interesting sound files but not that one. posts that I have read have mentioned it being part of another file and not a sound file in and of itself.
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Unfortunately I don't believe it will be anything quite that simple... I loaded every file in the stock image into vlc and heard quite a few interesting sound files but not that one. posts that I have read have mentioned it being part of another file and not a sound file in and of itself.
Thanks for the try.....anyone else? Seems like a lot of people are having this issue
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Im thinking the sound is in the hardware itself, from what i know there are 4 recompiled roms based on stock for this device and all of them still have the same sound. My best advice if you are not wanting to here it since obviousely the beeping is happening from not having service is wile gaming or watching videos put it in airplain mode and then retick the wifi box in settings.
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Been trying to shut off that sound myslef. Best I could do was run a logcat while going in and out of service. After three months of continuously riding in an elevator I think I may have found something.
I'm not sure if this is it, and if it is, if anything can be done with it. Hopefully there is someone who understands this stuff.

I/TelephonyRegistry( 170): notifyServiceState: 1 home Searching for Service Unknown CSS not supported 75 4162RoamInd: -1DefRoamInd: -1EmergOnly: false
I/TelephonyRegistry( 170): notifyDataConnection: state=0 isDataConnectivityPossible=false reason=null interfaceName=null networkType=0
D/BT HS/HF( 440): BluetoothPhoneState : handleMessage : 1
D/PhoneApp( 440): mReceiver: ACTION_ANY_DATA_CONNECTION_STATE_CHANGED
D/PhoneApp( 440): - state: DISCONNECTED
D/PhoneApp( 440): - reason: null
D/PhoneApp( 440): SignalInfoTonePlayer.run(toneId = 86)...
D/NotificationMgr( 440): hideDataDisconnectedRoaming()...
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gkak - Where did you find those instructions?, and have you had any success in fixing this with them?
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gkak - Where did you find those instructions?, and have you had any success in fixing this with them?
they're not instructions they are a log of what happens when signal drops and the sound is activated. sorry no luck disabling it. I'll ask blooddawn if he could include it in the next ctmod upgrade.
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