Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rcyphermd, Dec 7, 2012.
It wakes me up at night! How do you so the battery full alert?
Go into sound settings and volume then turn down system sounds and notification sounds until you can't hear it.
To get rid of annoying system sounds, go to /system/media/audio/ui and rename these:
Charger_Connection.ogg <---Disables the initial noise when charger is plugged in
TW_Battery_caution.ogg <---Disables the loud beep when the battery fully charged
TW_Low_Battery.ogg <---Disables the loud beep when the battery is low
I'll need to change those ASAP. I charge my phone at night as well, and it annoys the hell out of me when it makes noises.
How do you rename it? I was not able to do that with Astro.
You need to be rooted and mount the directory R/W first. Change it back to R/O when done.
Is there a way to fix this without rooting?
Try to turn down your system sounds at night.
If you have it, activate blocking mode. I charge my phone on my bedstand and blocking mode disables all LED lights, alert sounds, and the ringer between 12:30 and 6:30.
I have read that Verizon removed blocking mode for some reason (probably because they're evil).
I am a physician on call and I need to hear my calls and texts. Is there a way to stop this song alarm without rooting?
How do you activate the battery full alarm on Verizon?
Does anyone know how to stop this alert without rooting?
I don't recall ever hearing it. Is this a continual alert?
Well I don't Charge over night, I hate leaving the charger on beyone it's full charge. I have a charger on my desk at home, and one on my desk at work, one in my truck, and one in the kitchen. So by bed time I'm usually at full charge. I have never left any of my phones sit on the charger beyond full charge. My 2cents
No it is one loud alert that wakes my wife and I up. I need the sound on because I am a physician on call. But I sure do not like getting awoken every night. Surely there must be a simpler way to fix this!!
There are at least 2 things you could do without turning off your phone ringtone or rooting your phone.
1) Manually turn off "notification" and "system" volume at night. You can leave "ringtone" volume up.
2) Activate Blocking Mode and disable notifications, alarms, and timers at night automatically. You can leave incoming call enabled.
I also don
I used to use this on my SGS2:
I just use blocking mode now.
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 used to have this on my S2 but on my Note 2 its not included. All I get is the display lighting up with a message telling me the phone is fully charged and to unplug accompanied by a green notification led, but no tone thank god
Good grief this is annoying. I switched from my old 1a charger at my bed to the one that came with the note2 tonight. I was greeted several times by this anoying beep every so often. Whoever thought this was a good idea...so good that there isn't an acceptable way to disable...is insane. I wish I had their home phone number so I can call them several times a night to wake them up like their "feature" does me.
My N2 also does not make noise when it is fully charged. I don't use the stock charger, I use one of my old Blackberry chargers. I wonder if maybe it has something to do with the charger that my phone doesn't make noise when fully charged?
Is this carrier specific? Mine doesn't make this noise and I'm on Sprint.
OP, do you have some kind of battery app installed on your phone?
Depends on how the rom is put together. To turn these off without rooting you must mute notifactions all of them. To fix just the sounds in quedtion, root. Only option I know of. And I like my access. So I dont bother looking for others.
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Use blocking mode on vzw. The app exists but no button to turn it on. There is a thread on it sime where. Download a free app that makes a shortcut to any file. Touch the icon and it launches vzw blocking mode. Mine is set to stop notifications between 11 and 6am. No root!
This is driving me crazy. Where do I find the blocking mode on Verizon?
I contacted samsung tech support and they said there was no way to stop the beep.