Stupid battery full notification!Support


Last Updated: 2013-03-25 17:39:35
  1. Rich89

    Rich89 New Member

    Hi,
    Been looking into this as it is really putting me off the phone.

    Every night my phone will beep a few times throughout the night telling me the battery is fully charged...

    There must be a way to disable this pointless notification without rooting? (I have no idea about rooting)

    The only options i have found are to charge the phone before i go to bed etc but none of these a viable.

    Thanks

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  2. infg37

    infg37 Well-Known Member

    my phone never beeps when it is fully charged...but you can try muting the phone while you sleep
  3. Heisenberg123

    Heisenberg123 Well-Known Member

    mine does not beep when full charged im runing 4.1.1
  4. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ± Moderator

    I had that issue before and after rooting.
    In my case, I have the battery monitor widget app and had the app alert me to when the battery was full. I also had it set to repeat the alert. I disabled that and so far its o.k...but,
    I just disabled it last night so I am waiting to see what tonight brings :)
  5. Indyjones1975

    Indyjones1975 New Member

    I have also got this problem last night I almost threw the phone out the window I can't believe there isn't a simple way of just switching of the sound.
    I am not very tec so I thought it was me but I can find a solution anywhere plz help!!M
  6. Rich89

    Rich89 New Member

    Surely there must be a solution to this. Why would they do something so stupid. 95% of all phone owners would surely charge their phone at night so who wants to be woken up 10 times a night to be told the battery is fully charged...
  7. Heisenberg123

    Heisenberg123 Well-Known Member

    strange how its only effecting some and not all
  8. Indyjones1975

    Indyjones1975 New Member

    Right I have stopped it but I don't know how !!!
    I have done three things
    1, I have installed lightflow app
    2, I have installed juice defender
    3, which it could be I have changed charger
    I have let it charge and on the phone it says it is charged but I don't know how long before I get the sound?
    I will let it charge all night tonight and will let you know tomorrow.
  9. gregg1100

    gregg1100 Well-Known Member

    I leave my phone downstairs at night. Can't hear it then. Any missed calls can be sorted out in the morning:)
  10. Harry2

    Harry2 Well-Known Member

    Jelly Bean let you disable the notification of every app on your phone ...Settings > Apps ...

    The charging full notification might come of a battery monitor app on your phone.

    Open the notification (or long press on it ?) should show you the "culprit" app :)

    Harry
  11. BynoUK

    BynoUK Well-Known Member

    Mine doesn't beep when full either, charge my phone pretty much every night.
  12. Indyjones1975

    Indyjones1975 New Member

    I know this might sound mad but when I use the Samsung charger that came with the phone I get the sound but if I use an after market charger I don't ?
  13. Stuntman

    Stuntman Well-Known Member

    I just turn off all notification sounds when I go to bed and turn them back on when I wake up.
  14. Heisenberg123

    Heisenberg123 Well-Known Member


    me too, if a "beep" from a full charge sound wakes someone up wouldnt every text, email or other apps notifications also wake them up
  15. Indyjones1975

    Indyjones1975 New Member

    I changed my charger and now have no beep when the battery is full:)
  16. dagactor

    dagactor Active Member

    My phone just started doing this when I upgraded to Cleanrom 6. It's coming through the SystemUI...is there a way to edit that?
  17. slatyford

    slatyford Well-Known Member

    You could try an app called Battery Charged Silenser
  18. KPW

    KPW Member


    You may be on to something here. I haven't heard a sound when the battery is full, but then again I have NEVER used the charger that came with the phone.

    -Ken
  19. stephen65

    stephen65 Well-Known Member

    I use the charger that came with the phone and I never get a sound when the battery is fully charged. I do want to hear something that lets me know it's fully charged. Is that only available with some sort of battery app?
  20. TadeoNYC

    TadeoNYC Well-Known Member

    Probably. Check out GSam battery monitor and battery monitor widget to see which one you like better. I used both, but have recently purchased android tuner which replaces both.
  21. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;) VIP Member

    I use Battery Notifier app. I like the big coloured percentage in status bar but u dont have to use that.
    U can set tones for fully charged and as battery low warnings for whatever percentage u want plus it can tell u battery temp, voltage in notification bar :thumbup:
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  22. stephen65

    stephen65 Well-Known Member

    I'm trying the battery monitor widget right now and it does give a notification sound when the battery is fully charged but it has turned off the green light.

    I charged the phone over the weekend and heard the notification sound I had set but noticed that the light was still red. I waited a good 15 minutes or so but the light never changed color. Seems like you either have to have the light or the sound with this widget. I might try something else to see if I can get both because I might not always be in the room to hear the sound.
  23. stephen65

    stephen65 Well-Known Member

    I uninstalled the Battery Monitor widget and installed this Notifier app and it does what I want it to. I get both the full notification sound and the green light.
  24. bornintheuk

    bornintheuk Well-Known Member

    I have a brand new s3 and never had this.. until i mucked around with a few apps that i didnt like and uninstalled (i dont know for sure it was lightflow but i was trying to change falcon pros led colour but didnt like light flow so uninstalled) Anyway the phone started lighting up repeatedly at 2am after a full charge. So i turned it off left it off for a minute. and then turned it back on and the problem never reoccured.. so far..

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