Turn off sound when USB connected?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Esabasard, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. Esabasard

    Esabasard Well-Known Member
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    Is it possible to disable the notification sound that plays when I connect my phone to my PC? I tried unchecking SD card notifications, but thats not it. It is really annoying to have to hear that loud sound when I am in the office. Thanks
     

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  2. dougwilson2000

    dougwilson2000 Well-Known Member
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    Mute your phone
    Press volume rock all the way down or go into settings and turn off notification volume.
     
  3. Esabasard

    Esabasard Well-Known Member
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    Is that the only option available. I know that I can kill sound, but I was hoping there was a way to disable it. Maybe it just isn't possible.
     
  4. drowe

    drowe Well-Known Member
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    If you don't have USB debugging on and you turn off the notification sound, it will be quiet. I found last night that if you have USB debugging on, you will get the sound. It seems to me that the debugging mode overrides the notification setting.
     
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  5. Esabasard

    Esabasard Well-Known Member
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    Thanks, that's what I needed to do.
     
  6. iicee

    iicee New Member
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    By default, the same notification sound is played for all notifications.
    This isn
     
  7. WACOMalt

    WACOMalt Member
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    On Droid X I cant find the option to disable the notification ringtone. there is no "None" option.

    2.1 here.
     
  8. silverrow

    silverrow New Member
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    If it helps, on my Acer Liquid, instead of "None", I get "Silent", which I think has the same function as a blank sound file. Haven't tried this yet, but I will!
     

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