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How to stop phone from notifying me the battery has charged

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ayrshiredude, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. ayrshiredude

    ayrshiredude Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Ok so I usually plug my phone in to charge over night next to my bed. However it gives me a notification sound, like a txt message, when the battery has charged. This is kinda annoying but cannot seem to find a way of turning it off. I know you are gonna suggest tuning the sound off but thats not what i want to do.

    So is it possible to just turn the battery charged notification off?

  2. Sleuth

    Sleuth Newbie

    Ditto. That one annoys me too.
  3. snapper.fishes

    snapper.fishes Android Expert

    You are using going to have to use Silence Mode.
  4. UdvVrf

    UdvVrf Newbie

    I'm using Tasker to set system volume to 0 while charging
  5. as2

    as2 Lurker

    Same problem with Samsung Intercept :S
  6. ardyer

    ardyer Android Enthusiast

    Even with System Volume at 0 and Vibrate off, mine still vibrates to notify me. It has gotten to the point that I have to lay it on something soft while charging over night so it doesn't wake me up.
  7. mdtolic

    mdtolic Guest

    I leave mine in the kitchen overnight so the sound doesn't bother me. However, I have wondered about the notification itself. Why does it do this? Is there a danger in leave it plugged in after the battery has fully charged? Isn't there any overcharge protection?
  8. DroidRick

    DroidRick Android Enthusiast

    Hopefully this will be addressed in the next ROM update.
  9. Howard Packer

    Howard Packer Member

    What about the question raised concerning overcooking the battery. Does leaving the phone connected damage the battery after it is fully charged?
  10. swamprat96

    swamprat96 Newbie

    No it does not overcharge the battery- its just a nag
    Howard Packer likes this.
  11. Natwolf

    Natwolf Lurker

    It promts you, because I was advised by Sumsung service that its best not to over charge your phone, to unplug once it has charged, otherwise you will find that the battery life will shorten in months to come if you continually overcharge. The battery has a memory chip that will eventually spoil.
  12. Metusion

    Metusion Newbie

    I charge my phone overnights so maybe I shouldn't because it'll overcharge? I'm not gonna wake up just to unplug the phone lol
  13. mi04se1

    mi04se1 Android Enthusiast

    I charged my phone once overnight and had the alarm set to go off in the morning. The alarm went off and the pop up disappeared. Later that day I went to check something on the phone and it was off. Happened twice now that I didnt hit the notification pop up and it shut off on its own.
  14. gudmundurp

    gudmundurp Lurker

    I have googled this to death and came up emty ... unless you are developer or coputer geek.
    The solution is: App called Timeriffic :D
    Easy to use, and you create profile that f.ex. shuts down notification sounds from 23:00 to 6:00, lower ringtone, disable vibration and all the stuff you like to edit.
    Then f.ex. at 6:00 you enable ringtone 100%, notification tone 100%, vibration and stuff you disabled over the night :cool:
    Excelent stuff !!!!!!!!
  15. logout

    logout Lurker

    Well, I bought an extra battery and separate battery charger, which doesn't produce any sounds :), just the light turns from red to blue. And I simply switch the batteries. I rarely use the "travel" charger and always have fresh power in the phone ;)
  16. eburton5

    eburton5 Lurker

    I have a rooted galaxy s 4g and what I did to stop that annoying sound was I used root explorer to browse to system\media\audio\ui and moved the tw_battery_caution.ogg file from the folder and restart the phone. Battery hit 100% and no sound. Hope this helps!

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