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General Noise After Text Message Ringtone

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FloridaCracker, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. FloridaCracker

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    I open up "messages" then hit the "settings" option, then scroll down and "notifications" is checked and I then select my ringtone for whenever I receive a text message. However, upon receiving a text message, I hear the ringtone I selected, but immediately following the selected ringtone, I get another ringtone sound. It's like I have 2 ringtones set for incoming text messages. And the second ringtone is the "chirps" ringtone, which is e extremely annoying. So currently when I get a text message it plays the desired ringtone followed immediately by the chirping birds. Can someone pleAse help me fix this as it is driving me nuts!!!!
     

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    Do you have another app for texting? If you do, both of them could be notifying you of the same message..
     
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    No, there aren't any other messaging app that I'm aware of. I did download go sms just to look but I removed it after 5 minutes of being installed. Sometimes the bird chirp comes before the desired ringtone as well. Do you know of a way to just delete the "chirps" sound from my phone completely? I've got Astro but can't seem to find the file location.
     
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    My phone is not rooted and I'm not going to root it either, for warranty purposes. Just an FYI
     

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