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  1. eezie

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    When lying around my phone randomly says "Droid" (audio). What the hell is that all about?

    How do I stop it?

    eezie
     

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    Don't ignore the little buddy! He simply just wants some attention because he's lonely.
     
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    Bet you're glad you didn't get the "Desire"! :D

    Sorry - I have no idea.
     
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    Too funny...:D
     
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    LOL at this thread.

    It's probably a notification for something.
     
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    Yeah, I found it. Notification ringtone.

    Thanks,
     
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    It's your phone trying to transform...

    :p
     
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    Sounds like a pokemon to me.
     
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    Check the notification bar -- that's what it's for. ;)
     
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    As soon as I opened this thread I was thinking "sooner or later that thing is gonna go all autobot on you". lol
     
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    As others have said it is the phone notifying you about something. The Droid sound is the default for all notifications, I think (don't quote me on that). I know that it was so on my droid. Most programs that include notifications have the ability to have a sound attached to them, either from the system library or from an outside source either imported or created by you. Personally I went through most of my programs that have notifications and assigned each program (and in some cases each account), different sounds. It took a while to remember which was which, but now when a specific sound rings, I know which program and/or account it is and whether i want to check it right away or not.
     

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