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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by baddubbin, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. baddubbin

    baddubbin Well-Known Member
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    Is there anyway to stop the phone from playing the default notification when you plug it in the to power adapter?
     

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  2. Adrift

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    Can't remember exactly how.. I just use a 3rd party app like Tonepicker to adjust my volumes.
     
  3. maxdamage2122

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    Do you mena when you plug it into a computer with the data cable? IF so Enter text here.go to menu > settings > sound & display > sd card notifications.
     
  4. baddubbin

    baddubbin Well-Known Member
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    No, when I plug the wall power adapter in to charge it over night it plays the default notification.
     
  5. satinkzo

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    Do you mean the big battery on the screen? I just turn the screen off.
     
  6. flyjbaker

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    He means the noise. The notification "ringtone" plays ANYTIME a notification pops up in the status bar. One of those notifications happens to be when you plug the phone into the AC wall outlet....or the computer/USB.
     
  7. satinkzo

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    laff, man, I read that wrong.
     
  8. flyjbaker

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    hahahaha!!!
     
  9. chixdigit

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    Hi, I'm new to this forum, and I hope to be able to be of help as much as I ask for help.
    Regarding this post: I usually plug my phone into the charger later at night- when my wife is asleep, and everytime I plug it in, it makes that annoying "notification chime"- waking her up...
    I've looked all over in the settings, and I can't find any obvious areas where this can be turned off.
    Anyone else bugged by this?
    Anyone else know how to turn it off- besides turning the phone to "silence all" before I plug it in to charge?
    Thanks.
     
  10. baddubbin

    baddubbin Well-Known Member
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    pretty much my exact same issue... so far i just turn the volume off, plug it in, turn the volume back up... wish it could just be disabled but havent found anything yet
     
  11. maxdamage2122

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    No idea what you guys are talking about. When I plug my wall charger into the phone it doesn't receive any notification or play any sound.
     
  12. Weeton

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    this is the notifications ringtone that you are talking about.
    Settings -> Sound & Display -> notification ringtone.

    If you want to differentiate the notification tone from your sms tones, get a 3rd party app like handcent or chompsms. that'll allow you set sms tones, and then the phone will use the system notification tones for everything else.

    if you aren't getting a tone, you might have the tones disabled under sound & display...or your sound is off.
     
  13. tangonerd

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    I have the same problem at work whenever I plug in the charger in my cubicle. It also notifies the entire workplace twice whenever I slide the keyboard out with the charger plugged in, I suppose because the keyboard jiggles the connection. That is really the only notification I want to silence. I'm happy to hear the others.
     

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