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Support Stopping the fully charged sound

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MagicMarker, May 6, 2011.

  1. MagicMarker

    MagicMarker Well-Known Member
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    Hi all, how do you stop the phone making the sound when it is fully charged? Usually this is 3 in the morning and it wakes me up!

    I still want to hear texts and calls though.
     

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  2. dinqado

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    There is lot off apps. se youtube.com

    i am using Silent Time Lite



    sorry 4 my bad english
     
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  3. MagicMarker

    MagicMarker Well-Known Member
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    Gee thanks! Another great app.
     
  4. Boseley

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    Hi all,
    If like me, you were searching endlessly for a definite solution, here is one you could consider:

    - Have a rooted phone/Root your phone
    - Download "root explorer" or any file explorer that allows you to search and edit system files (i know it is like
     
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  5. GalaxyS2

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    Tasker seems to be a good app that can sort this out for you, it is about £4 but should do the job perfectly. I think there is a link in the tips section on how to do it.
     
  6. Boseley

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    Hi,
    I agree that Tasker can do the job, i have Tasker as well, but to be honest, it is equally as confusing as rooting the phone! And on top of that, between 99% and 100% of charge, your phone is put on silent, no brilliant in the case of an emergency.

    You may as well just put the phone on silent, also i am unsure as to whether that would also mean that even in mid day when charging that your phone would go on silent between 99% and 100%, it just is not practical to me. Other people dont really mind.
    Kind Regards,
    Boseley
     

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