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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by johndobrick, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. johndobrick

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    My Android will not stop "chirping" it is the ringer volume...i have tried taking the battery out but it starts chirping again. I have tried to put it on vibrate mode...but in seconds it automatically goes back to full volume and chirping...any ideas?
     

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    What device?

    Do you mean it just chirps unconditionally or does it chirp when you are being notified of something?
     
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    Unconditionally. It will not stop chirping...there is no rhyme or reason to why it is chirping.

    Here is appears to be happening: If you were in "vibrate mode" and you wanted some kind of ringer volume you would simply use the increase/decrease volume button; with each "tap" to increase the volume it make a "ping" sound. The problem is it is not stopping...as I have typed this it has chirped or pinged 50-60 times.

    I am using the "one-piece" droid touch screen...no seperate keyboard.
     
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    Yikes. Sounds annoying as you know what to put it mildly.

    I can't think of a helpful suggestion, except to visit a store and see if they can help. Hopefully someone can actually help you.
     
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    I've got a Galaxy S 4g. It has something called haptic sounds feedback. It says vibrate when pressing softkeys and on certain UI interactions. There's quite a few other settings under sounds. Did you turn those settings off?
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