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By hshah, Senior Member on 21st August 2014, 03:36 AM
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Since yesterday, putting my phone into charge triggers the "over the horizon" (Samsung tune) to play in the background. Multiple restarts later it stops, but the question is what is causing it?

I even tried deleting the file for it, but it still plays, and the only way to stop it is put the phone into silent mode.
 
 
21st August 2014, 09:22 AM |#2  
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Since yesterday, putting my phone into charge triggers the "over the horizon" (Samsung tune) to play in the background. Multiple restarts later it stops, but the question is what is causing it?

I even tried deleting the file for it, but it still plays, and the only way to stop it is put the phone into silent mode.

Okay, a couple questions:

Is your phone rooted? If yes, have you messed with any of the sounds in the system? I was able to duplicate your problem by navigating to the /system/media/ui folder and copying one of the ringtones into the folder and naming it to 'Charger_Connection.ogg'. It sounds to me like that file somehow got changed to another one in your phone. I can help you as soon as I find out more about your situation.
21st August 2014, 05:40 PM |#3  
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Okay, a couple questions:

Is your phone rooted? If yes, have you messed with any of the sounds in the system? I was able to duplicate your problem by navigating to the /system/media/ui folder and copying one of the ringtones into the folder and naming it to 'Charger_Connection.ogg'. It sounds to me like that file somehow got changed to another one in your phone. I can help you as soon as I find out more about your situation.

I am rooted and I have deleted some sounds from the UI folder. In order to try and fix the issue I deleted the file you mentioned but that didn't solve it. Can you upload the file I need to put into that folder please?
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I am rooted and I have deleted some sounds from the UI folder. In order to try and fix the issue I deleted the file you mentioned but that didn't solve it. Can you upload the file I need to put into that folder please?

Here is the file: https://www.mediafire.com/?r94g12mly53rflk. Place in the /system/media/audio/ui directory then reboot and you should be good
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Here is the file: https://www.mediafire.com/?r94g12mly53rflk. Place in the /system/media/audio/ui directory then reboot and you should be good

It is still doing it
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It is still doing it

Are you on a stock ROM
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Flash a new fresh Rom and NO DELETE samsung sounds lol
23rd August 2014, 02:43 PM |#8  
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Flash a new fresh Rom and NO DELETE samsung sounds lol

I am using a custom ROM (X-Note) and have had this version flashed for quite a few weeks. I delete Samsung sounds when I flash a new ROM, so nothing had changed on the Wednesday this started.
23rd August 2014, 02:50 PM |#9  
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Do you have GRAVITYBOX installed?

It is a bug and you should uptade this module to the last version to fix it.
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Do you have GRAVITYBOX installed?

It is a bug and you should uptade this module to the last version to fix it.

I do and am running the latest stable version (3.3.2)
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I do and am running the latest stable version (3.3.2)

Uninstall it to see if it happens again.

---------- Post added at 03:46 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:57 PM ----------

If you don't believe me go the gravity box thread and see
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=54925444

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