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is there a solution to disable the wireless charging sound?

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By tracerit, Senior Member on 22nd January 2014, 09:25 AM
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it's quite loud when you're setting it down at night after a brief check. seems to be louder than the other volumes for some reason too.
 
 
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Yes but you need root. And the modification would mean no OTA updates too.

Oddly with this particular sound, you cannot even delete it. You must replace it with a "silent" .ogg file. It cannot even be a text file renamed .ogg either. It must be a genuine ogg file, with no audio in it.

Then you have to put that in /system/media/audio/ui and it must be called WirelessChargingStarted.ogg

There MAY be an xposed module to do it too. I dont know it though.

edit> Here's my silent ogg that I use

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...ingStarted.ogg
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Yes but you need root. And the modification would mean no OTA updates too.

Oddly with this particular sound, you cannot even delete it. You must replace it with a "silent" .ogg file. It cannot even be a text file renamed .ogg either. It must be a genuine ogg file, with no audio in it.

Then you have to put that in /system/media/audio/ui and it must be called WirelessChargingStarted.ogg

There MAY be an xposed module to do it too. I dont know it though.

edit> Here's my silent ogg that I use

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...ingStarted.ogg

Thanks so much for the solution. One thing I had to do when using your ogg was to change permissions to -rw -r -r. If the permissions were not correct it was playing the default notification sound even though I had your file in place.

I can now charge my phone at night without worrying about waking the wife
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I remember there is some xposed module for the same.. Check that if you are rooted...
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1st February 2014, 08:21 AM |#5  
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I can't seem to find the system folder from the android file transfer app. Do I need another program to find this file? I'm on a mac.
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Gravitybox module

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Oh should have figured. So no way to disable this without rooting the phone?
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2587431

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