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Turn off notification for battery fully charged

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28th July 2014, 12:19 AM   |  #1  
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I noticed on my Verizon G3 the other night that after the battery reaches 100% that the phone then continues to notify you with a vibration and a tone about every 10 seconds.. very annoying. Clearing the notification does not make it go away.. the only thing you can do is unplug. This is very annoying especially if you're like me and leave your phone charging all night long. It also turns the screen on for a few seconds every time the notification goes off.

I checked my wife's Sprint model and noticed she doesn't have this problem. Anyone else notice this and what model do you have? ...and have you found a solution?

For now I've been keeping my phone in a drawer so it doesn't wake me but Im thinking about putting it on an outlet with a timer.. Im assuming because this is not an AMOLED screen that we do not have to worry about screen burn in? or do we?

I've submitted a request to @P_Toti to hopefully get a mod to disable this using the G3 TweaksBox app.
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28th July 2014, 12:52 AM   |  #2  
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My T-Mobile D851 does the same crap. So annoying.
28th July 2014, 01:38 AM   |  #3  
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Weird. My T-Mobile version doesn't do that.
28th July 2014, 03:22 AM   |  #4  
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That is strange.

If it helps.. I'm completely stock except for root and Xposed used to change the battery icon, alarm icon removed and I'm using a custom nav bar theme (Android L softkeys)
28th July 2014, 03:25 AM   |  #5  
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I'm completely stock.
28th July 2014, 12:35 PM   |  #6  
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Does it still do,it if the phone is on silent?
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You can download Light Manager and turn it off.
28th July 2014, 02:23 PM   |  #8  
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Does it quiet mode, yes.
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Originally Posted by iazybandit

You can download Light Manager and turn it off.

Light Manager is for the notification light. Whats happening is the phone vibrates, makes a tone, and turns the screen on every 10 seconds or so.

I noticed last night that it does eventually stop notifying after a while.. I think. I plugged in around 11pm.. some time around 4am it woke me up, I continued to monitor the notification trigger every ~10 seconds for about an hour.. I finally put it in the drawer so I can get some sleep.. when I woke up around 9am I noticed it was no longer notifying me every ~10 seconds that the battery was charged. So I'm not sure what's going on. I have my Verizon model and my wife's Sprint model (which doesn't have this problem) both using the same type of usb cable, charger and wall outlet so I know its not a low power issue coming from the charger.
29th July 2014, 07:14 PM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by Cyber Warrior

Light Manager is for the notification light. Whats happening is the phone vibrates, makes a tone, and turns the screen on every 10 seconds or so.

I noticed last night that it does eventually stop notifying after a while.. I think. I plugged in around 11pm.. some time around 4am it woke me up, I continued to monitor the notification trigger every ~10 seconds for about an hour.. I finally put it in the drawer so I can get some sleep.. when I woke up around 9am I noticed it was no longer notifying me every ~10 seconds that the battery was charged. So I'm not sure what's going on. I have my Verizon model and my wife's Sprint model (which doesn't have this problem) both using the same type of usb cable, charger and wall outlet so I know its not a low power issue coming from the charger.

My guess for the multiple notifications - it charges to full, vibrates and beeps to let you know the battery is full, which lowers the battery just a tad...and it recharges 10 seconds later, once again vibrating and beeping, which again lowers the battery...lather, rinse, repeat.

My G3 does it as well - irritating as hell. Even in silent mode it briefly turns on the screen when it reaches fully charged. I woke up last night to find my G3 turning on and off in a 2-second loop. The screen was like a slow-motion strobe light.

I hope someone finds a way to turn off the stupid battery charged notifications...

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