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Default Notification sound after call.

Everytime I end a call my phone makes a notification sound. Any idea what this is for and how do disable it?

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Go into call settings and there is a prompt that allows you to turn it off on

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I turned off the end call notification and still get it.

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So I've figured out when the noise happens, but can't figure out how to turn it off. It happens everytime I connect too lte.

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Is it a sound or vibrate? I see an option for vibrating

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It's a sound and its quite annoying.

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117 views and no one else has experienced this. I've come to the conclusion that it has something to do with lte, but can't figure out how to disable. I can't be the only one.

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Not sure, I've had two S5's now and neither did this.

It's possible some random setting that carried over for most of us etc.

I know the first S5 when it restored my old phone settings the screen timeout was set for 45 seconds for example, well that's not a valid option so it made the menu look funky lol. The second one it didn't do that as I had changed to 30 seconds before exchanging again.

I imagine something similar, some setting carried over to disable the sound and we just dunno which/where.

I did a lot of traveling yesterday and bounced on and off 3G and 4G and no data many times, no sounds.

Maybe it's the roaming guards too glitching? I do disable those too.
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Thought I disabled the roaming guard but will check again. It wouldn't bother me as much if it wasn't so damn loud.

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I feel like an idiot. It was signal check pro. It never did it on my g2 or my tablet, but for some reason it was on by default on my s5.

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