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    Default Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Seems like all of a sudden my G2 is giving a notification when the battery is fully charged. I don't want it to do that.

    How do I turn it off?

    Thanks.


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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    You mean the blue battery icon on the left hand side?
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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Mine has always done this since day one. While I would love also to find a way to turn it off, I have my G2 set (via Profile Scheduler+ app) to not make notification sounds at night. And/or I am a heavy sleeper and haven't noticed...
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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    You can disable the fully charged notification if the phone is rooted.

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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Quote Originally Posted by RobotHeaven View Post
    You mean the blue battery icon on the left hand side?
    No. I mean the phone vibrates when the battery is fully charged. I don't want it to do that. I don't need to be notified when the battery is full.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbudaj View Post
    No. I mean the phone vibrates when the battery is fully charged. I don't want it to do that. I don't need to be notified when the battery is full.
    Oh i don't know, but i assume you can switch it off because my phone doesn't vibrate the moment it's fully charged, but it does make a sound.
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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Quote Originally Posted by sbudaj View Post
    No. I mean the phone vibrates when the battery is fully charged. I don't want it to do that. I don't need to be notified when the battery is full.
    <sarcasm>
    What? You overzealous energy consumer! I bet you drive a gas guzzler too! Haven't you read the message that comes along with that notification? It says "To save energy unplug your phone." Why don't you want to save energy?
    </sarcasm>

    Really? Is that why they HAVE to notify you that the battery is fully charged? I bet I could leave my phone plugged in for a year and it would use less energy than a light bulb does in 5 minutes... I agree, let me turn the notification off.



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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    I don't get that bit about saving energy either. When lithium ion batteries are fully charged the current automatically switches off at the charger so there is no power being used. *confused*
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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    I actually like it to notify me 😊

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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Quote Originally Posted by gummyjelly View Post
    I actually like it to notify me 😊

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    So we have you to blame for giving LG that requirement? ;-)

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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Has anyone found a way to turn off this notification? Thanks.
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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Has anyone found a solution to this? I have a G3 and I have tried every setting in the damn phone and I simply cannot get it to stop beeping every couple of minutes when its charged. A tasker profile to turn off every conceivable sound setting doesn't work either. Does this make any sense? Don't most people charge phones at night? Do they want the phone to beep? Here's the strange part. We have 4 G3s in the family. Two of them beep when charged and 2 of them don't. What is going on?
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    root > Xposed > g2 tweaksbox > notification tweaks.

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    Default Re: Is there a way to turn off battery fully charged notification?

    Has anyone found an answer to this (without rooting phone)?

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