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  1. Jay Evans's Avatar
    There must be some subtle difference in how chargers work.
    I am discovering that that maybe the case. I have a wireless back for an S4. I bought a cheap pad charger off Ebay. It charged fine, but when it reached 100% the phone would ding like it did when you placed it on the charger. Then it would drop a % and start charging again which caused a ding. Stop... Ding.... Start... Ding and on and on and on. Unusable as a night charger.

    I just got that Verizon charger and I tested it with the S4 and it only dings when it is placed on the charger. Totally different behavior and the only difference is the charger.

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    11-09-2014 09:43 AM
  2. leolson's Avatar
    I figured out an easy way to disable this notification on my Droid Turbo 2. All you have to do is go into your Apps list, show the system apps, find the "Inductive Charger" app, and DISABLE it. Inductive charging still works just fine, but no more annoying pop-up.
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