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    Loss of service announcement

    How do I turn off the "loss of service" announcement? It doesn't happen that often, but in the middle of the night, its more than annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coderx190 View Post
    How do I turn off the "loss of service" announcement? ...
    Under "Settings", hit "sound", then scroll down to "Network lost tone" and disable it.
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    I think if you put it in airplane mode that would accomplish the same thing too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenagainster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Coderx190 View Post
    How do I turn off the "loss of service" announcement? ...
    Under "Settings", hit "sound", then scroll down to "Network lost tone" and disable it.
    This doesn't work on my droid x.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    I think if you put it in airplane mode that would accomplish the same thing too.
    This makes the phone not usable until you take it out of airplane mode. This is a workaround for disabling a "feature" the user should have control over but doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenagainster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Coderx190 View Post
    How do I turn off the "loss of service" announcement? ...
    Under "Settings", hit "sound", then scroll down to "Network lost tone" and disable it.
    that's how I thought it would be disabled but it doesn't work for me either, which makes me wonder what that option really accomplishes, if anything at all.
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    Try to disable Roaming tone.

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