Battery full notification..

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    This keeps waking me up every night. Its the notification that lets you know the battery has fully charged. Is there a way to turn this off?
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    I'm sure there's got to be a way... that being said, mine has never notified it's fully charged. go figure...
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    I have gone through almost every menu i can think of and cannot find the darn option to turn it off :(
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    Go into Settings>Sounds> at the very bottom of the list is the battery full notification
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    Checked and did not see the option there.

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    I just put my phone in silent mode and I don't think it even vibrates.
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    That makes 2 of us, I didn't see that setting either.
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    I use sound manager and it silences the notifications at night...turns them back on in morning.

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    I don't get these notifications, but I use a car charger most of the time.
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    The car charger never seems to finish the trickle charge.

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    The Settings>Sounds option is there. It just doesn't work. In the first 6 months of owning the Droid 2, this never happened.
    Someone mentioned Sound Manager above. Is that an app or a Settings feature?
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    Don't know what phone/system you have, but there is no "battery notification" option on the stock Samsung Charge (at least not under Settings> Sound Settings). However, I have noticed that if you go to Sound Settings, you can silence the "Notifications." This will obviously silence all your other notifications too, but the ringer will still be available.

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    Thanks

    Thanks.
    I think that will silence my notification tone.
    But the problem is a lady in the middle of the night announcing "Your battery is full. Please unplug your phone." Very annoying. Have to have a good heart not to jump at that.
    I'm pretty sure now that it is the app for battery saver.
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    Seriously...you have a womans voice say that? That would definitely be annoying. The only sound I have when the battery is charged is my selected notification sound (which is "DROID"). Maybe there is a way to change the option to not hear the womans voice, but another sound...like "silence?"

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    I know a way to turn it off- turn off your phone and get an alarm clock

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