Droid Razr keeps repeating "Droid" with no notification

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    A few weeks ago my Droid Razr randomly started saying "Droid" and there was no new notification. I took my phone in to my local store & they told me it was a setting with one of my installed apps & the only way to fix it would be to remove allinstalled apps and start over or I could do a hard reset, which would remove everything from my phone. I have removed all the installed apps & it still says it. I have checked and rechecked all my settings. I am clueless and ready to get a different phone. I have to turn my notifications to silent in order to prevent the repetitive sound of "Droid". So, now the only way to know if I have an email or text is to look at my phone. Can anyone help!??
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    Is it doing it when your phone is charging perhaps?

    System setting, sound, scroll down to battery full notification.

    If not.. a factory data reset may be the quickest way of resolving this :)

    Also, welcome to the droid forums :) glad you chose to come hang out with us. :thumbup:
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    Clear your cache and see if that helps. If that does not help, do a factory reset. You've already removed your apps so this isn't too big as a next step.
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    It isn't charging when the "Droid" sounds, and I have already unchecked battery full notification. Not sure how to clear the cache. Thanks for the welcome! Lots of good information to be found here.
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    I knew there was something that bugging me. If your phone is plugged in and charging and pops the fully charged flag, the notification will sound with no visible changes to your notifications.
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    I figured out how to clear the cache. We'll see if that works. Thanks for the input!!
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    I've noticed that happening the last few days. It doesn't do it constantly but once in a while I'll hear the "DROID!" Sound and nothing comes up.
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    Why don't you just factory reset your phone and your problem is solved. Make sure and backup your contacts and installing apps is easy specially thru wifi.
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    I really dislike solutions that involve factory resets. Am I the only one who finds it very frustrating to start all over with my phone? So many people are quick to suggest that as a solution.
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    The thing is. You already tried everything else and its always good to factory reset once in a blue moon.


    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
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    I do it weekly to get of those apps that i hardly ever use

    Sent from my DROID2 using Xparent Blue Tapatalk 2
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    I was having the same problem on my Razr and could not figure out what was causing it. I recently upgraded to the Razr HD and it started with the same problem. I have a question for you. Do you have the Yahoo Mail app installed on your phone? I believe there is a problem with this app. I just happened onto this by accident, but I was on my computer looking at my yahoo mail and received an email and the phone dinged with no notification. I deleted this app and installed yahoo mail through accounts on the phone and the problem went away.
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    Razr maxx radomly saying "Droid"

    I removed notifications for email app, and so far so good. Appears my yahoo email account will no longer login with credentials. Pop-up states I'm using invalid credentials even though I confirmed username/password. Also, it won't let me remove the yahoo account (same reason).
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