how to silence notification sounds

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  1. cauldeb

    cauldeb New Member

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    I do not want any sounds when notifications come through. How do I silence it? In settings the only options I have for notifications are different ringtones. I want silence on notifications but I do want the phone to ring with incoming phone calls. thanks.
     
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    On the D1 the very first ringtone is silent. Scroll up and see if its the same on yours. Not sure why it would be different.

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    Nope, on my X there is not silent option. All noise.
     
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    as stated "silence" is the first on the list of sounds. you can set the default phone notification in the sound settings. also make sure to set your messaging and email notifications to silent. those settings are located in the corresponding apps.

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    Nope, no silence option on my X. the only way I can turn off the notification sound is to silence the whole phone. Must be a way and i am missing it.
     
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    Have you tried Ringo?

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    Settings > Sound > Volume > Uncheck incoming call volume for notifications

    Then change the volume for notifications. I have yet to try this, but I think it should work.

    You can still change the notification for texts, emails, etc, in their respective apps, but I think this will take care of all of them at once.
     
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    You must set each app individually. Email, text msgng. Its a pain but that's what you have to do.

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    Thanks, 1963. I didn't even know I could do each one separately. Done!!!
     
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