notification ring

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    anybody know how to cut the notification ring off when plugging or unplugging your phone
     
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    mine only goes off when I plug into the computer
     
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    thats how I charge my phone at work though so its real annoying in my little cubicle farm
     
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    There is a setting for that I am trying to find it cause I did it on mine. One sec
     
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    Under sound settings uncheck sd card notifications.
     
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    tried that but it didnt fix it, any other ideas? tried rebooting thinking that might make it go into effect but no suck luck
     
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    Hmmm no, that is what worked for me. You could put silent mode on before you plug it in. Kinda pain but should work.