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2017-02-14 01:51 PM
Hello everyone, got some information for you guys!
A low battery notification is displayed when the battery level decreases to 30% of its capacity. If the battery level continues to drop, a second notification is displayed when it reaches 15%.
If the Notification sound is set as None, the sound will be disabled for the first low battery notification (30%) but not for the second (15%). If the device is muted the notification sound is disabled at both battery levels.
How to set the Notification sound to None
2017-02-17 11:40 PM
2017-02-18 10:59 AM
2017-02-20 10:18 AM
I'll test out the behaviour in STAMINA mode and report back, give me a short while - I'll be right back! @trashcan
2017-02-20 12:30 PM
While in STAMINA I did not receive a notification at 30%, so I would say that it's expected behaviour in this case.
2017-03-14 11:30 PM
2017-03-19 08:01 PM
I agree on this! The low battery sound at 30% is insanly loud and completely unnecesary as there is an battery indicator on the top of the screen at all time. Wakes up the whole building in the middle of the night! I tried to turn of the notification sound, but then I don't get sound when I get sms or mms. Idiotic! Fix this!
2017-03-19 10:37 PM
as far as i know, all android devices doesnt allow changing of low battery notification. not sure though
2017-03-20 12:52 PM
I understand your concern regarding the feature, and please rest assured that I will forward it internally on your behalf as user feedback.
I'm afraid that I can only refer to my workarounds in my previous post, but I understand that it may be inconvenient for some users as it may have an impact on normal notifications.