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How to disable low battery sound notification

Apprentice
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How to disable low battery sound notification

As stated, when the phone reachs low battery (30%), it sounds off loudy. 

Anyway to disable it?

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Moderator
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

@Cerru Go into settings - battery, select stamina mode, tap on the cogwheel and change the battery percentage it kicks in.



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Commissioner
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

@Cerro,your XZ low battery juice sounds at 30 %? Is it normal? Mind sounds s at 15%and pleased with such warning as it prepares me how much longer do I isebefore I recharge it.
BTW.. Does any body knows if it's perfecty acceptable to have around 2-5% battery juice left before recharging?. My usage habit enables me to get 14 hours of continuous use before I plug it to the AC out let.
Apprentice
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

All that does is giving me the option to choose at which percentage does the notification kicks in.

 

It does not disable the battery sound notification though.

Moderator
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

Strange, low battery notification should be at 15% only if I remember correctly. 

 

EDIT: Will try to get more info on this, now I am confused if the percentage is 15% or 30%.



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Commissioner
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

It's at 15% and again at 5%.
Xzs
Adviser
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

Mine is set at 15%, but it still sounds at 30 and asks if i want to view battery usage.. Wouldnt it be better (save more power) if the phone is quiet so that i dont pick it up and wakes it to check what the sound was about?
Moderator
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

It seems that the battery warning should come up at 30% and it can't be disabled.



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Commissioner
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

Mine comes on at 15% and then once more at 5%, never at 30%.
Sony Xperia Support
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Re: How to disable low battery sound notification

Hey @Cerru, what you're experiencing is not related to STAMINA but is a system notification. To my knowledge, the only way to make it not emit a sound is by setting you device to either silent or vibration mode.

Regarding at which battery levels the warning comes I'm afraid that I do not have any specifications, other than personal experience at 30% as well as 15%, but I will request that information internally and I'll write here once I know more! Slightly smiling Face


Official Sony Xperia Support Staff


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