How to Disable Low Battery Warning in Android Phones

Android Phones generally don’t offer much battery life since the touchscreen, apps & processor consume a lot of battery. Due to this whenever the battery life drops below a certain level, a notification keeps appearing along with a beep as an indicator of low battery and certain features in the phone including the camera stop working. However if you are tired of the constantly annoying low battery warning beep sound in your Android phone & want to disable it altogether, here is a simple tutorial you need to follow in order to do that.

1. Download and install the free Sound Manager app from the Android Market via this link.

2. Once installed on your Android phone, launch the app.

3. The main menu with options to increase or decrease various sounds will appear.

4. Look up the System Volume (first on the list) and turn it down to zero.

Bingo! You will no longer be disturbed by the annoying low battery warning. Thankfully, changing the system volume using the app doesn’t affect other sounds like ringtones, emails etc. so you don’t need to be worried about that.

How to Make the Camera Work During Low Battery?

As we know when the battery reaches below a certain level, many features in Android phones which consume a lot of battery such as the Camera stop working. However if you want your camera to work in spite of low battery, you can download and install the Low Battery Camera app from the Android market which will allow you to use the camera and take photos even in low battery conditions.

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2 thoughts on “How to Disable Low Battery Warning in Android Phones

  • August 31, 2012 at 3:34 pm
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    Tried this advice and turned down the system volume to silent but it doesn’t work (and I can do that within the sound settings anyway without downloading the app). It’s turning notification volume down to silent that means you can’t hear the low battery warning, but then you don’t get sounds for texts and other notfications either. Very annoying!

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  • July 25, 2012 at 9:29 am
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    Does this prevent the screen from turning on when the battery is dying? Since I have my screen shutoff set for 5 minutes the real problem is the screen turning on and then not turning off for so long.

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