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As per advice from Narayanan, I replaced /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg with another .ogg file. The next time it was triggered, the new file played. I then tried placing an empty file at /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg, but this did not work. Finally, I downloaded a slient .ogg from here, placing it at /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg. ...


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Well, I am not going to take credit of this answer, I just googled out the answer of this question. Head over to the /system/media/audio/ui it will have LowBattery.ogg file rename it to something different like LowBattery.ogg.bak or something else. It will not bother you. PS: You need to be a rooted user to do that and yes removing the LowBattery.ogg try ...


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I see Sparhawk wants to disable the warning sound alone and not the popup. I stumbled on an xposed module which will disable both. I just keep this posted just in case if Sparhawk wants to slightly compromise on the requirement and also probably will help others who read this post. Text from the post: Disable the Low Battery Alert with Xposed POSTED ...



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