Does anybody know how to turn off the alert that says out loud 'loss of service'. i don't really get too much service in my house and it gets real anyoying hearing it all the time. plz somebody HELP me!
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Batteries don’t last longer than a few days. But to be fair to the battery designers we have to admit that nowadays’ smartphones require much more energy than phones 10 years ago. We can’t really compare them but what we can do is use them with more care. Here are a few good tips how to go about it:
1. Turn off your Bluetooth – I find Bluetooth to be the most power hungry application; turn it off when you don’t use it
2. Disable sounds and vibrating alert – you don’t really need keypad tones to be on, do you? What about vibrating? It is surely useful on the meetings or in a cinema but most of time you’ll do just fine without it; I usually set up a vibrating profile to be used in places like cinema or theatre and in all other profiles I have vibrating turned off
3. Brightness – lower the brightness of your screen; not too low, otherwise you’ll destroy your vision
4. Setting the Power saver time-out and the Light time-out to the low values will help too (you’ll find them in the display settings)
5. If you are not using an application switch it off – you’ll get a list of all active applications by long pressing the menu button; this is a general rule that can be applied to any device
6. Games – it’s fun to play games on your way to school but they are power-hungry beasts; I can’t tell you not to play games but think about your battery when you are playing
7. Turn off your phone when you don’t use it – I know that for many of you this is not an option and I’m not sure if turning it off and on is even good for your battery but I heard this tip from so many people that I just had to mention it
How toDeactivate 58888 alerts (Bollywood Diva Subscription)
This articleis not relevant/important for most countries (not important for people who liveoutside India), but I write this tips particularly for Indians since I’ve comeacross more than 10,000 complaints on the online complaints forum which I can’tanswer all of them one by one. I hope this will help thousands of people savingtheir time and money. Many people are wasting their money without even knowingwhat is going on and don’t even know the importance of the information/messagesbeing sent to them. With this Bollywood Diva sms from 58888, all those subscriberswho don’t like Bollywood alerts are wasting 30 bugs or 10 bugs every month. Iunderstand that most of the customers subscribed by mistake or without knowingit’s importance, but most services providers (network operators) never givepositive reply to the customers and they are just deducting the subscriptionamount from the subscribers. I am not trying to do anything intentionally, butonly to help the people who are unable to unsubscribe from this alert. There aretwo ways with which we can Unsubscribe Alerts from 58888,
Send Text Message (SMS) to 58888 with the text HOT STOP, eg. Open write new message and type HOT STOP and send it to 58888. You will receive a message that your subscription has been deactivated.
Type *123*100# on the main screen, this will instantly unsubscribe from the alerts, but this might not work with some networks, so I recommend the first one.
If anyonehas more solutions, do let me know through comments. If anyone finds difficultywith this tips, please leave a comment with the problem. Good luck to you all.
Don't know why you would still be getting the email alert signal if you have discontinued the service. There shouldn't be anything coming into your phone to activate the signal. In any case, if you go to your setup menu, there should be a section to enable/disable or turn off this alert. It may be under "web services" if your phone has that section. Sometimes you have to look in "Initial Setup". Hope this helps. Please rate as helpful if it does help. Thanks.
hi there , you have to enter settings , tone settings, then you select loud , then select loud details , you can change the message tone , the alert tones , the ring tones from there.hope this helps.. Simon
You can change the settings of the selected active profile.
Select Menu > Settings > Tones > Incoming call alert, Ringing tone,
Ringing volume, Vibrating alert, Push to talk settings, Message alert
tone, Instant msg. alert tone, Keypad tones, or Warning tones. You can
find the same settings in the Profiles menu.