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I plug in the phone for recharging and it beeps in loud annoying sound

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Yeah you can plug it in all the way but you might have the minute beep option which is selfexplanatory. But disable that and it should stop otherwise it is just the charger

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Make sure your plug in is all the way inserted into your phone. If it is not completely in your plug-in, then it will make a beeping noise as it connects and disconnects from your phone. ALSO just common sense here, make sure its not just messages coming through.

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