How do i make noise stop when i plug it in

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  1. me me me

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    Whenever I charge it it makes noise
     
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    Can you explain a bit more? What kind of noise is it? Does it happen now and again or constantly?


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    If you mean the sound when you plug in the charger then just click the mute sounds button.
     
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    skimonkey Administrator Staff Member

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    Moving this out of the POLL section and into the Help Section where if best fits and will gain more attention.

    Thank you.
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    Unfortunately, that is what is going to happen when you plug in your iPad. Unless you jail break so you can remove that sound file, it will make that noise when it's plugged in. Sorry.

    Marilyn
     
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    It is easy to mute all system sounds. However there is no button to mute only the plugged-in sounds. For example, there is a button for muting keyboards clicks and another button for muting locking/unlocking sounds. If you wanted to mute the sounds when plugging in, you would have to mute all system sounds. Although you should be able to listen to music and watch videos, I have noticed that when I watch some youtube videos with the sound muted, I cannot hear them. This isn't like this for all youtube videos, but for some it happens. If you watch lots of youtube videos, I wouldn't recommend muting it, and just getting used to the sound. If you don't watch youtube videos and do not use the sound a lot, it would be better for you to mute it. Once again, it depends in you.

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    I like that sound. It tells me that it's connected and ready to charge.
     
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    i just bought itunes card today december 16 and im having touble buying apps and i forgotten my secuity question may people help me.
     
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    You need to contact iTunes Store support via email. Your iTunes should link you to the correct one for your region.
     

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