"Acoustic Warning" process. Anyone know what it is?
Monday 07th of January 2013
Since "upgrading to Jelly Bean I have noticed a process in running apps called "acoustic warning". Never seen it before (while on ICS) and not sure what it is for. Anyone else have it running too and know what it is?Here are some screenshots of the process:Thanks,David
What are all these "Running" apps and where did they come from?
Tuesday 30th of April 2013
If I check "Apps-Running", I see a list of apps that I have no idea what they are, what they do, or where they came from. Examples: Acoustic Warning, Audio Effects, Google Services, QuickView, Sync Service...to name just a few. How can I find out what each of the "running" apps is/does and why it shows up as "running"?
Monday 11th of March 2013
Does anyone know how to get rid of this new acoustic warning app that came with JB without being rooted? When I go to the app "disable" is blacked out and won't let me click on it?
Monday 08th of October 2012
New to android and my Razr-M is currently running these appsAre they all necessary, can they be shut off? I don't have any sync or backup set up so do I need those runningsmart action I just set up for night servicemissed call reminder I installed for an audio repeating alert for missed call/text etc.what is acoustic warning?and some of the other runnings apps for??list of running appssettingsmissed call remindercom.android.qualcomSmartcardServiceAcoustic WarningCirclesFilesGoogle ServicesCameraQucik ViewSmart ActionsSuggestions Poll SchedulBackup Assistant +Sync ServiceMotorola Input
Any way to disable Acoustic Warning without Root?
Sunday 24th of March 2013
For some reason my phone won't root even with the new "razrblade" exploit. I wanted to root only to freeze the acoustic warning app so it never starts up. That was my only reason.Is there a way to disable it without root?
"Acoustic Warning" process. Anyone know what it is? - Page 2
Thursday 14th of March 2013
I believe it does more than just warn you. If for example you have your volume up to the max before you first start a song or some other sound file, this app will automatically reduce the volume to a lower level to "protect" your ears. At least this what it did for me one time. So .... well...that's that!