How to enable or disable Built-in cooling fan noise and LED icon on Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Why buy Galaxy Note 10

The new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus one of the best Android phones right now if you don’t mind the price. The devices come with mind-boggling specs and features (or not) and will soon get an update to Android 10 too, even though they have got some problems of their own. They also come with 12W and 15W wireless fast charging support, respectively, meaning you can wirelessly charge your Note 10 device almost as fast as last year’s wired charger.

Considering most wireless chargers operate at a maximum of 7.5W, developing and deploying a 15W charger is nothing short of insane. To achieve such ludicrous speeds, Samsung has developed a wireless charger with active cooling.

The cooling fan is undoubtedly useful, but it can feel a bit intrusive to some users, who like their nights to be nice and quiet. If you happen to be one of those people, Samsung has generously offered a solution to get rid of this “problem.”

Here’s how to turn off your wireless charger’s fan and reduce light from LEDs:

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Search for ‘Fast wireless charging.’

Step 3: Tap on the search result.

Step 4: Toggle Off Fast Wireless charging to keep it quiet permanently.

Or, Toggle On ‘Turn of as scheduled‘ to set a definite ‘quiet time.’ After your quiet time runs out, the Note 10 will notify the wireless charger to turn on its cooling fan.


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  1. Disable LED??

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