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Turn OFF Keyboard Sounds On Google Pixel And Pixel XL

If you have just purchased the new Google Pixel or the Pixel XL, its keyboard sounds may have started to annoy you slightly. They are called touch sounds. The Phones “Nature UX” interface sets the touch sounds by default. Here we provide a quick and easy guide on turning these sounds off. The lockscreen, keyboard and all other interactions with the screen will create a noise until your go though the process of deselcting them.


Turn off keyboard sounds

Follow these exact steps to remove the sounds your Pixel or Pixel XL makes when you type on the keyboard:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Select Sound
  3. Tap Touch Sounds to disable it.


Turn off unlock sounds

  1. Start at the main screen.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Go to Sound.
  4. Top on Screen lock sound to deactivate it.


Turn off the keypad sound

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to Sound.
  3. Tap on Dialing keypad tone to deactivate it.


An Alternative Way to Turn Off Keypad Sounds

  1. Start at the Apps screen
  2. Go to the Phone app.
  3. Tap the Menu button.
  4. Tap Settings.
  5. Then Tap Call.
  6. Select Ringtone and then Keypad tones.
  7. Unselect Dialing keypad Tone.


Turning off keyboard clicks

  1. Start at the main apps screen.
  2. Go to the Settings app.
  3. Find Language and Input. Select it.
  4. Touch next to Google Keyboard.
  5. Unselect Sound.


The Alternate Way to Turn Off Keyboard Clicks

  1. Start at the main apps screen on your Pixel and Pixel XL.
  2. Go to the Settings App.
  3. Go to Sound.
  4. Tap Sound and unselect it under Google Keyboard.


Once you complete these stages, the phone should make no further noise when it is used. You can pick and choose which sounds you want to keep by controlling them individually. The Pixel and Pixel XL will likely be on of the most popular phone in 2016. Prevent crowding the streets with overly noisy default sounds, and take control of this smartphone’s audio settings now.


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