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Weird Sound From S24Ultra

(Topic created on: 02-10-2024 01:27 PM)
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FelixTony
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I heard this weired sound from S24 Ultra while I was transferring data from my S23 Ultra using smart swith. Has anyone heard it in their device?

The sound was like you drop a water on hot stove top.
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FelixTony
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I was using Wireless transfer
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RedDogRabbit
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That's weird for sure! There's no moving parts in the internal storage to make any noise. 

 

 

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FelixTony
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Would it be a coolant noise 🤔
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RedDogRabbit
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Can't imagine that either.. 

I used an OTG device to restore my data from my S20 Ultra to my S23 Ultra, I happened to be in a quiet room at the time, and I don't recall hearing anything.. 

Same when I'm backing up either device (S20 Ultra to the external sd card) and the S23 Ultra to the OTG.. never heard a sound from either device... or the OTG. 

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FelixTony
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Let's see if anyone else faced this
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SgtStubby
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I saw in a teardown the S23U has a massive heatsink. It is a water vapor cooler so it's possible what you heard was water evaporating. They literally put water droplets inside and they travel through capillaries.
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Helenna
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Hi, Unusual sounds during data transfers on a smartphone are not common, and it's recommended to investigate further. However, without being able to physically assess your device, it's challenging to pinpoint the exact cause of the sound.

Here are a few steps you can take:

1. Inspect your devices: Check both your S24 Ultra and S23 Ultra for any physical damage, loose components, or foreign objects that might have caused the sound.

2. Review the process: Ensure that the data transfer process was completed successfully. If the transfer was successful and both devices are functioning properly, the sound might have been an anomaly.

3. Check for system notifications: Look for any system notifications or error messages on your S24 Ultra that might provide information about the sound.

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