[Android M Feature Spotlight] Fastboot Fixes Notorious "missing system.img" Bug, Adds 'Flashing' Commands And Cleaner Syntax For reboot-bootloader
[Android M Feature Spotlight] Tap To Wake Is Now A Setting You Can Tweak
[Android M Feature Spotlight] Toggle 'Charging Sound' On And Off In System Settings
[Android M Feature Spotlight] Built-In Storage Manager Becomes Much More Usable
["M"-azing] Android "M" Preview 2 Lets You Remove Icons From The Status Bar, Put Remaining Battery % Inside The Bar
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Stock Android may not make a special noise when plugged in to charge over USB, but it does play a tone when your device comes in contact with a wireless charger. Until now though, it hasn't been possible to disable this sound without adjusting the system volume. In Android M that will apparently change, as a new toggle joins the lineup in "Other sounds."
Dial pad tones, screen lock sounds, touch sounds, and touch vibration entries are all still present.
This is a small change, but - even if they're buried in settings - sometimes adding more granular controls can be a good thing, and that seems to be one of the themes of Android M so far. Hopefully we'll be introduced to even more improvements when the first M Preview OTA is released.