Wyze Lock Keypad - button beep mute (Volume Control)

I second this! The beeps are too loud! Please let us mute them. Saves battery too, I imagine.

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Good morning Wyze. Is there a way an additional volume setting can be added? Right now mine is set to normal and my whole neighborhood can hear me pushing the buttons. Don’t know why someone would want it louder than that unless they are hard of hearing or want to annoy their neighbors lol.

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[Mod Edit]: The Title of this thread was Modified to enhance search clarity and allow for broader input beyond just muting the beep.

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Has Wyze made any communications on a resolve for this issue? Because I also have the same problem. This thing is great but I can’t use it. It’s too loud and neighbors can make out how many digits my code is. Did I spend my money on something I cannot use? :thinking:

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I know this does not resolve the issue but thought I would toss this info out there. You can type in up to 8 digits and as long as your code is in there some where it will open. So you could do 2 random, code, 2 random, keeps people from knowing the number of digits as you could change the amount of buttons you press every time

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Hi, I really do appreciate you taking the time. That is a great solution and it does help with one of the issues. But the most important one, the privacy and noise, makes it a make a or break for some of us who live in apartments. They really need to come up with a usable option. Because the loudness is amplified by the enclosed hallway at my apartments. People can hear clear across the other side of the building. Kind of a privacy and noise issue. I don’t understand why they didn’t make the beep something more acceptable. I guess they did it with the thought that only home owners would purchase this feature. I don’t know, whatever it was, I am disappointed. Now I only dare use it in an emergency situation.

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I can imagine, I live in a house and cringe every time I put in my code because it is so load. I am on your side on this one and would like to see options for the key tones.

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I agree as well. The key press beeps should be able to be turned off. They are loud, unnecessary, and, draw too much attention. Wyze, please make an update so we can turn off the beep sounds.

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Wyze is too busy building a wifi-enabled rectal cat thermometer and sending thirty emails a day to their customer base to address the beeping keypad issue. The best way to stop the beeping is to take a hammer to it. Because honestly, if they ever do fix it, they will call it “Keypad v2” and make you buy a new one.

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I found this blog trying to find a way to turn my keypad volume down. Obviously, you can not!
Wyze please remedy this issue. It was the first thing my son said when he came over this weekend.
'“Wow you should see if you can turn the volume down on this”

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Yes, please provide a way to either greatly soften the keypad times, or turn them off entirely. I live in a small apartments community and I’m annoying my neighbors are 3 am.

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I finally just removed the speaker. It is so nice and silent. Not too difficult if you have a very small philips screwdriver. Press down the tab on the top of the back to expose and remove batteries. The black trey they are in comes out by prying with a screw driver in its little gap. You can then remove all 8 screws (the corners are longer. Pull the two parts apart to expose the speaker (little black box). Use screw driver to pry the top off the black box and remove the magnet and foil. Stop when you see the copper coil. Then put it all back together. Be sure the battery tray is put back in the right direction.

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Please provide a way to Disable Beeps on the Wyze Lock Keypads! The beeps are super loud, annoying and not necessary. In apartment hallways these are amplified.

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+1 for volume control and/or mute

Great tip, I just did this and it worked great. No more beeps and keypad works like normal. You do need very small bits, I used a PH00 bit

I agree with volume control, BUT, if sound is “muted” completely or “off”, I would suggest a way for the back light to let the user know a button has been pressed. There is a number in my 4-digit code that often doesn’t register, and the “beep” is how I know it didn’t register. :slight_smile:

I tried getting the keyboard apart after taking the 8 screws out and I am not having success. Any tips on getting the 2 halves apart?

After getting the 8 screws out and the battery holder I was able to separate the two pieces by getting a flat head screwdriver and putting it on the top of the speaker and prying the small half down. There are two clips on each end that keep the halves together. Also there is a small gasket that needs to be put pack before putting the 2 halves back together. The speaker box does have a top that come off. I used my Leatherman pliers then take out that thin metal top. I just threw the top and metal top of the speaker out then put everything together. No beep.

Thanks! Just destroyed the speaker. Where I live is quiet and cold/dense air. Amazing how piercing the beep was outside at night.