If you've recently noticed a strange chirping sound while scrolling through your Facebook feed, you're not alone. Many users have reported encountering this new sound after a recent update on iPhones.

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The purpose of this sound is to make the scrolling experience on Facebook more engaging and interesting. However, if you find it annoying and want to turn it off, there are some steps you'll need to take to fix the issue.

Open the Facebook App

Launch the Facebook app on your iPhone.

Access the Menu

Tap on the three horizontal lines located in the bottom-right corner of the screen. This will open the menu.

Navigate to Settings & Privacy

Scroll down the menu and tap on "Settings & Privacy."

Open Settings

From the options available, select "Settings."

Find Media Settings

Scroll down again until you find the section named "Media." Tap on it to proceed.

Toggle Off In-App Sounds

Under the "Media" section, you will see a category labeled "Sounds." Locate the switch next to "In-App Sounds" and toggle it off. This will disable the chirping sound.

By following these steps, you can say goodbye to those unexpected chirping noises while scrolling through your Facebook feed.

It's worth noting that the option to disable in-app sounds may vary depending on the device and version of the Facebook app you are using. If you are unable to find the exact location of this setting on your device, you can also try checking the app's general settings or contact Facebook support for more help.

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