Do not disturb on Galaxy 6?
If you think that mobile phones require you to be available all the time, your Galaxy S6 has a solution for you. You can go to Settings, select Sounds and Notifications, and tap Do Not Disturb. This turns off the ringer and all notifications until you turn notifications back on. You are in total control.
Do not disturb mode mutes all calls and alerts on your device, unless you set them as exceptions. You can set Do not disturb mode to turn on and off automatically at scheduled times. If alarms are not set as an exception, Do not disturb mode will silence all alarms set on your device.
- If you want to use the Priority only option, then you must define what a priority notification is. Go to Settings > Sound & notification > Do not disturb and tap Priority only allows. If you have a Samsung Galaxy phone, then it's Settings > Sounds and vibration > Do not disturb > Allow exceptions > Custom.
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- Restart Your Phone. Hold the power button to turn off your android phone.
- Volume Down. Keep pressing the volume down button until it goes into silent mode.
- Priority Only. Navigate to Settings > Sound & Notification > Priority Only Allows.
- Custom Rule Countdown.
- Factory Reset.
- Tap Settings > Do Not Disturb and turn on Scheduled. Then set a time. You can also choose when you want to receive alerts, calls, and notifications: Silence: Choose to silence calls and notifications always or only when the device is locked.
To turn off "Do Not Disturb," either:
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap your current option: Alarms only , Priority only , or Total silence .
- Press the volume down button and tap Turn off now.
- Do Not Disturb effectively silences almost all notifications while you aren't actively using your phone. You can set it so your phone won't ring or buzz when you receive phone calls, new text messages, new email, or new invitations from annoying “friends” who want to challenge you to a game of Candy Crush or whatever.
- When the feature is enabled, your iPhone will not disturb you (subject to settings discussed below). Phone calls to your iPhone will go straight to voice mail without the phone ringing at all. Thus, the feature gives you a way to silence phone calls, FaceTime invitations, alerts, and notifications.
- Step 1: Open the Settings menu.
- Step 2: Select the Do Not Disturb option.
- You can also turn off Do Not Disturb by swiping up from the bottom of your Home screen, then tapping the moon icon at the top of that menu.
- Then tap the button to the right of Do Not Disturb.
The Do Not Disturb option on the iPhone stops notifications, alerts and calls from making any noise, vibration or lighting up the phone screen when the screen is locked. You can turn on Do Not Disturb in your iPhone's "Settings" section.
- Enable Do Not Disturb For Specific Contacts On iPhone
- Open the Messages app on your iPhone.
- Next, tap on the Conversation of the Contact that you want to place in Do Not Disturb mode.
- On the next screen, tap on the “i” (Details) icon in the upper right corner of your screen (See image below)
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Updated: 26th November 2019