How to Use Do not Disturb on Android

Most of us that uses Android smartphone have not really
explore some of the important features on your device. Android devices can do
amazing things beyond your widest imagination. Today, I’ll talk on Do not

Do Not Disturb  has
been around since Android 5.0 Lollipop. Its like silent mode on steroids. It
can silence your phone quickly or automatically, but also allow certain people
and apps to break through.
Do Not Disturb” allows you to limit or completely silence
notifications and alerts on your device.
You can use Do not disturb to
limit sounds at night or during events
interruptions other than alarms, so you wake up on time
Get alerted to
calls and messages only from favorite contacts

 3 Ways to Limit Vibrations and Sound
Total silence – To completely mute your phone so
that it doesn’t make a sound or vibrate, choose “Total silence.”
Alarms only
– To mute your phone so that you’ll still hear your alarm, choose
“Alarms only.” This option won’t mute sounds from music, videos,
games, or other media.
Priority only – Mutes everything except alarms, people,
reminders, and events that you choose.

Which Phone is Eligible For This Feature?
So long you are using Android 5.0 and above, you should have
this features
How to Use Do not Disturb?
>>Go to settings
>>Click on Do not Disturb
>>Navigate through the 3 options available and choose
the one that suit you with settings.
Note that some of you might see “Always allow disturbances”,
“Only allow exceptions” and Silence all disturbances depending on the version
of Android you are using.
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9 thoughts on “How to Use Do not Disturb on Android”

  1. Been using that for awhile now.

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