February 08, 2017

How To Use 'Do Not Disturb' Feature on Android Devices


Do Not Disturb is a component in Android candy and Marshmallow gadgets that permits you restrain the way sounds and notices take a shot at your telephone. As the name demonstrates, it resembles a noiseless mode yet can consequently allow authorization to specific applications, messages and individuals while quieting other non significant notices.

Entertaining yet intriguing perspective is numerous Android telephone clients are unconscious of this vital element. Indeed, it's typically situated in the telephone settings albeit a few brands arrange it in the sound settings zone.


Do Not Disturb proves to be useful particularly when you are in a meeting, in some sort of environment or even around evening time, you can modify how you need your telephone to act when a caution or warning arrives. It is superior to the general "quiet mode" we are utilized to. This is on account of when your telephone is in noiseless mode, every single other notice consequently gets to be distinctly quiet however with "do not disturb", you select applications to hush.


Benefits Of "DO NOT DISTURB"

  • Automatically limit sounds at night or during events
  • Mute 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. 

How To Use Do Not Disturb In Android Lollipop
==> Go to settings
==> Click on Do not Disturb
==> Navigate through the 3 options available and choose the one that suit you with settings.

How To Use Do Not Disturb On Android 6.0 Marshmallow

==> Go to "Settings"
==> Scroll "down" and you will see basic settings
==> Just under basic settings, locate "do not disturb"
==> Tap on it and you will be presented with options of what you can do with it.
==> Choose according to your priorities. 


Note : This same step applies to Android 7.0 Nougat devices as this feature is available for Android 5.1 Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat as I earlier stated.  

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