Know how to enable Do Not Disturb mode on Galaxy A10 and its relevance. Read on.
The best way to be updated with incoming calls and important messages is to manage your phone’s notifications and alerts. Yet in times when you need peace of mind and want to hear nothing but silence, all you need to do is to enable the Do Not Disturb feature on your device. This feature will mute incoming calls, alerts, and all types of notifications on your device. This will also give you the option to customize which calls, alerts, or notifications you want to go through.
- Swipe upward from the Home screen.
- Select Settings app.
3. Tap Notifications.
4. Scroll to Do Not Disturb and toggle the switch next to it to enable the feature.
Once the switch next to it turned blue, this means Do Not Disturb mode has been successfully enabled. Now if you want to make some exceptions, you can always customize the DND feature on your Samsung Galaxy A10 device. This feature can be automatically turn off and on within the scheduled interval. To customize Do Not Disturb option on selected notifications, alerts, and calls, head to Settings > Notifications > tap and hold Do Not Disturb > then select either of the following: Turn on as scheduled, Hide notifications, All exceptions.
And that’s how easy to enable Do Not Disturb on Galaxy A10!
When Do Not Disturb mode is enabled on your device, you won’t worry of getting any type of notifications during meetings or bedtimes. Whenever the feature does not work as intended, you can simply restart your device to dump cached files affecting the DND feature.
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