Do Not Disturb is a great feature on Android that can help prevent you from being interrupted by phone calls, texts, and other notifications. However, it can also be activated accidentally, which can be frustrating. Here are some tips to help prevent this from happening:
1. Be careful when using the quick settings tiles in the notification shade. If you accidentally tap on the Do Not Disturb tile, it will turn on automatically. To avoid this, make sure you only tap on the tile when you’re intentionally wanting to activate Do Not Disturb mode.
2. When configuring Do Not Disturb settings, be mindful of what triggers the feature to activate. For example, if you have it set to activate when your phone is placed face down on a surface, be careful not to do this accidentally (e.g., while putting your phone in your pocket).
3. Pay attention to any audio cues that indicate Do Not Disturb has been activated. For example, many phones will play a short sound or vibration pattern when Do Not Disturb is turned on/off. This can give you a quick way to check if the feature has been inadvertently activated.
4 .If you want absolute peace of mind and don’t want Do Not Disturb activating unexpectedly under any circumstances, consider using an app like Tasker or Automateit Pro which let’s you create rules for automatically turningDo not disturb On/Off basedon certain conditions (egexample : time , location etc ).
How to use Do Not Disturb mode in Android
If you want to make sure that you won’t be disturbed by phone calls or notifications, you can use Do Not Disturb mode. This feature is available in Android 5.0 and later versions.
To turn on Do Not Disturb mode, go to your phone’s Settings app → tap Sound → tap Do Not Disturb. You can also schedule whenDo Not Disturb should automatically turn on and off, or set it to activate based on an event or location. For example, you can have Do Not Disturb turn on whenever you’re driving
or at work. To learn more about schedulingDo Not Disturb, see Automatically silence your tablet while asleep in the Help Center
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How to stop Do Not Disturb from turning on automatically
Assuming you’re using an iPhone:
1. Go to your Settings app
2. Tap Do Not Disturb
3. Scroll down and make sure the Scheduled switch is off
How to keep Do Not Disturb from automatically turning on
It’s easy to accidentally enable Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone. Maybe you meant to enable it only for a certain period of time, or maybe you enabled it in a fit of anger and now you want to disable it. Don’t worry, we’ll show you how.
If Do Not Disturb is turned on, you won’t receive any phone calls, messages, or other notifications until the schedule expires or you turn off Do Not Disturb manually.
Here’s how to keep Do Not Disturb from automatically turning on:
1) Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.
2) Tap Do Not Disturb.
3) Toggle the Scheduled switch to the off position.
4) You can also choose when you want Do Not Disturb to be disabled by tapping Manually.
Why does my Do Not Disturb keep turning on?
Do Not Disturb Mode is a feature on the iPhone that allows you to silence all incoming calls, texts, and other notifications. This can be helpful if you are in a meeting or trying to get some sleep. However, some users have found that their Do Not Disturb Mode keeps turning on spontaneously.
There are several possible explanations for why this may be happening. One possibility is that someone else has access to your device and is accidentally activating Do Not Disturb Mode. Another possibility is that a bug in iOS 11 is causing the problem.
If you are worried about someone accessing your device, you can change the passcode or set up Touch ID security. If you think a bug might be causing the issue, you can try restarting your device or restoring from a backup.