LG K40 do not disturb features silences your phone when you don’t want any kind of distraction or disturbance. You can turn it on when needed or schedule it for the whole week.
There are 2 modes, Priority only & Total Silence. We are going to explore them in more detail with the help of the below screenshots –
LG K40 Do not disturb – How to turn on
First of all, pull down the notification bar to unveil the notification panel.
Swipe towards the right and look for the “do not disturb” shortcut.
Tap, “Do not disturb” to turn it on. Long-press this option for more settings.
We can turn off do not disturb anytime using this navigation panel shortcut.
Open Settings on your LG K40.
Choose the “Sound” tab and select “Do not disturb” as shown above.
Now, we are on the “Do not disturb” page.
Let’s explore it –
LG K40 Do not disturb – Total Silence
In the total silence mode, all sounds and vibrations are silenced. You can set a weekly total silence schedule as well.
LG K40 Do not disturb – Priority Mode
In the priority mode, alarms & priorities will sound/vibrate, all other notifications are silenced.
1. Calls / Repeated Calls
We can exclude call notifications from favorite contacts or all contacts in the contact list from do not disturb.
Select “No one” if you wish to silence all calls.
Your K40 will ring on each call if you choose “Everyone”.
2. Texts / Messages
We can apply similar settings for text notifications as well.
3. Do not disturb Weekly Schedule
We can schedule do not disturb for the whole week as per our requirement.
If your sleeping time, meeting time, etc is fixed, set a daily schedule to automatically enable do not disturb during these hours.
4. Calendar Events
Other than weekly schedule we can enable do not disturb based on the calendar events
Do not disturb turns on during the events of selected calendars.
You can sync your Google account calendar as well.
Out of the invited events, you can decide when to auto-enable do not disturb.
LG K40 Turn off do not disturb
Use the navigation panel shortcut to turn off “Do not disturb” as visible in the above screenshot.
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