If you’re lucky enough to have Android 5.0 Lollipop on your phone or tablet, you might be wondering where to find silent mode, which turns off notification sounds and vibrations but keeps critical alerts, like alarms, on and active.
It’s still there, but it’s under a different name. In the latest version of Android, Google has made a few sound control choices that are ultimately more elegant, but might cause confusion to longtime Android users. There’s evidence that [company]Google[/company] regards the new way that sounds are handled in Android Lollipop as a feature, not a bug where Google simply forgot to include a silent mode.
Basically, you’ve now got three options for quieting your phone: None, Priority and All. The difference is that the None setting is no sounds at all — handy for doctors or other people who might want to keep their device on but completely silent. You won’t receive vibrations…
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