Using the silent mode on Android 5.0 Lollipop
When reached Android 5.0 Lollipop to the first terminal as the Nexus 5, users began to complain that the system did not have silent mode, really necessary if we want to bother us without turning off the device. However, these terminals do offer silent mode, and even more interesting vitaminado through interrupts. Learn how to set up your own silence so easily.
Android 5.0 Lollipop currently no silent mode as such, so many people have complained that they can not silence your phone because it really does not know how. Google has chosen to “split” the sounds on one side and the other interruptions but without making clear what they do each of these things. For one, the sounds are those things which, as its name suggests, they sound on the phone, such as the keyboard, the sound of unlocking and others, and we have two options: sound or vibration. While the latter allows us to enjoy notifications without sound, the fact is that the vibration can be annoying, so … How can we set the silent mode?
Indeed, thanks to the interruptions . In them we find three options: All , which will make the handset to ring or vibrate when you receive any notice, Priority , which sound notifications that we decide as important calls (and in the case of alarms, if not configure it Otherwise, also sound, and Nada , a way in which neither sounds nor vibrate our terminal, even alarms.
Now, how do we configure silent mode on Android 5.0 Lollipop? For compiling the above, if the sound vibration and establish it as interruptions as priority , as it will have the phone we could take Android KitKat and earlier. Yes, this is a much more powerful silent mode because we can make exceptions if we expect a call from a contact in concrete not want to miss it for the world.