Android 5.0: Should I Choose “Only allow priority interruptions” or “Do not interrupt”?

Android 5.0: Should I Choose “Only allow priority interruptions” or “Do not interrupt”?

Last Update Date : Apr 23. 2018

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When the interruptions setting is set to  “Do not interrupt”, all interruptions (including Alarms) are “not available”.

 

When the interruptions setting is “Only allow priority interruptions”, only selected interruptions are available.

 

Of course, even if the ringing or vibration is “not available”, the calling screen or notification screen will be displayed as normal.

 

 

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Note: The “Blocking Mode” is removed because it provided similar functions with “Interruptions”.

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