Do Not Disturb On/Off - Apple® iPhone® 4S
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Do Not Disturb On/Off - Apple® iPhone® 4S

Do Not Disturb is only available on devices using iOS6 or later. Please refer to iOS Updates - Apple® iPhone® 4S for assistance.

Note To determine Device Software Version, refer to View Software Version.

Device Software Version iOS 6
Device Software Version iOS 7

 

Device Software Version iOS 6

  1. From the home screen, select Settings.
    Settings
  2. Drag the switch left or right to enable/disable Do Not Disturb.
    On
    Do Not Disturb enabled. While device is 'asleep' (screen dark), it will not react with alerts or vibrations to any incoming call or message.
    Off
    Do Not Disturb disabled
    Do Not disturb

 

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Device Software Version iOS 7

Note Do Not Disturb can also be enabled/disabled from the Control Center.

  1. From the home screen, select Settings.
  2. Select Do Not Disturb.
  3. Select the Manual switch to enable/disable.
    Note Enabled when the switch is in the green position.
    Note When Do Not Disturb is enabled calls and alerts that arrive while locked will be silenced, and a moon icon will appear in the status bar.
  4. Select the Scheduled switch to enable/disable.
    Note Enabled when the switch is in the green position.
  5. If the Scheduled switch is enabled, select the From To field.
  6. Set the From and To scheduled times.
  7. Select Back (located in the upper-left corner).
  8. Select Allow Calls From.
  9. Select the desired Allow Calls From option then select Back (located in the upper-left corner).
    Note Selected when a check mark is present.
    • Everyone
    • No One
    • Favorites
    • All Contacts
  10. Select the Repeated Calls switch to enable/disable.
    Note Enabled when the switch is in the green position.
    Note When enabled, a second call from the same person within three minutes will not be silenced.
  11. From the Silence section, select the silence incoming calls option.
    • Always
    • Only while iPhone is locked

 

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Last Modified: September 17, 2013
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