How To Turn Off Priority Mode In Samsung?

Samsung Priority Mode

Priority Mode is a feature found on some Android devices, including those made by Samsung. It allows users to customize which notifications and alerts are given priority and can be heard or felt on the device.

Here’s how Priority Mode usually works:

Notifications: You can choose which notifications are allowed through in Priority Mode. This includes calls and messages from specific contacts or notifications from certain apps.

Sounds and Vibrations: You can control whether or not the device will make sounds or vibrate for notifications while in Priority Mode. This can help you minimize disturbances during important meetings or when you need to concentrate on a task.

Schedule: Some implementations of Priority Mode allow you to set a schedule for when it’s active. For example, you can set Priority Mode to be active during work hours or sleeping.

Activation: Priority Mode can typically be activated through the device’s settings or by using the volume buttons to adjust the notification settings.

Do Not Disturb: Priority Mode might be linked to or synonymous with the “Do Not Disturb” function on some devices. This feature silences all or selected calls and notifications to prevent interruptions.

Exceptions: You can usually set exceptions for Priority Mode, such as allowing calls or messages from certain contacts or groups to come through even when Priority Mode is active.

Where is priority mode on Samsung?

Priority Mode’s exact location and name might vary depending on the specific Samsung device and the Android operating system’s version. Here’s a general guide to locating and activating Priority Mode, although please be aware that the steps may differ slightly depending on your device:

Open the Settings App: Tap the “Settings” app on your device’s home screen or drawer.

Navigate to Sound and Notification Settings: Look for an option like “Sounds and vibration” or “Notifications.” The exact name might vary.

Look for Priority Mode or Do Not Disturb: Inside the sound or notification settings, you may find an option labeled “Priority Mode” or “Do Not Disturb.” Priority Mode is a part of the Do Not Disturb settings on some Samsung devices.

Adjust Settings: From there, you can customize what notifications and calls are allowed through and set schedules if that option is available.

Priority mode on Samsung
Priority mode on Samsung

Alternatively, you can access Priority Mode or Do Not Disturb more quickly by:

Using Quick Settings: Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Quick Settings panel, and look for a “Do Not Disturb” or similar icon. Tapping on this allows you to activate or adjust Priority Mode.

''Do Not Disturb'' Samsung Option
Do Not Disturb” Samsung Option

Using the Volume Buttons: Pressing the volume buttons and tapping the settings icon in the volume control pop-up gives you access to Priority Mode settings.

How to turn off priority mode in Samsung?

Turning off Priority Mode (sometimes associated with Do Not Disturb) on a Samsung device can be done in various ways. Here’s a detailed guide on how you might accomplish this:

Through the Settings App

Open “Settings”: Tap on the “Settings” icon on your device’s home screen or app drawer.

Tap on “Notifications”: Look for an option called “Notifications” and tap on it.

Tap on “Do Not Disturb”: If you see “Do Not Disturb” or “Priority Mode,” tap on it.

Toggle Off: There should be a toggle switch to turn off Priority Mode. Tap the switch to turn it off.

Through Quick Settings

  • Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Quick Settings panel.
  • Find “Do Not Disturb” Icon: Look for the “Do Not Disturb” or similar icon.
  • Simply tap the icon to turn off Priority Mode.

Through Volume Control

  • Press any of the volume buttons on the side of your device.
  • A settings icon or an arrow might appear in the volume control pop-up; tap on it.
  • Look for a switch or option to turn off Priority Mode and tap it.
Priority Mode By Volume Button
Priority Mode By Volume Button

Through a Schedule (if previously set up)

If you’ve previously set up a schedule for Priority Mode, you may have to disable the schedule to turn off the mode:

  • Go to “Settings” > “Notifications” > “Do Not Disturb” (or a similar path).
  • Tap on “Turn on as Scheduled”: If there’s a scheduled time, tap on it.
  • Toggle Off the Schedule: To deactivate the scheduled time for Priority Mode.

How to turn off priority mode on a game on Samsung?

This involves adjusting settings that prioritize the performance of games, possibly at the expense of other functions or battery life. Here’s a general guide to doing so:

Via Game Launcher (If Available):

Samsung’s Game Launcher includes settings related to game performance and priority.

Open Game Launcher: Locate the Game Launcher app on your device and open it.
Open Settings: Tap on the three-dot menu icon or settings gear, typically found at the top right of the screen.
Navigate to Advanced Game Features: Look for an option related to advanced game features or performance.
Toggle Off Priority Mode: If there’s an option related to prioritizing or enhancing game performance, toggle it off.

Via Device Care Settings:

Some Samsung devices include performance optimization settings within Device Care.

  • Tap on the “Settings” icon on your device’s home screen or app drawer.
  • Look for an option called “Device Care” or “Battery and Device Care” and tap on it.
  • Look for an option related to battery settings.
  • If there’s an option related to gaming or enhanced game performance, navigate to it.
  • Adjust the setting to disable prioritization for games.

If you cannot find the setting following these general instructions, please consult your device’s user manual, Samsung’s official support website, or the help resources specific to the game you’re playing.

Samsung Priority Mode in Game Booster!

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