At home, at the office, or at school, in the middle of an important activity or when trying to get some rest, you have to make sure that your Samsung Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1 will listen to your commands. If you want silence, you can have it. Make it a permanent choice, with the classic mute, silent or vibrate mode functions, or try the modern approach of gestures. Coming up next, you’ll get the basic principles of how to mute your smartphone at your earliest convenience. Here are our top suggestions.
Try something cool like the Motions and Gestures for muting Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1
Your smartphone is so smart that it can rely on a series of motion controls to do all sorts of things. In this particular case, it won’t set its ringing profile on Mute by default, but it will respond to some of your gestures and cut off the audio when a sound notification is in progress.
Say you’re in a meeting and the phone starts ringing? You can lay it on its face and it will instantly mute. Or you can place your palm to cover its screen and the result will be just the same. Go to Settings, My Device, and Motions & Gestures controls. You’ll know what you need to do once you get there.
Use the regular mute functions of Samsung Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1
Despite being a smartphone, designed to take in calls, text messages, and tons of different notifications, the device also comes with standard mute functions. To use them, you can:
- Tap on the volume control button on its left side and hold it down until it enters the Silent mode;
- Or you can hold down the Power button right until you get the Mute and the Vibrate options listed on the screen, selecting the one that you prefer;
- Last but not least, you can access the Menu by swiping down from the top of the screen and tap on the Mute/Vibrate options listed in there.
Let us know if you have any other questions on how to mute Samsung Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1!