There are some symbols that might show up on the status bar of Samsung smartphone. Among them, there is a circle with a dash on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus and if you already know the meaning, then you can sit back and relax. If you have no idea what it means, then don’t worry because in this tutorial we will make it clear to you.
This mode is meant to assist you to block all the kind of calls, messages or notifications that are potentially disturbing you. The feature comes with certain default settings. This means that if you have never configured the do not disturb mode but you accidentally set it on, then you never know the notifications that you might be blocking.
In this tutorial, we will not only cover the Do not Disturb mode by itself. We will be interested in what you need to do whenever you see that circle with the dash symbol on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Let’s assume that you don’t want to keep this disruptive mode on. Then, you can follow the following steps to deactivate it.
- Open the settings view
- Checkout for the option labeled do not disturb
- Checkout for the toggle bar labeled Activate now
- To disable the mode tap once
- Look for the enabled as a planned option too, and set it to off.
The last step ensures that the mode will not turn on again if it was scheduled to do so. Therefore, now you have the required information and that is all for now. You can enjoy using your phone without any worries about the circle with dash symbol on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.