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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

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Suppress calls and notifications

If you don't want to be disturbed, you can set your device to silent mode for a specified period of time. You can also choose that your device should ring when you receive calls from certain contacts even though your device is in silent mode. Follow these instructions to suppress calls and notifications.

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Press the menu icon.

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Press Settings.

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Press Blocking mode.

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Press the indicator below Blocking mode to turn on the function.

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When the indicator turns green, the function is turned on.

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Turn suppression of certain functions on or off, go to 3a.
Set period of time, go to 3b.
Select contacts, go to 3c.

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Press one of the following settings to turn it on or off:
Disable incoming calls

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Disable notifications

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When the box next a setting is ticked (V), it's turned on.

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Press Always to turn the function on or off.

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When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

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If you turn off the function:
Press the field next to From.

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Press arrow up and arrow down next to hours and minutes to set the time.

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Press Set.

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Press the field next to To.

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Press arrow up and arrow down next to hours and minutes to set the time.

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Press Set.

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Press Allowed contacts.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press one of the following options:
None

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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All contacts

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Favourites

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Custom

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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If you select Custom:

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press Add.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press the required contact.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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When the box next to a contact is ticked (V), the contact is selected.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press Done.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press the return icon.

You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
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Press the home icon to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Blocking mode"

Press the menu icon.
Press Settings.
Press Blocking mode.

2. Turn on suppression of calls and notifications

Press the indicator below Blocking mode to turn on the function.
When the indicator turns green, the function is turned on.

3. Select option

Turn suppression of certain functions on or off, go to 3a.
Set period of time, go to 3b.
Select contacts, go to 3c.
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4. 3a - Turn suppression of certain functions on or off

Press one of the following settings to turn it on or off:
Disable incoming calls
Disable notifications
When the box next a setting is ticked (V), it's turned on.

5. 3b - Set period of time

Press Always to turn the function on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
If you turn off the function:
Press the field next to From.
Press arrow up and arrow down next to hours and minutes to set the time.
Press Set.
Press the field next to To.
Press arrow up and arrow down next to hours and minutes to set the time.
Press Set.

6. 3c - Select contacts

Press Allowed contacts.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Press one of the following options:
None
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
All contacts
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Favourites
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Custom
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
If you select Custom:
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Press Add.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Press the required contact.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
When the box next to a contact is ticked (V), the contact is selected.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Press Done.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.
Press the return icon.
You can select contacts that can call you or sent you messages even though the function is turned on.

7. Exit

Press the home icon to return to standby mode.

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