Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent'

Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent'

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Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent' - It is basic learning if a most recent stage is not so much great. In like manner with the new Android 5.0 Lollipop halted at Nexus handset.

A data reported by Androidpolice, Saturday (11/15/2014) states, has a smartphone running on the Android stage Lollipop has lost its capacity to hush the different ringtone or notice sound through a switch setting the volume.

Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent'

Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent'
In the settings switch volume, Kitkat Android-based smartphone clients can turn the ringtone to '0', then changed to vibrate, to hush or quiet mode to impair any warning sounds. On Android Lollipop, volume settings are just ready to vibrate without any further alternatives.

Notwithstanding, not all handsets run on Android Lollipop experience it. At Nexus 9, altogether quiet mode can at present capacity yet by guiding the volume setting to '0'. In any case, for the alert still discernable.

Bug in Android Lollipop Making Lost Mode 'Silent'
In any case if this is a bug or not, which unquestionably trust Google clients promptly repair and re-introducing quiet mode setting in the redesign later on. For some time, the client can get this mode by means reboot the handset when the volume achieves the level of '1'.

Just, obviously the way it is exceptionally badly arranged for the client needing to reboot each time you need to hush his handset. Actually, if Jerukers additionally have encountered this issue?
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