The full form of DND is Do Not Disturb (DND) will stop unsolicited telemarketing calls and advertising Short Message Service (SMS) once it is activated. The Do Not Disturb (DND) registry, often referred to as the National Customer Preference Register (NCPR), is a national database that includes a record of all the subscribers’ mobile numbers who have signed up for the DND service in India. Your mobile number will not get any unsolicited telemarketing calls or SMS messages if it is on the DND list, according to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) regulations.
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What Does Do Not Disturb Do?
Do Not Disturb is included in Control Center’s Focus section. Additionally, it can be found in the Settings menu.
- The most basic mode, “Do Not Disturb,” temporarily turns off notifications. Additionally, you can programme it to turn off when you move from your current position or after a scheduled event is finished.
- In this setting, you can receive notifications from “important people and apps.” Additionally, if contacts try to contact you while you are in Focus mode, it will let them know.
- Personal Focus features are shared by Sleep Focus, along with some additional health-related functions. It might improve the accuracy of sleep monitoring. More details can be found in our post on the Sleep Mode.
- Personal Focus is similar to Work Focus, although Work Focus is intended to be used on a timetable or when a certain app is open.
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How is the Do Not Disturb mode different from the Airplane mode?
Your phone’s connection is momentarily disabled in “Aeroplane Mode,” making it unable to make or receive calls, send or receive emails, or perform other operations. All channels of communication remain open while Do Not Disturb mutes the alerts you would typically get when receiving a call, text, email, or other message.