How to Disable Do Not Disturb Mode on iPhone


Your iPhone’s Do Not Disturb mode blocks your calls, alerts, and notifications. If you want to start receiving these items, turn off do not disturb mode on your phone. We’ll show you two different ways to do this.

Later, you can re-enable the mode using the same methods.

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Disable iPhone Do Not Disturb Mode from Control Center

Using Control Center is the fastest way to turn off Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone.

To open Control Center on an iPhone X or later, swipe down from the top right corner of your phone screen. On other iPhone models, swipe up from the bottom of your phone screen.

When Control Center opens, tap the “Do Not Disturb” option (a moon icon).

Select "Do not disturb" in the Control Center.

DND is now disabled on your phone. To turn it back on, tap the same icon in Control Center.

And that’s all.

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Disable iPhone Do Not Disturb Mode from Settings

Another way to disable DND mode on your iPhone is to using the Settings app.

On your iPhone, launch the Settings app. Then tap on the “Do Not Disturb” option.

Select "Do not disturb" in Settings.

Disable the “Do not disturb” toggle.

Disable the "Do not disturb" option.

Your iPhone’s do not disturb mode is now disabled and you will receive all your calls, alerts and notifications as usual.

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Bonus Tip: Disable Scheduled Do Not Disturb Mode on iPhone

If you have activated a scheduled do not disturb mode, your iPhone will automatically activate the mode at the specified times. If you don’t want this to happen, disable the scheduled DND option.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap “Do Not Disturb”.

On the “Do Not Disturb” page, turn off the “Scheduled” option.

Disable the "Program" option.

From now on, your iPhone will no longer automatically activate DND mode. You are ready.

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