As you may have noticed, if you are one of the privileged people who get it, Android Lollipop update made silent mode volume control options. It’s a change that doesn’t satisfy multiple users. However, keep in mind that it is possible to find a true silent mode as we already know and without root.
How to find a true silent mode without root on Android Lollipop? Simply through an app. Free for two weeks on the Google Play Store, then priced at €1.49 at the end of the trial period (that’s all we can blame it on) and the SoundHUD app will come for you. audio control panel.
1. To get started, go to Play Store and download SoundHud by clicking the link below.
2. Launch the application. You will then be taken to your phone’s accessibility settings.
3. Allow SoundHud to access accessibility settings.
4. Go to the “Sounds and notifications” menu on your smartphone or tablet and click on “Interruptions”.
5. Turn off all notification priority switches
6. Adjust the app according to your preferences
7.Exit the application and press the volume control keys. You now have an expandable menu for sound options.
Note that Google does not seem to plan to reinstate silent mode within the OS for now, as evidenced by the latest Android One terminals that have recently been updated to version 5.1. Samsung has slowly started integrating TouchWiz, as evidenced by the latest Galaxy Note Edge update as well as the Galaxy S5 update currently rolling out in the UK.
Unfortunately, while the app is only free for the first two weeks, SoundHud remains the most effective solution for now.