How to Mute Sounds on the smart Watch

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Posted on Jan, 14 2018 at 9:00 PM

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If you're out or in a library and you wearing your Smart Watch but don't want to disturb or hear others with its noises, you can simply Mute the sound. And today Answer blogs will help you to mute the sound of your smart watch.

1.Unlock your Smart Watch. Tap your Watch's face once, then tap it once again. Enter your pin.

2. Swipe the screen from the bottom up. A menu will appear with options including connectivity, airplane mode, mute, Do Not Disturb mode, theater mode and two modes that will help you look for and remotely lock your iPhone from your Watch.

3.Tap the bell icon. This is a mute feature that will silence all bells and whistles without affecting the haptic feedback (if you have that turned on). Haptic feedback (vibration patterns felt on your wrist) can be turned off or on with your Watch and/or Watch app on your paired iPhone.

4. Turn sounds back on when you want to. You can tap the bell once more to turn sound on again. Your sounds will be back on when the button isn't lit in the purplish hue.

5. Open up your Settings app to make additional modifications on your volume on the Watch. With watchOS 3.2, Apple included the ability to adjust the volume inside of Settings. Open up the Settings app/tool, tap "Sounds & Haptics", look under the "Alert Volume" setting for the slider control. Press the volume up or volume down button as desired; then you can turn your digital crown towards you to turn the volume down, or away from you to turn the volume up, to more accurately represent the volume you'd like to use. Right underneath this, you'll also find a second switch for Silent Mode. This on/off setting works the same as the quick action menu one and synchronizes with it.

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