Precisely what I needed! I hate having to dig through my notification window to keep vibration but mute media. I also didn't want to use a widget on my home screen and have to close media to toggle a homescreen widget. This is great and should be an action option in launchers.
This really is the perfect app. I prefer to mute by swiping down on notification tray, and just use the volume toggle icon (so I don't have to hold down my volume button and wait for it to hit mute mode). I'm using the Galaxy S8 and this is just what I needed. And the fact it restores volume upon un-mute is glorious. Android really should build this into stock volume functionality. My only question is in the app, there's a setting for "Show icon in launcher". What does this do? *Edit* I understand what hide icon does now. It completely hides the shortcut to the App. I don't recommend this, as there seems to be no way to get back to that settings page afterward without re-installing. Also, if you are on S8, you can already hide icons from the launcher with the stock options.
Just what I needed. Apps that silence the phone when triggered by a calendar event do not turn off multimedia or alarms. This app solves the first problem. Alarm Clock Plus solves the second one.
Does exactly what I want. Have a oneplus 5 with an alert Slider and 3 modes. Silent, do Not disturb, normal. Only Problem was that do not disturb didnt mute Media volume. With this App that Problem is gone. Thanks allot
In android 6 when we turn on silent mode for all calls notification media ..in that time media volume cannot increase ...i want this feature... In your app its a simple macro which can be created by macrodroid app
Mutes the media volume when enabling do not disturb. Works very well. Fixed my biggest irritation with Android. Now I have the option to mute all sound.
Re-added NotificationListener for Samsung Android 5.1+ devices (Samsung, once again, felt the need to do something different then every other manufacturer and implementeded the bugged 5.0 priority mode again in their 5.1 ROMs...). Without the NotificationListener, the app will only detect "Silent Mode" but not "Do not disturb" mode changes. Enable the NotificationListener if you use the "Do not disturb" option on Samsung devices running Android 5.1 (not required for any other manufacturer)