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Motorola Moto Z2 Play and Moto Z2 Force: How To Quiet Device

Posted by Desmond Andrada on January 23, 2018

Users of the Motorola Moto Z2 series might want to know how they can use the mute feature on their device. There are several ways that you can use to mute ringtones and other notifications on your Motorola Moto Z2 series. The reason why most people like to use the mute feature is because it prevents unnecessary disturbance when they are doing something important.

The new Motorola Moto Z2 series comes with the normal standard mute, vibrate and silent modes that are available on all smartphones. But the good news is that the Motorola Moto Z2 series also has an additional feature that makes it possible to activate these modes with just hand gestures. This makes the Motorola Moto Z2 series to be more unique and gives the user a better experience. I’ll explain below how to mute on your Motorola Moto Z2 series.

How to Mute Motorola Moto Z2 with Regular Mute Functions

The fastest way to mute is with the volume control key on the left side of your Motorola Moto Z2 series. You just need to press and hold this key until your Motorola Moto Z2 series activate the silent mode. An alternative method is by pressing and holding the power key until the mute and vibrate options appears on your screen, you can now tap on the one you want to activate. You can also swipe down from the top of your screen to access the quick settings and tap on the mode that you want to activate.

Using Motions and Gestures to Mute on Motorola Moto Z2

Another effective and easy way of muting on the Motorola Moto Z2 Play and Moto Z2 Force is by using motion controls. All you need to do to activate this feature is to place your palm on the face if the screen and the silent mode will be activated or you can turn your Motorola Moto Z2 over with the face down and the mode will be activated. To locate the Motions and Gestures option, go to settings and look under My Device section.

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