It is activated when you mute your ringer using the volume buttons (or other means). You don’t have to think of a special app! Simply change the ringer mode to mute or vibrate and it will automatically pop up and ask you how long you have been silent. Don’t miss another important call.
Great for class, office, prayer and sleep.
Very important setup steps for Android 6+!
For Shush! You must remove it from battery optimization to restore the ringer volume on request. See goo.gl/sC5jjR for detailed steps on how to do this.
Shush why! Want camera permission?
Many camera applications mute the ranger during video recording and it is a hindrance to sleep! Pop up dialog at this point. Therefore, when Shush! Detects that the ringer has been muted, checks if the phone’s camera is currently in use; If so, it does not display its dialog. To perform this check, it needs permission to access the camera. Permission is granted for Android 6+; If you don’t allow it, shush! Will not check if the camera is being used. If you deny permission and change your mind later, you can allow it in Settings -> Applications>! -> Permission.
Do not restore at the requested time?
Android version 6+ (Marshmallow, Naugat) has a battery-saving feature that is activated when the device is idle for a period of time. In this mode, applications may not receive alarm notifications registered with the system. If Shush! It cannot receive the alarm, it cannot restore the volume when you request it. To solve this, skip the shush! From battery optimization. See https://goo.gl/sC5jjR for detailed steps on how to do this.
Don’t pop up when you mute your phone?
Try to reboot.
Initial After the initial installation, or if you uninstall / reinstall, you must start Shush! Manually once from the app drawer, so that it can register with the Android OS to notify ring mode changes.
• On Huawei Devices, you must allow the rabbit to run while the screen is off, and remove it from battery protection if you want to restore the ranger on request. It consists of 4 steps: 1) Launch the Shush app (the app needs to be running for the following few steps) Please. 3) Go to Settings -> Applications, find Shush in the list of applications, tap on it, tap the battery, then turn on the switch for “Run when off screen”. 4) Go to Settings -> Applications, tap the gear icon at the bottom of the screen to go to Advanced Screen, click Ignore Battery Optimization, select All apps at the top of the screen, find and tap Shush in the list, then select the Allow Radio button. Tap OK.
• On Shaomi Miui 8 devices, when you use the volume down button, it reduces the volume to 0, but does not change the ringer mode to silent, which activates the rabbit! As a causation, use a quick settings toggle to mute your ranger. Also, be sure to enable Shush! In Autostart settings, see http://xiaomininja.com/2015/08/10/miui-tip-enable-autostart-to-never-miss-a-notifications-again/
• On Asus Zenfone devices have a built-in application called Auto-Start Manager that prevents apps installed from the Play Store by default from running unless they are explicitly started by the user. Shush! When you change the ringer mode to start explicitly, you need to configure the auto-start manager so that it allows the rabbit to run. See Asus.com/support/faq/1013752.
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15.0: Fix 14.9 for bugs in recovery time. Sorry!
14.9: Better dose-mode handling. Reduce permissions for outgoing call detection.