The LG V30 is one of 2017’s best smartphones, even if Samsung and HTC wee surprising this year too. LG’s latest measures in at 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm and weighs no more than 158 grams, all of which puts it on par in sizing with the Google Pixel XL, it comes with a gorgeous 6-inch OLED display tuned at 2,880 x 1,440 pixels, just like all other devices do these days, while the microSD support extends storage far past its limited default number of 64GB, not to mention that I’m a stock Android fan and this handset doesn’t disappoint meat this chapter either.
However, not everything might be clear to the handset’s users. Little things still need to be changed or readapted and here I have another example.
Are you wondering what’s the matter with that strange “Star” symbol that can be found in your LG V30 status bar? Well, this basically depicts that “Interruptions Mode” is On. Well, this is a feature that pops up when only notifications and calls appear, which you have chosen as being important in the past.
If you’re not too fond of this feature and want it to be disabled from your device, I totally get you. You should simply follow the steps detailed here and your wish will come true right away.
How to Deactivate the Star Sign from your LG V30:
- First of all, you need to open your LG V30 smartphone;
- Then,you have to open the Menu;
- Go into Settings;
- Now, it’s time to press the Sound & Notifications option;
- Press Interruptions;
- Once you have done everything, the “Interrupt Mode” will be deactivated. Therefore, the star symbol will finally be hidden on the status bar of your LG V30.
You may also need to find out how to: Efficiently customize the LG V30 home screen, Easily Disable Clicking Sounds on LG V30, or Create an Alarm Reminder on your LG V30 and don’t forget to ask for my help in case of needing it. That is why I am here for.