disable notifications Realme Phones

How to disable notifications on Realme Phones?

Are you tired of the disturbing notifications on your Realme Phone? Then don’t worry, I will help you to disable notifications on Realme Phones and get rid of these disturbing notifications on Realme Phones.  Most of the Realme Phones come with Color OS and some with Realme OS, so the process to disable notifications on Realme Phones is pretty much the same. So, whether you’re using Realme 1, C3 or Realme 6, the tutorial applies pretty much to all of them.

In this tutorial, we are going to show the best method to disable notifications on Realme Phones. So, let’s have a look at this tutorial. You can disable the notifications on realme phones system-wide or for individual apps. The individual app method is recommended if you are having problems with a particular app.

Steps to disable notifications on Realme Phones:

1. Open Settings

The first step to turn-off notifications on Realme phones is to go to the settings panel of your phone. You need to open your app drawer and click on the app with a gear icon, this will open the settings of your phone.

Open Settings - Disable Notifications on Realme Phones

2. Go to Notifications

Now, in the settings panel, you need to find out Notifications and Status Bar and open it. You can either scroll down in the Settings app or just search in the search bar given at the top.

Go to Notifications - Disable Notifications on Realme Phones

3. Open Manage Notifications

In the notifications and status bar, you need to open the Manage Notifications section. In the Notification section, find out Manage Notifications option and click on it to open.

disable notifications Realme Phones

4. Choose the app to disable their notifications

In the Manage Notification, you’ll get a long list of installed apps on your phone. You can choose the app for which you want to disable notifications in your Realme Phones. To choose app, scroll and find the app and click on it.

disable notifications Realme Phones

5. Turn off the Toggle that says “Allow Notifications”

After choosing the app from the list, you need to click on the toggle that says “Allow Notifications” and it will turn off notifications on your Realme Phones. On the app page click on the toggle and it will turn grey from the green to disable notifications on Realme Phones.

turn off notification Realme Phone

Now, the notifications on your realme phone are disabled, if you want to enable them in future follow that same procedure and turn the toggle green by clicking on it.

Read more: How to root Realme X50 Pro 5G?

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Hey Abhishek Verma ,

Great post with effective steps to disable notifications on Realme phones.

Your each of the suggested steps are clear, easy to understand and follow, whereas following these steps will be helpful and allows several users to disable the notifications on their Realme phones.

Truly helpful post and thanks for sharing.

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