For those that own a Samsung Galaxy S7, you may want to know what the circle with line through it on the status bar means. The circle with a horizontal line through the middle is a new symbol from Android meaning that you turned on Interruption Mode. When you you turn on Interruption Mode and the circle with line though it shows it, it means that the settings is set to “None” on the Galaxy S7.
What Does Circle With Line Through It On Samsung Galaxy S7 Actually Do?
When the Interruption Mode feature is set to None, then you won’t be getting any notifications like calls, text messages or alarm tones on your Samsung Galaxy S7. It’s possible to disable this feature very quickly. All you need to do is go to the home screen of the Galaxy S7 and pull down the status bar with the fingers. Then select on the button saying “None” or the circle symbol with the line in the middle.
Next select on the icon and the Interruption Mode will be changed from “None” to “All”. Once you’ve made these changes, the circle with line through it symbol will disappear in the status bar and you get back all notifications on your Samsung Galaxy S7.