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How To Set Up Focus Mode in OnePlus OxygenOS 13/Android 13

In daily life, many times, we use our smartphones, and some people have a habit of checking their phones unnecessarily every few minutes. In some cases, whenever we want to focus on our work at the same time, the notification tone is ‘ting,’ and this is annoying and very much disturbing. 

For this, OxygenOS 13/Android 13 brought a feature called Focus Mode, which is in the Digital well-being option. This feature is one of the most useful features, by which you can do your work in a more focused way without any disturbance. Simply you have to activate the feature, and you can take a breath of relief without any disturbance. In this article, we have discussed the way by which you can set up this within a few seconds. 

For information, OxygenOS 13 was introduced in early august this year; since then, OnePlus developers have done a great job and won the race in rolling out the stable update for its flagship device, the OnePlus 10 Pro, before any other company could do that, After that, several OnePlus devices have all received the security patch update.

Steps To Set up Focus Mode in OxygenOS 13/Android 13:

  • Open Settings of your OnePlus smartphone
  • Go to Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls.
  • Select Focus Mode.

Note: By default, it will be Off. You have to manually turn on the feature.  

  • Tap Turn on 
  • Select distracting apps; you’ll see Show all installed apps
  • Scroll down and select the apps you want to block, entering in Focus Mode
  • now, and Set a Schedule (If you wish to activate Focus mode automatically).
  • Select a Start and End time and days of the week and Tap on Set.
  • During the Focus mode screen, you’ll see a Take a break option button. 
  • Tap it if you want a break, and check in on an app for any of the given times below for the duration of the break.
  • Five minutes, 15 minutes, or 30 minutes.
  • It’s done. Now you can focus on your work without disturbance.

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Sanz Miller

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