Silent mode is a setting available on mobile phones and pagers that, when activated, disables the ringtones and, in some cases, also the vibrating alerts or alarm. Unlike the airplane mode, the silent mode still allows the device to receive and send calls and messages.
- Kole, William J.; John Leicester; Louise Nordstrom (17 April 2008). "In Europe, a push to silence cellphones in public - USATODAY.com". Retrieved 26 April 2013.
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