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I currently have Do Not Disturb on my iPhone (iOS 9) scheduled to run while I am at college. The only issue is that I am not at college every day.

Is there a way I can schedule Do Not Disturb for certain days? (For example: Tuesday-Thursday)

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    I think what you are asking is not possible. Maybe an App can be designed to do that. – rebatoma Jan 3 '16 at 22:16
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Sadly, on a non jailbroken phone you can only set Do Not Disturb to set hours, regardless of which day. Therefore, every day gets the same hours.

What would be nice, would be a system like the alarms where you can set multiple ones and have them repeat on choosable days, then you could set 2 DND period, one to cover weekdays, and one for weekends etc.

I would recommend making a feature request at this link.

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  • Oh well. Thanks for your answer. This is what I was expecting. Unfortunately I do not want to jailbreak my device since I find there is no need to on iOS 9 and all it does is make my phone unstable, also when I want to update when jailbroken I would need to restore first. – iProgram Jan 3 '16 at 22:43
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    it's such a common use case what a shame – igor Aug 5 '19 at 9:36
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The only way to achieve that is with a jailbreak.

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    Please specify how this can be accomplished with a jailbroken iPhone. – Stevoisiak Jul 10 '17 at 13:07
  • How ? Well would say via one of the many third party apps that are not on the Apple site . Would be surprised if something was not there for this. – AndyF Jan 29 at 15:24

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