Google Pixel 2 updated with “Flip to Shh” via Digital Wellbeing Beta

Enrique, 28 November 2019

Here’s some good news for folks using a second-generation Google Pixel. The Pixel 2 and 2 XL have gained a new feature called “Flip to Shh”. The feature debuted on the Pixel 3 and 3 XL and lets users enable Do Not Disturb by simply flipping the phone upside down.

The feature was first noted by a Reddit user in the latest version of Digital Wellbeing Beta. Once installed, users can find it by heading to Settings > Digital Wellbeing. Conversely, it can be found under Settings > System > Gestures.

Flip to Shh on Pixel 4 XL
Flip to Shh on Pixel 4 XL

Users can participate in the Digital Wellbeing Beta by joining the program via the Google Play Store.



Reader comments

Custom rom users where y'all at lmao

  • I'mPhone
  • 28 Nov 2019
  • 6c9

Just dispose of this rubbish phone already. Many other users complain of its reliability issue.

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