How to work around ‘until next alarm bug’ in Marshmallow
It looks as if suers who’ve upgraded to the latest version of Android, Marshmallow 6.0.1 have noticed that the option to toggle Do Not Disturb “until next alarm” has gone missing.
If the option has gone missing on your own Android handset, there’s a handy workaround posted by the Android Police that will have it back onto your smartphone quickly, letting you use it until Google figures out a fix. Here’s how.
Other Android fans report the feature missing in earlier builds as well, so if it’s off your own phone, you can fix it quickly.
Simply turn off the automatic date function in your settings menu and change the date manually to either before December 25 or after January 1st. When you do so, you should be able to see the Until Next Alarm option returned.
The other option, of course, is just to wait until January 1st and it should all resolve itself. Google should patch in the next release and it won’t be an issue next Christmas day.
While it’s not a huge issue, those of us who count on the feature should now be abe to work around it until January 1st.
Via: Android Police