If you don’t want your game to be cut off in Hearthstone, Clash Royale or any other trendy game on mobile devices, you can avoid being called for a certain amount of time and thus end the game successfully.
If you are going to play from home, from the office or from anywhere where you can connect to a WiFi network, it will be easier. The luck of the WiFi connection is that you can activate it manually once you have connected the airplane mode.
To make sure you don’t get calls you will have to connect the airplane mode of the phone and all networks will be disconnected. Once they are all disconnected you can manually activate the WiFi and play without fear that an inopportune call will cut you off.
When you finish and there are no risks, you will be able to deactivate airplane mode again and your phone will return to normal, allowing you to receive calls again.
If you are going to play using the data rate and not the WiFi, the airplane mode trick will not work because it is deactivated using this mode. But there is another way to do it. You can divert incoming calls for the duration of the game so you don’t get interrupted and don’t lose in the game.
To be able to divert calls you will have to decide where you want to divert them. BGo to another phone number you have (the one at work, for example), to the landline at home, to that of our partner, our roommate or our own voice mailbox. This last option will be the most useful if we don’t have someone willing to sacrifice for us and receive our calls during the game.
To divert them, you will only have to use the Android phone dialer and type * 21 * accompanied by the number to which we want to divert calls. Once we enter the number, just press the call button and we will have completed the process and we can play without risk of being cut off.
Once you want to leave the phone as it was and remove the call forwarding, you will have to follow the same process but entering # 21 # and the phone dialer, which will allow us to receive all calls again.