We need to turn OFF the display of the phone's number on outgoing calls.
I've found several things on the Internet that show how to do this. They ALL (so far) send me into phone/settings/calls then tell me to select "MORE SETTINGS" I DO NOT have a "more settings". I have an "additional settings" where that would be, but all that's in there is TTY mode and Hearing aids.
How do I turn on and off the display of the phone number when making calls?
I dont know how to block outgoing calls especially ISD calls in my N5 (updated to 4.4.4) all information in the net tells only to block incoming calls. Unfortunately due to oversight i dialled ISD number and it went on for 1 min charging me heavily.
Is there a fast way to add the number one in front of all out going calls? And also when setting up the phone number in the contacts list? My husband and I both have Iphones and I set up my phone numbers with the area code included. But recently when I called his phone, his phone never rang and went straight to voicemail. He did not receive the voicemail for more than an hour after I called him. If I had been in an emergency he would not have received the message. We called our provider ATT which had this answer.....even though I had the area code included I should have had the number one in front of the area code and then the call would have gone through.
ATT states that this is a "new regulation" that is going through the FCC. If that is true then I think 99.9% of the population has not heard of it. If that is true then why doesn't the newest phone - the Iphone 4S - have a capability to auto set the number one before dialing and auto set the fact that a phone number is required to have the area code with each phone number that is stored. I look forward to any resolutions to my question. Otherwise it is another manual job of going thru each phone contact and adding the information "required" by the FCC.
I have Verizon. Is there any way to program my contact list to show my number on some outgoing calls but not others? I know where to change the setting to show the number or not, I'm just wondering if I have to change it each time I make a call to a specific contact.
I have an Iphone 4 and I just changed my number. After changing it ( last weekend) my phone has not let me receive or send texts or calls. Also, when I go to message settings on my phone my old number is still there and idk how to put in my new one. I have already tried resetting network settings. but that hasn't worked....
I have a S2 on UK Vodafone contract even though I am currently living in NZ. My phone is a UK model.UK Vodafone have terminated the Passport service as of 1st November which means I now go on to NZ roaming which at �1.65/NZ$3.30 a minute is somewhat steep - I also pay that amount for the incoming call.I now need to block all incoming calls on my phone so as I am not tempted to answer calls at odd times of the day or night (quite hard when we are 13 hours ahead of UK and totally out of sync with them) and pay extortionate amounts of money BUT I need to leave the phone available to make and receive text messages.It is not as easy as to just get a NZ phone contract as this was my life line with friends and family in UK until my provider pulled the passport service so need to disable the phone I have.how to do this so as I can still send/receive text but NOT receive voice calls on my S2?
I want to block one specific number ans maybe even forward it to another non working number. I have an S5 thru Sprint and I cant figure out how to do this. There are tons of apps out here. I can believe an app like what Im describing doesn't exist.
I just got my wife the S6 Edge on Verizon this past weekend. While everything seems to be awesome, she is now telling me that she doesn't get a ringing when she dials out unless she puts it on speaker phone. Tried turning off Advanced Calling, multiple reboots, soft reset, and a factory data reset. Nothing seems to fix it.
Is this a setting that I'm missing? Or a bad device?
So I just bought the S5 a few weeks ago and am having trouble pairing it to my Acura RDX. The previous two droids I had seemed to have no problem with this.
-The S5 is paired with the car, when an incoming call comes in the phone rings and so does the speakers in my car. I simply just hit the answer button on the steering wheel and it answers the call.
-The problem: So now I want to make a call and this is where the problem occurs. On my previous Droids I would just pull up the contact and click the phone dial button. After doing this the phone audio would automatically bump over to my car speakers as soon as the line started to ring.
-On the S5 I would go to a contacts name or dial a number and it never kicks over to the car speakers, I have to manually click the bluetooth icon in the corner of the screen every time. Its weird that it works fine for incoming calls, but when placing a call I have to select the bluetooth icon.
Brand new here. I recently just went from iPhone to a galaxy s5. I'm with Verizon. For some reason when I try to make a phone call it's says Dialing then it ends the call before it starts to ring. I can get incoming calls fine. As you see in the picture it keeps saying cancelled. It doesn't matter who I try to call, it says cancelled. I've already done a factory reset and I've taken my sim card out n put it back in.
I'm looking for a Call Blocker App that can block all calls except from contacts I put in a Whitelist and that blocks the call before the call connects/rings from the caller side.
There are many Call Blocker Apps on the Play Store that can block all calls except from contacts in a Whitelist, but all the ones I've tried so far connect/ring before the call is disconnected, so the caller can here the phone ring/connect before the App rejects/disconnects it, therefore the caller can workout that the call has been blocked/rejected.
I'm from the UK and have a stock/un-rooted Samsung Galaxy S6 running Android 5.0.2, so I'm looking for an App that doesn't require my phone to be rooted.
For the last few days all of my calls are breaking up on incoming and outgoing. At first I thought that it was the other person that I was talking to but after doing many calls, it is my phone.Is there anything I could do to get this problem solved?
I've just upgraded my Galaxy S II to ICS, and since upgrading I can't receive any phone calls from a specific number. However, I don't actually receive any phone call, just a missed call in my call log, with a weird symbol (attached). I can't find this symbol in the user-manual, or via a Google search.I'm on O2, and the caller has a HTC Desire (Froyo) on Vodafone.