For every outgoing call, the Android mobile device users have a choice to change the call Id as per her / his choice. Some users don’t like to show their identity in the outgoing calls. In the situation, they may opt to hide or show their identity.
In Android 6.0.x Marshmallow, you may opt to change your identity in outgoing calls but if you feel any problem, you may see the instructions.
Note: The display of the Call Id depends upon the Phone carrier.
1: Tap the icon of the ‘Dialer’ app at the bottom left corner of the Home screen of your Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone and devices to open up the ‘Dialer’ app screen.2: At the ‘Dialer’ app screen, tap the 3-digit settings button on the top right corner of the screen but immediately below the status bar to open up a popup menu.3: At the popup menu, tap the ‘Settings’.4: At the ‘Settings’ screen, tap the ‘Calls’.5: At the ‘Call settings’ screen, tap the ‘Additional settings’.6: At the ‘Additional settings’ screen, see the ‘Caller ID’ is set as default which asks the OS to use the default operator settings to display my number in outgoing calls.7. If you want to change this option, tap it to open up a popup prompt with 3 options.7: If you choose the ‘Hide number, the number will be hidden in outgoing calls.
8: If you choose ‘Show number’, the number will be displayed in outgoing calls.
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Extra-long duration of outgoing calls may cause the excessive billing from the phone carriers which may be annoying. During some of the outgoing calls to the buddies or spouses, the time to manage becomes difficult. To avoid the excessive billing, you may need to be reminded that your call is getting unnecessarily longer.
One feature in the your Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone and device helps you to vibrate your phone after every minute to remind you that one more minute of our conversation has passed out. This is like a good idea to remind you to save time.
If you feel any problem to activate this feature, see the instructions.
1: Tap the icon of the ‘Dialer’ app at the bottom left corner of your Home screen of your Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone or device to open up the ‘Dialer’ app screen.2: At the ‘Dialer’ app screen, tap the 3-digit settings button, placed at the top right corner of the screen, immediately blow the status bar. It will open up a popup menu.3: Tap the ‘Settings’ at the popup menu.4: At the ‘Settings’ screen, tap the ‘Sounds and vibration’.5: At the ‘Sounds and vibration’ screen, see ‘Vibrate every minute’ is not checked, i.e. not enabled or activated.6: If you want to be reminded of the mark of passing time during outgoing calls after every 45 seconds, activate this feature by checking it.That’s all!
Sometimes, you feel need to analyze a specific callers’ number and the data related to them, such as, number of call, incoming and outgoing call, missed calls, duration of each call etc. It is easy in Android KitKat 4.4.2 phone.
Command Line: Phone Dialer > History > ALL / STATISTICS > Call details.
1: Tap the ‘Phone Dialer’ to open the phone dialer screen of Android KitKat 4.4.2 phone. 2: Tap ‘History’, available at the bottom left corner of the phone dialer screen. 3: If you want to see the latest record, it is available under the ‘ALL’. Tap the individual contact / caller number.4: See the individual ‘Call details’ will open up on the call details screen. Here, see the latest record of incoming and outgoing calls including the time and date of the call and minute details such as call duration in minutes and seconds is given. 5: If you want to see historical data, available in the Android KitKat phone as statistics, tap the STATISTIC on the ‘History’ screen to open up the detailed records. Alternatively, you may swipe the default screen with the help of your finger to the left and the details data will come before. Here, data is sorted by ascending order, i.e. highest record will come at the top.
6: To start from the top, tap the first caller record and its statistical details will open up, such as:
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