Android 6.0 Marshmallow was one of the good versions of Android, and it comes with lots of features. But there are some issues in the new version, and it was due to the vendor customization. There are some functionality and customization which is difficult for regular users to handle.
One of that issue is Call Settings Option. Previously, the Call settings option was available in the setting section itself, but now it is removed and integrated with the Call Log section. The new modification was a big problem for most of the users.
Most users are searching for the Call Settings option to set up Call Waiting and Call Forward option, but it’s difficult to find it normally since the new Android 6.0 comes with lots of features too. Now i will explain how to access the Call Settings option in your Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
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Step 1: Go to your Call logs section/Dialer section. Click on the Setting button on the top (3 dots at top).
Step 2: Then, a ‘Call Setting’ option will come. Click on that.
Step 3: In the next window, click on ‘Call Settings.’
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Step 4: In the next screen, click on ‘Voice Call.’
Step 5: In the next window, you can see the SIM Option if you have a dual SIM phone. Click on the desired SIM.
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Step 6: Now, you can see the Voice Call Settings section, where you can set call forwarding, call waiting, etc., like the older version.
Where is the call settings on android smartphone?
Even though the above steps are based on the old version of the Android phone, the settings option can be found something similar on all the phones, whether it is Android 9 Pie, Android 10, or even the latest Android 11. However, it is also to be noted that each smartphone manufacturer customizes each phone application based on their preference. Hence, the option can be a bit different for each device.
The general way to find the call setting is by clicking on the phone app on your mobile. Then click on the setting (3 dots at the top right corner). From the option, click on Settings. You can find all the options under the call settings in the next window, including Calling Account management, Call recording (if available), etc.
Click on the Calling account to manage the settings preferred to each SIM on your phone. Select the SIM as per choice, and you can find additional settings such as WiFi Calling, Video Calling option, Call Forwarding, Call barring, etc.
If you are using Google Phone as the default Phone app, the settings will be the same. But as said before, due to the customization by the manufacturer, some options might be disabled.
11 thoughts on “Find Call Settings Option on Android Smartphone”
I am not getting those options mentioned by you. My phone is installed with Android 6.0.1 Handset ‘one plus X’ oxygen OS.
can you tell me please, are you able to see any menu there?
Your instructions are completely wrong. I have a stock Nexus 6 with Android 6 and nothing you describe even remotely looks like what exists on my phone. Thanks for nothing.
sorry to hear that, can you please tell me what are the option available for you from the call log menu.
my phone can not answer calls when you cal it not going thru
can you please specify what screen you are getting
Thank you dear. You solved my problem.
Happy to hear that.
Kisi number ki call history nikalne ka
My phone is iball 4ge mania , in this phone there are only 3 sub menus in Dialer 1) Call history 2) New Contact 3) Fav Click Action.
what option you are looking for ?