How To Block Caller ID On Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+

Have you ever experienced receiving an incoming call from an “Unknown” caller? The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are able to do this trick since it is a special feature which stops your phone number from displaying on your recipients’ screen. Whatever the reason this feature was invented or whatever the reason why you like to use this feature, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do this on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.
To start it with, here are some extra details before we show you how to use the Block Caller ID feature of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. What happens when you use this feature? It prevents the person you are calling to see your number when trying to reach them through a voice call. They would see a message on their screen saying that they’ve got a call from “Unknown Number” or “Private Number”.

How To Enable Unknown Caller ID On The Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+:

  1. Switch on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+
  2. Go to the Home Screen
  3. Open the Phone App
  4. Tap on the More option placed on the upper right part of the screen
  5. Once a pop-up menu shows up, tap on Settings
  6. Tap Show caller information to see when a call is from an unkown caller

If you decide to block the Caller ID feature of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, just tap on the option that says Hide Number. The setting for the Caller ID will be automatically activated. Take note that once you decide to turn on this feature, all the calls you’ll make from now on, even with families and friends, will go with the caller ID blocked. But if you like to disable it, just go back to the option where you activated it and just turn it off.
That’s basically everything you need to know for blocking the Caller ID feature of your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. If you have questions or suggestions, just comment it down below.

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