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Make sure you've put your phone number on the government's do not call list: [link]
And if you have an Android phone using Google's Phone app you can now have spam calls go straight to voicemail! Go to Phone App-> Settings-> Caller ID & spam-> Filter suspected spam calls.
I think it's the later versions of Google's Phone app
Edit: Quote the Play Store page
>Avoid unwanted calls - Screen spam, scams and other unwanted calls. Get real-time transcription and block unwanted callers so you never hear from them again. (Available in US English on Pixel devices)
I'm pretty sure it's part of the default Android "Phone" app (as in, the actual app called "Phone").
You can find it on the app store here but I'm not sure if installing it works (you'd probably have to set it as the default calling app).
No Android é mais fácil do que isso até, basta usar o Phone by Google. Ele identifica e bloqueia automaticamente números de telemarketing e números reconhecidos como spam. Alguma coisa acaba passando, mas reduziu em uns 95% as chamadas que eu recebia.
Kör du Android så fungerar Googles telefonapp på hyfsat många enheter nu. Den är bra på att blocka spam även i Sverige. Jag kör visserligen betaversionen, vet inte om det är stor skillnad mot releaseversionen.
If I understand correctly, you can only make calls on Android with apps, the default on the Pixel being the 'Phone' app (made by Google).
I use the Google phone app which has spam filtering options. Not perfect, but decent enough.
You can also set it to announce a caller id, which can be good if he might want to know who's calling without the effort of picking up the phone.
Others ideas of friends and family only is also a good move. If you have his Google account info * you can actually organise / arrange people into favourites online so could add new numbers remotely.
(* You probably want this - my dad died of cancer a few years ago and passwords etc were a total mess. His email started sending spam shortly after he died and trying to access and disable the account was extra baggage I didn't need)
If you have android, the google phone app (the one native to the pixel and nexus) has a fantastic spam detector. Link here
True. Ideally Apple should unbundle apps so that they can upgrade just those critical components. I know Apple won't go to such an extreme but Google actually unbundled the "Phone" app on android and regularly provides updates to it via the Play Store! I'm not kidding. Here it is listed on the play store: [link]
Google's already done this in their Phone app (as in, their official Phone app, this one). Any number that's already marked as "spam" by them simply doesn't ring your phone nor does it go to voicemail.
>I also don't understand why it's so hard for carriers to validate the legitimacy of a call.
Hard? Nah. Money? Yup. Why do something that doesn't really inconvenience them if it would cost more money? Plus now they get to do nothing and charge you to do something instead. Double win for them.
Can you install Google’s phone app? It has built in spam protection (if enabled). [link] You might have to change it to the default dialer if Samsung lets you (maybe other Samsung users can chime in).
>Then load the play store link ON A DESKTOP BROWSER and you can remotely install on your phone through the play store. It won't let you install through the app.
This is built into the Google Dialer app (which you can find here). The dialer on the G5 is the standard AOSP dialer app (which doesn't come with this feature).
Hope this solves your problem!
Não funciona com este? Se não dá não é só questão de teres apagado a app do dialler, deves ter apagado mais qualquer coisa.
A alternativa é voltar a instalar a ROM. Se fizeste root o processo deve ser semelhante. Aproveita e instala uma custom ROM que já vem limpa e sem bloatware (cyanogenmod por exemplo)
There is no need to buy a Pixel, just install the Phone by Google app, it has pretty much the same spam protection:
T-Mobile should just bite the bullet and allow the official <strong>Phone by Google</strong> app to access T-Mobile's Visual voicemails, just like Apple's iPhones do. I am not sure what T-Mobile stands to gain by forcing Android users to use their horribly outdated and ugly <strong>T-Mobile Visual Voicemai</strong>l app.
No, you can just download Google's dialer app: [link]
The spam call filtering is literally insane. I used to get upwards of half a dozen spam calls a week. I get maybe one every 2-3 months now because of Google's dialer.
In Phone by Google on Play Store it says:
>Call recording 1
Record your phone calls to capture important information for reference later. Everyone hears a disclosure when the recording starts so they’re aware, and recordings are saved on your phone.
>1 Available only on some devices that have Phone pre-installed.
Sign up as a beta tester for the Google Phone Dialer app [link]
Then turn on the setting to filter spam calls: [link]
I currrently use the Hangouts Dialer (I use Google Voice, so it's the only dialer that's available), but the standard Google Dialer is really good.
ExDialer is really customizable and has theme support (linked app is a trial, if you like it, support the developer and buy it!).
The Phone app by Google automatically does this. You can download it here but I don't know if it's compatible with all phones, mine came with it
Se hai android, quella di default Google (questa) mi sembra faccia un buon lavoro. Ma non so se ti permette di installarla...
You also don't need to have a Pixel to use the Pixel dialer. I've got it installed on my One Plus 8 and the dialer will tell me if a call is possible spam before I answer it.
On Android there is a great solution that is free and you keep your number. Replace your current default phone app with Google Dialer
Try installing this and setting it as your spam block app and phone app. It might help.
For me the setting is located under application manager > "default apps" but may vary for you
Edit: make sure to turn on spam filtering within the settings of the app itself, too.
Its very awkward with their beta stuff. Sometimes it takes a while sometimes it's a different link. It's always kinda weird. It should look like this if you are enrolled and at the right page.
I just got it working on my OP 7T Pro and so glad to be back to it. I like it so much better than any other dialer.
>Xiaomi Mi5 running LOS16. I am using Google phone(v40) app as the default... While recieving calls there is a delay and the screen does not show the contact instantly and the app is slow too....
The Google Phone app is not part of LineageOS. You could try:
* Set the stock LineageOS Phone app as default & reboot. Check if there is the same lag.
* Check Phone app Help - Google Support
* Reboot, reproduce the problem & capture a logcat. In it search for com.google.android.dialer errors (E/).
* Did you get the Google Phone app through installing a GApps package? If so which one exactly?
* If you downloaded it, where did you get it from?
I've had good luck with Google's phone/dialer app: [link]
I haven't used Should I Answer so I can't provide a direct comparison.
Are you able to install the Google Phone app from the Play Store? I've been able to do that on my G7 and G8, but I can't remember if it worked back when I had a V30.
> Is it just a Pixel thing?
The call screening is just a Pixel thing, but the spam filtering may be available to you. Can you use the Google phone app?
I'm on Android 7.1 and don't have this. Just checked and I'm unable to install the original Phone app. Guess I'm carrier limited or vendor locked.
The Google Phone app makes a notification during ongoing calls, which can be intercepted by AutoNotification and used in conjunction with the Not Proximity State:
State: Not Proximity Sensor
State: AutoNotification Intercept [
Persistency Type: Persistent Only
Notification Apps: Phone
Notification Text: ^(Dialing|.+ call)$ (regex) ]
Enter: Speakerphone On
A1: Speakerphone [
Exit: Speakerphone Off
A1: Speakerphone [
If you installed GApps the default dialer got replaced. Installed this and let me know if it improves at all:
It was part of stock Android 6+ and Google's Phone app:
Your best bet is to use T-Mobile Visual Voicemail:
or check XDA forums for a hacked version of Google's that you can sideload onto that Note.
I think he means the Google Dialer: [link]
Unfortunately that one isn't avalaible for everyone unless you fiddle around with your phone (root etc.). If you really want it I'd suggest googling on how to get it for your phone.
It may show up as unavailable for you:
What platform are you using? The stock dialer on many systems (such as CyanogenMod/LineageOS dialer, which are based on AOSP) is nearly identical to the one Google has on the Play Store.
my 3t comes tomorrow, i have a tmobile sim too so i'll look into it, hopefully somebody else can comment too
also are you using the google phone app? try that if u can
Maybe try downloading this app? It's made by google and it's basically an upgrade from the stock phone app. Not sure if it works on BLU devices though.
If it says it's incompatible with your phone, just get some other 3rd party phone app.
Use the stock Google Phone app, works great. Assuming you're running marshmallow or higher.
If you can't install it, you can grab an older apk that should work from APK mirror.
It actually is on the Play store, but it's not that easy to search for. Just go to Google and search for: Google phone app. You'll see a result for an app that's simply called "Phone". That's the one.
Nope - I meant Google Dialer. Apparently the play store is just listed as "Phone," though. Apparently Google has only made it available to certain devices. Other users on the Note 5 just sideloaded, but some other folks are reporting being able to view/install it (specifically a user with an LG G Stylo).
Is this the app you're referring to? [link]
If so, it says "*This app update is supported on Nexus, Android One and Google Play Edition devices running Android Marshmallow and above."
If you use android, you can use Phone by google
They Spam filter that you can enable. it is not fool proof, some get through.
It's under Settings > Caller Id & Spam > Filter spam calls.
When you receive calls from a number you can then Block/report spam.
I had a bunch spam of calls that would dial and then hang up (waiting for me to call back) and it took a few days of blocking and not answering before they gave up.
Hope you find some success and getting them to stop.
Sounds like you need the Google phone app. The Verizon app is probably locked to Verizon which you don't have anymore.
Try that. Otherwise 🤷♂️
Google & Duo = Apple & Facetime
You can install the official Google dialer from the Play Store to your Samsung phone, then you can video call people (via Duo) natively from the Dialer.
I'd try to install Google Phone and see if it resolves the issue. Maybe Oneplus did make some changes to the Google app that made it incompatible with Mint's VM.
Have you tried another phone app?
Google phone app but im guessing theres many more: [link]
The reviews for the google phone app are a bit bad though, seems like a lot of people are having issues due to android 12.
You can do it.
Setup sim for data.
Settings>connections> sim card manger : select the sim card you would like to use for data as primary sim under preferred sim.
Download Google diaper from play store and install.
Open Google phone diaper app, click 3 did on top to open settings>calling accounts> make calls : select sim card too make calls. This sim card will work as default sim for calls.
Then you can use either Google diaper or Samsung diaper for calls. Calls will be routed through the SIM you selected.
Try the Phone app:
Mine is working fine on the Pixel 6. Tho, it doesn't do transcribing because Verizon. 🙄
If you don't have it, you may need to wade thru support. Personally, I think it's due to Verizon and might depend on if you had it enabled with them, if you ever had Verizon.
Heb je een Android? Installeer de Google Telefoon en stel deze als standaard telefoon-app in. Via de instellingen van deze app kun je verdachte telefoontjes laten markeren/blokkeren. Heeft bij mij flink geholpen!
The Google phone app does the same for voice calls. Suspected spam still rings but warns you. I think it straight blocks obvious spam.
Look in your data usage in your phone (not the Tracfone app). It shows you which apps are using the most and how much.
A bigger concern is privacy. Those so-called unwanted call blocker apps do block some junk calls. But they make money by harvesting your contacts list (and anything else you allowed in permissions during setup), to collect more information about you and names (& addresses) and phone numbers of your contacts. This collected info is sold to data aggregators, who add it to what they already know about you and resell it to other data aggregators for marketing purposes. And when the data ends up in the wrong hands like scammers, con artists, etc. (and it does), They have a treasure-trove of info about people you know, so they can call them and rattle off info about the person from info that was scraped from these anti-spam phone apps.
There are better anti-spam methods than these data-miner apps. For example, my Tracfone number uses a T-mobile SIM. T-mobile verifies calls based on network info and displays such on incoming calls. Other Tracfone carriers may also do the same.
If you use Android, install "Phone by Google" app. It replaces your device's native phone app and has several anti-spam anti-robocaller features. And although google (already) has your data, it data won't be sold. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer
You might try temporarily replacing the Samsung phone app with Phone by Google. It's the default phone app used on all Pixel phones and has visual voicemail. It also has better spam blocking tools than Samsung. If you don't like it or if it doesn't help, just uninstall it and it will make your Samsung phone app the default again.
You need to leave mobile data on. If background data usage is an issue, go through your apps and don't permit them to use background mobile data or background battery, with exceptions for important apps like phone & messages. Turn off sync in your email apps and check for new mail manually by swiping down in the message list screen.
Since the spammers use caller ID spoofing, there's only so much Ooredoo can do.
Install Truecaller or Phone by Google if on Android. It's user submission-based so not perfect, but it should warn you about potential spam calls.
Then I would look into installing something like this or a similar app, there's a bunch of them out there: [link]
Another alternative is going back to T-mobile if that feature is so important for you.
Eu uso o app "Phone by Google" da própria Google no app store, já que o app que veio era da Samsung.
Dependendo qual a marca do celular o app é diferente.
Lá no app da google tem opção para "Identificador de chamadas e spam"
Have you tried the "Phone by Google" app? While I'm not using an S21, that app is what made visual VM work for me (Pixel 4A).
Let's see if Reddit will allow me to post a Play Store URL:
>I haven't used a Samsung in years but I remember hating the interface.
If you could tell me the last one you used I could tell you if it's significantly different or not. Samsung changed UI's a few years ago, most people would say modern One UI is better than the old TouchWiz.
>Google Photos as the main gallery
Not really, Samsung Gallery is one app you can't disable. Though you could ignore it, hide the icon, and get Google Photos in the Play Store.
Samsung has their own software for this but I just use Google Phone.
Not sure what you mean by this. If you mean Google Assistant responding to your voice then yes, S20 FE has that.
>using stock Google's apps
Most are in the Play Store. The biggest one that's missing is Gcam, which you can sideload if you want. You can't always uninstall or disable Samsung's apps however, unless you use ADB commands.
If you have not already, sign up to the donotcall register, but don't expect it to help much at all.
Also on Android phones try installing the Truecaller or Google's Pixel phone app, [link] which has caller ID blocking built in.
That's not correct, see quote below from their play store description, it's only select countries.
Screen unknown callers 1,2
Call Screen answers unknown callers, filters out detected spammers without interrupting you and helps you learn more about callers that you don’t recognise before you pick up.
Visual voicemail 1,3
Check your messages without needing to call your voicemail – view and play them in any order, read transcriptions, and delete or save them directly from the app.
Emergency support 1,4
See your current location when you make an emergency call, and share information about the assistance that you require, along with your location, to the emergency operator without speaking.
Phone app is available on most Android devices running Android™ 9.0 and above.
1 Available only on some devices that have Phone pre-installed.
** 2 Automatic screening is available in the US only, English only. Manual screening is available in US, CA only, English only. Call Screen may not detect all robocalls or spam calls. **
3 Transcription is available in the US only, English only.
4 Available in Australia, the United Kingdom and the US only, English only.
I'm just using the default phone app for my moto g power, and I had it before and after I recently upgraded to Android 11. When I get a call I have the bouncing answer button, and above that there's a screen call or reply button. If I click the screen call button, I see the text read out to the caller and have options on how to continue the conversation, but I've never had a real caller on the screening service so I don't know how well the transcription works.
E: Yep, I'm using the Google phone app
VVM with the Phone by Google app only works for some phones.
> Available only on some devices that have Phone pre-installed.
The issue is samsung has modified android a lot. Its not that the things you want cant be done on android its that you have to figure out how samsung has changed it and what you need to fix it.
Just switching to the google phone
might be enough but you will have to play with it.
Aggiungili TUTTTI allo stesso contatto in rubrica così almeno ti rimane anche se cambi telefono.
App: consiglio di installare telefono google
Io ho samsung quindi uso il dialer samsung che ha le stesse funzioni (riconosce già di suo molti numeri spam)
There's no way to stop spammers from using your number to spoof their Caller ID.
For incoming junk calls, make sure "Filter Spam" is enabled in GV settings. If you weren't using your GV# for business, you could turn on DND but exclude people in your contacts, so only calls from contacts would ring through. Another option is to forward GV calls to your cell number and use your phone app's built-in spam screening tools. Phone by Google app uses Google Assistant to screen calls, and it is excellent. Not sure about similar options for apple phones.
I'm so dense sometimes, sorry about that. Should have included instructions.
The old method: '*#272*IMEI#' doesn't work anymore for newer Android releases on Samsung devices. What you'd need to do is Download Google Dialer, enter '*#*#27262826#*#*' and select desired CSC.
More on CSC's HERE.
Do a search for sound in the phone's Settings. The phone's Notification sound can be changed there.
If the above doesn't help, install the Phone by Google app and make it your default dialer/phone app.
try it one of two ways:
in the stock samsung dialer, dial * #272 * your imei #
your imei being your phone's imei
if that doesnt work for you, download the google phone app:
then dial ##27262826##
when the menu opens, select XAA
If you can't get it to work on your account and if you have an Android Phone that doesn't have the official Google Phone dialer app, get it in the Google Play store. Make it your default Phone dialer and turn on> Caller & Spam ID.
Google Call is just a new name for their <strong>Phone by Google</strong> app, which was recently made available for many other Android phones that didn't come with it pre-installed.
If you have an Android phone, upgrade your Phone's dialer with the official one from Google, which has Spam fighting tools built-in. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer
There you go you arrogant bastard.
Use google dialer. [link] . enable SPAM options.
use DND app. check you status and report all calls that you dont want. it helps. [link]
I usually say that I am a student when i get such calls. ask them to give me CC or personal loans. such calls tend to reduce as they will remove you from their call list.
I'd recommend the Google apps.
Phone by Google [link]
They're both clean, simple, and they they're capable of dark mode.
I love them way more than the stock dialer/messages app on my Samsung.
That is also what I'm talking about. I didn't think the Google dialer was installable on samsung devices. What's this link look like to you? [link]
I tried it but sometimes my voice is not audible to other side. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer .
I've heard success switching to the Google dialer (if on android) has better spam blocking than spamblock from tmo. Haven't tried it though.
I'd suggest installing Google Phone and turning on Spam filter. Even though it doesn't completely stops, it helps. Also if you have T-mobile you can call #662# to enable spam filter from T-mobile
Hey, I just installed Google phone app and it is working, but sadly no call screening. By all accounts I've found, it has been exclusive to Pixel devices, but Ive seen Google reference. "... and other selected Android devices...". So I guess we were lucky to have previewed it.
Google supposedly has the best spam detection, but I haven't been getting many spam calls lately. I kinda prefer Samsung phone ui, esp swipe actions.
Anyway, if you wanna install it, become a beta tester
>([link]) , it says my phone isnt compatible but my phone is running android 9 and description says Nougat and above are supported so ideally it should work. What can I do?
Does not install, like the other comments in that thread :(
Try here. Worked for me on my 7 Pro.
If you meant "not for me" as in it's not your cup of tea, than please ignore this.
Google Phone App (Beta) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer&hl=en Version: 54.0.328846273-publicbeta(6302238) I'm receiving voicemails from calls flagged as spam (Stupid extended warranty calls) No ringing just a notification that I have a voicemail. Pixel4 xl Is this a bug or I just haven't noticed it before?
Go here and enroll in beta first: [link]
Then load the play store link ON A DESKTOP BROWSER and you can remotely install on your phone through the play store. It won't let you install through the app.
Here you go buddy. Disable your native phone app and use the google one. THis should have VVM on it.
Can you install Google Phone App on MIUI 12 QFAMIXM? If yes, what is your region?
APKMirror, Google Play
And I mean the regular app, not Google Phone Go version (APKMirror)
Google Voice is not available to you on your now Fi Google account. The voicemail transcriptions can be found in your phone app under the voicemail section. I assume you'd need to use the google phone dialer to access them. [link]
If you set up hangouts for texts you can also get the voicemail transcription as a message in there. Go to hangouts.google.com, navigate to the settings scroll to the bottom and tick the box under the Google Fi heading.
Hey I just installed this on my Xperia 1. I mean I was using the older version of it. Like v40 but this is v46 now.
I guess you should try this link
Didn't even realize that's not how it works in iOS, that's really a shame.
Is there a reason why it's not updated through app store? Even Google's "Phone" app is updated through the Play Store.
У Гугла стандартная звонилка делает это же всё, даже ничего ставить не надо. Так же база формируется по отзывами и можно автоматически все скидывать и блокировать. Просто производителя ставят всякую дрисню вместо дефолтной звонилки.
Set default in Apps>Default Apps>Phone
Also allow overlay permission for bubblehead.
Ok, so try this. Download this app from APK Mirror [link] OR the play store [link]
It's the phone app that comes with the pixel lineup and Android one phones I think. It has built in free spam protection and caller ID. I love the caller ID feature cuz when I call restaurants or when they call me, it labels them and I know what it is. I get next to nothing in terms of spam calls. It works great and it's free.
I don't know if the app will work, but if it does, just go into the settings and go to caller ID and spam. Let me know how it goes.
EDIT: Sorry, I just saw that you don't wanna replace your regular calling app, so this reply may not be for u. But ive used Samsung's before and I always end up using this dialer instead of Samsung's one. Just my opinion.
everything is updated, thats weird...You using this one?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer&hl=en
Edit: I have the G8s if that is the problem maybe...
I never talked about iphone. I wrote "Phone app". This app:
Also, an app doesn't have to be a dialer in order to block calls.
It can just listen to calls-related events and act accordingly.
In fact it doesn't even have to be a dialer app to trigger dialing to someone. It just needs the Phone permission for this.
ok my version of phone is 33.0.249 --> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer
which pixel do you own?
u/DellCares -- Just wanted to update you on this. Basically, Google has the wrong CallerID name associated with your 800-456-3355 number. They have "Oklahoma Federal Credit Union", so for anyone who uses Google Phone App on Android ([link]) and doesn't already have a contact saved with that number on your phone it shows the Credit Union. I assume they got mixed up somehow with the branch at your DellEMC OKC Campus. I'm not even sure how you fix this, maybe you know someone over at Google.
Hope that helps!!!
The setting would be in the phone application itself.
If you fail to find the setting or there isn't you could try setting up an alternative application to handle calls
Have you tried the Google dialer?
actually it has been here for 2 months
in the canadian playstore an update of the phone app introduced
the feature last month and the last update of the phone app says
Avoid unwanted calls - Screen spam, scams and other unwanted calls. Get real-time transcription and block unwanted callers so you never hear from them again. (Available in US English on Pixel devices)
so now i think the feature is blocked wither by crtc or the phone service providers and usually you shoudnt be able to download apps that are for usa only ... and why i think it is blocked by bell rogers etc ... they do the same with visual voicemail introduced with the pixel 2 xl and they even block volte on the pixel 3
nope! by native i mean in the regular phone app which comes predownloaded, no separate app at all. if you look at the pictures it lists visual voicemail as a feature on several carriers, plus i read several others not listed there also have visual voicemail by default?
Rolling out in the Play Store beta channel, go to the bottom of the listing and opt in for the beta
Could you confirm if the Google Phone app is able to be installed?
How about the Google Dialer ?
The default Android Phone app does this now too. Spam calls can be filtered so they don't disturb you at all.
You can review almost anything on Android, except for OS-level features. Like you can't review settings, the notification shade, etc., but you can review the stock phone app, the messages app, or even the camera app.
These are all google apps, but any manufacturer that updates their default apps via play store also opens those apps up for review via the play store. IMO it doesn't make sense why you can't review Apple Maps or Files; yes those are bundled with the OS, but they're not a core part of the OS, and there are plenty of competing apps that users may want to compare them with.
Still runs Android: [link]
Go here and enroll in beta first: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.google.android.dialer?authuser=0&hl=en
Io toglierei truecaller, qua un altro link
>Potete consigliarmi un metodo efficace per limitare queste seccature?
O non rispondi più a numeri non memorizzati oppure appena senti che è per gas/luce appendi un 1 decimo di secondo, blocchi e segnali il numero.
Se usi android c'è l'app telefono di google che integra antispam e segnalazione
I use the google phone dialer
It's part of the standard Android dialer: [link]
It's been a life saver.
The phone app or V13?
The phone app is on the play store: [link]
Note: Android 6.0 minimum
Use Google phone app.
Did this instead:
"The Phone app has a fresh new look. And coming soon - Dark mode."
Sorry for your loss of privacy and all of your friend's. To help you recover, I propose this one.
I have the same problem. I'm running lineage-15.1-20180305-nightly-dumpling-signed.zip + open_gapps-arm64-8.1-nano-20180303.zip.
My first suspicion was that I installed these apps recently:
But uninstalling them and wiping cache doesn't help. It happens only if I insert two SIM cards.
Until this gets fixed here is a workaround which I found:
My suspicion is that it could be something related to encryption because some files not accessible to the system before I unlock the phone but that's just my guess - I don't have much knowledge about Android or LineageOS internals.
There's a very good alternative called Phone.
The phone app is available to be downloaded in the Play Store if you have Marshmallow or higher.
Is this it?
Google's built in dialer does this too
this is the latest but you might not have it. Are you in the US ?
Linkme: Google Dialer
Bot linked the wrong app
Yup. Folks can sideload it with varying degrees of success but it's only officially supported on the devices I mentioned.
You joke, but on Android it's a standard app like any other. [link]
What phone do you have and what country are you in? I ask because when they first gave the feature to us here in the US, it was only on phones who have the Google Phone app as a pre-installed app (meaning Pixel phones).
According to this YouTube video they posted last week it's currently only available in the US, Canada, and Japan: [link]. I could have sworn that I saw them mention Australia somewhere though. I would sign up for Beta version of the app because if they are working on availability in other countries and you are in the beta program then you will get to try the feature before anyone else. I just signed up for the beta program the other day and it was open here in the US which was a shocker, but it may be different in your country. Here is the link to the phone app in the US Play Store. So you will obviously have to find the one for your country being that I don't know where you are.
Also, I'm not sure if the blog is also different in your country but I stay on top of the articles posted to their blog. You can sign up for email updates. They usually post articles about the latest and even upcoming features and devices. If you click the hamburger icon (vertical ellipsis) on the top left you can read articles only on specific topics instead of having to read each individual post throughout the entire blog.
Hmm I had something else to link here for you, but I forget what. If I remember I'll come back and post it. But I've been talking to Google a lot lol for various reasons so if I end up talking to that department I can ask a rep for you if you let me know what country. Sometimes they claim they don't know anything when they sure do lol but other times they are very open information!
Σαν extra το android έχει ενσωματωμένο call blocker που είναι αξιοπρεπέστατο. [link]
If you are on Android you can use Google's phone app. It does an excellent job blocking spam.
The Google Phone app does all these and then some more.
I wonder if Google's dialer would work or be better. Been forever since I've had a Samsung.
Or look on apkmirror
Try this link
Have a check around the Play store for other apps that are like Truecaller that may offer SMS and call blocking without the need for registration. Being honest, I've not looked myself, but maybe the standard Google dialer and SMS apps might do the trick when installed:
Google SMS app:
Bisogna installare l'App telefono di Google... [link]
Yeah like Google's: [link]
If that doesn't work it sounds like maybe something your carrier is doing...
Why would the Pixel have a 3rd party dialer? It's just called phone and it's by Google. Way to spam around here.
Ma il dialer, non é quello di Google, che sta anche sul play store?
The app says it is incompatible with my device. Think I could sideload the APK?
Stock Android Phone app on 8.0 Beta, Nexus 6P
Oh yikes. Here's the Google dialer if you just want something simple
Caller ID for unknown numbers isn't an AOSP feature, it's a Google Dialer feature.
I have a OP3
Is it just the Hangouts Dialer?
Found it [link]
it's definitly not on stock: [link] & [link]
We're talking about this app, right? [link]
Shows it was last updated in May.
Will this web link work?
The Google Phone app is in the Play Store.
You can't really get rid of it, but you can download an other phone dialer app, e.g. google's
I'm talking about this app'
First, I'd suggest asking Tello customer service to assign you a new phone number, and explain the amount of spam calls and texts you have been receiving, and that you've only been assigned the number for whatever number of days.
That's a good idea in any case, even if are able to disable / silence notifications on the apps, because there could be a point at which you'll need to use the 'real' number for something that won't accept a Google Voice number.
As to your main question:
The first problem is the the seemingly easy method, reducing "Ringtone" volume to zero under Settings > Sound > Volume (depending on your OEM) can also lead to the "Notification sound" volume being dropped to zero, which you probably don't want to be forced on you as a setting. (Depending on setup and OEM, it could also result in Google Voice incoming call notifications being silenced.)
So then the second problem is that different Android OEMs have introduced different abilities to change notification levels for the 'system apps' that control the phone. So you can play around under Settings > Apps (or Apps & Notifications) > App Info. Then look for the three dots for more options, and select 'Show system app' if necessary.
Depending on your version / UI, you might see Call Management, Call Screen, and/or Call Services, or the like, and when you click into each, and then 'App Notifications', you might be able to disable the notifications of various phone activities.
But probably the easier option is to install the vanilla Phone by Google app:
When you first run it, you can generally make it your default calling app. You can then change all the notification settings for that app in Android settings, thus obtaining fine-level control over how calls to that number cause the phone to behave.
The same goes for the messaging default apps installed by your OEM. Within the app notification settings, you might have the ability to silence notification for the default OEM messages app (differently named based on OEM, but usually with the word messages in it).
If you don't, or want a better level of control, install the Messages app from Google:
Tenta esse aqui, do próprio Google. [link]
Install Phone app from Google
Also get the dialer, which does the same thing but for incoming calls: [link]
>u/saint-lascivious - Devices that think they're Pixels/make a food enough job of pretending can make use of this also.
>My point was, call recording does exist in Google Phone.
But it does not work on my device.
As posted above, stock LineageOS Phone app (com.android.dialer) records calls on my Galaxy S5 G900M LineageOS 18.1 klte build 2021-08-01 + MindTheGapps + Magisk 23.0 because it's legal where I am located currently.
Installed Phone by Google (com.google.android.dialer) from Play Store, set as default phone app, granted the required permissions, rebooted: no record call button when receiving or making calls & no Google Phone app > Settings > Call recording option as mentioned in the article you linked to.
Installed [MODULE] MagiskHide Props Config - SafetyNet, prop edits, and more - v5.4.0 and changed the device's fingerprint (Pick a certified fingerprint):
Currently set to (by this module):
Google Pixel 2
The original value is:
Rebooted, same results in Google's Phone app.
I checked the properties:
[ro.product.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.odm.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.product.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.system.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.system_ext.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.vendor.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.odm.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.product.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.system.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.system_ext.model]: [Pixel 2]
[ro.product.vendor.model]: [Pixel 2]
Uninstall, *this will only remove the update
Tap the 3 vertical dots, top right
Uncheck auto update
>1. It just stops immediately. It goes to call, then backs out half a second later.
Try a different dialer app?
>2. How do I boot into safe mode?
Hold down your power button, does reboot to safe mode show as an option?
If not, what kind of phone do you have?
Pourquoi faire de la pub a une appli orange quand il y'a une appli Google qui fait tout pareil en mieux ?
Only have the solution, not the answer. [link]
Use this, I have for 2 weeks. Get 1 or 2 a week now ... before it was like 20 a day
If u have android
I dont think the samsung phone app works with android auto.
Can you use the google one?
Google's Phone app
have you tried google phone
with star pound star pound 27262826 pound star pound star?
IIRC, "Google Dialer" is a different app from the default AOSP dialer app.
You can download following:
and use them instead of stock Samsung apps.
Visual Voicemail is carrier supported capability which Fi is not providing for Samsung phones yet.
For VPN, refer to https://support.google.com/fi/answer/9040000?hl=en
Unlocked phones from Samsung, usually get updates after carrier branded phones have got their updates.
It seems there were issues with Android 11 updates on Tmobile phones, so it has been paused by Tmobile , which could lead to delay in Android 11 update for S20 and other Samsung phones.
Are there any particular capabilities in Android 11 , you are looking for ?
Idk about this one but it supports wifi calling [link]
Use the new Google phone app [link] and block spam. Problem solved.
Have to use the Phone by Google app.
It's this app: [link]
Does it not show up for you?
Is this the app? I'm not familiar with the pixel app. [link]
The FCC also recently allowed the carriers to automatically block robocalls. Unfortunately, they didn't require carriers to do it, nor prevent them from charging a fee. I know Verizon charges 2.99/mo for the service. And it's still shit. No idea about landlines.
If you have an android phone, Google is working on Verified Calls in their phone app. And the phone app should be available to download soon for many more android devices, not just Pixel phones. You may also be able to get it on your device sooner by enrolling in the beta (I needed to on my Galaxy S9+).
Link to the download:
Join the beta version. Mine works on s8+
Not available on US 865+ unlocked note 20ultra.
Link to play store: [link]
Can you open this in Play store and the sign up to the Beta? I can't test it as I already have it.
Why can't i find it in the app store?
Edit: found it ... But it says my device (GS9) is incompatible.
I had to go to the web page listing for Phone and install it that way onto my s20+: [link]
It's simple, check this link [link]
Most people outside of this subreddit don't care about privacy. Take a look at all the permissions Google's phone app wants: [link].
That's a lot of data they could be gathering. It's hard to say what they collect when the app isn't open source.
I personally use Emerald Dialer to replace the default phone app and then OpenContacts to prevent other apps from accessing my contacts.
If you decide to use something else than Google's app, you can deny its permissions and/or block internet access using NetGuard.
Yes. If your phone is A1 then it should show installed.
Then you might not be using Google Phone
I assumed samsung would just use the normal Android phone app
I think you can just download it from the Playstore
Works fine on my Moto G6. Does the note use a Samsung-made phone app? I wonder if you need to switch to the google version. [link]
Use the phone app by Google
O app Telefone da Google tem uma opção para bloquear spam, funciona muito bem.
[link] here it is
Are you up to date?
[link] this app should help you
Through this app if you have a Pixel, Essential phone, or other supported device.
Go to the app store and search for Google's default phone app. Then go down a little and enroll into the beta program like any other app that has a beta program. That's how I got it a few weeks back.
I have the 2xl though
edit: Here's the link. [link]
The first thing I personally would do would be to switch to an alternative like Google Phone
If that doesn't work, I'm not sure if this will work without restarting the app but you could try removing the permission with...
Run Shell with Root ticked and the command pm revoke com.android.phone android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO
Not sure what your package name is but you could try com.google.android.dialer
Replace revoke with enable to revert
Contacts is only needed if you'd like to manage your contacts using Google's Contact app instead of LG's stock app.
That might be it. Your phone isn't listed here: [link]
Have you disabled GV call forwarding to your number? You can do that and only enable Hangouts calling for all incoming calls. You will still be able to make calls out using the native phone dialer wherever you have network coverage if you prefer that.
Another thing to check is, see if you can replace the Xiaomi phone dialer with the Google one, just in case they have their own dialer app instead of the default: [link]
I'm assuming you have your theme set to dark in settings > display options. If you don't/can't, there was a key called display_options_dark_mode in com.google.android.dialer_preferences.xml which you could switch to true. I haven't tested that and it may just change back when you open Google Dialer again.
By Google Dialer, I mean this one that you can only get by having an Android One device or a Magisk module that gets it for you.
I'm assuming you are using the latest version of Google Dialer.
Phone by Google LLC from the play store
right. the app is called phone.
Phone – Apps on Google Play
I have a problem installing this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.dialer
I had VVM with message transcriptions on my Nexus 5X, but I recently replaced that phone with a Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact. I still have VVM, but no transcripts. Is that the phone's fault? I think it's a Sony dialer app; the stock dialer is listed as incompatible with the Xperia.
the stock android dialer has a spam filter option: [link]
I use Google Phone, incoming spam calls are solid red and it says "suspected spam caller".
Oh, I see why, it is not compatible with my device
It has these listed:
Verizon Wireless Samsung SM-G950U
Verizon Wireless Google Pixel
But has an x by the Samsung and a check by the google.
edit: apparently I can just try this.
The app is called Google Phone, it's the official Google dialer app:
When Voice was redesigned months ago, it lost the ability to put its voicemail in the voicemail tab of that app.
Not using Google's Phone/Dialer app?
I've been using this on my phone and have not experienced any problem or slow downs.
If you're on Verizon, try the solutions here for general improvements to LTE service. Some have commented that one way worked much better than the other.
Do you have Google Duo installed? Try to remove it and try again.
Are you using any spam call blocker that integrates with the dialer? If so, which one?
Open this in the Google Play Store. Is it up to date or does it show Update? If you see update, update the application and try again.
If none of this helps, Beta 2 will be released soon. According to posts, Beta 1 users can update to Beta 2 OTA so it will be available as an update for your device.
Ma non hai il phone ufficiale di google?
I myself don't have that device but you could try installing the Google Phone App which lets you block spam calls and gives you alert on potential spam calls.
You can deactivate the truecaller app and install the Google Dialer or the Dialer app from Asus
By process of elimination: Sprint doesn't have VoLTE and won't any time soon. AT&T restricts to whitelisted phones even on postpaid. Verizon just enabled it on prepaid. T-Mobile supports unlocked phones but only if they have band 12 & E911 certification.
Google notes that VVM is only supported for Project Fi, T-Mobile USA, and Orange France.
I've read opinions on Reddit that N5X Wi-Fi calling has poor call quality with breaks in audio.
Try Google phone app or another? [link]
The stock app (actually named Phone) is available in the app store. If you can't update it through the app store, try downloading it from APKMirror.
By official app, I mean the T-Mo visual voicemail app, yeah. As for dialer, I've never used the Samsung dialer so unfortunately I wouldn't know. I use Google's app as my dialer: [link]
As for transcription, I think using the official T-Mo app is the only way to get that feature.
Is this not it?
By phone app, i mean the phone app from the home screen, which on my phone is this one: [link]
You might have a different one though, a lot of manufactures make thier own ones.
I want the Google Dialer. And it seems that the "Phone" app in the Play Store is different, if the base is not a Nexus/Pixel-like dialer.
Am I wrong?
Damn. What about installing a third party dialer? Like the Google Phone app? At least to see if it works
> Google dialer
Try installing the Google Dialer from the Play Store. It should be the exact same as on your Nexus:
They're on the play store?
Can I just install these APKs on 7.0?
Here's the playstore link... It should work if you're running Nougat
I could be wrong but I think hangouts dialer only initiates VOIP calls, not voice calls.
See if the Google phone app is available to your device: [link]
There are also rips of the Nexus apps on the store if you search marshmallow dialer or lollipop dialer.
The Google Dialer app....[link]
eek, MIUI. Xiaomi does some heavy customization to their phones and their phone permission settings that could be interfering. Try checking your security settings and app permissions for BuzzOut. Make sure you granted it all the permissions it requested. Also try using the stock dialer from Google if you can and see if it helps.
I use to use a Mi3 personally, but the MIUI customization wrecked so much compatibility havoc, especially with google voice and MIUIs stock dialer that I gave up using it and moved on to a OnePlus 3.
So far I've got my SD card setup and many google apps: Google Now Launcher, Google Keyboard, Calendar, Messenger. But the play store says the dialer ([link]) is not compatible with my device.
So far so good!
I didn't purchase my phone from Verizon, which is why I'm seeking clarification.
This app, yes?
Well, i like to install Google Camera, Google Phone apps. But since they are Nexus-specific apps I am getting error installing them.
Google Phone App: [link]
Grab the latest google playstore: Phone app its got caller id and number blocking built in. [link]
the playstore determine compatibility from what your phone/device tells it is. sounds like your stock OPX is telling the playstore that its not compatible.
Here is the playstore link: [link]
You could also try to sideload the apk if you want to: [link]
Google Dialer has spam protection.
[link] - there you go! Its available for almost all phones and carriers.
Or install from here [link]
Umm no it's not (in stock android at least): [link] & [link]
Here you go: [link]
Me pasa lo mismo, me llaman como 5 veces por día. Cuando atendía y decía "Hola" después del tono, eran de Claro o Personal ofreciendo un plan. Bloqueé las llamadas. Uso la App de Google: [link]
I was stuck on 2.5 (the current version in the play store). I had to manually download and install 4.x from a link someone posted on reddit.
I think I got it from here.
No, the official Google dialer. But I think you have to be running Marshmallow for it to work. But before this, I did use TrueDialer because it had the most similar features to the default one.
People keep saying it's nexus only: on my OPX with CM13 I just installed the dialer from the Google play store and it has the spam features. It's literally right here: [link]
As the prior user stated it is part of the Phone app which users of non-nexus devices may be able to download on the play store([link]). It is also more limited to only displaying caller id information for businesses.
Have you tried making Google Phone your default app? [link]
I have a similar problem where I can make my first call, but if it lasts longer than a few minutes all the subsequent calls I make or receive have no audio. Something must be wrong here!
does COS13 not allow you to stock the Google dialer instead? [link]
And for those that say COS doesnt come with malware/bloatware on it... Truecaller is just one example of it on these roms.
Just uninstall it?
I dirty flashed cos13 from cos12 and truecaller didn't install for me
from the playstore on my desktop. Pushed it to the phone through the web. [link]
Admittedly I do have the contacts app installed already, just didn't quite realize that. For the record, it was these:
Reportedly it won't install on the G5.
If it did, it would be going on mine also (when I get it monday or tuesday).
The Marshmallow Dialer has this functionality (see [link]) , but please remember: OxygenOS is still on Lollipop
It might not be for your device because you probably have LG dialer or something. I assume, at least.
Are you able to use Google's Dialer?
How about Google's Contacts?
Can you enable Developer options, turn on GPU rendering profile, move around the phone a little bit, then post a screenshot?
Sorry if that last one is hard. I can help if you need me to.
Can you install the Google Dialer?: [link]
Ah, it might be 5.0+
Welcome on Android.
Here are my favourite applications which are only for Android:
Google Phone [link]
Other useful apps:
WeaWow weather application
And my last recent applications I have developed!
Draeneg to protect your privacy and block ads
Poltreder to share your photos and videos securely and without any intermediate cloud server to preserve your privacy.
Not according to google's own phone by google description in the google play store.
Any phone that can download (7.0 android and up) the google phone dialer will get:
Screen unknown callers , Emergency support, Visual voicemail,
What you don't get is no more waiting on hold and call recording. I have a Pixel 4 and i do not have call recording.
You can actually accomplish something similar using a pretty simple app, you just have to know a specific code associated with the person you're trying to locate. Once you type the code into the app you'll usually be able to get all kinds of information about their location, ETA, calendar events, weather conditions where they are, etc. This is the app I use, though there are plenty of alternatives.
This is on the play store.
>If i can aquire it via the play store it does not need to be forced upon me.
So by that logic the Dialer app is bloat because you can download it from the play store. Also the launcher (you know that thing you kinda use to navigate your device) is also bloat by that logic.