How can I check someones call history?

1 Answer:
    Click the carrier's "Usage/Recent Activity" tab.

    Depending on the carrier's site format, the phrasing and location of this option will vary; however, every carrier has the option to view the call log of whichever phone is currently logged in.
    22 mar 2022
  • Why does my Samsung phone keep putting calls on hold?

    The proximity sensor detects when a user is holding the phone near their face during a call and turns off the display to prevent keypad presses and battery consumption from the display. The proximity/light sensor is located to the right of the earpiece.
  • How do I see incoming calls on another Android phone?

    1. Find and tap Phone.
    2. Tap the menu button (three vertical dots), then tap Settings.
    3. Tap Calls > Additional settings.
    4. Tap the switch beside Call waiting to enable the function.
    23 ene 2022
  • Why is hold for me not available?

    Note: If you don't see Hold for Me in Settings, try updating the Google Phone app and/or restarting the phone, especially if you only recently upgraded to Android 12.4 nov 2021
  • What should you do before placing someone on hold?

    Before you put a caller on hold, always ask for permission and wait for the customer to answer you. Most customers will answer “yes” if asked politely to hold. If options other than holding exist, such as leaving a message, voice mail or finding information on the internet, let the caller know at this time.
  • Do all cars have a brake hold?

    What is the “brake hold” feature? Not every new car you step into will have a “brake hold” feature, but if you purchased a new Honda or Acura in the past five years, then it most likely will. In those cars, the “brake hold” button is located on the center console, right below the gear shifter (or buttons).3 jun 2021

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