HOW TO INSTALL TRUECALLER – Who hasn’t got a call or text from an unknown number on their Android device at some point? It’s safe to assume that if you have a mobile phone with an active number, you’ve gotten at least a few unwanted or suspicious-looking calls or texts during your time with it. The majority of devices will only recognize a caller if they have been programmed into your phone. Caller ID is provided by some service providers, however it is unreliable at best. Truecaller, a free (with a premium option) app for your Android mobile, is the solution. Even when you’re not connected to the internet, this software can identify unlisted numbers. Truecaller now adds a block SMS functionality in addition to banning spammy and unwanted calls. Block unfamiliar callers and messages and benefit from an active community that constantly updates their spam database. We utilized a Samsung Galaxy S4 to showcase the installation process and features in this article.
2. In the Google Play Store, search for “Truecaller” (without quotation marks), then tap Truecaller when the results appear.
3. Tap the green INSTALL button on the Truecaller app page. When the installation is finished, press the green OPEN button.
When the pop-up window displays, tap SET DEFAULT or CANCEL. Truecaller can be set as your main phone or messaging app at any moment from the Settings menu.
6. For each permission request, tap DENY or ALLOW. Please keep in mind that blocking Truecaller access to certain programs on your device (contacts, phone, files, etc.) will restrict the app’s usefulness.
7. After you’ve finished authorizing or refusing permissions, Truecaller will attempt to authenticate your device on its own. You’ll see the message “Success” once you’ve been validated.
8. Tap Facebook, Google, or TYPE NAME MANUALLY on the Create a Profile page.
- If you chose Facebook or Google, you’ll be requested to enter your username and password.
- Enter your name and email address if you choose the manual option, then tap CONTINUE.
9. You’ll be redirected to the “Call” screen once your phone number has been successfully verified. Here you can see a list of recent calls made and received, broken down by day.
10. The “Search” function is on the next screen. To seek up contacts, type a name or a phone number into the search box.
11. The “Block” options are managed on this screen. By tapping the “CHECK FOR UPDATES” button, you can check for spam updates.
The “Block Spammers” tick is the first option in the block options. If you wish to avoid receiving unsolicited calls, check this box.
- The “Block Hidden Numbers” checkbox is the second option. If you leave this checked, any number that appears as unknown will be blocked.
- “Block Method” is the third option in the block settings. Select between Automatically Reject or Silently Ring.
12. Your contacts are displayed on the last screen. You can make calls, change current contacts, and add new ones here, just like in Android’s native contacts app.
We believe and sincerely hope that this post was helpful to you, please show your support by sharing it with your families, acquaintances, friends, and relatives who might be in a dire need of this help-guide via Facebook, Twitter, as well as on Instagram platform using the social buttons on this page.
Copyright And Warning: Published contents (including posts and media) on this blog may not be reproduced, redistributed, republished either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgment from the Quicknewsng administrator.
The blog posts and other content on this blog is written and published with good intentions. If you own any of the content and believe that your copyright was violated or infringed, please ensure you contact us via [coolieecoldex(at)gmail.com] to file a complaint, and actions will be taken with an immediate effect.