How to Block Your Number on Samsung

How to Block Your Caller ID on an Android Device Launch the Phone app and open the Menu in the top-right corner. Go into Settings, then scroll down to Supplementary Services. ... Tap Show your caller ID and choose to Never show your number from the popup menu.

Have you ever wanted to make a call without revealing your phone number? Maybe you don’t want to be called back or you just want to keep your number private. Whatever your reason is, you can easily block your number on a Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G6, or other Android phones.

To start, open up your phone app. On a Samsung, it’s the app with a green phone icon. On an LG, it’s the app with a blue phone icon. Then, look for the three dots in the top right corner and select “Settings.” On a Samsung, select “Call settings” and then “Additional settings.” On an LG, select “Call” and then “Call settings.”

Next, scroll down until you find an option that says “Show my caller ID” or “Caller ID.” Select it and then select “Hide number” or “Hide my ID.” This will block your number from appearing on the recipient’s phone.

It’s that easy! Now you can call your friends, family, or colleagues without revealing your phone number. Keep in mind that some people may not answer calls from blocked numbers, so use this feature wisely.

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Does * 67 work on Samsung phones?
Are you dialing from an Android device, an iOS device, or your trusty old landline? Well, no matter which one, *67 is your ticket to making anonymous outgoing calls, ensuring your caller ID is a mystery to your call recipient.
Does * 67 still work?
Does * 69 still work? However, if the caller dialed *67 before making that call, it blocks caller ID, so *69 won't work. The calling and calling the number, however, will be trapped by the telephone company, along with the *69, *67. So, it stays in the company's records, just won't work dialing.