Before Apple and Google completely changed how we interacted and behaved with our mobile phones, people primarily used their phones to make calls. If you receive multiple calls and want to answer the incoming call without disconnecting the existing call, you need to put the ongoing call on hold.
Putting a call on hold on your Android device is very easy. Just hit the “Hold” button on the call screen and you’re good to go. The other party receives a voice message that the call is on hold. Pressing the Hold button again resumes the original call. However, before putting a call on hold on your Android phone, you need to enable the “Call Waiting” feature. Here’s how to enable the same feature on your smartphone.
1. To enable “Call Waiting” on your Android phone, open the dialer app on your device.
2. Once complete, you will see a three-dot menu on the top right of the screen. Tap on it and go to “Settings”.
3. Here you will see a list of options.[通話アカウント]Find and tap to display the SIM on your device.
4. Select the SIM for which you want to activate the call waiting function.
5. When the options appear,[追加設定]Choose.
6. On the screen that pops up,[キャッチホン]turn it on and you’re ready to go.
When the call waiting feature is activated, you can receive two calls at once, put the first call on hold and answer the second call. Or vice versa.