Call Forwarding is a feature that is especially useful if your job requires that you answer dozens of phone calls during the workday. While some of you have a separate phone only for work, most still have only one phone, for work and for the personal life. Although it seems more practical to have a single phone, sometimes it also brings problems. In this guide, we’ll explain how to set up call forwarding on Android.
How to Set Up Call Transfer on Android
Remember that not all devices have the same settings and menus. Android varies from one manufacturer to another, which means that some steps may be different depending on the phone you are using.
- Open the phone application.
- Press the 3-point menu button or the 3-line menu button.
- Go to “Settings” or “Call Settings”.
- Tap on “Call Transfer”.
- You will see several options, including:
- Always Transfer : All calls are directed to the desired secondary number.
- Transfer when busy : Calls are directed to your secondary number of choice when you are online.
- Transfer if no answer : Calls are routed to a secondary number when you do not pick them up.
- Transfer if unreachable : Calls are routed to a secondary number when your phone is off or contains no signals.
- After choosing one of the options from the list, continue and set the transfer number.
- Select “Enable” or “OK”.
To cancel the transfer of calls to Android, simply return to the same settings and press the Disable option when you select a transfer number.