Are you looking to make a 3 way call on your Android device? Look no further, as we have got you covered!
In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process step by step. So let’s get started!
Step 1: Dial the First Call
To initiate a 3 way call, begin by dialing the first call as you normally would. You can do this by opening your Phone app and entering the desired phone number. Once connected, you can proceed to the next step.
Step 2: Add the Second Call
Now that you are on your first call, it’s time to add the second call to create a conference. To do this, look for the Add Call or Merge button on your Phone app’s screen. Tapping on this button will take you back to the dialer screen where you can enter the second phone number.
Note: Some devices may require you to tap on the options menu (usually represented by three dots or lines) and select Add Call.
Step 3: Merge Calls
Once you have dialed the second number and established a connection, it’s time to merge both calls into a conference call. Look for the Merge, Conference, or similar button on your screen and tap on it.
- If one of the calls gets disconnected during merging, don’t worry! You can still add that caller back to your conference by following Step 2 and Step 3 again.
- If one of the participants needs to leave the conference call, simply tap on their name or number from your screen and select the End Call or Remove option.
- If you want to speak privately with one of the participants during the conference call, tap on their name or number and select the Private, Separate, or similar option. This will allow you to talk privately without the others hearing your conversation.
Step 4: End the Conference Call
Once you are done with your 3 way conference call, it’s time to end it. To do this, simply tap on the End Call button on your screen.
Note: Ending the conference call will disconnect all participants from the call.
Congratulations! You have successfully made a 3 way call on your Android device. Now you can enjoy seamless group conversations without any hassle.
We hope this tutorial was helpful to you. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to us. Happy calling!