Android 6.0 Marshmallow was one of the good version of Android and it comes with lots of features. But there are some issues in the new version too especially the issue was due to the vendor customization also. There are some functionality and customization which is difficult for normal users to handle. One of that issue is Call Settings Option. Previously, the Call settings option was available in the setting section itself, but now it is removed from there and integrated with the Call Log section. The new modification was a big problem for most of the users.
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Most users are searching for the Call Settings option in order to setup Call Waiting and Call Forward option, but its difficult to find it normally since the new Android 6.0 comes with lots of features too. Now i will explain how to access the Call Settings option in your Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
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Step 1: Go to your Call logs section/Dialer section. Click on the Setting button on the top (3 dots at top).
Step 2: Then a ‘Call Setting’ option will come, click on that.
Step 3: In the next window, click on ‘Call Settings’.
Step 4: In the next screen, click on ‘Voice Call’.
Step 5: In the next window, you can see the SIM Option, if you have a dual SIM phone. Click on the desired SIM.
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Step 6. Now you can see the Voice Call Settings section, where you can set call forwarding, call waiting etc like the older version.