Quick Tip: How to Activate the “Speakerphone” Feature On Your Android Phone

Today’s tip is actually quite simple and is actually a reminder to folks who are learning to use their smartphones. When making a phone call and the connection has been established, learn to activate the speakerphone feature that will allow you to put the phone down and continue talking (and listening). Not every call would you want to do this, but I have trained myself to use this feature when I know I may need both hands to review a document, write something down,  or someone else needs to hear the call, as well (like a conference call). Typically, the speakerphone feature can only be activated after the phone number is dialed.

Below is a pic of my phone and where the speaker icon is located when a call is in progress. When I tap on the “speaker icon” on my phone, I can then hear the conversation through the speaker on the phone. This will vary from phone to phone… Make sure the volume is turned up on your phone so that you will be able to clearly hear the recipient of the call.

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