Which is the default call number on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus contact with more numbers? We bet you don’t think of it when you start adding two or three different numbers for the same contact. At first, you’re just happy that you can keep all that data in one place, to avoid any confusions, you should set call number as default on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
But there you are, trying to send to that contact a text from the Messages app, to dial their number from the hands-free kit, in the car, or to simply call them with the phone in your hand. You spot their name on the agenda, you select it, and the call is triggered while you’re clueless about what number it dialed…
Problem: when you have more than one number associated with one contact, the phone decides which number to dial first.
Solution: you select only one number from all the available entries (mobile number, business number, landline number etc.) and mark it as default.
How To Set A Particular Number As Default Call Number On Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus…
- Bring up the Contacts app;
- Browse through your contacts list to reach the one you’re planning on editing;
- With the contact selected, use the More option from the upper-right corner;
- Next, select the Mark As Standard option available in there;
- In the next window, you’ll see the Number section with all the numbers currently associated with that contact;
- Select the number you want to become the default call number for that contact;
- Confirm the change by tapping the Done button.
Once you do that, go back to the Contacts app and look for that contact. When you select it, you’ll notice that the default number now has a check mark next to it. Repeat these steps whenever you want to set a call number as default on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus!