06-20-2022 03:08 PM - last edited on 06-20-2022 03:14 PM by RogersCorey
Just wondering if anyone knows what the smart icon that shows up on incoming calls means? It shows SMART with a little phone receiver picture beside it...
06-20-2022 03:58 PM
06-20-2022 04:22 PM
I have an S22, android... Not a big deal but I just switched over from Bell and I have not seen that before so just curious!
06-20-2022 11:54 PM
06-21-2022 06:00 AM
06-21-2022 08:43 AM
So I did some research and this is NOT the Shaken/STIR protocol. its a third party lookup, basically it checks your caller ID with a database owned by HIYA to see if its a potential scammer or trusted call, but if the caller id is spoofed, it wont know, it just accepts what incoming ID and checks it based on that.
Samsung Android phones come with a built-in feature called Samsung Smart Call. This feature uses a third-party database to do lookups for incoming phones numbers, and displays the database information – instead of the Caller ID being provided by the carrier.
The idea behind this feature is to protect customers from potential spam calls, and, in theory, allow businesses to connect with their customers through features being built by the database provider, Hiya.
The issue is that this Hiya lookup database does not necessarily have accurate and up-to-date information recorded.
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