How To Disable “After Call Details” In Truecaller (2022)


With over 220 million active users, Truecaller is a popular smartphone application launched to help its users search for contact information (based on either name or number), identify incoming calls, and block calls they don’t want to attend to. These are just a few handpicked features out of the app’s glory. 

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However, there is one feature (users feel it is annoying though) that sends a pop-up containing the call details at the end of the call. While it’s sort of useful for unknown calls, many users and you must feel it a little bit irritating for the contacts already saved in your phonebook. With this being said, you must have tried to disable after-call details. But you failed miserably because you couldn’t find an option to do so. 

Am I right?

If so, you’re not alone. The majority of the Truecaller users report about this feature, and today, I’m back with a quick guide on how to disable after call details in Truecaller. So, let’s kick start with some more information about the pop-up feature without further ado. 

More About The “After Call Details” Feature In Truecaller

Being a renowned contact and dialer app, Truecaller is loaded with several other features. These include call recording, contacts backup, spam protection, automatic reply, quick third-party integration, and the likes. 

Its “after call details” is just another useful yet controversial feature to add on. When you receive a call from a known or unknown contact, Truecaller scans through its massive database to present all the available details about the caller after the call ends in the form of a pop-up. 

This information includes phone number location, the owner’s name, sim details, and much more. 

Many users try to disable it but fail because they are considered a non-so-useful feature for saved contacts. If you also fall in the same category, let me help. 

How To Disable After Call Details In Truecaller?

Disclaimer: To disable “after call details” in Truecaller, you must have the latest version of the application installed on your smartphone. If it’s asking for an update, you should follow the below steps to update the app before proceeding further. 

To update Truecaller, follow these steps.

  • We recommend turning on “auto-update.” head to your iOS or Google Play Store.
  • Head to the “My apps & games” or “Manage apps and device” option. 
  • Scroll down as you find “Truecaller.”
  • Tap on the “Update” option and wait for the process to complete.  
  • Your Truecaller is now updated to the latest version.

Let’s now learn how to disable after-call details in Truecaller that appear after the call’s end. 

  • Open the Truecaller app and tap on the three vertical dots on the top-right corner or the hamburger icon on the top-left corner. 
  • You will come across multiple options. Tap on “Settings.” 
  • Under the Settings, you will have multiple options such as General, Sounds, Appearance, Block, Messaging, and others. Tap on the “Caller ID” option. 
  • Upon tapping on the Caller ID option, you will either find “Show after call details” or “Show after call details for phonebook contacts” depending upon your system. 
  • If either of these is enabled, disable it. 
  • Congratulations, you won’t receive the after-call details pop-up after the end of the call by the Truecaller app.

Here’s another method to disable after-call details. 

  • Long-press on the Truecaller app until you find the “App info” option on your smartphone’s screen.  
  • Tap on it. 
  • Under the App info section, you will find the “Notification” option. 
  • Tap on it and toggle off all available options. Doing this will revoke all notification permissions for Truecaller. As a result, you won’t receive any notification from the application. However, this will also disable all other important notifications from the app. So, use this method at your risk. 

These are the two easiest and quickest methods to solve the after-call details problem in Truecaller and enjoy calling without any pop-up barrage. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. How do I turn off the after-call details in Truecaller?

Remember that to turn off after call details in Truecaller, you need the app’s latest version installed on your system for anything to work. Hence, make sure your app is updated, or you can follow the above instructions for the same as well. Next, simply follow either of the above two methods to get freedom from the after-call detail pop-up bombardment after calls. 

2. What are the key features of Truecaller?

Truecaller is a renowned contact and dialer app loaded with several features to improve your calling experience. These include call recording, contacts backup, spam protection, automatic reply, quick third-party integration, calls & message reminders, and the likes. 

3. Is Truecaller safe to use?

Yes, Truecaller is entirely safe and secure to make or receive calls. It not only lets you know who’s calling you but also lets you move spam calls in the block list. It is authorized by the Government, and you can install it on your iPhone or Android device to enjoy its wealth of features. 

To Sum Up…

As said initially, Truecaller is an amazing app devised to smoothen your calling experience through its whole set of in-built features; the same isn’t true for one of its features – show after-call details for phonebook contacts. Though it’s not beneficial for saved contacts, it still holds some value for unknown calls. 

This is because the above feature will provide you with all legit details about the caller once the call ends, like its number, name (if any), location, and other things. If you frequently receive unknown calls, we don’t recommend disabling it. 

If disabling the option from Settings doesn’t work on your smartphone due to any reason, revoking the app’s notifications will surely do. However, if you still want to disable it, you can try any of the above methods. In the latter, all notifications from the app will get revoked along with that of the pop-up. 

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