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How to drop 1 caller from a conference call?

How do I hang up on just 1 caller from a conference call without hanging up on the other caller

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Unfortunately, when you are on a conference call the only way to terminate one person will be by allowing that person to hang up and disconnect from the call. Also, you can in fact use the swap option in order to call another person before dropping the call.

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As per mentioned above that there is no way that you can release or drop a specific caller from your conference. In order for you to drop a specific caller from your conference, you need to ask the person that needs to hung up, it may sound funny but true. While you are in a conference call and once you release or drop a call, it will automatically release both callers in the conference.

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Swapping / Ending one call when in two?

I have a S4 Mini, and I don't see any of the options you mention. I can merge the calls, which makes a nice mess when I don't want them merged. If I'm in 2 calls at once and I hit "end call" it ends both calls. There aren't any options but contacts, memo, and message in the menu while in a merged call.

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You should actually put the other call on hold first before you end up one of the calls. Otherwise, if you just press "end call", it will really terminate both calls. Also, you can easily see from your screen which call is still active.

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How to make conference calls in Samsung trend GT-S7392?

I tried making a conference call, the two calls won't merge and prompting "unable to make a conference call". I called my service provider and they said there is nothing wrong with my connection and that I should be able to make multi-party calls.

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