Here's how to turn Google's Caller ID on and off in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Caller ID by Google
If you are currently running a stock or almost-stock version of Android Lollipop or KitKat, you might have noticed that receiving a phone call from a number that's not in your contact list or dialing a number that is, once again, not among the ones you have saved, might have made one of Google's fairly-new call-related features to pop up. 

We are talking about Caller ID by Google, a feature that aims to provide you with the name of the person or organization that you're trying to get in contact with, or vice versa. On paper, this sounds like one of the better things that have enriched the functionality of the Android dialer app (let's be honest, it's not among your phone's features that get awesome new features every few months). In order for Caller ID by Google to work properly, you have to give it the green light in the Google account settings page. 

Well, what if you don't want to have Caller ID turned on, you can easily turn it off . Here's how:

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