Anybody know? I can’t find in Settings or Phone app…
This is an old question:
and some other threads.
Jolla say: your own phone number is only in the sim card, not stored in the phone memory.
[defaultuser@Xperia10II-DualSIM ~]$ cat /dev/smd7 & [defaultuser@Xperia10II-DualSIM ~]$ echo -e 'AT+CNUM\r' > /dev/smd7 AT+CNUM OK
You can find your phone number by using CSDTool - albeit somewhat convoluted to get there!
You can enter CSDTool by typing
csd in Terminal or go to
Settings/About product, tap on Build: text 4-5 times and select
Accept and you are in CSDTool.
Individual tests, scroll down to
SIM card and tap.
Your number should be at the bottom of the list (at least on Jolla1).
Good to know!
I’m getting “Subscriber numbers: N/A” which is consistent with my previous test.
Or type this in the dialer:
I live in Finland and I have not yet used a phone that could tell me what my phone number is (without me telling it to it first)… I guess the operators and/or SIM cards around here just don’t support the feature.
Seems it’s the same in Sweden.
Same, but my operator left a ‘Check your number’ entry on the SIM card (*121#) calling that makes a service request and returns my phone number