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Old June 13th, 2010, 12:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hide/shown own number -> On/off Widget

Is there any widget to quickly toggle on/off sending the own number when calling somebody?

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I believe you can only do that through your carrier, for example with sprint i believe you have to call *67, although im not sure on the number.
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Most phones have an option in the menu so it's not always system driven. I'm not aware yet of an app that does this via a widget but would be interested in a free one if you find it.
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perhaps at least a direct shortcut via bettercut!?
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When adding contact pictures from my sd card, are they only linked or additionaly stored on the phone? Are they compressed to only have the quality needed for such a small contact picture? Where to find my contact storage?
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When adding contact pictures from my sd card, are they only linked or additionaly stored on the phone? Are they compressed to only have the quality needed for such a small contact picture? Where to find my contact storage?
They are typically attached to the contact via google. Hence the crappy pixelation. So no, there is no on board storage independent of the gallery pictures you assign.
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So no, there is no on board storage independent[...]
Sorry, I'm not english, so just to know I get it right: This means that the on-phone storage depends on the contact pictures (so they DO consume storage), right?
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Hi guys,

I was searching and searching the Google Play market for an Android app widget that can hide/show a user's phone number (caller ID)...

..Then I found an app called HiddenCall - hide your Number (by DevArc)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.devarc.anoncall

I will give this app a try later as currently I have just lost the Wifi signal on my Galaxy S3
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