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Can these things be changed somehow?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by slade, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. slade

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    Here are a few things I would like to change /do if there is some way I haven't been able to figure out...


    1. Disable 3-way and conference calling (or even call holding) so that I don't accidentally make such calls.It's a fingertip/lag problem, not my ear/cheekbone making these calls.

    2. Disable 1-touch calling in the phone menu (i would rather it bring up the contact details when I click a name... as in, I'll press the call button when I am ready to call) The people app and the phone app look too similar to be so ergonomically different. If you don't "flick" right you accidentally make a phone call

    3. Move a phone number from a voicemail (that was received while the phone was out of range or in airplane mode) to the address book.


    Any ideas or suggestions how I can address any of these? Even some official site I can complain to?

    thanks!
     

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  2. zombdroid

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    I am not sure about 1 and 3, but the disable one click dialing. Are you refering to the HTC widget?

    I have a shortcut to the Android "People" app and it does exactly what you want. I like most of the HTC widgets, but I don't care for their contact app. When adding people it forces you to select a default action such as call, email or sms.
     
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    no he means in the dialer app. you're right it is a bit too sensitive at times.
     
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