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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Drhyde, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. Drhyde

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    Does the Nexus One not support speed dialing or custom MP3 ringtones? I've looked all over the phone for this and can't find it.
     

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    You can create shortcuts to your contacts on your homescreen.

    To make/use custom MP3 ringtones, try the app 'RingDroid'
     
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    Discovered the icon thing for contacts on my own though I think it sucks compared to standard speed dialing. Thanks for Ringdroid though. Extremely easy to use.
     
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    You don't even need ringdroid, just create a media/audio/ringtones folder structure on your SD card.

    A media/audio/notifications and a media/audio/alarms folder is useful too.
     
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    Ringdroid is awesome. I blew some of my iPhone using friends away with that program.
     
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    You can also hold down the search button to launch voice search and say, "call [whoever] at [work, home, mobile, etc]". The phone usually gets it and automatically calls the right number. If it isn't sure it brings up a search results page and the number is usually the first one.
     
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    Since the search bar will technically allow you to do anything, I know someone who used metamorph to hide everything but his searchbar... however with voice search being so new and still fairly unrealiable I'm not daring enough to apply it.
     
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