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  1. Blazin65

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    Is anyone else having problems adding or removing favorites from the Favorite Contacts? Is seems like there is no problem adding someone to Favorites, but when you want to remove them, the menu option is not there.

    For example, when I try to take a contact off of favorites, I long press the contact and the menu that comes up says "add to favorites", when it should say "remove from favorites".

    I get to my contacts my tapping on contacts on the home screen.

    Am I doing something wrong? Or is there another way to remove someone from favorites.
     

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    Just click on the favorite. There should be a blue star in the upper right. Click on the star, it's no longer your favorite.
     
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    Sounds great , but I tried this and it does not work. Not only that, when I click on the favorite, the blue star is not highlighted. But yet it is still in the Favorites section.
     
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    I figured out what the set up is. It's putting "frequently contacted" numbers under the favorites. So I'm OK. The reason I was so confused though is because the contacts under frequently contacted have not been contacted in a very long time. I guess frequent to them is not frequent to me.
     
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