Please, suggest if there is a way to disable my phone sending preset SMS if call is not received by me. I am using 4.1.2 on my x10.
Sent from X10 running CMX10 by scritch.
When I try to answer a call when I'm already in a call this pop up window come up. It askes me if I want to end the current call or place it on hold. It's especially annoying when I'm driving. Swiping the screen is already confirming I want to accept the call, why do I have to double confirm. The pop up box is so small and when I have my phone mounted it's hard to aim the selection.
I would like to disable the notification the appears when a call is automatically rejected, as if the person never called. I have tried the App Ops Stater, but it disables all call notifications as opposed to just the rejected ones. I would still like to know if I miss a call, etc. Would anyone be able to help me?
Seems some dust is stuck up on my i747s proximity sensor. I will get it cleaned at a later point, but for now I need to disable the proximity sensor. The phone screen just turns off as soon as I dial a number and wont come back up until the call has disconnected. So cannot access the screen while on call.
Recently, upon receiving an incoming call, I get a voice notification asking me to "Press 1 to answer the call". Probably started a couple of days ago, which perhaps correlates to having received Motorola Assist updates about that time.
My initial thought was that this was Google Voice call screening.
I want to check after starting a phone call what the status of the call is via a connected PC, if possible with the ADB.
I'm starting a call by entering a phone number with the adb command service call phone 2 s16 "some phone number" and then sending input keyevent 5 to press the call button.
Now I'm struggeling to find a way to determine the status of the call.
can anyone please suggest me, that what should I do to receive an incoming call through android code than do some stuff and end that call?
I've been searching it from a long and haven't got any thing related...