Well, Android is technically a Linux distro xD. Ok, the real reason I'm posting here is because I like this community. Anyway, what I am wondering is if there is a way that you can use dial-up WITH an Android phone. I'm thinking of getting one, but the data plans are expensive.
so someone tells me i need to call a few people. they send me a vCard called contacts.vcf. i import it. i open my phone app and start to dial, but wait...i don't know their names.
How do i look up a recent vCard on my phone? How do i know who's contact i've been sent? when i navigate to a .vcf file, i can't open it. all i can do is import it. polaris office won't import/open it.
I have a rooted Galaxy S4 VRUAME7/Verizon/SCH-1545 running android 4.2.2
I have three issues that have to do with phone calls that have popped up recently. #1 while in a phone call my phone will dial random digits. Not entire phone numbers like from my contact list.. just random digits. I can't even hear it.
I have rooted the phone. After few days I reset the phone. Thereafter it didnt showed anything .My phone is Intex Aqua 4.0 with android 2.3.5 Can you tell me the telephone code to open the settings option or to enable USB debugging mode.