I've got a Samsung Galaxy Nexus running stock Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1. As you probably know, Jelly Bean has a new feature that allows you to "respond-by-SMS" to incoming phone calls. Unfortunately, this feature sends a text message from your "real" phone number instead of Google Voice. For those of us that use Google Voice full-time, and don't want to reveal our real phone numbers, and keep accurate messaging logs, this is undesirable behavior.
Question: Does anyone know if it's possible to get the respond-by-SMS feature to send from Google Voice instead of the built-in Messaging app?
The description of the feature in question is: "When you miss a call, a new notification lets you return the call or reply by SMS with a single touch."