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While windows phone and iphone are giving facilities by pressing the photo (image) of the person to dial the their phone number and also if they called us their photo is flashed / showed in the display screen. How will get this facilities in the Android mobile phone version 2.2

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If you want to add a photo to a contact, this question might help android.stackexchange.com/questions/3273/…. –  gary Mar 1 '11 at 17:53

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Your question isn't very clear. Can you clarify what it is you're asking?

When someone calls me on my Droid, their contact picture (assuming they have one) is displayed while the phone is ringing and during the call (unless the screen blanks from the proximity sensor).

When I'm viewing my contacts, I can tap a contact's picture and I get several options to choose, depending on what apps I have installed and what information I have for the person. For example, for one of my contacts right now I see icons for call, SMS, Gmail, Google Talk, Facebook, Twitter, Maps, and Browser.

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In Android 2.1 and later, pressing a contact's image in the Contacts / Dialer or SMS app (as well as others that support the protocol) results in a small popup from where you can view the person's contact info / send sms / dial their number or email them.

Looks like this:

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