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In Android 5, a feature called screen pinning was introduced. The idea is to actually pin an active app screen so that it cannot be quit, no notifications are shown, and so on. Think of this feature as restricting yourself to a single app screen until it is unpinned again. More information can be found here. To come back to your specific problem: start the ...
Wear Speaker is another culprit.
The reason for this is because airplane mode is on. Turn off airplane mode, and all those settings will be available.
I suggest you to perform clear cache on your device. This steps will remove any temporary files that may be causing the problem, but will not delete your files or settings. With the phone powered off, press and hold the Volume Down + Power button at the same time and release after two sec. Press the Volume Down button twice to highlight "Recovery mode" ...
I tried many fixes but nothing worked. What worked was rolling a piece of hard paper to the size of headphone jack and inserting it to and fro several times until you see on screen headphones changing into ringer.
Try to factory reset your phone after taking a backup. It is recommended that before any system update you should do a factory reset and wipe the cache partition. This should solve your problem.
While your situation appears strange, you could perhaps try Android Data Recovery: "Android Data Recovery, an incredible tool for recovering, allows you to retrieve Android data such as contacts, text messages, call history, photos, WhatsApp history, videos, audios, documents and restore them back to Android phones of any brand" ...
I doubt that this will not be possible for an app to do. This is simply because an app can recognize the number only if the incoming call request has reached the phone and that is too late for a call forward and the only options are to hang up or answer. In essence this has to be supported at the operator level and that is not also going to work as they ...
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