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It could be a firmware bug by your manufacturer and a update could be released if you report ASAP. However, if you are using a custom rom, then you should report the problem to the rom developer.


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You're looking for "proximity sensor" settings. If your proximity sensor is enabled and your screen doesn't go black when the phone is to your ear, the sensor (looks like a tiny camera lens, usually in the upper screen frame) may be covered by a screen protector or case, or may have failed. If you can't find proximity sensor settings, your provider's tech ...


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I have also researched how to do that and concluded that it is not possible to disable from within any normal settings menu on the phone. It may be possible to change from a developer settings menu, however I tend to doubt you will be able to disable this feature without installing an alternative calling app.


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Not sure about the Galaxy S3, but my S5 has the option to disable just the calls. Open the Dialer → Settings → Call → Call → Rejection → Auto rejection mode →All incoming calls.


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You don't want a VOIP type application for this, you want a gamer voice-chat application like Mumble . It's a very similar concept but designed to be used on LANs and for end users to run their own servers without requiring any internet access. Mumble in particular is very easy to install on Windows, Android.


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Frustrating - Sony phone app is clunky - and I hate the way it jumps into the "I'll call you back" nonsense - and then does not allow you to cancel that and pickup the call. I installed Lollipop phone dialer - but as you note - no way to set it as the default. However - in Settings / Apps / All - you can disable their Text app, and then Force Stop their ...


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I can't speak for that exact phone, but it might be found in the settings of the phone application (not the general settings app of the device). I've seen it there before, try looking for something that mentions Caller ID.


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The "reading voice" on incoming calls may be part of the Accessibility Features that are a part of Android. It also seems that LG has a setting for enabling Voice Notifications for calls and texts - try that too. Ensure that the following settings are turned off/unchecked: Accessibility > TalkBack Sound > Voice Notifications


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You may need to clear out the default for the Sony Dialer first. Settings > Apps > All > [insert Sony dialer app here] > Clear Defaults I find that dialing a number from your contacts may not prompt you for a new default, either. Instead, navigate to a website that has a properly formatted number like(###) ###-#### that you can tap on to have ...


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You can also try using Lollipop Call Free which shows only the Contact name and its same as the Lollipop style calling screen and theme which you can customize the way to want to.


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It seems that there is no out-of-the-box way to achieve this. Maybe knowing the device that you're using will help (by editing your question, or commenting on it), but I doubt that. That being said, You can achieve your goal with an app, like Full Screen Caller ID. In there, at Settings->Display there are check boxes for Display phone number and Display ...


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Instructions : List item Enter Engineering Mode – Dial *#*#3646633#*#* Go to Hardware Testing → Audio → Normal Mode. Select “Sph” in type. Select “level 6″ in Level. Enter 160 in value. Press Set. Restart the phone. It will increase your device's volume when you put your volume to the highest level. If you want to increase your volume ...


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You might want to buy this phone. http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-KX-PRW130W-dect_6-0-1-Handset-Telephone/dp/B00ISKW1J2/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1433663228&sr=1-1&keywords=KX-PRW130W



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