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You can use whats'up or some voip application like skype or CS-IP app with voip provider credential. In the last case You can have a fixed phone number, , Just ask people to call You ate the virtual number.


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This Problem usually comes with 250MB plus version of google Apps package. If the problem persists, try installing nano version of arm based GApps. hope it will solve the issue.


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Outgoing calling via Hangouts Dialer app uses 3G/4G LTE/Wi-Fi data, and utilizes high-quality voice technology, depending on your connection (it will sound better on LTE vs. 3G.) It's very similar to how other VoIP solutions work (Viber, Line, Skype, etc.) with the added bonus of being able to call domestic landlines and cellular providers at no extra cost, ...


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As far as I know, this could be changed simply by buttons on the side of the phone at the moment you are calling.


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Voice and data are handled independently in 3G- voice uses circuit switching and data on packet switching. Hence, priority of one over another is not correct as claimed. For additional details see this Frequent call drops could be due to other reasons like tower density, frequency used, congestion, Overloading etc, which can be addressed by your carrier. ...


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I experienced a similar problem on my OnePlus One a few months ago. I fixed it by disabling "Ok Google" detection from any screen in the Google app settings. Apparently, the always on voice detection interferes with the voice in the call and hence the other person is unable to hear. It appears to be a Cyanogen bug.


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As far as I can see, the data is preferred on provider's side, so if they have high load by data, they drop calls.


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Anti noise feature can cause that . you try can deactivat it . Make a call then click menu button it should be deactivated frol there .


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I think it mostly has to do with both of the following: A lack of demand for the feature. While a small minority of users may want this feature, most "normal" users probably never even think about it. The laws in the US regarding recording phone calls are relatively complex. They usually vary from state to state (source). Companies probably do not want to ...



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