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You can use Line2 to help you forward calls to anyone anywhere. First, you download the Line2 app on your cell phone and subscribe to a paid plan. You can then port or transfer your existing number to Line2 and once the port is completed, you can set up the call forwarding feature to direct your calls to any number, whether cellular or voIP.
I have a very simple solution for this. Instead of going through all such technicalities you can download this free conference call app called MeetingMogul that allows one touch dialing facility on iOS as well as Android phones.
Can two apps use the microphone at the same time? As far as I know: By default, the same way two different apps can't use the camera at the same time, the same principle applies to microphone too. Since these hardwares' drivers respond to only one call from one user at a time. Of course you can make an app that gets the input from microphone and then acts ...
I just fixed mine now. It was from the sensors. I disassembled the phone and I cleaned the sensors and the glass under the screen with alcohol on a cotton-tipped swab and it's working perfectly now.
With the info you provided, one possibility is that the screen times out after five minutes, locking the phone, and thus ends the call. This shouldn't happen during a call, but go to your display settings and make sure your screen doesn't time out to see if this solves your problem. Again, it is unlikely this is the problem, but it is a possibility.
Line2 works in this situation. You can have your brother download the Line2 apps on his cell phone and Android/PC/Mac devices and subscribe to a paid plan. He can then port or transfer his existing number to Line2. After the port is completed, he would be able to access his number across all his devices. Since Line2 syncs between multiple devices, he will be ...
I have noticed (while searching like mad to put my phone in a universal waterproof case for my handlebar, where the proximity sensor is hidden), that when the Bluetooth is on the screen stays on during a call. Also, as Brian says here, when I'm on a ride with the "Strava" app running and I receive a call, the screen goes black, but if I press the "back" ...
Plugging in and out the headphones multiple times worked for me
Marshmallow (Android 6) has a new permissions model. Applications targeting Marshmallow can now be restricted to fewer permissions at runtime, and these applications should fail gracefully, rather than the all-or-nothing permissions model of prior Android versions. In Marshmallow, this is a feature of the standard OS, and does not require rooting or ...
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