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Swipe once, then tap blue phone symbol once.
I tried calling on my Galaxy Note 5 and had same problem with all numbers. I rebooted phone and it started back working.
I was able to do it by going to Settings > Apps > then click the gear icon in upper right corner for the "Configure Apps" options. Under "Advanced" choose "Default Apps" and change "Phone App" to the Google Dialer. It was "Contacts" originally. You might get prompted at the next time you tap a # to dial out, but just choose the Google Dialer and select "...
Google Now on Tap on Marshmallow does something similar but not perfectly Long pressing the Home brings up the Google Now on Tap with various options , one of them being calling the number listed ( others being- text, share and add contact). The number gets pasted on the telephone app without any user intervention. One can directly call from there This ...
You can select a number as "default" or "main" and then this number will be dialed when you call that person. Usually it can be done by long tap on a number and then selecting "Set as default".
This smaller Caller ID banner does appear only when on the home screen and when using an application. I assume this was done so as not to cover the whole screen in case the user is doing something critical or the like. While on the lock screen, an incoming call will take the whole screen to show Caller ID, presumably because the user wouldn't be doing ...
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