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location Québec, Canada
age 23
visits member for 1 year, 3 months
seen Jan 25 at 15:59

My phone:

- Samsung Galaxy Q (SGH-T589W)
- Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
- Processor: 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227
- Internal storage: 152 MB
- RAM: 279 MB
- SD card: 2 GB
- Carrier: Videotron

Jan
5
accepted Obtaining some 4.0 functions on a 2.3 phone through rooting?
Sep
10
asked Making notifications easier to hear when listening to music
Sep
10
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
26
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
10
comment Obtaining some 4.0 functions on a 2.3 phone through rooting?
@Michael Weeeeell. I'm poor and this -is- a new phone to begin with. More, like, it's time to suck it up and endure. :p
Jan
29
accepted Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
Jan
29
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
I'm sorry. I was being so specific because my phone's internal memory is nearly full and to try it, I'll need to delete a few apps, and I don't really have any game or such, just daily use stuff, so I wanted to make really sure it did what I needed before making a choice. But you're right. I'm sorry for pestering you with this. Thanks for your patience. ^.^ (PS: I didn't mean to say it was pointless all short ; more like pointless in my case.)
Jan
29
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
Current Caller ID, can it lookup numbers after they've called? Like, when connected to the Internet, it takes my whole call history, looks each number up and remember their names, and then runs another search for new unknown numbers the next time my phone is connected to the Internet? Because my phone is not online 99 % of the time, so if I need to be connected whenever I get a call, it's quite pointless.
Jan
27
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
@William But those aren't it two separate places, are they? There are even three places where I can put them. Google account, SIM card, phone. But they'll all still show up in Contacts, and as such, the "pollution" still occurs.
Jan
27
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
But does it require an Internet connection whenever I receive a call, or does it have memory, and can it fetch people's names automatically, when I get home, at night, and remember them for the next time they call?
Jan
26
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
But this... requires a mobile Internet connection, right?
Jan
26
comment Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
@MatthewRead Yeah. I'm mostly looking for a workaround. Like a "phone book" external to my contacts.
Jan
26
revised Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
added 162 characters in body
Jan
26
comment Screen turning on during calls
@MatthewRead. Aw well. I'll just hope someone, someday, has an idea.
Jan
26
asked Having Strangers' Names in Caller ID Display
Jan
25
comment Screen turning on during calls
@MatthewRead I don't mean to harass, but you seemed to have a solution, and then to have forgotten me.
Jan
11
comment Screen turning on during calls
@MatthewRead: Added in the end of my question.
Jan
11
revised Screen turning on during calls
added phone specs
Jan
11
asked Screen turning on during calls
Jan
11
accepted Free / local voicemail / answering machine