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bio website sumit-nathany.blogspot.com
location Bangalore, India
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Jan 7 at 19:58

I am a technology enthusiast. I love the way technology can change human lives.


Aug
11
comment Blocking a call without the calling party knowing it
The AOSP thing that you talked about... even there the calling party will know that their call did ring but it was not answered. I want a solution where the phone radio will get turned off just as it detects a call from a given number. This will give a feeling to calling party that the called number is switched off.
Aug
4
awarded  Promoter
Jun
2
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
12
awarded  Organizer
Apr
12
revised Is there a way to disable voice search?
Not related to that phone
Apr
12
suggested suggested edit on Is there a way to disable voice search?
Apr
12
comment Is there a way to disable voice search?
You cannot disable every app in this way.
Apr
12
comment Contact name in SMS not recognised
@geffchang Well the format would be +91-22-1234567890 (no zero before 22)
Apr
10
revised Contact name in SMS not recognised
Corrected grammar, improved language, improved title
Apr
10
reviewed Reviewed Contact name in SMS not recognised
Apr
10
suggested suggested edit on Contact name in SMS not recognised
Apr
10
awarded  Custodian
Apr
10
comment Android applications need WiFi but I have only ethernet connection
I am not sure about this but android applications have only permissions to access internet (there is no specification that internet should be accessed using wi-fi or ethernet)
Apr
5
answered How to remove pre-installed apps from Xperia E?
Apr
4
awarded  Yearling
Apr
4
answered Distinguishing between placed received and non-received calls
Jan
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
3
comment Widget for controlling tethering
It does have a widget for Wifi AP.
Feb
1
answered Widget for controlling tethering
Dec
23
comment Does Android put wifi and other data networks to sleep when the display is turned off?
Removed the designing part. That would correct it somewhat.