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Tasker is a pretty awesome app that basically lets you write lilttelittle apps/functionality, yourself.

A simple solution, using Tasker, is as follows:

  1. Create a new tasked called 'MissedCall'
  2. For the '1st context' choose State>Missed Call. Click OK
  3. Click Done
  4. Task selection, choose New Task
  5. Name it 'GetRidOfMissedCalls'. OK
  6. Click Add, choose Phone > Call Log. Click Done
  7. Click the + button to add another task
  8. Choose App > Go Home. Click Done
  9. Click Done, again
  10. Your task is now setup and you should be in the Tasker profile list, click Apply.

Basically what happens is that when you have a missed call Tasker will open up the Call Log list, which will get rid of the notification, Tasker will then return you to your home screen. I assume that most of you missed calls occur when the phone is in your pocket etc. so hopefully the behaviour of returning to the home screen is ok.

There will be a system flag for missed calls, and if I could find out what it is then we could just get Tasker to switch the flag to false (or missed call count =0), which would be a more elegant solution to the problem.

Tasker is a pretty awesome app that basically lets you write liltte apps/functionality, yourself.

A simple solution, using Tasker, is as follows:

  1. Create a new tasked called 'MissedCall'
  2. For the '1st context' choose State>Missed Call. Click OK
  3. Click Done
  4. Task selection, choose New Task
  5. Name it 'GetRidOfMissedCalls'. OK
  6. Click Add, choose Phone > Call Log. Click Done
  7. Click the + button to add another task
  8. Choose App > Go Home. Click Done
  9. Click Done, again
  10. Your task is now setup and you should be in the Tasker profile list, click Apply.

Basically what happens is that when you have a missed call Tasker will open up the Call Log list, which will get rid of the notification, Tasker will then return you to your home screen. I assume that most of you missed calls occur when the phone is in your pocket etc. so hopefully the behaviour of returning to the home screen is ok.

There will be a system flag for missed calls, and if I could find out what it is then we could just get Tasker to switch the flag to false (or missed call count =0), which would be a more elegant solution to the problem.

Tasker is a pretty awesome app that basically lets you write little apps/functionality, yourself.

A simple solution, using Tasker, is as follows:

  1. Create a new tasked called 'MissedCall'
  2. For the '1st context' choose State>Missed Call. Click OK
  3. Click Done
  4. Task selection, choose New Task
  5. Name it 'GetRidOfMissedCalls'. OK
  6. Click Add, choose Phone > Call Log. Click Done
  7. Click the + button to add another task
  8. Choose App > Go Home. Click Done
  9. Click Done, again
  10. Your task is now setup and you should be in the Tasker profile list, click Apply.

Basically what happens is that when you have a missed call Tasker will open up the Call Log list, which will get rid of the notification, Tasker will then return you to your home screen. I assume that most of you missed calls occur when the phone is in your pocket etc. so hopefully the behaviour of returning to the home screen is ok.

There will be a system flag for missed calls, and if I could find out what it is then we could just get Tasker to switch the flag to false (or missed call count =0), which would be a more elegant solution to the problem.

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Tasker is a pretty awesome app that basically lets you write liltte apps/functionality, yourself.

A simple solution, using Tasker, is as follows:

  1. Create a new tasked called 'MissedCall'
  2. For the '1st context' choose State>Missed Call. Click OK
  3. Click Done
  4. Task selection, choose New Task
  5. Name it 'GetRidOfMissedCalls'. OK
  6. Click Add, choose Phone > Call Log. Click Done
  7. Click the + button to add another task
  8. Choose App > Go Home. Click Done
  9. Click Done, again
  10. Your task is now setup and you should be in the Tasker profile list, click Apply.

Basically what happens is that when you have a missed call Tasker will open up the Call Log list, which will get rid of the notification, Tasker will then return you to your home screen. I assume that most of you missed calls occur when the phone is in your pocket etc. so hopefully the behaviour of returning to the home screen is ok.

There will be a system flag for missed calls, and if I could find out what it is then we could just get Tasker to switch the flag to false (or missed call count =0), which would be a more elegant solution to the problem.