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Not Call Log – Set Default End Call Action
Are you fed up of accidentally dialing someone from your call log after you’ve just finished a phone call? Or maybe like XDA forum member My_Immortal, you’re frustrated with your X10 returning to the lock-screen after every call.
The XDA member has found an application on the Market called Not Call Log, which fixes the problem.
The Android application let’s you choose the default end call action of your mobile device – you can return to the Home Screen, Dialer, LockScreen or any other application.
Originally coded to work for outgoing calls, the dev appears to have fixed Not Call Log to also now work with incoming calls.
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