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Starksoft Smart CallerID for Android
We would like to see more work on dialers for Android as the default one is quite simple. So, XDA member -=(Kad)=- presents Smart CallerID for your Android device. The app allows you to use a high resolution image to give that touch of personal style to your dialer, features notifications after the end of an outgoing call with the contact information and call duration, notify the loss / finding the network, as well as the inclusion of flight mode, and full screen callerID.
The developer has tested it on a HTC HD2 but should work on other similar devices running Android 2.1 and up. You can grab it in the usual place and on the original thread. Please leave some comments.
Originally posted by -=(Kad)=-
[APP] Starksoft Smart CallerID
Starksoft Smart CallerID 1.5
Starksoft Smart CallerID allows us to establish high-resolution photos on the caller, as well as:
1) Display a notification after the end of an outgoing call with the contact information and call duration
2) Notifies the loss / finding the network, as well as the inclusion of flight mode
3) Intercepts outgoing calls, protecting it from accidental dialing (with the possible exception or complete shutdown of the function)
4) When switched radio offers to include it in an outgoing call
video is here
Continue to the application thread.
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