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Stop Making Unwanted Phone Calls With Call Confirm for Android
If you have shortcuts in your Android home screen (whichever launcher you may be using), it is rather likely that you have initiated a call by accidentally tapping on one of the shortcuts. Well, thanks to a little app called Called Confirm, this is a thing of the past. The app will pop up with a confirmation dialog box, which will ask you whether you are truly trying to make a phone call or not. It may be cumbersome for some as it will require an extra click to make that phone call, but it certainly saves you from a lot of embarrassment. Now, XDA member Corleone! brings us the app, but for French speakers! So, if you couldn’t not use this because you couldn’t read the text in the pop up box, now you will be able to.
Please leave some feedback for the dev in case you find any bugs.
I’ve made a french version of the excellent Call Confirm!
Unofficial release Call Confirm 1.2.1 FR apk:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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