Android :: Can We Make Phone Call Contact Pics Bigger?
Aug 10, 2010
I left the iphone after about 3 years.I got bored with it.I was do for an upgrade so I decided on the Samsung Galaxy Captivate.I love it.It does take some getting used to considering I never owned an android phone.I have searched for this but didn't find anything. I was wondering if there is something in the settings or an app that will make phone call pics larger.When someone calls me, their pic is kind of small.
Is there anyway to make the Caller ID pics any bigger than what they are? I know you can make them clearer by using syncmypix but they are ridiculously small for this large of screen. Still love my SF though! Just one of the little things thats kind of annoying. Any help would be great if there is an app or a hack for this.
Guys I find my self constantly hitting the period instead of the space bar and half of my texts/emails all have . laced all throughout them. Is there anyway to change the keyboard to where the space bar is bigger? I don't care about voice search so if I could get rid of that and make the space bar icon bigger that would be great.. is it possible?
I am coming from an iPhone where I could type like crazy quick on there. I can do the same on the Evo and love the bigger keys but for some reason the poisitioning of the space bar is killing me.
I am designing a screen , in which I am showing a gallery along with other UI components . The selected item is shown in the center of the gallery . I want to make the size of selected item somewhat bigger than the rest items of gallery .
Just got the phone over the weekend and love it! so far the best phone i have ever owned. is there any way to make the notification bar bigger? i have big fingers and so far that seems to be my only problem is trying to drag that bar down to see my notifications. if it could be like 5 pixels or so wider it would be much better.
I have had the Droid for a week now...I m droid number 2 the first one the touch screen would not work. I am coming from a Blackberry curve. The droid Im finding is hard to text on. I have to text one handed (don't ask why..) so the phyical keypad does me no good. Is there a way to make the keys bigger on the touchscreen? I did 2300+ texts last month so I really need it to be easier to hit the keys. Also i find the words I've already texted are very small compared to the BB curve anyone have any thoughts on that. This may be too much phone for me..i love the apps amd how superfast it it. but the texting is a issue.
I was looking at the Captivate and the iphone4 in store today and when comparing the same web pages in full page view the text on the Captivate was much smaller than the iphone4, even though the iphone screen is smaller. Zoom just made everything bigger so it wasn't in full page anymore. Is there a way to make the text bigger while in full page view? On a side note, that iphone4 screen is super sharp for text and the whites were much whiter vs the blueish tint on the Captivate.
When I open a web page with the stock browser I see the entire page shrunk down to nothing. I have to to make each page normal size. What can I do to make the pages open bigger an in a normal Mobile view. This the only problem I'm having with this Rom now.
I use Google Voice (love it) primarily because of it's visual voicemail on my Droid. I do have a Google Voice number, and I'm trying to decide whether to set the Droid app to "make calls using Google Voice" or not.
I have no problem with giving out a different number, and my placed calls seeing the GV number in caller ID.
My question is, does this affect how the call is actually connected, from a quality standpoint? I tired a call both ways, and the sound quality seemed a little bit different. But then, I am an obsessive compulsive weirdo.
Is there any difference in call quality or routing between making a native Verizon call and a Google Voice call on Droid? (Like, does Google voice actual use 3G to connect to Google server over the internetz, then place the phone call?)
I tend to either make or receive calls that end in me needing to make an appointment for that caller. Does anyone know if there is an app that handles that in a neat fashion.I'm just 24 hours into Android and although there are many things that are very different for me coming from years of winmo, I'm enjoying it.
To make a phone call via HTML on an iPhone I create an <A/> tag with an href formatted as: <a href='tel:123-555-1212'>Dial Me</a>.Is there an equivelant for HTML on Android? using the format href='tele:123-555-1212' does indeed work on on android. I was testing the app within a native Java wrapper on the device. It does not appear as if we can make a call from a web application hosted in a Native Wrapper.
I would like to make an Android application that user enter the number they would like to dial, and the app automatically format the number into *123*number# (that means the final number would contain 2 special character "*" and "#". Could you please help me how to let Android understand these special character and make the phone call in the right direction.
why are my contact pics so blurry? The only answers are for the Motorola droid and the "pathways" you take are difrerent than the droid eris. Ex: got mms with pic, long pressed and saved. Went to album, selected pic, pressed menu button, set as, then chose contact. I figured that was a standard way of doing it and it worked. Except thay when i get a call from contact the picture looks pixelated and blurry. But all other pics not set as contact loom AMAZING. Any help? Do I also need to wait for that Google update talked about in a previous thread about the motorola droid? Another quick question.......my keyboard is lagging super hard while typing (only on this site btw) is there too much going on.
I have a widget, and I want it to make a phone call to a preset number when the user clicks on it. How do I do this? I havn't yet understood how widgets work, so it would be really helpful if you could provide a sample code.
With Facebook integration and having tons of peoples phone numbers at hand in the Phone button, I really really would feel more comfortable if it would prompt me after clicking on a name. The touch is is super sensitive and even scrolling through, I accidentally called people I haven't talked to in years.
what is the best way to make a phone call?I am coming from a BB Curve and when I wanted to call my husband, I just pushed the letter T (his name is Tim) and it would pop up with my T contacts and I would hit go and it would call him.Now, on the droid, I hit the phone icon, then hit contacts, then scroll through all the way down to T and select him there.Is there a better way? And I did search the forums, but the questions having to do with making calls were all way more complicated than this one!
Is there a way to use my computer to make calls through my Eris? I want to dial from my computer, speak through my computer's microphone and hear the other person through my computer's speakers. I don't want to use VOIP though, I just want a program that will sync those functions with my phone. I ultimately would like to be able to dock my phone and not have to touch it until I want to unplug it.
I'm on my 2nd Hero at the moment but m having a problem with my contact pictures. On my 1st Hero with Orange they were perfectly clear however I now have 1 with T-mobile and the contact pictures are very blurry, almost unrecognisable. Anyone know why this would happen and how to fix it? It is the exact same pics from the same memory card that I used on the 1st phone, I just swapped it over to the new 1 when it arrived I should add that when I say contact pics, its only when m calling some1 and their face fills the screen that this happens
Is it possible to use a contact's facebook pic that is NOT their profile pic? I have a couple of friends who have some funny pics on their facebook profiles and I would like to use them instead of the linked profile pic.