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How to Change Caller ID on out going calls and my phone name under contacts????


Wednesday 21st of July 2010 / droidforums.net
So I have no clue how this happened but my phone number in my Droid X is listed with a random name "pornswinger" When I call or text people on google voice pornswinger appears on their end. When I go under contacts on my Droid X "Pornswinger" is the name listed for my Droid X phone number. How the heck can i change this??? I tried to delete the contact but it keeps saying, "U can't delete yourself"I'm stuck, HELP ME!!!
posted on: Droid X Tech Support
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Incoming Calls


Saturday 02nd of July 2011 / droidforums.net
My Droid X will not pull names from my address book for my caller ID. Does anyone know why this my be and how to fix it? Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums
posted on: Droid X FAQ
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Skype Question...I am CONFUSED!


Sunday 09th of January 2011 / droidforums.net
Hey,I tried finding the answer to this on the support section of the skype website but wasn't able to ascertain a solid answer. My question is this....Can I get a skype phone number either from the US or Canada, be in Canada using WiFi or 3G on my cell phone and either call someone from that particular number or receive calls to my Droid X on that particular number. For example, if I bought a number 514-555-5551, could I call someone from my cell phone, have that number show up on their caller ID as well as receive a call to my cell phone when someone dials my number of 514-555-5551. I hope I didn't make that too confusing.Any assistance would be appreciated.TA
posted on: Android Applications
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Name announce caller id through bluetooth


Thursday 08th of September 2011 / droidforums.net
<em>Hello!!! I've been waiting for someone to help me with this and was wondering if I was at the correct site for droid charge!! Does anyone know what app that has name announce caller id that will work with a bluetooth headset, but NOT got through the speaker as well?? I used the the ecid (enhanced caller id) from the droid market on my evo with great success, but got tired of losing signals and when I would call my wife on her evo, she wouldn't answer. That almost caused a divorce!! So, now I'm lookin for either droid charge or droid x!! I've been leaning toward the droid charge for a while now!! I hope someone can give me some feedback ASAP!!!?? Thank you for your timely response!!
posted on: Samsung Droid Charge
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Droid X and caller ID


Friday 21st of January 2011 / droidforums.net
I just purchased a Droidx through Verizon wireless and my business name wont show up on the caller ID of the person I am calling.Is there an app that can be used or some way to get this activated?Verizon has told me a host of different things and none have solved my problem.
posted on: Rescue Squad Help
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A Look at Verizon Bloatware on the Moto X – Droid Life


Thursday 01st of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
The Moto X is not bloatware-free. Early reports suggested that Motorola was going to do everything in their power to keep the bloat to a minimum, possibly on an Apple level, but I’m not sure they won that battle. Sure, they kept the amount down when compared to phones from LG and Samsung, however, there are still plenty of pre-installed Verizon apps that cannot be removed. In the set of screenshots above, we’re counting nine (9) in total – Caller Name ID, Mobile Hotspot, NFL Mobile, QuickOffice, Verizon Tones, Voicemail, Setup, My Verizon, and VZ Navigator. Now, you could argue that a couple of those aren’t actually bloatware and that they are useful, but by our standards, they make the cut.You could probably toss in Assist, Migrate, and Moto Care if you were getting really picky, but since those are a part of the Moto X experience, we are leaving them out.
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Verizon Bloatware Seen on the Moto X


Thursday 01st of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
We all know that Verizon is infamous for putting their touch on every device that graces their network. It appears that the newly announced Moto X is no different. While Motorola made attempts at keeping it close to none it looks like Verizon had the upper hand. It may not be the ridiculous amount that comes with other devices from Big Red but they’re still there.As you can see from the picture above, we see the usual assortment of Verizon branded apps such as Caller Name ID, Mobile Hotspot, NFL Mobile, QuickOffice, Verizon Tones, Voicemail, Setup, My Verizon, and VZ Navigator.I wouldn’t necessarily call QuickOffice bloatware myself as it’s owned by Google, and it’s nice to see that the assortment of Amazon apps that are now bundled with Verizon phones aren’t there. While you may have hoped to escape bloatware entirely it appears that this won’t be the case. Let’s just hope that Verizon doesn’t slap a giant logo on it.source: Droid-Life» See more articles by Jack Holt//
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Verizon Bloatware Seen on the Moto X


Thursday 01st of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
We all know that Verizon is infamous for putting their touch on every device that graces their network. It appears that the newly announced Moto X is no different. While Motorola made attempts at keeping it close to none it looks like Verizon had the upper hand. It may not be the ridiculous amount that comes with other devices from Big Red but they’re still there.As you can see from the picture above, we see the usual assortment of Verizon branded apps such as Caller Name ID, Mobile Hotspot, NFL Mobile, QuickOffice, Verizon Tones, Voicemail, Setup, My Verizon, and VZ Navigator.I wouldn’t necessarily call QuickOffice bloatware myself as it’s owned by Google, and it’s nice to see that the assortment of Amazon apps that are now bundled with Verizon phones aren’t there. While you may have hoped to escape bloatware entirely it appears that this won’t be the case. Let’s just hope that Verizon doesn’t slap a giant logo on it.source: Droid-Life» See more articles by Jack Holt//
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Verizon Bloatware Seen on the Moto X


Thursday 01st of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
We all know that Verizon is infamous for putting their touch on every device that graces their network. It appears that the newly announced Moto X is no different. While Motorola made attempts at keeping it close to none it looks like Verizon had the upper hand. It may not be the ridiculous amount that comes with other devices from Big Red but they’re still there.As you can see from the picture above, we see the usual assortment of Verizon branded apps such as Caller Name ID, Mobile Hotspot, NFL Mobile, QuickOffice, Verizon Tones, Voicemail, Setup, My Verizon, and VZ Navigator.I wouldn’t necessarily call QuickOffice bloatware myself as it’s owned by Google, and it’s nice to see that the assortment of Amazon apps that are now bundled with Verizon phones aren’t there. While you may have hoped to escape bloatware entirely it appears that this won’t be the case. Let’s just hope that Verizon doesn’t slap a giant logo on it.source: Droid-Life» See more articles by Jack Holt//
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Verizon Bloatware Seen on the Moto X


Thursday 01st of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
We all know that Verizon is infamous for putting their touch on every device that graces their network. It appears that the newly announced Moto X is no different. While Motorola made attempts at keeping it close to none it looks like Verizon had the upper hand. It may not be the ridiculous amount that comes with other devices from Big Red but they’re still there.As you can see from the picture above, we see the usual assortment of Verizon branded apps such as Caller Name ID, Mobile Hotspot, NFL Mobile, QuickOffice, Verizon Tones, Voicemail, Setup, My Verizon, and VZ Navigator.I wouldn’t necessarily call QuickOffice bloatware myself as it’s owned by Google, and it’s nice to see that the assortment of Amazon apps that are now bundled with Verizon phones aren’t there. While you may have hoped to escape bloatware entirely it appears that this won’t be the case. Let’s just hope that Verizon doesn’t slap a giant logo on it.source: Droid-Life» See more articles by Jack Holt//
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