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Android – Set Up Call Rejection Messages
Posted By Andrew On March 18, 2014 @ 10:34 AM In Android | 3 Comments
It happens – you’re driving, shoveling snow, or in a heated argument with your significant other over who played “Higgins” on Magnum P.I.. Whatever the case, sometimes you just can’t tear yourself away to take a call.
Don’t worry, Android’s OS has got you covered with a host of call rejection text messages! You can even add your own!
Let’s take a look:
Tap your Settings Icon>Call>Set up call rejection messages
You’ll see a list of pre-made messages you can use, but at the top you’ll also see an option to “create“.
If you tap it, you’re taken to a screen where you can use the keyboard to input whatever message you’d like.
Keep in mind, however, that you’re limited to 6 rejection message at a time – this is to make it easier for you to choose something when you’re doing something involved, like driving*.
Want more space for messages? Just tap and hold on the message and you’ll be given a choice to Edit or Delete!
*Worldstart does not condone the use of your phone while behind the wheel. Use at your own discretion.
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