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My Samsung® Galaxy S® III by Steve Schwartz

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Receiving Calls

The other half of the phone call equation is that of receiving and responding to incoming calls. For instructions on setting general and personal ringtones to announce incoming calls, see “Ringtones” in Chapter 17.

Responding to an Incoming Call

1. When a call comes in, the caller is identified by name and number (if he or she has a Contacts record), by number (if there’s no matching Contacts record), or by Private Caller (if he or she has blocked his or her caller ID).

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2. You can respond in any of the following ways:

Accept call. Drag the green phone icon to the right.

Reject call. Drag the red phone icon to the left, sending ...

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