In This Chapter
Connecting with a contact
Calling favorite people
Getting a call
Dismissing a call with a text message
Finding missed calls
Perusing the call log
Credit the Bell Telephone Company for its brilliant design: I’ve never seen a manual (or a book) on how to use the old landline telephone. When it rang, you picked up the handset and started talking. To make a call, you picked up the handset and dialed or punched in a number. It had neither an Enter key nor a Phone button. You heard either a dial tone or a busy signal, or you started talking. Life was simple.
Here in the 21st century, with a device as diverse as the Galaxy Note, making phone ...