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A look at CyanogenMod 11M1

A look at CyanogenMod 11M1

Posted Dec 20, 2013 23:15 UTC (Fri) by JanC_ (subscriber, #34940)
In reply to: A look at CyanogenMod 11M1 by BlueLightning
Parent article: A look at CyanogenMod 11M1

You people obviously don't remember the times back when most people didn't even have an answering machine, and it was up to the caller to get through at a time when the callee is around... Or maybe you worry too much. :p


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A look at CyanogenMod 11M1

Posted Dec 21, 2013 13:17 UTC (Sat) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389) [Link]

The transition that happened is that phone numbers are tied to people, not a location. It is reasonable that a location does not have the ability to answer a call. Now that people are expected to be available 24/7 (well, sleep is usually acceptable), not answering your phone now evokes "OMG, what happened to them?" thoughts in certain people.

A look at CyanogenMod 11M1

Posted Jan 13, 2014 22:05 UTC (Mon) by ThinkRob (subscriber, #64513) [Link]

Sometimes it's easier to fix that bug with the people than with the phones. Plus, once it's fixed the solution works across any phone you might get. ;)


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