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Long-touch a contact to show a menu of available options for activities that you can perform for that contact.

You also might need to delete a contact. That's easy enough to do, too. In the Contacts application, long-touch the contact you want to delete and touch Delete Contact on the menu that appears. A confirmation message similar to the one shown in Figure 4.4 appears. If you truly want to delete the contact, touch OK and the contact will be deleted. You can also touch Cancel if you change your mind, and the contact will remain intact.

Use caution when deleting your contact information. Be sure that you truly want Q to delete it before you touch OK in the confirmation message, because after you delete the information, you can't retrieve it. If you inadvertently delete a contact, you will need to re-create it from scratch.

You might like to know one last neat trick about your contacts. Unfortunately, the Android phone doesn't have a speed-dial system set up. So each time you need to call someone, you have to open the Dialer, the Call Log, or Contacts, or (if you're a T-Mobile subscriber) use your MyFaves application. You can also use the Voice Dialer, if that's your preference. But it can still be a little frustrating not to have speed-dial available.

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Dialer Call Tog

Amanda

Mobile 555-1212

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Dialer Call Tog

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Mobile 555-1212

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