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    Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    I have a doubt. I would like to know whether it is possible for navigating directly towards ‘Settings’ at the time of attending an incoming call or an outgoing call from my android Smartphone. I am using an HTC One S android Smartphone. If possible, also let me know how this can be done from my android handset.

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    Nebula Nebula is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    It can be done, for that you have to bring the Settings short cut access Menu to the Main window. usually called as Home screen in Android. Access the Settings Icon and hard press it, then it will automatically be placed in the Main window.

    After that whenever you receive the calls, just press the Menu and access the Settings directly from Home screen. All the Best.

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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    Yes.. Its is possible to move to your settings while you are attending a call. Try to take the call using headphones , so it would be easy to access the Settings or
    other Menu options. While you are on call, try to click on either Home/Menu softkey from your mobile. This will take you to the Menu page while you still on the call.
    The call information will be minimized to your notification window. Now, you can choose the 'Settings' from the menu and can try to change it.
    You need to try and check whether you will able to change the Call Settings. I doubt it as you are already in the call. Try this out.. All the best!!

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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    Hello Guest,
    There is no direct shortcut but you can easily access settings while ongoing calls. Just press the Home Button during an ongoing call. Now you can point to Menu>Settings. Thank You. I hope my solution would be helpful.

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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    Of course, it is possible to navigte to settings while you are on call. Just tap on menu buttons which will provide menu options. In that, you can click on "settings" which is the one you want to go to. That's it. Remember, to do this, your phone must be able to support multi-tasking.

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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    This is not a big process. This can be done by setting your android home screen. Just bring the icon of settings on to the home screen. while your on call press it and you can directly navigate to settings.

    THANK YOU

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    Re: Direct navigation to settings possible while on call in android

    yes it can be done..
    it help if you are attending the call on Handsfree.. you can use your phone even on call..
    you should also place the shortcut to Settings icon on Home screen itself..
    then while on call.. you can easily navigate your way into settings..

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