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    Add Contcts:

    1. Tap “Apps” on the home screen
    2. Launch “Contacts”
    3. Tap “+”
    4. Enter the contact’s details (phone number, name etc.) in the appropriate fields
    5. Tap “Done”

    Import / Export Contacts:

    1. Open “Contacts”
    2. Tap “menu” > “Import / Export”
    3. Tap to “Import from SIM card”, “Import from storage”, or “Export to storage”
    4. When exporting contacts, tap “OK” to confirm
    5. If importing contacts, choose an account and follow the on-screen instructions

    Create a Speed Dial Widget:

    1. Tap and hold an empty area on the home screen
    2. Tap “Widgets”
    3. Scroll to and find the “Direct Dial” widget
    4. Tap and hold the widget, and drag > drop it on the home screen
    5. When the contacts list appears, select the contact you want to associate with the Direct Dial widget
    6. You can add multiple Direct Dial widgets for multiple contacts, and you can organize them in folders on the home screen by dragging and dropping the widgets on top of one another (as you would do with regular icons / shortcuts)

    Delete Contacts:

    1. Tap “Apps” on the home screen
    2. Open “Contacts”
    3. Select the desired contact
    4. Tap the “edit” icon and press “Menu”
    5. Tap “Delete” > “OK”

    Create a New Caller Group:

    1. Open the apps drawer and launch “Contacts”
    2. Tap the “add” icon at the bottom of the screen
    3. Under “Groups” tap “Group name”
    4. Tap “Create a new Group” and enter the desired name for the group
    5. Tap “OK” to confirm
    6. Enter a contact’s name to add it to the group and tap “Back” to save

    Add a Contact to an Existing Caller Group:

    1. Open “Contacts”
    2. Tap and hold the contact you want to add to a group
    3. Tap “Edit”
    4. Under “Groups”, tap “Group name”
    5. Tap to add the contact in the “Friends”, “Family” or “Coworkers” group, or a custom one
    6. Tap “Back” to save

    View and Reset the Call Log:

    1. Tap “Phone” on the home screen
    2. Tap “Menu” > “Call history”
    3. To view more details about a call log entry, tap and hold it
    4. To reset the call log, tap “Menu” > “Clear call log”



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    Mr. HHH
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    Re: OnePlus 2: Manage Contacts & Caller Groups

    On my OnePlus 2 the contact manager and OS is over simplified. "NO OPTIONS" for adding/creating "Groups", adding/creating "Organization" to contact, and assigning/adding/creating "Speed Dialing". The OnePlus 2 could be a very good business tool if only their "ROM/Management Team" would think things out.

    I have a Note 3, as well, and very happy with it's orientation to business application.



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    Mr. HHH
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    Re: OnePlus 2: Manage Contacts & Caller Groups

    I have investigated installed several different 'Contact' managers I have settled upon "ASUS Dialer & Contacts". It is by far the most user friendly & straight forward. You don't need a user manual. You can sort by name, group, organization. You can add 'Organization' and other fields. You can assign ring tones to individual contacts. You can assign contacts to specific speed dial numbers on the key pad. It is very similar to my Note 3 and an excellent replacement on phones such as the 'OnePlus' phones. You install "ASUS Dialer & Contacts" and start using it you have been using it your whole life.

    "DW Contacts & Phone & Dialer" can do what "ASUS Dialer & Contacts" and is nowhere as user friendly. It takes some effort to use the "User Interface" and the need for a "User Guide/Help" of some sort is lacking at best. I am not a business professional, but I do need the ability to sort "Business, Organization & other agencies" as well as "Personal". "DW Contacts & Phone & Dialer's" user interface needs refining, but better than all the others for usefulness.

    These use of 'ring tones' let me identify the caller and I can decide whether to pull over and answer the call.



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    Kvnreddy
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    Re: OnePlus 2: Manage Contacts & Caller Groups

    Does any one can help me to select group in contacts to send the message to that particular group



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