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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Enable and Use Direct Call Features

One of the things that makes a lot of attention focused on Samsung's flagship smartphone named Samsung Galaxy SIII is that the device comes and equipped with Motion-based software. This software could eventually support the use of cool features available in this device, such as tilt to zoom, smart alert, direct call etc.. Motion-based software is also pinned by Samsung on their other products that run on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, like the Galaxy SIII Mini and the Galaxy Note 2.

See also: How to Enable and Use Smart Motion Gestures on Samsung Galaxy S3

There are many gestures available on the Galaxy SIII. But this time we will learn about direct call and how to use it.

How to enable Direct Call?
Before you can use this feature on your phone, first of all you should enable it. Taken from the site, below the simple steps you need to do:
  1. From the Home screen go to Settings.
  2. Choose Motion.
  3. Turn Direct call on by toggle the button beside it.
  4. It will turn into green as a sign that the feature has been activated.
  5. Done. Now you can use this feature on your phone.

How to use Direct Call?
Once you have finished enable this feature, now you can begin to take advantage of this feature. It's so easy to use direct call on Samsung Galaxy SIII, simply by holding your phone near your ear then this phone smartly will automatically make a call at the phone number currently displayed on your phone's screen. Number can be retrieved from the message you are reading or the contact details that you are viewing.

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It's easy and simple. You can save your time to open some screen's tap using this feature. So, thanks to its operating system that allows us to do many cool things with ease through this phone. Try and feel the benefits that you can get from this feature and let me know about it by write them through the comments below :)


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