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Call issues Hi , When i click phone icon it is first going into my tasks ..I dont understand why it is taking me to Tasks screen when i click Phone. Please suggest me how to change the settings as i am having this problem only when i click phone rest everything is fine. Thanks and Regards, Anil.

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Perform a soft reset and check if that is working. otherwise there might be problem with system files related to phone dialer...better take the phone to auth service center

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