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Default [Q] Why Does the Call Log Screen Pop Up At Random?

I'm not sure if I have some setting on that I am not aware of, but my call log screen will randomly pop up when I am viewing a page, app, or anything else on the phone. Is anyone else seeing this or know the cause? Thanks.
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I haven't seen this yet. Doesn't mean that I won't at some point, but right now my call log hasn't popped up without me wanting it to.
 
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My Samsung G Nexus did this all the time. I have not had this issue on my S5 though. Not sure if running a call filter/rejection app could cause this, I had one on my Nexus and then I noticed the log screen come up all the time when I had the app installed. I figured it was the app causing it.
 
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My Samsung G Nexus did this all the time. I have not had this issue on my S5 though. Not sure if running a call filter/rejection app could cause this, I had one on my Nexus and then I noticed the log screen come up all the time when I had the app installed. I figured it was the app causing it.
Interesting...I have the built-in call blocking setting activated. I'll disable it and see if that makes a difference.
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Interesting...I have the built-in call blocking setting activated. I'll disable it and see if that makes a difference.
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My Samsung G Nexus did this all the time. I have not had this issue on my S5 though. Not sure if running a call filter/rejection app could cause this, I had one on my Nexus and then I noticed the log screen come up all the time when I had the app installed. I figured it was the app causing it.
I tried this, but it did not resolve the problem. Thanks for the suggestion, tho.
 
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I tried this, but it did not resolve the problem. Thanks for the suggestion, tho.
I read in another thread that it could be GG or G2N pinging your phone for new stuff.

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I am experiencing this issue also and I have read it is with my Neo 2 and my S5. Has anyone got a fix it is really annoying?

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