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Just got my new One today, came from a rooted and rom'd S3. One feature I miss, that I thought was just a KitKat feature is the reverse lookup when calling/getting called from businesses. Is there a way to enable that on here? Or is that a AOSP thing?
 
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Just got my new One today, came from a rooted and rom'd S3. One feature I miss, that I thought was just a KitKat feature is the reverse lookup when calling/getting called from businesses. Is there a way to enable that on here? Or is that a AOSP thing?
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...erselookupfree
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Kind of. It was actually built into the dialer. I was poking around, and it seems like that is a stock-Google feature built into the barebones google dialer. I might use this though! Thanks!
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