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Sharing contact info with another person via SMS on Jelly Bean
I consider myself an Android fanboy, hopeful, whatever you wanna call it. But recent changes are starting to really really get to me.
ICS and Jelly Bean updates and all the new versions of apps compatible with JB made my Nexus S a piece of crap I used to have back in nokia days. Takes ages to launch any app, calling section lags like hell. google reader seems to not be compatible with whatever GPU my phone has, google maps is a slide show like never before. I know I know - 512Mb of ram in my phone is not enough anymore, but meh to open source. Now to the question of the topic:
Jelly Bean somehow lost the ability to send one of my contacts info(number, name) to another person via sms. Like today I needed to text someone another person's phone number with his name. I needed to do that quickly but I was in the bus, so I said OK no problem I just take out my superphone and text you that number. yeah. After half an hour, I ended up writing that damn number on piece of paper and that way sending it via sms to a friend. What happened to share via sms? I have share via BT, ftp, skype, email. I run Handcent, which uses default People app on my phone to sharesome thing.
So is there any magic way to send a vcard or simply just adding number and name to text message without going to People, finding that person, clicking settings>edit>copy the number(after half an hours of failed attempts to select the damn thing in the bus in London roads) and then paste it to the SMS field?
I really getting to the point where I just want to nail that damn phone to the wall. It fails me properly whenever I needed it quickly