1. coreyacole's Avatar
    All calls show this, even those in my contact list. Some of them with newer area codes have a +1.

    Is this a T-Mobile thing, a Nexus thing, or a Lollipop thing?

    I remember it happening on an old phone when I was on at&t, but I can't seem to find an option to turn it off. Anyone know how without rooting or roms?

    Definitely not a deal breaker, but it's annoying for anal-retentives like myself.

    Thanks.

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    12-30-2014 05:51 PM
  2. maverick7526's Avatar
    All calls show this, even those in my contact list. Some of them with newer area codes have a +1.

    Is this a T-Mobile thing, a Nexus thing, or a Lollipop thing?

    I remember it happening on an old phone when I was on at&t, but I can't seem to find an option to turn it off. Anyone know how without rooting or roms?

    Definitely not a deal breaker, but it's annoying for anal-retentives like myself.

    Thanks.

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    That's been done since android GB I think. My phones have always done the '+1' thing

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    12-30-2014 06:12 PM
  3. Benjamin_NYC's Avatar
    And that's a good thing.

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    12-30-2014 06:21 PM
  4. coreyacole's Avatar
    I know it has the ability, but I also know I could turn it off before. I have no need for it. I just can't figure out how I did it then.

    Or maybe before, I could do it because I was on at&t or a non nexus or pre lollipop.

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    12-30-2014 10:19 PM
  5. Benjamin_NYC's Avatar
    I know it has the ability, but I also know I could turn it off before. I have no need for it. I just can't figure out how I did it then.

    Or maybe before, I could do it because I was on at&t or a non nexus or pre lollipop.

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    It should not be able to be disabled IMHO

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    01-01-2015 07:51 PM
  6. coreyacole's Avatar
    It should not be able to be disabled IMHO

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    And in mine, since needing to dial a 1 died with free long distance on my cell phone in 1997, having a 1 arbitrarily show up on calls should die too.

    Had this been a "feature" that was always there, I could ignore it. Because I could disable it on my last umpteen smartphones, I'd like to do it on this one.

    So either no one else it bothered by this (admittedly anal-retentive nitpick) or it can't be turned off.

    Guess I'll go amend all of my contacts to add the superfluous 1 so they match.

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    01-02-2015 09:30 AM
  7. Benjamin_NYC's Avatar
    And in mine, since needing to dial a 1 died with free long distance on my cell phone in 1997, having a 1 arbitrarily show up on calls should die too.

    Had this been a "feature" that was always there, I could ignore it. Because I could disable it on my last umpteen smartphones, I'd like to do it on this one.

    So either no one else it bothered by this (admittedly anal-retentive nitpick) or it can't be turned off.

    Guess I'll go amend all of my contacts to add the superfluous 1 so they match.

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    Obviously you have never left the United States. If you ever bother to do so, you will appreciate what the phone is doing for you.

    If you ever even made an international call, you probably still dial 011.

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    01-03-2015 06:29 AM
  8. coreyacole's Avatar
    Obviously you have never left the United States. If you ever bother to do so, you will appreciate what the phone is doing for you.

    If you ever even made an international call, you probably still dial 011.

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    Nothing in what I said was obvious about my travel habits, and recounting all the passport stamps I have would take too long to remember and type.

    Regardless of that, I don't appreciate it as a "feature," hence my desire to turn it off on this phone as I've been able to do on every other phone I've had.

    So rather than tell me incorrectly why I should want it, tell me how to turn it off, or tell me unequivocally that I can't.

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    01-03-2015 09:49 PM
  9. Benjamin_NYC's Avatar
    Nothing in what I said was obvious about my travel habits, and recounting all the passport stamps I have would take too long to remember and type.

    Regardless of that, I don't appreciate it as a "feature," hence my desire to turn it off on this phone as I've been able to do on every other phone I've had.

    So rather than tell me incorrectly why I should want it, tell me how to turn it off, or tell me unequivocally that I can't.

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    You can't. You shouldn't be able to.

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    01-07-2015 09:39 AM

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