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Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by wickedjermany, Apr 4, 2011.

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    Hi! I'm new to this whole htc thing. Just switched to the thunderbolt from the Motorola Droid. I am hoping someone can suggest the best way of accessing my favorites without using the clunky built in widget. On the droid when u selected ur contacts, there was a tab to the right displaying your favorites. With this I have to go to group and then select favorites and the go to the contact etcetera. It just seems like there is a better way without making a shortcut to every favorite contact on my home screen. Is there a good app for this? (Also tried adding the "starred" folder to my home screen, but I still have to go through the contact screen to call... Would be nice if I could have the "quick contact" option easily available). Thanks!!
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    make a folder and then add a direct dial for those people in that folder.
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    Can't you just use the "people" shortcut to direct dial any contact in your list
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