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2250eab3dd0cdf39bc2e7c0a29dbd0c537e9f84d — Stacy Harper 3 months ago dccdcce
Update somethings about incoming calls
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A vital feature of a working phone is being able to receive new texts and
pickup calls. This functionality is made possible through a script that
monitors the modem every few seconds for new activity and vibrates the
monitors the modem  activities and vibrates the
phone and blinks the green LED when there is an incoming text/call. This
functionality is optional and can be toggled on/off (e.g. to have a
'silent' mode) via the [Config menu](#strongincluded-menusstrong). By
default the modem monitoring is set to off. You can tell if modem
monitoring is on as there will be an "M" icon that appears in dwm's bar.
'silent' mode) via the [Config menu](#strongincluded-menusstrong).
You can tell if modem monitoring is on with the dedicated icon that appears
in dwm's bar.

While a call is incoming:

- The vibration motor will trigger for 3 seconds
- The green LED will trigger
- To pickup the call, open either the [global or application](#strongincluded-menusstrong) menu and you'll
- A dmenu will appear to allow you to pickup the call. You can also discard
  the call or mute the ring. If you missed the menu, you can also open either
  the [global or application](#strongincluded-menusstrong) menu and you'll
  see a menu entry to pickup the call; of course this is timesensitive and this
  menu entry will only be visible while the other party's line is ringing