How do I protect against "No Internet calling account" mistake?
I'm running 2.3 - Gingerbread. Calling was functioning penalty over the telephone network. I set up the net calling attribute by including an account to examine the featuire out. After that I got rid of the account. Every single time I call a number I get this mistake:
No Internet calling account There are no Internet calling accounts on this phone. Add one now?
If I click terminate, it does not call making use of the telephone network it simply goes back to the home screen.
I've gotten rid of the defaults for the Dialer application yet still the trouble lingers.
Does any person recognize just how I can stop this mistake?
While I do not have the Nexus S, so can not claim without a doubt, yet my hunch is that you've mistakenly made Internet Calling the default activity for calling a number. Most likely to setups > applications > take care of applications and also clear defaults on the Internet calling application, not the dialer.
Do you have an application called "Voice Changer" mounted? I've read that it can create this. Additionally if you have google voice mounted, do you have it readied to "Never Dial with Google Voice"?
If those are not the reason, do you have any kind of various other "Phone Linking" applications or "Sip Dialers" etc, remove them and also see if your concern quits.