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There comes a time in a tablet’s life when firmware crashes and needs recovery (due to events beyond the user’s control, of course, such as OTA updating a rooted firmware).
In such times the unwritten details (like procedures and filenames) are what separate a brick from a successful recovery.
There are times one one has more phone numbers than one can handle or when one needs to make sure one can receive calls on a number even when the phone’s battery died or there is no network coverage.
This is where call forwarding comes in – where for a price (the forward is taxed as an outgoing call) incoming calls can be sent to an alternative phone number…