Understanding the In-Call UI and How to Solve Errors

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In the world of smartphones, there are various features and apps that we encounter daily. One such feature is the In-Call UI (User Interface), which is the screen we see when making or receiving calls. This article will delve into what actually is and how to solve any errors related to it.

What is

The is the name of the package that handles the In-Call UI on Samsung devices. It is responsible for providing us with the call screen that includes options like holding a call, muting it, hanging up, and even adding another person to the call.

Think of it like this: when you want to send a message or open a post on Facebook, you need to open the Facebook application. Similarly, when making or receiving a call on your Samsung device, the In-Call UI needs to be launched. It provides a user-friendly interface for you to manage your ongoing call.

Understanding the In-Call UI

To access the In-Call UI, simply tap on the call button while making or receiving a call. This will automatically launch the In-Call UI, although you may not even notice it. It blends seamlessly into the calling experience, offering an array of options and features that enhance your calling experience.

If you want to delve deeper into the functionalities and features of the In-Call UI, we have an article dedicated to it. You can find the link below for more information.

Troubleshooting Errors

Sometimes, you may encounter errors or issues related to the package on your Samsung device. Luckily, there are several methods to solve these errors, and we’ll guide you through one of the simplest and most effective solutions.

Step 1: Open the settings menu and locate the application settings

  • Open the settings on your Samsung device.
  • Scroll down and tap on “Applications”.
  • In the top right corner, you’ll find three dots. Tap on them and select “Show system apps”.

Step 2: Locate and address

  • Scroll through the list of system apps and look for “”.
  • Once you locate it, tap on it to open the app settings.
  • Within the app settings, choose the option to force close the app.
  • After force closing, clear the app’s data.

Following these steps should resolve any errors or issues related to the package. This method is known to be effective and has worked for many Samsung device users.

If you prefer to completely remove the In-Call UI from your phone, we have an article dedicated to providing instructions on how to do that as well.

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Remember, understanding how works and how to solve any related errors will enhance your overall calling experience on your Samsung device.