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  1. I got a Samsung Galaxy Note (SGH-1717D) running on ICS 4.0.4. I have been looking to replace the stock call interface, and more specifically the logs with something a bit more customizable. Somehow I have been searching for this and can't seem to find anywhere. Is there something in Android that prevents using something else than the stock phone interface? My main beef is with the call logs, which lists all calls and texts per event rather than grouping them by contacts. I don't need to go through pages of text items from the same friend to finally find the missed call I got a month ago. "Settings/view by" doesn't really help. I'm very happy to have taken my iPhone strait jacket off a few months ago, but I have to admit that the iPhone call log interface is more effective. Any suggestion?? Anything that would require to root the phone, etc is out of the question for me at this point. Thanks in advance
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