If you have a contact with muliple phone numbers and you add them into to 'To' field in the messaging app (or gmail, etc.) it'll usually default to the first number, in my case it's usually the 'home' phone number which results in a canned text telling me I can't text a landline.If you press the contact picture on the 'tab' it'll let you select which number (email address, screen name, etc you want to send too).https://www.dropbox.com/s/c25terqnt35jdvg/Screenshot_2012-09-03-14-13-12.png
This gets rid of all the fading and sliding transitions between windows. I found this makes my Droid feel much zippier for example. You lose the cool effects though.
Http://i.imgur.com/APiaI.pngI just found this out on accident. Not sure if this feature was ever advertised. In case you're wondering about the widgets:-Tunein Radio-Beyond pod-My custom profile toggle widget I made in tasker (reads "line out" when headphones are in and clicking it loads up a list of music apps)-the last 2 are "prepay widget" since I'm on the T-Mobile $30/mo plan.
Ok technically two presses. I have Pebble Tasker set to open from my watch face with a long press. Added a task in Tasker called "Go Home," here are the details:1. "Send Intent" action2. Action = android.intent.action.VIEW3. Data = google.navigation:q=address+separated+by,+plus+symbols4. Target = Activity5. (optional) Add "Media Volume" action, set Level to maxThere's more options available for choosing walking directions, avoiding tolls, etc. Here's the full list of available commands.Hopefully this'll help someone else!Edit: Added a separate action within the task to set the audio level to max volume after opening navigation.
I just discovered this recently. I'm on android 4.4.2, so I don't know when it started