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Re: Emergency button doesn't store local number


" there should be the option to set it 
manually"There should be also an option to enable phone numbers that You locked. For example for Poland You locked 998 for fire department or 997 for the nearest Police station. For some reason You left 999 unlocked. Calling 112 in Poland was always a waste of time. Perhaps it changed but I'd never call it.

      From: Tim Süberkrüb <tim.sueberkrueb@xxxxxx>
 To: ubuntu-phone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
 Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2016 10:04 AM
 Subject: Re: [Ubuntu-phone] Emergency button doesn't store local number
On Saturday, December 10, 2016 5:38:28 AM CET, Mitchell Reese 
<dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Saturday, 10 December 2016 8:31:02 AM AEDT, Cesar Herrera 
> <chg1@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> When I push the Emergency button the phone dialing screen 
>> appears but I have to mark the number.
>> In a critical situation it would be better if you had previously put it.
> Perhaps it could be set for each user, or have a default for region? I.e., 
> different areas have different numbers. M

+1 I agree, the best solution would be to have a default per region. But if 
that's to difficult to implement, there should be the option to set it 
manually, IMHO.

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