The steps are easy...
1. Enable Accessibility Service or Notification Access for Endial application (We will prompt you to enable only what suits your android version)
2. Select a specific number, either by picking up contact from contacts list or manually adding your own. (Doesn’t create a new contact in your contact list).
3. Modify the number if necessary and select the timer limit for this call.
4. Done... Endial does the rest after the call duration reaches the configured predefined time by performing a hang up on the current call.
Endial needs your Accessibility Service OR Notification Access to work correctly to identify the correct call start time. To give Endial access to your either services you can either open the settings box on the application or going through via system Settings (Setting->Accessibility->Services->Endial or Setting->Sound & Notification->Notification Access->Endial)
In order to make Endial work on Dual SIM phones you need to set the default SIM card for voice calls. You can access this configuration via system app Settings.
1. Auto hang up
Endial starts a timer in background to keep control of the call's duration for when it reaches the configured time it will auto hang up the call and ask you whether or not you want to redial the number.
2. Timer & Limits
Endial let you create flexible timers for each of your contacts so you don't exceed your plan's free, per contact, minutes.
3. Beautifully designed
Is that even a feature? Yes it is... easy to use interface designed to be intuitive.
4. Shorcuts & Redial (Auto redial coming soon)
Endial ask you whether you want to redial your contact when the calls ends, and as an extra, if your authorized number is recognized as an incoming call it will facilitate you the option to close & redial action for convenience.