This guide will show you how to block unwanted calls and SMS from numbers using your smartphone
unwanted calls blocking



This post will show you there procedures for blocking and avoiding unwanted calls from network providers and even other people.


  1. INSTALL A CALL BLOCKING APPLICATION ON FROM THE SOLEA OR GOOGLE PLAY STORE


Applications like Truecaller, RoboKiller have been developed to help out with such tasks.

These apps give the ability to maintain a personal blacklist of numbers that might be bothering you and whitelist those you want to call you.

 Some work by downloading a dedicated contacts list which are seperate from your regular contacts to your phone. Before you can make use of such apps, you will need to grant them permission in your smartphone settings, whether you downloaded the app on Android or on iOS.


2. USING THE SPAM CALL BLOCKING FEATURE AVAILABLE ON SAMSUNG AND GOOGLE PIXEL SMARTPHONES



For Samsung users, spam calls are automatically flagged in the phone app immediately the call comes in.

For Google Pixel users, when spam call hit your device, the phone app immediately turned red, giving you a very easy way to identify spam calls.



3. USING DO NOT DISTURB (DND) FEATURE ON SMARTPHONES TO BLOCK CALLS FROM  NUMBERS THAT ARE NOT O YOUR CONTACT.


You can set the do not disturb feature on both the iOS and android devices to block calls from numbers that are not on your contact.

 The down side to this is that you are going to miss lot of important calls from people who you do not have on your contact list. 

Those people who make use of voice mail a lot will not see this method as a very reliable one.

Source: Lexicop
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