If you want to reduce interference from unknown numbers, then blocking those phone numbers is an effective way. But of course, there are times when you need to unblock it.
The number blocking feature is one of the features that definitely exists in a variety of Mobile phones, regardless of type and series. This feature can allow mobile users to block incoming calls from specific phone numbers.
In different devices, this feature is also referred to as call blocking, call block, call screening, or call rejection. The use of this feature will also incur additional costs in some conditions.
However, in general, almost all mobile devices are usually equipped with these features and can be used free of charge. Including one of them is a mobile phone made by Samsung.
On some Samsung phones, you can activate this phone number blocking feature by opening specific phone number information details, then tapping the mark More (the dot icon in the top right corner), and choose Block contact.
But it should be noted, by blocking the number, all calls and messages from that number will not enter the cell phone alias will not bother you back.
In various conditions this feature seems to be very useful. One of such conditions, to avoid various types of fraud calls coming from Abroad that have been rife, this was popular a while ago.
After successfully blocking it, you can unblock it very easily, if the user’s number has been trusted. For this, you can follow the steps below to do this.
How to Unblock Calls on All Samsung Phones
- First, Go to ‘Phone/Call’ option on your Mobile Phone, like when you start dialing a call.
- Next, tap on the menu More (three-point three icons in the top right corner)
- From the several menus that appear, select Options Settings
- Then choose an option Block numbers
- Select the sign minus (-) on the number to be unblocked
In some cases, you must also confirm the sign Block, unknown caller, dead. Because if the alert is on, all calls from unknown numbers will be blocked.
Or if you want to do the opposite, which is blocking unknown numbers or numbers that are not stored on the device, then you can make sure they are in a live condition.
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