How to Block a Phone number on a Samsung phone (Explained)

How to Block a Phone number on a Samsung phone (step by step)

With the ever-growing use of technology, it’s no surprise that people are using their cell phones more and more. Unfortunately, this also means many people contact your business through cell phones.

It can be a hassle to deal with unwanted calls, and there are a few simple steps you can take to help block phone numbers on your Samsung phone.

Do you want to stop a phone number on a Samsung phone? Kindly read the article carefully to learn about this.

Step 1: Open the Samsung Phone App

To block a phone number on a Samsung phone. First, Open the Samsung Phone App and go to “Setting,” then under “Phone,” tap on the keypad icon next to the “Blocked Numbers” section.

Type in the phone number you want to block and tap on the green button next to it to confirm

Step 2: Tap on the Menu Button

On your Samsung Galaxy phone. From the menu, select Settings. Scroll to and tap on Blocking. You will see a list of phone numbers you have added to your blocked list. Select the number you want to stop by tapping on the Block button (1 Vertical Line).

Step 3: Tap on “Blocked”

If you have blocked a number, you will not be able to call, text, or send messages to that number.

You can unblock a number in the following ways. From your phone’s main screen, tap on “Blocked” Scroll down and tap on the number if you want to unblock.

Step 4: Tap on the “+” Button to Add a New Number.

If you would like to block a phone number on your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, follow these steps:

  1. From the home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Under “Phone,” tap Blocking and Unblocking Numbers.
  4. Tap the + icon to add a new number to your blocked list.
  5. Enter the phone number you want to block and tap on Save Block List.

 Step 5: Tap on the “Delete” Button to Remove the Number

If you want to remove a number from your phone, you can do so by the following steps. Step 5: Tap the “Delete” button to remove the number from your contacts list.

If you’d like to keep the number for future use, you can tap “Keep Number” before clicking on the “Delete” button.

If you’d like to keep the number for future use, select “Keep Number” before clicking on the “Delete” button. Otherwise, click on the “Delete” button and confirm your decision by tapping “Yes.”

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Blocking a number using the Messages app

How to Block a Phone number on a Samsung phone (step by step)

Have you ever received a phone call or text message and wished you could block the number? Android has a built-in function to do just that!

Step 1: Open the Messages App

To block a number on your Android device, open the Messages app and tap the three lines in the top right corner. Tap “Settings” and then “Blocking.” Tap the number you want to block and then tap “Block.”

Step 2: Tap on the “Menu” Button

On your Android device, open the “Messages” app. Tap on the “Block” button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. 3. Enter the phone number you want to block in the text field below, and tap on “Block.”

Step 3: Press the Number and Block it.

The most direct way is to go into the Messages app, enter the number you want to block, and tap on “Block.” If you’re using an older version of Android, you can also stock a number by going to Settings > Phone > Blocking Number.

If you’d instead not use the Messages app, there are other methods. You can go to your phone’s settings and find the option to “Block Calls” or turn off calling altogether by going into your phone’s Settings and selecting “Call blocking.”

Step 4: The Block Key will Turn Green

Suppose you want to block a number from calling or texting you through your Android Messages. Under “Message” on the left, tap on “Block” next to the numbers you want to banish.

If prompted, enter your phone’s passcode to confirm your decision. Once blocked, the number will no longer be able to contact or text you through Messages.

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Blocking a number on Android is a quick and easy process using this technique. However, if you still find it challenging to secure a number, feel free to contact us through the contacting us page.





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