How to Unblock a Blocked Phone Number on a Samsung Phone


Samsung phones are some of the most popular phones on the market. If you have one, you may want to know how to unblock a blocked phone number on a Samsung phone.

Step 1: Open the Phone App

If you are trying to unblock a blocked phone number on a Samsung phone, the first step is to open the Phone App.

From there, you will need to select Settings and then stop numbers. Finally, you will need to enter the phone number you want and press Unblock.

Step 2: Go to the Menu Button

First, go to the Menu button and select Settings. From here, could you scroll down to Phone and tap it Under Phone Options, you will see a list of blocked numbers.

Tap on the number you want to unblock and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3: Select Settings

On your Samsung Galaxy phone and tap on the Connections tab. Please scroll down to find the Phone section and tap on it. Tap on the BLOCKED NUMBERS icon in the left corner of the Phone section.

Now, you will see a list of blocked numbers. To unblock a number, select it and tap on UNBLOCK.

If you want to add a new blocked number, enter the phone number in the text field next to the BLOCKED NUMBER and click on ADD BLOCKED NUMBER.

Step 4: Select Call Settings

If you want to unblock a blocked phone number on a Samsung phone, one option is to select Call Settings from the menu and change the settings for incoming calls once you’ve made your changes, press Save.

Step 5: Find the Blocked Number and Unblock It

If you want to unblock a phone number, that’s been blocked by your wireless carrier, you’ll first need to find the blocked number. On most Samsung phones, this is easy to do.

Open the Phone app, scroll down to the “Blocked Numbers” section, and tap on it. You’ll then see all the blocked numbers that your carrier has registered with your phone.

To unblock a number, tap on it and input your password (if applicable). If the number is already cleared, you won’t need to do anything else.

Check out: How To Delete Saved Passwords On Samsung Internet (Step By Step)

How to Unblock a Blocked Phone Number on a Samsung Phone

How Do I Find Out If I Have Blocked Someone On My Samsung Phone?

The first step is to check your Phone’s contact list.

If you see the name of the person you have blocked, you have done so. They may have blocked you if you do not see their name.

What If I Already Have A Blocked Number On My Samsung Phone?

If you have a blocked number on your Samsung phone and need to unblock it, you will need to go through the same process mentioned above.

You will need to find the blocked number and then select Unblock.



Blocking a phone number on a Samsung phone can be done in a few simple steps. We hope this article was helpful!


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