How to Block Calls, Messages and FaceTime on iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10
How to block calls, Messages and FaceTime on your iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10? Check this guide to learn how to block numbers on your iPhone without efforts.
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Have you met these situations: like somebody is annoying you by constantly make calls, or the telemarketer always give you a buzz to persuade you to buy their products and so on? With these harassing iPhone calls, you may want a way to shield these unknown numbers, messages and FaceTime as quickly as possible.
In this tutorial, we have rounded up several effective methods to block unwanted calls with few steps, also the ways to unlock iPhone calls. Check the details bellow to fix your trouble quickly.
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Part 1. How to Block Calls, Messages and FaceTime on iPhone – from Apps
If you want to block Calls, Messages and FaceTime on your iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10 directly, you can go to their apps to block them with ease. Here we take the block iPhone calls an example, which is similar/ same with the methods of blocking Messages and FaceTimes on iPhone.
Step 1. Open the Phone App > Tap on Recents.
Step 2. Locate the number you want to block > Tap on (i) button next to that number.
Step 3. Tap on Block this Caller > Tap on Block Contact to confirm.
How to Block Calls, Messages and FaceTime on iPhone – Method 1
Part 2. How to Block Numbers, Messages and FaceTime on iPhone – from Settings
Except for the above method, you can also block calls, messages and FaceTime on your iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10 from the Settings on your devices. Here we also take the block iPhone numbers as an example:
Go to Settings > Tap on Phone > Tap on Blocked > Tap on Add New… > Select the numbers you want to block.
How to Block Calls, Messages and FaceTime on iPhone – Method 2
Part 3. How to Unlock iPhone Calls on iPhone
If you want to unlock iPhone calls on your iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10, you can also do like this:
Unlock Phone Calls: app: Open the Phone App > Recents > Tap on (i) button > Click Unblock this Caller (Go to Settings > Tap on Phone > Tap on Blocked > Tap on Add New… > Select a Phone number > Tap on Edit > Click Unlock.)
How to Unblock Calls on iPhone
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The Bottom Line
From this guide, you can block phone calls, messages and FaceTime on your iPhone in iOS 9, iOS 10 with several methods. If you have any questions related to iPhone, iPad and iPod, free to check the following articles to get an easy way to solve your troubles.
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