How to Block Unwanted Call and TEXT on Android Phone.

Android Mobile is an awesome gadget without any doubt. I know here you are to know How to block unwanted calls on your Android mobile for free. Because daily you get many calls from friends, family etc. I am sure that not all the calls are important. You get some calls from telemarketers, spammers etc which are really annoying!   

Block Unwanted Text/Call

So, to stop those calls, now you cane easily block unwanted calls on your Android mobile by using a simple method and by using some apps. Here, we’ve listed some best apps that can block unwanted calls and saves your time.

Manual Method

Manual Method to block calls on your android mobile is different for different mobiles. So, here its not possible to go through all android devices. So, I suggest you to go for the app that can block unwanted calls and SMS.

Application to Block Unwanted Calls

1- Mr.Number :


Mr.Number is a free app that can  block unwanted calls  and messages on any android device.This app has remote look up feature to find unknown number in US.

Mr. Number is the most powerful call blocker on the market. Block calls and texts* from a person, a business, a prefix, or the world. Pick up and hang up on some callers and send others to voicemail - you decide. Keep the content of blocked texts or trash them. Browse comments from other users when you get a spam call or text. Add ‘Suspected Spam’ to your blocklist and Mr. Number blocks them all automatically.

Some features of Mr.Number
  • Block Call and SMS from specific person and Area.
  • Saves your time by blocking Calls from Tellemarketres and debt Collectors.
  • Reverse look number feature.
  • Report Spam calls and SMS to Other users.

2. Call Blocker :

Call Blocker is another best android app to block unwanted calls. This app is available in free version and paid version too. If you can upgrade to paid version you can get some extra benefits.

Call Blocker

Feature of a Call Blocker :

  • Blocking mode: Block all from blacklist, Accept only from whitelist, Accept from whitelist and contacts, Accept all.
  • Blacklist: Calls and SMS from blacklisted numbers will be blocked.
  • Whitelist: Add important phone numbers to your white-list to make sure that you always get calls and SMS from them regardless of which blocking mode you choose.
  • Notify you don’t need to call back the number.

  • Three ways to deal with blocked calls: Hang up, Hang up and send a text (not for blacklist), Mute without hanging up. Users can edit the text templates, and change the blocking mode in Settings.

  • Notification of blocked calls.

3. Call Control :

The Call Control is used by more then 5 million globally to block unwanted calls and SMS. Your mobile rings only when you want. So, this is really an smarter choice to block those annoying and useless calls. Explore more about its features from below list.

Call Control

  • Powerful call blocker (text blocker too!).
  • FCC / FTC Do Not Call Integration - Call Control blocks reported offenders automatically.
  • Spam callers are blocked automatically after installing Call Control.
  • Your blacklist lets you block any phone number or area code, use wild cards and more.
  • Reverse lookup for spam callers to find out who's calling (and it's free).

Conclusion :

This was the trick which you may use to block unwanted calls and SMS from different useless sources. We are sure that this would be help your device to have some sigh from such useless calls. If you have any kind of question or confusion left related to this issue then do let us know. We shall get back to your queries and questions as soon as possible. Till then don’t forget to share this guide with your other friends and circle too.

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