I want to block one specific number ans maybe even forward it to another non working number. I have an S5 thru Sprint and I cant figure out how to do this. There are tons of apps out here. I can believe an app like what Im describing doesn't exist.
I am trying to block a number, and apparently I need to download an app to do it, however when I go onto app world it saying can not verify my blackberry ID and I have tried on my laptop and can not seem to find the right thing
I want to block a number that keeps sending me pornographic test messages. My kids use my phone quite a bit and I want to block this specific number. I look on the web and there is a app that looks absolutly perfect for the job called iblacklist. It looks like I need to "jailbreak" my phone which looks like a fairly risky thing to do. Is there a better more responsible way of doing this?
I have the Blackberry Bold 9700, I have an automated phone number that calls me everyday, and when I answer it is only music. When I call back, it says "Voice mailbox is full".How do I block this number from calling me? AT&T is my service provider, but they referred me to Blackberry.
I have been receiving unwanted messages that my service provider says they are unable to block.I did not subscribe to them. The messages are titled as "WAP Push Alert" by my blackberry and come into my messages folder but not into the "SMS and MMS folder". Some of the "from" numbers are:
I keep receiving between 2 to3 SMS's per day from a user just identified by a number (namely, 70371). The messages contain a URL address. These 50 to 70 messages per month serve no purpose but to increase my phone bill. I have asked my carrier (Movistar), who has told me there is no way to block the sender (obviously: my carrier is happy with the fact that 10% of my phone bill comes from these SMS messages). Any way to block a specific sender?
There are some persons calling who I want to block. I had some phones which had a blacklist for such numbers but I can't find something like that on my blackberry. There it was so that the person automatically got a busy signal when they called me and I don't need to push the red ring-off-key. Is there something on blackberry too??
i have just bought a bb 8520, and i cant find where to block the phone sending my id [telephone number] to who i am calling.i have called my carrier because this is a service that they have to add to the plan, but they told me that the only way is to dial #31# before every phone number thats an option, but unreal, beacuse for the 99% of times you choose the phone number from the contact list [or you should modify every phone to have the #31# before the number]i had a nokia before, and this option is easy configured through the options tab does anybody knows where to configure this option?