[Hidden-tech] Blocking robocalls on Android

Shel Horowitz shel at principledprofit.com
Tue Jun 4 10:08:08 UTC 2019

It is definitely of limited use, for that reason and also because it rings
once or twice before the block kicks in. But I have noticed a handful that
try from the same number and are blocked. Of course, the other problem with
that is sometimes they spoof a real number. I've seen *my own number* show
up as the ID of a robocaller. And also an acquaintance whose kid went to
preschool with mine 20 years ago.

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On Tue, Jun 4, 2019 at 5:19 AM Marcia Yudkin <yudkinyudkin at yahoo.com> wrote:

> That technique doesn't work with the calls I get as every time the same
> people/company call with a different phone number.  Blocking does no good
> at all.
>  On Monday, June 3, 2019, 9:04:42 PM GMT-5, Shel Horowitz <
> shel at principledprofit.com> wrote:
>  >>>Android phones also let you select a number that has called you and
> add it to a block list--which I wish I had on my landline!<<<
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