Phone block list in Andriod Phone

Is there any apps for Android that can put some phone number into block list ?

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ThomasMcA2Commented:
Android can do that without an app, but you have to add the number to your address book.

Here's what I do: after I get a spam call, go to the call log > tap once on the caller to be blocked > tap on Create Contact > I give the entry a name of "Spammer ???" where ??? is the area code of the caller > open the new contact from the address book (the previous step may open the entry already, depending on which version you have) > select a property called "Add to reject list" (the location of this setting varies, but it's somewhere within the contact entry) > save and close the contact

I just checked my phone, and I have close to 50 Spammer entries.
AXISHKAuthor Commented:
I cannot find this option in my phone
ThomasMcA2Commented:
Did you add the number to the phone's address book?

In my previous phone, the Reject option appeared when tapping on the entry in the address book. A menu popped up with the Reject option, but the entry itself did not open.

In my current phone, I have to open the address book entry first. Then there is a "properties" icon at the top that drops down a menu, which has the Reject option within it.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Here is the menu seen on my phone...

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Jackie ManCommented:
In your situation, you need to install third party app to do the call blockings.

Security & Power Booster -free from McAfee (Intel Security) is one of such apps.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wsandroid.suite

The drawback is most of such apps is not free and you need to pay for annual subscription if you want to continue the protection after the trial.

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