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[App][4.0+] Call Blacklist - Blocker Pro (Non root/Root/xposed/Material design)

17th March 2015, 09:25 AM   |  #1  
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Call Blacklist - Blocker Pro - Blocked unwanted calls


Features
- Block specific numbers
- Block private numbers
- Block unknown numbers
- Block all numbers
- Clear blocked call logs
- Grant root permission or Xposed to enjoy advance features

Beautiful Lollipop design. Very small footprint (<100k), no background service.

Download
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...df.callblocker
Xposed: http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.df.callblocker
.Apk:
Ver 1.5 callblackist_googleplay_1.5_10.apk
Ver 1.4: callblackist_googleplay_1.4_9.apk
Ver 1.3: callblackist_googleplay_1.3_8.apk
Ver 1.2: callblackist_googleplay_1.2_7.apk
Ver 1.0: callblackist_googleplay_1.0_5.apk
Ver 0.9 callblackist_googleplay_0.9_4.apk

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Last edited by ATLabs; 23rd March 2015 at 03:18 PM. Reason: Ver 1.5
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17th March 2015, 11:50 AM   |  #2  
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Great job. Nice material UI and functional.
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17th March 2015, 02:19 PM   |  #3  
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What are the blocking methods for None-Root and Root users?
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17th March 2015, 03:56 PM   |  #4  
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What are the blocking methods for None-Root and Root users?

- For non root users: this app uses private Android Telephony API to "endcall" as soon as it comes (with a blocked incoming number). This method can block calls but with a bit delay. For caller, they perceived as receiver explicitly click on "Endcall" button on incoming call screen. They may redirect to voice mail service. This approach may not work on some ROMs.

- For root users: this app run a system command to "endcall" as soon as it comes (with a blocked incoming number). This is the same as non root users. However, if the option "Pick up then hang up" is on, this app can emulate pick up then immediately hang up. So that caller will no be sent to voice mail service.

- For Xposed users: this app invokes internal phone app code so that it can stop call before handling by phone app (the first two methods handle in parallel with phone app). Same for root users, Xposed also supports "Pickup then hang up" feature.

Feel free to ask me further question. Thanks.
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17th March 2015, 09:56 PM   |  #5  
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Great looking module. However, its not showing up in the xposed framework.
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For Xposed users, Does the app keep running all the time, or is triggered by an event? I really like the app, but I am very cautious about background services and apps sucking my battery juice... (I Greenify almost everything hehehehe)

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Great looking module. However, its not showing up in the xposed framework.

When you install from playstore you don't see it. If you install from Xposed Installer, you will see it as a module
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18th March 2015, 04:54 AM   |  #7  
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I tried both ways. Its a no go for me.
18th March 2015, 06:12 AM   |  #8  
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Originally Posted by itzallgood707

Great looking module. However, its not showing up in the xposed framework.

Version 1.0 fixed xposed issue. Please update the app.
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18th March 2015, 06:24 AM   |  #9  
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For Xposed users, Does the app keep running all the time, or is triggered by an event? I really like the app, but I am very cautious about background services and apps sucking my battery juice... (I Greenify almost everything hehehehe)

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When you install from playstore you don't see it. If you install from Xposed Installer, you will see it as a module

@yurividal: This app does not run background service (both non-root, root, or xposed users) so that it does not suck your battery

Xposed issue is fixed in version 1.0
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I tried both ways. Its a no go for me.

@itzallgood707: did you mean xposed?

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