[APP 2.1+] Root Call Blocker - [PRE BETA SIGNUP NOW ACTIVE]

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ftgg99

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Root Call Blocker - powerful call control for root users

Feeling paranoid? Need privacy? Discretion? Get Root Call Blocker, an advanced call and SMS firewall for Android.

Unlike all other call blocking apps, Root Call Blocker silently blocks calls at a system level. You need not even know its working.

Supported languages: English, Español, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Ελληνικά, Português, Magyar, Pyccĸий, Українська.

If you want to help translate, visit http://bit.ly/wCgD4j

Advantages:

- A call will never go through
- Your phone never rings
- Reject calls from anyone, including restricted numbers
- Wildcards block groups of callers
- Keep blocked calls and messages hidden
- Five reject methods, including "Don't answer"
- Per-number logging

Features:

- Multiple profiles
- Groups integration
- Exceptions
- SMS auto-replies
- Toggle widget
- Scheduling
- Logging
- In-app replies
- Persistent and event notifications
- Customizable vibrate notifications
- Export from hidden logs
- Low profile
- And much, much more

Debugging

Please follow the instructions in the app's Settings menu to send us logs of your error. Reproduce the error, then send the log.

Market link:

https://market.android.com/details?id=fahrbot.apps.rootcallblocker.beta

The Trial allows you to block one ITEM. You can use Groups to block multiple contacts.

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ftgg99

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Market link you posted is dead

Works for me...

Running Android 2.3.3 Nexus S - crashes on every attempt to run the app.

Strange, runs fine on my own stock nexus. Could you send a logcat of the crash to [email protected]? Please be sure to include the app name and nature of your problem.

downloaded and tested on VZW network. Calls dont show up or ring but they still go to voice mail.... no point in sending unwanted calls to voice mail.

What reply are you using?
 
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harland3

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I'm having some issues with this...

Regardless of whether it's in "Reject" or "Don't Answer" mode, I get varying results. Sometimes it goes to T-mobile's "The subscriber you have dialed..." recording, and other times it goes to my voicemail. Basically, both end results occur sporadically regardless of the setting.

Another issue, it seems to be failing altogether sometimes. It works perfectly on my end for the most part, then randomly it won't work at all (blacklisted calls get through normally). When it stops working, I have to reboot my phone before it works again. Nope - no task killer. Even if I force stop it then restart the service, it still doesn't work until I reboot.

All of this is on an HTC Glacier (MT4G) running CyanogenMod7
 

ukanth

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Running MIUI 2.3.3 on HTC Desire. Reject doesn't seems working. I setup blacklist contact and its keep on ringing instead of rejecting(but it tries to reject ,but unsuccessful)

Otherwise it's gud.

Please fix it.
 
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    Root Call Blocker - powerful call control for root users

    Feeling paranoid? Need privacy? Discretion? Get Root Call Blocker, an advanced call and SMS firewall for Android.

    Unlike all other call blocking apps, Root Call Blocker silently blocks calls at a system level. You need not even know its working.

    Supported languages: English, Español, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Ελληνικά, Português, Magyar, Pyccĸий, Українська.

    If you want to help translate, visit http://bit.ly/wCgD4j

    Advantages:

    - A call will never go through
    - Your phone never rings
    - Reject calls from anyone, including restricted numbers
    - Wildcards block groups of callers
    - Keep blocked calls and messages hidden
    - Five reject methods, including "Don't answer"
    - Per-number logging

    Features:

    - Multiple profiles
    - Groups integration
    - Exceptions
    - SMS auto-replies
    - Toggle widget
    - Scheduling
    - Logging
    - In-app replies
    - Persistent and event notifications
    - Customizable vibrate notifications
    - Export from hidden logs
    - Low profile
    - And much, much more

    Debugging

    Please follow the instructions in the app's Settings menu to send us logs of your error. Reproduce the error, then send the log.

    Market link:

    https://market.android.com/details?id=fahrbot.apps.rootcallblocker.beta

    The Trial allows you to block one ITEM. You can use Groups to block multiple contacts.

    Screens:



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    Piss off.

    And everyone else: if you have a problem, replicate it and send logs through the app. larryatapproved has the right idea.

    I did what larryatapproved did twice in the last 2 weeks and still haven't gotten back to. To be perfectly honest if your app was a dollar I could understand (a little) your attitude. But it wasn't a dollar it was around 6 (I believe). With a higher priced app like yours I would have expected a better sense of customer service. I have been polite and inquisitive in all of my inquiries to you. And in return have not been given the same level of respect.

    I have downloaded free apps that resulted in outstanding customer service. Sendit being one of them from xda. If I were to make an app that costs 6 bucks. And had people working for me (like you say you do). I would bend over backwards to help a customer in a very calm and professional manor. Constructive criticism from buyers is not a bad thing , but rather a form of respect. They want to see the app work. Which is why they are asking you questions. If you weren't willing to accept that, you should have do one of two things. Either.
    A) make your app free. The you wouldn't feel obligated to respond.
    B) write in your app description that every problem is user error. Cause nothing could possibly be wrong on your end.

    Hell, Google makes apps. They get negative reviews. Do you see them snapping at people? And there's are free. Not everything is formulated to work on the vast majority of android phones. But take pride in your work and look into the problems. They're are two sides to a developer. Obviously one is the developmental side. And the other is people skills. Don't you realize that we are your testers? You have 3 s3's you said right? We're the ones with HTC, Motorola, LG, Samsung, and all the sub variants of them.

    A little nicer approach instead of "piss off" would be greatly appreciated.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using xda premium
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    Re: [APP 2.1+] Root Call Blocker - the fastest call blocker on Android

    Here is what happened..

    1. Read thread title and OP
    2. Liked the app, downloaded free version
    3. While app is being installed, read last few pages of the thread
    4. Un-installed app without running it even once


    Tapatalked from Desire S running Andromadus
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    What a pathetic response from the developer, been looking around for a call blocking app but certainly won't be using this one with attitudes like that

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using xda app-developers app
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    Hello random troll guy in my ignore list. We have 2 s3 handsets running the latest available european stock jb and everything works fine.

    I'm not the only JB user experiencing signal loss (if you actually read the Play Store reviews, which you obviously don't). Most of the complaints seem to be coming from Motorola Droid Razr users (Maxx and M). Whenever you decide to stop ignoring Motorola users, let us know. An S3 is not a Motorola phone... in case you were confused.

    I'm adding Google Play review screenshots below that support my claims of loss of radio signal when running Root Call Blocker due to the rude nature of the developer claiming somehow that by inquiring about a possible fix for my faulty app I am "trolling". I'm simply hoping for a fix. Again, great app when it's working, and absolutely terrible customer service. These are just the first few pages of reviews which support my claims that many users are experiencing the same issue. Loss of radio signal.

    The problem is real. If you don't care to fix your app, just say you don't care. If you do care, stop playing make believe.

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