How can backup my whitelist??? I have putted into the whitelist app about 1000numbers. Now. I must change my phone. How can save my whitelist list? Which is the file that the app generate for the whitelist?
Provided that you're rooted you have two possibilities:
1) you backup Call Blacklist with Titanium Backup and, in the new phone, you install the app and after that you restore only the data (always with TB)
2) you copy the db (I'd copy the full directory in /data/data/com.df.callblocker/databases) and you replace it in the new phone after having installed Call Blacklist
Method 1) works for sure (I've used it more than once)
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B.T.W. anyone can suggest a replacement for this fantastic app (lightweight, very effective), unfortunately abandoned since many years ?
Great app, does exactly what I need. I have a suggestion though I am not sure if it is appropriate, if it isnt I apologize.
As the developer, have you ever thought of adding a feature that lets you schedule when to block calls. Like a time bound schedule e.g. 0600- 1600 everyday or specific days of the week. This would be a great addition. Thanks overall for the app.
I have a SAMSUNG galaxy A70, first the call passes, 3-4 seconds, only then the reset occurs. I have one of the top 9...Big request, can I fix this? The program is very good and I like it,but this is the only problem
- 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.