Auto reject calls

Auto reject calls

Samsung galaxy s5: how enable/disable auto rejection

Sarah from Sales and Marketing is going on vacation and just needs calls from her manager and family when she is gone. She sets an accept selected calls rule based on her personal vacation schedule and the phone numbers for her employer and family.
While Sarah has reduced the amount of calls she can receive while on vacation, she may receive calls from her employer and family during lunchtime because the second rule is not enforced if the first is met. Sarah agrees to introduce another rule to ignore her boss’s calls at lunchtime because she doesn’t want to take work calls at that time. Sarah introduces another accept rule, but this time with the Do not accept the call option selected, so reject rules are tested after accept rules.

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Hello everybody, I’m having a lot of trouble with my OnePlus 5t. It just seems to refuse such calls for some reason, probably just from unknown numbers. I’m looking for the auto reject list feature that I remember my phone having to see if that was the issue, but I can’t seem to find it. I assume this piece of garbage is the reason the call I was expecting was refused, but if it simply no longer exists, then something else is incorrect. Can anyone please assist me in resolving this issue? I had a phone interview today that had to be rescheduled for two weeks due to this nonsense, and I am extremely annoyed. Thank you so much! PS: I apologize if this is in the wrong place or is mislabeled; I’m new here and wrote this quickly, so please guide me if necessary. a total of 6 comments 50 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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I have a Freedom Samsung S10, and all incoming calls from private numbers go straight to auto-reject without my intervention. I can’t even get the so-called list to delete them from it, and I can’t add them to my contacts because their phone number is private and not available. I contacted Samsung about the issue, and they informed me that it was a problem with my carrier, Freedom. How can I keep my private phone numbers from being refused in the future? ten remark 100 percentsavehidereportsavehidereportsavehidereportsa Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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Hi everybody!

Samsung galaxy s5 : how to auto reject all incoming call

My Samsung S9 keeps refusing all calls from a contact in my phone book; he claims it rings once, then bleeps twice before cutting off; however, he can call me ok on WhatsApp.

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I’ve tried removing him from my contacts and all call history associated with his phone number, but it’s still happening. Is there someone who can assist me? T.I.A. stands for “Time Is Alive.” Ron is a man with many gifts.
It appears that you have inadvertently blocked his phone number.
If the number appears in your call list, long press it and select unblock, or save it and go into edit the contact to unblock it.
Simply open your contacts and go to the settings menu. Examine your list of blocked or auto-rejected emails. It’s likely that his phone number will be included. Similarly, open messages, then go to settings and search the reject list. That way, he should be able to answer both calls and texts.
Thank you for your ideas.
I’ve tried all you’ve suggested, like checking to see if I’ve unintentionally blocked him in calls and texts, deleting him from all contacts and all call history from his number, and then saving him as a New Contact, but it’s still happening.
I can’t find an auto reject option, and if I long press on his number in the call log, all I get is the delete option.
Is there anything else I could try?
Best wishes,
Ron is a man with many gifts.

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