As we all know, text messages are the lifeblood of our mobile devices. Whether we’re checking in on a work assignment or catching up with friends, SMSes are a go-to communication tool. But what happens when you accidentally hit send and your message gets past your intended recipient? Maybe you meant to only send it to a few people and it ended up going to everyone in your contact list? No worries; we have the answer for you. In this blog post, we will teach you how to block text messages on Android devices so that you can keep your messages just between you and the person you intend them to go to.
How to Block Text Messages on Android Phone
Android users can easily block text messages from certain contacts on their device. Blocking a contact will prevent them from sending you any new texts, as well as deleting any existing texts from your device. To block a contact: 1. Open the Contacts app on your Android phone. 2. Tap the contact you want to block. 3. On the top right corner of the screen, tap Block Contact. 4. Tap OK to confirm your decision and close the Contacts app
How to Unblock Text Messages on Android Phone
If you have enabled the option to block text messages on your Android phone, but find yourself receiving unsolicited texts from friends and family, there are a few simple steps you can take to unblock them.
1. From your home screen, tap the Menu button and select Settings.
2. On the Settings page, scroll down to Text Messages and select it.
3. In the Text Messages section, tap Block New Messages and select Enabled.
4. If you want to unblock a specific sender, tap their name and then tap Unblock.
How to Delete Text Messages from Android Phone
There are a few ways to delete text messages from an Android phone.
1. Open the Messages app and select the message you want to delete.
2. Tap on the three lines in the top-left corner of the message, and then tap on “Delete.”
3. If you have multiple messages selected, tap on “More” in the top-left corner of the screen and then select “Delete Multiple.”
4. Tap on “Delete” again to confirm your deletion.