RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
February 2, 2022
Unsure which phone numbers you have blocked on your iPhone? You can easily check your blocked number list using Phone, Messages, and FaceTime settings on your phone. Let’s explore your blocked list.
Note: The list of blocked numbers will be the same no matter which app you use to view them.
This is for the iPhone
Blocked Numbers in Phone App
To see your blocked phone numbers list with Phone, first, open the Settings app (the gray gear icon) on your iPhone. Refer to the below image:
Next, in Settings, tap the Phone option. See the below image:
Now, on the Phone page, in the Calls section, tap Call Blocking & Identification or Blocked Contacts as shown in the following image:
Next, on the Call Blocking & Identification (or Blocked Contacts) screen, you will see all your blocked numbers. Refer to the below image:
Blocked Numbers in Messages App
To use Messages to view your blocked numbers, first, open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap the Messages option. See the below image:
Next, in the Messages menu, from the SMS/MMS section, select Blocked Contacts. See the following image:
Now, the Blocked Contacts screen displays all your blocked numbers. Refer to the below image:
Blocked Numbers in FaceTime App
Checking the blocked numbers list with FaceTime is also easy. To do so, first, open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap FaceTime. See the below image:
Next, on the FaceTime page, in the Calls section at the bottom, tap Blocked Contacts. See the following image:
Now, on the screen that opens, you will see all your blocked numbers Refer to the below image:
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