- Why am I still getting text messages from a blocked number Iphone?
- Can you still receive text messages from a blocked number?
- Can you see blocked calls on iPhone?
- Can you see if a blocked number has tried to text you?
- Can you see messages after unblocking someone?
- Do blocked messages get delivered when unblocked?
- What happens to blocked text messages?
- How do you know if someone blocked you on iPhone?
- Why can Blocked numbers still text?
- Why do Blocked numbers still get through?
- Can you retrieve blocked messages on iPhone?
- How do I see blocked messages?
Why am I still getting text messages from a blocked number Iphone?
If an iMessage, did you block the number, or the Apple ID.
If you just added the number, then it may be coming from the Apple ID.
If you blocked the contact, make sure it includes the number and caller ID.
Apple ID would work for iMessage..
Can you still receive text messages from a blocked number?
When you block a contact, their texts go nowhere. The person whose number you’ve blocked won’t receive any sign that their message to you was blocked; their text will simply sit there looking as though it were sent and not yet delivered, but in fact, it will be lost to the ether.
Can you see blocked calls on iPhone?
The blocked caller goes to voicemail. And you can see a list of blocked calls by tapping the Voicemail option in the Phone app.
Can you see if a blocked number has tried to text you?
When a blocked number tries to send you a text message, it won’t go through. If they’re on iOS, they might not even see the “delivered” note in their Messages app—though it’s possible they’ll see your chat bubble turn from blue (iMessage) to green (SMS). You’ll see nothing on your end.
Can you see messages after unblocking someone?
Text messages (SMS, MMS, iMessage) from blocked contacts (numbers or email addresses) do not appear anywhere on your device. Unblocking the contact does NOT show any messages sent to you when it was blocked.
Do blocked messages get delivered when unblocked?
When you unblock , it means now they are allowed to message you. … No, as long as they are blocked no messages or calls will go thru on you end and it will show not delivered on the messages and calls wont be answered.
What happens to blocked text messages?
If an Android user has blocked you, Lavelle says, “your text messages will go through as usual; they just won’t be delivered to the Android user.” It’s the same as an iPhone, but without the “delivered” notification (or lack thereof) to clue you in.
How do you know if someone blocked you on iPhone?
If you get a notification like “Message Not Delivered” or you get no notification at all, that’s a sign of a potential block. Next, you could try calling the person. If the call goes right to voicemail or rings once (or a half ring) then goes to voicemail, that’s further evidence you may have been blocked.
Why can Blocked numbers still text?
Most Android phones have a native number blocking feature. This means that you can block numbers from calling and texting you through the settings of your Android phone. Calls from blocked numbers will go straight to voicemail and text messages from blocked numbers will go undelivered.
Why do Blocked numbers still get through?
Blocked numbers are still coming through. There is a reason why for this, at least I believe this is the reason why. Spammers, use a spoof app that hides their actual number from your caller i.d. so when they call you and you block the number, your blocking a number that doesn’t exist.
Can you retrieve blocked messages on iPhone?
When you block someone from texting you on iPhone, there’s no way to see the messages that were sent while you had the number blocked. If you change your mind and want to see messages from that person on your iPhone, you can unblock their number to start receiving their messages again.
How do I see blocked messages?
Hi Asb328, welcome to the Android Messages User Forum!…Steps to view blocked messages.Open messages app.Tap More Archived.You will find all your archived and blocked messages here.