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Blocking a number on a Sony Ericsson Xperia. Please help!

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    Hi everyone

    I'm being harassed by an ex-girlfriend of mine. She is calling and texting me up to 450 times a day and I dont know how to block her number.

    My network is Three. I've called them and they said I have to download an android app as they can't block it for me.

    I have tried downloading some apps - 'call and sms filter' but they are not downloading on my phone.

    Can anyone recommend any apps that WILL work as I cant cope with this anymore

    Thanks

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    Best advice:

    Best app on android to block numbers is 'Call Control'.
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    Try contacting whatever network you're on, they might have a solution.

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my E15i
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    (Original post by layercake)
    Hi everyone

    I'm being harassed by an ex-girlfriend of mine. She is calling and texting me up to 450 times a day and I dont know how to block her number.

    My network is Three. I've called them and they said I have to download an android app as they can't block it for me.

    I have tried downloading some apps - 'call and sms filter' but they are not downloading on my phone.

    Can anyone recommend any apps that WILL work as I cant cope with this anymore

    Thanks
    Best app on android to block numbers is 'Call Control'.

    You can find it in the Play Store!

    It blocks calls and texts being received to your phone from numbers you block!
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    You could always buy another phone and change your number or buy an IPhone and block the number on that...

    Or...

    ring up your network provider..I've never had to do it - I've had to block texts before, but that was easy, just find it in the settings!
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