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I want to block a number from calling me. I don't even want to know if the person even tried to call me. Don't want any notifications. The person on the other end should not get a ringing sound when he try to call me. He shouldn't even know that I've blocked him. If possible I would like to block text messages from that number as well.

The specifications of my device can be seen from the attached image:

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You can access Xiaomi call blocker that way:

  1. Go to Settings > System Apps > Call Settings > Blocklist.
  2. Enable Blocklist by sliding the toggle
  3. To block any number you want, Click on the Blocked numbers > Click on Add & choose from the contacts or enter the contact you wanted to block manually.

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You can easily use true caller to block unnecesary calls or either you can use call barring or callblocking in your default phone dailer settings itself.

  • But call barring won't block specific calls it will block all the incoming voice calls and if I block using Truecaller then it shows notifications and the person dialing my number will hear it ringing which I want to avoid. – Hisenberg Oct 16 '19 at 13:04
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in the settings of phone app, usually there are options to block calls and messages from specific numbers, the call will be automatically blocked and the caller will think that you have hung up the call, but the call does not sound to you, it only appears in the logs

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Almost all the newer Android phones have native dialler apps that support call blocking. Your phone supports that too - a simple Google search shows so. Refer to this site:

https://www.hardreset.info/devices/xiaomi/xiaomi-redmi-note-5/block-number/

  • Choose Call icon from the main screen.
  • Tap on the right upper corner to select the Settings option.
  • Scroll the list down, pick the Blocked Numbers
  • Now, Add a Number to the blacklist.
  • Finally, the added number is blocked already.

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