Sometimes, your ex or an old acquaintance might be blocked out of your phone. Or you might want to call someone you can’t reach until they unblock you. This article will show you how to do that.
What is Blocking a Contact on Your iPhone
If you ever find yourself wanting to unblock someone on your iPhone/iPad, it’s easy to do. Here’s how:
1. If the person you want to unblock is in your contact list, just tap on their name and then select “Block.”
2. If the person isn’t in your contact list, go to the “Contacts” app on your iPhone/iPad and search for their name. Once you’ve found them, tap on their name and then select “Block.”
How to Unblock Someone on an iPhone/iPad
If you’ve ever wished you could unblock someone on your iPhone or iPad, this tutorial will show you how. You can unblock someone on an iPhone or iPad by following these steps:
1) Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad and select “General” from the main menu.
2) Under “Accessibility,” select “VoiceOver.”
3) In the “VoiceOver Accessibility Options” dialog box, tap the “Unblock Contact” button.
4) Enter the contact’s phone number or email address in the “Contact” field and tap OK.
5) The blocked contact will now be available for VoiceOver users to access.
How to Initiate the Receive Call Feature
If you want to be able to receive calls from people who you don’t want to talk to, you can enable the “Receive Call” feature on your iPhone or iPad. To do this, open the Settings app on your device and go to Phone > Calls > Receive Calls. You will see a list of all the people who have called you recently. To unblock a call, just tap on it and then choose Block this Caller. Note that Blocking a caller will not prevent them from calling you again; it only prevents them from being able to receive your calls.
If you’re ever having trouble unblocking someone on your iPhone or iPad, don’t worry — we’ve got the solution. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps necessary to unblock someone on your device. Keep in mind that this process may vary depending on your iOS version and device, so be sure to check out our full guide if you need help getting started.