Android P may give users a preemptive call-blocking feature, so long as carriers don’t screw it up
Over the past several months, I’ve become increasingly familiar with how to block phone numbers in Google’s Phone app: reject a suspicious call, go into my call history, long-press the dubious number, then tap “Block/report spam.” This process is simple enough, but it’s still just a reactionary, case-by-case measure. Android P may improve this call-blocking experience by giving users a smarter, preemptive way to block types of phone numbers — that is, so long as your carrier doesn’t get in the way
The set of commits to the AOSP gerrit, spotted by XDA Developers, would add these contextual call-blocking features to the Google Phone app.
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