How to Call Someone Who has Blocked Your Number on Their iPhone or Android Phone

This article includes how to call someone who blocked your number? You will learn some easy methods to solve this issue irrespective if someone has blocked you on their iPhone or android devices. You will learn some easy tips on how you can be able to contact them easily.

How to call someone who has blocked you?

However, if we see the other side of this feature of blocking numbers, it’s certainly a good tool for preventing yourself being called from the annoying callers or spammers. So the main purpose of reading this article is for those who are unfairly blocked, under this category comes people like for example if someone has borrowed some money or important things that belongs to you and in that case if you have been blocked by them, then it becomes an urgency to contact them, to get back what you had given to them. Similarly, there could be numbers of reasons which might make you feel urgent in contacting them.

Should I call someone if he blocked my number?

Cautions, respect and privacy matters a lot.

Now, before you start making a call to them be sure that you are respecting the other person’s privacy, because if he really doesn’t want to hear from you and can take it wrongly, he might think that you are trying to harass him or her, so make sure that you don’t get in trouble.

On the other hand, even if the person is not going to take any action against you and even if you are sure about it, then it’s your morals and ethics that you should not be infringing his privacy. As mentioned above this article is only to help those who really need an emergency contact with the other person.

1. Call the individual from a different phone number

It’s always a good a good and easy way to contact the other person from a different phone number, which means you can borrow a phone from someone (preferably from a known person) and dial the person’s number you wish to contact, in that way the person will not be able to judge if you are the one calling you and you can also be able to easily convey your message or clarify the misunderstanding (If some).

2. Call the individual hiding your caller ID

If you think the idea of borrowing someone’s phone and making a call won’t work for you, then there is one more way you can make a call to the individual who has blocked you, and it is by hiding the caller ID on your smartphone. When you hide the caller ID on your smartphone the other person’s Android phone or iPhone will not be able to detect that you are the one calling and your call will easily go through.

Once you get connected to that person you will easily be able to contact the other person and convey your important message to him or her.

Hiding your caller Id depends on the type or model of the smartphone you are using.

Let’s have a look!

How to hide your caller ID on iPhone?

This method will allow you to call the person who has blocked you. By this method they will not be able to see your number flashing on screen instead they will see “No Caller ID” flashing on their phone’s screen. This way there will be some chances that the individual who has blocked your number might pick the call.

The Steps include (iPhone):

1. Firstly, you need to go to the ‘setting’ of your phone and Select ‘Phone’ option

2. Secondly Tap on “Show My Caller ID”

3.  Thirdly turn off the caller ID by Clicking on the “Show My Caller ID” option.

How to hide your Caller ID on a Smartphone?

The steps include (smartphone):

1. Firstly, Open ‘Phone’ option and tap the three dots icon on the top right of the phone.

2. A drop down menu will show up; you need to select the “Settings” options in that.

3. Thirdly select the “More Settings > Show my Caller ID” option and click “Hide number”

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4. Click on “Cancel” to exit from the menu.

After hiding your caller identification (Caller ID) dial the person’s number who has blocked you, and this way you should be able to reach that person. *Note:  Caller ID blocking will not be working on your phone if this feature is disabled from your carrier, in that case reaching to the person borrowing your friend’s phone is advisable.

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