Another day, another tweak. CallBlocker gives you more control over incoming calls. You can download this jailbreak tweak for your iPhone below.
How CallBlocker works
Call blocking has been around for a long time in iOS and other mobile operating systems.
However, you can only block a specific number at a time, which leaves a lot of room for improvement. This is where this new tweak comes in.
CallBlocker Cydia tweak automatically blocks all incoming calls from user-specified numbers. It is developed by tweak developer Kiran Patil.
You can set it up easily from its Settings section.
Firstly, enable it and then select whichever option you want to.
Block Unknown Numbers
Once you block a number, it will automatically disconnect whenever your iPhone receives an incoming call from that particular caller. The call will then be transferred to voicemail.
You can also suppress missed call notifications from such callers. After disabling the notification, you will still be able to read the missed call information from your call history.
Block Custom Numbers
Apart from custom blocking, you can also block an entire group of numbers that start with the same numbers.
As for me, I have enabled the following options –
- Block Unknown Numbers
- Silent Disconnect Enabled
- Specify Numbers to Block (all numbers beginning with 500)
Download CallBlocker Cydia tweak
There are plenty of App Store applications that let you block calls. Some of them might even be more feature-rich than this tweak.
However, this tweak sticks to the basics and does what it’s supposed to do splendidly. If you happen to receive a lot of calls from unknown callers or telemarketers, this tweak is a must-have. Recommended.
CallBlocker is available for download on Kiran Patil’s Cydia repo (https://imkpatil.github.io/repo) for free. It is compatible with iOS 11.
Here are a few more tweaks that you might want to install on your Apple device.
- BioProtect X – Protect your apps with Touch ID/Face ID
- WhatsApp Dark Mode – OLED-friendly dark mode for WhatsApp
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