Android P will block hidden, private, and overtaxed calls

Android P will block hidden, private, and overtaxed calls

Android P should offer a new native feature to the Phone app that will block hidden, private, premium rate, or even all numbers that do not appear in your contact list. Until now, Android only allows by default to manually enter numbers to block them. This should become a lot easier with Android P. Android P should offer a native Phone application with a feature that allows users to block all hidden, private, unknown, and overtaxed calls by default. According to XDA Developers, which discloses the information, it will even be possible to automatically reject all calls not coming from a number in your contacts.
Android P: Block hidden and private calls will be possible
Currently, it is not possible to perform such manipulation without going through a third-party application or the parameters of certain overlays. The Phone application only allows you to manually indicate numbers to block: you must have been bothered at least once before being able to protect yourself in the future.Google has not yet officially communicated on the successors of Oreo, but we already know a lot about Android P, which should for example benefit from native support of the iris scanner to facilitate the integration of this technology to future generations of smartphones. We also expect the integration of a night mode.
Another innovation that should bring Android P, blocking access to the microphone or camera to third-party applications when they are not being used, to avoid spying on users. Android P should also offer support for the notch of the iPhone X, while more and more smartphones opt for this design popularized by Apple. And to return to the Phone application, we can also expect a change in the recording of calls, which could be facilitated.

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