08-04-2020 11:46 PM in
I have a Samsung Galaxy A20.
I have been getting those "hot Russian babes" text messages on my phone and I can't block them because the sender is a spoofed email address instead of a number. Just a matter of time until they send a virus if they haven't already. I looked around for a solution and found one saying to enter .com, .net, etc in the block messages portion on my phone but the Galaxy A20 only allows numeric inputs for blocks. Not trying to have a cellphone I just bought broken because of a spammer getting past Samsung system. Don't have the time, money, or patience for that.
09-04-2020 06:51 AM in
Your mobile network customer service may have some info or support to stop these messages which are usually because they've managed to hook onto your details via a website @Stomps
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