If you own a Samsung Galaxy S21 and have a blocked contact, it is quick and easy to unblock the number.
When a number is blocked, it will not ring anymore, being automatically ignored, and the call will be forwarded to voicemail.
If you have a contact that calls but the phone does not ring or vibrate, but a message is always left on voice mail, it may be blocked.
There can be other causes for a call going straight to voicemail, such as a bad signal, but a blocked call is one such cause.
How To Unblock a Contact on a Galaxy S21
- Swipe up to see all apps on the phone and find and select Contacts
- Find the contact you want to unblock and select it
- At the bottom right of the screen tap on the More Button
- Select Unblock Contact
Blocking and unblocking contacts can be done easily with the Samsung Galaxy S21.
This includes the Galaxy S21, Plus, and Ultra.
Blocking a number is very common and often done when a caller rings a phone too much, such as a bill collector, ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend, or similar.
If the number needs to be unblocked for whatever reason, go into contacts, find the number, click on the More tab, and select unblock.
The contact can always be blocked again if needed from the same option.
The contact can be found from within apps or from the dial pad menu with both workings.
Are you having any issues unblocking a contact on your Galaxy S21? Let us know what the issue is below.