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How to block spam calls and messages from your Samsung mobile

Some of the most annoying things are spam calls and spam messages. At best, it's just a nuisance. In the worst case scenario, it can be dangerous scams. Just last year, over 26 billions of robocalls were made in the US. Some people choose to ignore phone calls altogether.

There's no reason to quit some of your smartphone's features to avoid unwanted ads. In a few simple steps, you can have better control of spam and ads on Samsung your device.

Ad Blocker

Potentially dangerous ads not only come in the form of call spam, but they can also appear on websites. Malware can be spread through malicious ads, also known as malvertisements, placed in legal and popular websites and endanger the safety of mobile devices.

Ad blockers remove malicious messages from your browser, making you safe. The Samsung Internet allows users to activate at the same time up to five ad blockers for a safer browsing experience.

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Smart Anti-Tracking

Have you ever wondered how certain websites seem to know your tastes and preferences? As soon as you load the page, product ads tailored to your interests are immediately displayed. These targeted ads are made possible by Trackers, followed by your clicks and browsing habits.

Samsung Internet uses machine learning to track trackers on a site. Removing them cookies monitoring, Smart Anti-tracking of Samsung Internet prevents websites from viewing your online activities.

How to enable Smart Anti-tracking:

  1. Open 'Samsung Internet menu'
  2. Type 'Settings'
  3. Select »Privacy and Security»
  4. Select 'Smart anti-tracking' and 'On'

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Knowing who is calling you is the first step in eliminating spam calls and running Smart Call of Samsung helps you in this. The function automatically detects and detects robocalls and lets you just block or report spam numbers. Go to 'Caller ID and spam protection' in Call settings to turn on the function. Turn on 'Caller ID and spam protection' in Call settings to turn on smart dialing.

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