How do you block certain numbers from calling?

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To bloke incoming calls you should go to the 'Security' settings on your phone. There should be a menu item that says 'Security Settings,' or 'Settings' and then 'Security.'Enter in your unlock code to access the security settings in your phone. If you have never set up this feature, use '0000' for the first time and change it soon after. Go to the section for restricting incoming calls. There are options to restrict all calls, no calls, calls from anyone not in your contacts list, calls from a specific person in your contacts list or calls from a specific number. The exact options depend on the type of phone
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