Htc one M9 Thank you for updating the key.. I appreciate it very much..
No support at all. Ok guys..im reverting my review back since you really dont offer support for dual sim devices. I just hoped for at least a mail from you to tell me something like: "Dude, we dont offer support for your phone. Sorry. But anyway you can try this or this..or go f..k yourself.". Anyway. I will give you five stars, because your app really is the best..too bad for me that i cant use it with my current device.
Works great! We'll worth it The only app that has worked so far. Love the advanced features and level of granularity. The "add group" feature sold me on this. Just add all your spam callers to a Google contacts group and apply. Works like a charm.
Update I have bought and used CM Pro for over a year now. It has worked on the Motorola Defy with stock then CM7.2 ROM, and now the Nexus 4 with stock then faux123 kernel. There were times that it has stopped working when there had been changes to my devices or the app itself, but eventually the developer fixed them and I'm a satisfied customer. My only wish is enhanced support for wildcards like regular expression, and better management of blocked numbers like editing a database. Thanks!
Awsome I have tried it and the trial version was working fine and it was enough for me. But i liked it so much because it worked like charm, so i decided to buy it only to supprt and encourage the developer. Thanks developer. Advanced features, LED action, no 1st ring prob. I mean everything is perfect. This is the best call blocker in the market. Now my search for a perfect call blocker is over.
Powerful I used that garbage app "Call Control" for quite awhile. But I got sick of its stupid "community blacklist" feature doing me no good, and the fact that it allowed my phone to ring for a couple seconds for "blocked" calls. (To me, if the phone rings AT ALL, the call hasn't truly been blocked.) Call Master took awhile to figure out (the interface could use improvement), but it does the job admirably. As a bonus, the "Kill" method could cause unwanted callers some hassle. When I tested by adding my wife's phone number to a block list--and used the "Kill" method--her call was blocked, then her phone went nuts by infinitely redialing me and everyone on her contact list in succession. My phone never rang and had no issues. I do NOT fault Call Master for this behavior; I assume that this happens because the device placing the call isn't expecting the instantaneous interruption without a nice "call terminated" type of coded reply. In any case, it is my fervent hope that the idiots I block deal with just that kind of difficulty.
Updated for general compatibility with new x64 devices