iBlacklist and Bite SMS Help

michaelmols

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Aug 6, 2010
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Hi Guys

I've recently installed Bite Sms on my iPhone 4 on 4.01

I have now also downloaded and installed iBlacklist.

Do these 2 have issues that conflict with each other when both running?

I ask as iBlacklist doesn't seem to be blocking texts or phone calls from the people I have requested it to do so from.

Its imperative that certain people can't get through to me at certain times so any help on this would be great, maybe even a guide or step by step instructions for setting up iBlacklist in case im going wrong there.


Thanks in advance

MM
 

brunetmj

macrumors member
Jul 9, 2010
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Upstate, NY
I have used iblacklist for several years and have found it to be buggy.
It never blocked phone calls, only SMS.
I use the paid version though. I would not want to encourage anyone to use the paid version because I fear they may be disappointed.
I ended up in the past using mccleaner to get the phone calls and i blacklist for sms. I havent tried mccleaner with os4 yet.maybe try reinstalling iblacklist again.
 

michaelmols

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Aug 6, 2010
18
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I have used iblacklist for several years and have found it to be buggy.
It never blocked phone calls, only SMS.
I use the paid version though. I would not want to encourage anyone to use the paid version because I fear they may be disappointed.
I ended up in the past using mccleaner to get the phone calls and i blacklist for sms. I havent tried mccleaner with os4 yet.maybe try reinstalling iblacklist again.
I have used it in the past and it worked a treat, but it doesn't seem to be working since I got my 4.
 

brunetmj

macrumors member
Jul 9, 2010
67
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Upstate, NY
I wanted to confirm that iblacklist does work for both SMS and phone on a 3GS with OS4.1
Maybe try Mcleaner? It seems to be working.
 

mokeiko

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Jul 19, 2007
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I'm using iblacklist and bitesms on iPhone 4, 4.01 with no problems except for the answer haptic which the developer thinks is a hardware issue with the iPhone 4.

mokeiko
 

SpaceKitty

macrumors 68040
Nov 9, 2008
3,204
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Fort Collins Colorado
Heard a few people with i4's using iblacklist but they have issues with calls not beeing blocked like they should.
It's not just an iPhone 4 issue, it's with phones running iOS 4 in general.

My 3GS has 4.0 and iBlacklist. I have always had my phones set up to only allow people in my contacts to get through. iBlacklist is only blocking blocked calls. All other calls are getting through as long as the number is not blocked.

It;s happening on two 3GS phones running 4.0 and my iPhone 4 running 4.0. No Bite SMS installed.
 

michaelmols

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Aug 6, 2010
18
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It's not just an iPhone 4 issue, it's with phones running iOS 4 in general.

My 3GS has 4.0 and iBlacklist. I have always had my phones set up to only allow people in my contacts to get through. iBlacklist is only blocking blocked calls. All other calls are getting through as long as the number is not blocked.

It;s happening on two 3GS phones running 4.0 and my iPhone 4 running 4.0. No Bite SMS installed.
this is not good :(
 

supervelous

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May 28, 2010
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Darn, I love BiteSms and also love iblacklist. And they were working together fine. Then I downloaded the 5.0 update to Bite SMS today and my texts were not being blocked anymore. I may have to find a way to downgrade BiteSMS if possible, or just use stock SMS until fixed.

Sucks because I love being able to quick reply. Any Cydia apps that use quick reply functionality with Apple's stock SMS??
 

supervelous

macrumors 6502
May 28, 2010
323
39
Update: Resprung and now it seems to work again....phew!!

I have a stalker who won't get the hint, and iBlacklist is a godsend, my number 1 reason to be jailbroken
 

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