Theseus wrote:Firebear wrote:#1. I'm afaid you could not prevent the message from being recieved by Android, because until then you could not identify it is a spam. Do not forget that this is a solution working at the client site;
Yeah, you are right. I really can't prevent the messages from being received by Android, but can I prevent them from being added to the message inbox? If I can do that, then I am done.
There are SMS firewall in many other mobile platform, such as iPhone. The third-party SMS firewall for iPhone can function as a real firewall, no ringtone, no notification, no sms in the inbox, nothing at all. So there is a solution at the client side!
Anyway, to develop such a firewall violates the spirit of communication.
I suggest you to read the source code of SMSPopup