orb3000 · Nov 28, 2011 at 10:13 pm

Call Master – Control Calls And SMS

If you are an advanced user you may be looking for a good firewall application to control all the incoming data to your expensive toy. If that´s the case this is for you, XDA Recognized Developer ftgg99 presents a completely silent app to control all your calls and SMS, which includes an advanced list and action based system with a private call and SMS inbox. Featuring:

Text routing and replies
Tasker support
Customizable, obfuscate notifications
Action, list and profile prioritize
Action groups and wild card filters

If you are coming from Root Call Blocker, the Developer warns to read the help guide. You can get the app for free in the usual place and please leave your feedback and comments. Thanks for reading.

Originally posted by ftgg99
Call Master Beta

Welcome to the open beta of Call Master, the most advanced call and text message firewall available for Android. With unique, powerful features and the proven reliability of Root Call Blocker under the hood, this application is for both the casual and advanced pro ninja user.
Debugging:

Help us make this the finest call and SMS management app by participating! You can use our internal debugging tools to send logs or write suggestions. Please post here as well, as communal troubleshooting is very effective.

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