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I received a texting of messag from unknow XXXX or RRRR    Today i clicked  and read them  ;   A sudden a message flowed into on gmail spam email boxes had one message    Were they connected each other  It shouldn't connecte  thus i not used gmail through out phone  I have been having a texting message from unknow XXXX or RRRR   frequently    This message without expressing of who really were them ..Where were message from  It made me illness   ... How do i blocked these unknow XXXX or RRRR  ? 

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@snowing-winter 

 

The obvious answer is not to click on Text messages from an unknown source.

Resist the urge to read messages from people you do not know.

 

Blocking texts is something you need to do on the phone, of course.

 

You might be able to find help at your phone service provider.

For example, if you have AT&T, check with their mobile service support.

 

If you think the problem is something in your gmail account, check with Google / gmail support.

 

Still not sure?

Ask a friend, someone you trust, how to block text messages or how to change the security settings for texting.

 

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