Blocking someone from any devices or any apps is a common thing today. It takes a few minutes to block someone or be blocked. This means you won’t be able to send SMS messages to the person who blocked you. Almost every messaging app on your phone has a blocking feature. So does WhatsApp. If you get into a person’s / someone’s block list, you will find it impossible to send them messages. So here’s how to text someone who blocked you. I’m sure you will love this tutorial!
What if you want to explain yourself or convey important information? They have blocked you, so your messages won’t reach them in the normal way. Also if you can’t see the person offline, the scene gets worse. That’s when this tutorial comes to save the day. Now you can message them even though they have blocked you.
Did you ask – How? Well, keep reading. There are 4 methods so you may wanna check the table of content below. Let’s get started with the hacks.
1. Delete Your WhatsApp Account and Sign Up Again
You can revoke the blockage by recreating your WhatsApp account. After this, you can immediately text someone from your contacts who blocked you on WhatsApp. You can follow the steps given below.
- Take up your phone and open WhatsApp on it. Then, hit the three dots on the right-top corner and go to “Settings>> Account” on your phone.
- You can now see an option named “Delete My Account” there. Don’t forget to tap on it. It may seem weird, but you need this to recreate your account on your phone.
- Here, you will have to “choose your country” (or enter the country code) and “type your phone number” into the appropriate fields.
- Once you complete all the three steps, “hit the red Delete My Account button“. This should do the trick on your phone.
- Now close WhatsApp and Open it again. Now sign up for your WhatsApp Account just the way you did it the first time.
There you go! You have bypassed the blockage now. You can now text someone who blocked you on WhatsApp. If you don’t want that to happen, you can follow the other 2 methods given below.
Caution: When you delete your account, you are erasing all your details on WhatsApp. You will never get your messages back. And, you got kicked out from all the groups too.
2. Send Message via WhatsApp Group
You can’t send messages to a public group with all your friends or acquaintances, I know. So ask your close friend to create a WhatsApp group for you. Also tell him/her to add you as a contact and that person, whom you want to message as members from your android device, iPhone, Android phone, or other devices.
Finally, instruct him to leave the group. Once he does that, only you and that person will be in the group. Every message you send into the group can be read by the other only member or person only..
3. Message Them Offline
One of the quickest ways on how to text some who blocked you is by sending a message through SMS. They will recieve your SMS Messages. You can type the text into your default text messaging app and send it to their number or the person in your contact list that blocked you. This is a reliable method. He/she will get the notifications and conversations that you are trying to make.
4. Message Them on Other Apps
Just like WhatsApp, there are some other apps that you can use the phone number as the base of contact. Even if you don’t have contacts with them on any other platform, you can try searching the number on it.
You can easily block people. That’s the four different methods on how to text someone who blocked you on WhatsApp. You can try this method for other social messaging apps or social media messaging apps too.
Know that you cannot tell whether you’ve been blocked on Android devices, as there is no built-in message tracking system. As far as phone calls are concerned, a blocked call goes directly to voice mail on a personal phone. Your profile photo / profile picture will not be visible to them and the user can unblock them if they have blocked them. You can also leave a voicemail , voice messages or send regular messages via SMS to the blocker. Ask us about phone settings, error message, or other queries in the comment box below.