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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: How to Reject Calls in Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge has several features that can be used to reject calls depending on your need and condition, e,g: you can reject the call with messages so you can easily tell the caller about the reason why you rejected the call, you can reject the call using voice command when your hand can't control the phone, you can set your phone to auto-reject unwanted or unknown calls, etc.


How to reject incoming calls?
You can use these 7 different ways to reject incoming calls:
  1. By swiping the reject call icon.
    When you're not using your phone and an incoming call arrives, the call notification will be displayed in full screen. Swipe the reject call icon to reject the call. You can use this way without you have to turn on any feature.
  2. By tapping the reject option.
    When you're opening another app and an incoming call arrives, your phone will show the call notification as pop up. Tap the Reject option in the pop up to reject the call. You can use this way without you have to turn on any feature.
  3. By single tapping the reject call icon.
    If you don't like swiping the reject call icon and want a simpler way to reject calls, you can enable the single tap mode so you can reject call by single tapping the reject call icon when the call notification is displayed in full screen.
  4. By sending a rejection message.
    If you'd like to tell the caller about the reason why you rejected the call, you can use the reject call with messages feature so that your phone will reject the call and send the selected rejection message to the caller at the same time.
  5. By placing your finger on the heart rate sensor.
    By enabling the quick reply feature, you can easily reject calls by placing your finger on the heart rate sensor and holding it in place for 2 seconds when your phone is facing downwards.
  6. By saying voice command.
    When you're in a condition where your hand can't control your phone, you can reject the calls by using voice command. You just need to say "reject" to reject the call.
  7. By using the auto reject feature.
    You can set your phone to auto reject calls come from a specific number or those who have not listed in your contacts list.

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