So my phone rang just now. Of course, as nearly always, it was a spammer. In the process of fishing the phone out of my pocket, the random presses of the power and Home buttons resulted in the phone declining the call. Wonderfully fortuitous! Well, no. When I pressed the Home button to unlock the phone and block the number, I was informed (before the numeric keypad came up to perform the unlock) that an auto-reply was to be texted, "Can I call you later?" Gaahh!!!! I did not want this. I thought the safest action would be to hit the power button, and then retry the unlock sequence. No sooner had I done that than I heard the familiar "Whoosh!" and the message was sent. Of course since the number was spoofed, the spammer never received the text, but some random poor soul in southeast Michigan did. This is IMO totally unacceptable behavior for a cellphone. Text replies should only be sent when the user specifically selects them and it should NOT be possible to do it through random keypresses on a locked phone. Is there any way to completely disable auto text replies? If not, what is the default button sequence that triggers an auto text reply when the phone is locked? (So I can be careful to avoid it in the future!) I can't find any reference on this online, just the usual dummies' tutorials on how to create auto-replies.