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Old 03-28-2009, 05:14 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by juwaack68 View Post
How do you know it's there? Did you see it? Do you have an icon with an application name?

Or did he just tell you he did it....in which case I have to agree it's probably BS.
Like a keylogger on a computer, there is no way to detect it on your phone, or at least that is what I've read about them. If there was an icon or an app name it would be easy to get rid of. I found out about it because he started questioning me about text messages that I was recieving. My phone is always either in my sight or locked. The first time he asked me about a text I'd received I had just walked in the door from work. He admitted that he downloaded an app to get the info and he's received and questioned me about every text I've received since. And he has not had access to my phone so there is no way he could be getting the information that way. I don't have anything to hide with respect to my texts and call logs but I do not like the idea of being spied on (who does?). I did take a look at his cell phone today and he has a nifty new icon that is not in his icon glossary that looks like a big lock....could be the app he installed. From what I've read, a couple of of the programs out there allow the info to be sent to the spiers phone and to a computer of their choosing. I disconnected my bluetooth when I found out about it a week or so ago and today I disconnected his. Maybe that will do the trick. I just want the stupid program off my phone.
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