With the help of different software or app, one can control other people’s mobile phones. But remember, it’s not the same as owning a smartphone, or an Android or iOS device. This is not a game where you can just go and pick up your phone and play in a way that feels natural to you. You need to understand the technology behind this to be able to use it effectively.
Unfortunately, a lot of spy apps are available on the Internet and your ex or suspicious parents can install any of the spy apps on your phone. Without installing any application and running a script or inject a virus into your device no one can use your smartphone or hack your smartphone. An anti-virus app can help to prevent your phone from getting compromised by other people. If you are using a smartphone, you should install an anti-virus or anti-fishing app to keep malware and other dangerous threats at bay.
Somebody will have installed a spyware app or remote administrative tool and it is very difficult to find out who is behind it. I would recommend defragging your phone because they have the ability to access all of your personal information such as photos and texts. They don’t even need to film you on camera to do this they can just take a screenshot.
This article is about how to find out who is controlling my phone. Here are some things that you should know:
1) A lot of people do not know that the person who controls their phone is really just a tech guy. They usually have no idea about what they are doing every time they make a call or connect to a service.
2) In this day and age, it is very easy to avoid all kinds of eavesdropping by using virtual private networks (VPNs). So if you do not want your privacy violated, you need to be aware that your phone will be controlled by someone else anyway.
3) To find the people who are controlling your phone; the easiest way is to check the IP addresses of your device/browser history using the IP Lookup tool online and find the location.
4) After finding the location; cross-check your contacts and find who on your list might live in that place. And find out him/her.
5) At the very least, you should check your phone bill to see if you’re being charged for premium-rate texts that you never sent or signed up for.
6) Data usage has gone through the roof. This could mean that your app is sending large amounts of data back to its controller or people who hacked your phone, causing performance issues and thus affecting your app’s data usage. So check the app to where the data is being sent to.