As many of you surely know, not only through this blog, basically all models of mobile phone, with all operating systems (from Symbian do Windows Mobile, from an iPhone to a BlackBerry) can be turned into a spy cell phone thanks to the installation on the handset of a small but mighty invisible software which allows a third party to remotely monitor the activity of the phone on which it is installed, without raising any suspicion, simply via SMS messages that activate or disable the software functions.
From now on, for those who are not always able to listen in real time to their target’s calls, the spy software features another functionality, which works towards an optimization of surveillance operations.
In fact, as of today, Spy Phones can record the eavesdropped calls, both incoming and outgoing, and not only: once the call is over, the recording audio file will immediately be sent to your email address, for you to comfortably listen to it at a later time, and also to gather evidence which can be used to prove a case of infidelity or corporate espionage.
The audio file is temporarily saved on the phone memory in a dynamic fashion: in fact, should the memory card be full, the software will use the phone memory, and vice versa. As soon as the message is successfully emailed to you, the audio file will be deleted, and no sign of the sent message will ever be found.
As well as others, this function (which is currently available only on Symbian phones) is enabled or disabled simply by sending an SMS with a specific code, which will then be intercepted by the spy software, and not displayed on the phone screen, thus providing maximum privacy to your surveillance operation.