How Can I See Someone's Text Messages And Call Log Without His Information?

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Greg Allen answered
Before you consider looking at another person’s private text messages and call logs, you should think about the reason you wish to do it. It is a strongly immoral act just to find out who one of your friends or relatives has been talking to. That said, if you suspect criminal activity is taking place in your home in relation to a mobile phone or perhaps a cheating spouse there are ways you can keep track of a person’s cell phone activity.
Various third-party software and applications allow a person to track cell activity, although it is strongly advised to use a phone that you own yourself. In order to use such programs, access to the cell phone in question is needed for at least a couple of minutes, as it involves entering information into it. The best phone spying software is very simple and quick to use, and the owner cannot tell anything has changed on their phone, so check the product information to ensure it cannot be discovered.
Once installed, programs such as Mobile Spy track the device and a user can gain access to this information by visiting the server and entering the information given at the time of set-up. More importantly, the software allows you to access text messaging records, both sent and received, even if they have been deleted from the cell. Call logs can even be looked at, including who a call was made to and, if possible, information about the contact stored in the phone’s memory.
By visiting the Mobile Spy website, you can check whether a phone is compatible with the software before you purchase it. After that, you need just a few minutes to be able to track texts and calls.
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George David answered

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Allan David answered

At this stage of the game, it doesn’t really matter whether or not he’s cheating or she is cheating. You suspect that he/she is. Whether you’re right or wrong about that, you clearly don’t trust him/ her .So the lack of evidence proves nothing to you.Then, you’ll conclude that he’s even craftier than you thought, and he’s covering up too well to get caught.....

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People I know, cheaters I know react to their partners ' accusations by cheating on them even more. So...be sure of it, have proof because as soon as you say something about it, and it happens to not be true...it is going to change the relationship. BUT if you have good reasons and maybe even proof, it would make the relationship come into the light of what it really is. The change was already brought in by him/her and not you in that situation.

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Elisha Risinger Profile
Elisha Risinger answered
If your thinking about hacking into your childs or friends cell phone, then I would be ashamed of your self. You should trust them enough not to be tempted to sneak into there stuff.

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