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Spy On Your Boyfriend, Girlfriend or Children's Text Messages and Emails from a Cellphone

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I saw on TV long time ago that you can use someone's mobile phone to listen to their normal conversations they are having with other people just standing next to them, or in the same room. Is that true and can I set that up on another person's phone?

I want to know if my husband is saying things to people in our family about me when I'm not standing near him. His body language is suggesting he is making up stories and filling their heads with lies and rubbish. I've seen him do this to a previous wife. Well I don't know if I can set it up on his analog phone which is not connected to WiFi but is connected to Bluetooth. His plan allows for an internet connection but he never uses it. I would like to use his phone as a listening device really to confirm my suspicions. Also can I set this up on his phone without having the phone in my possession or would I have to have his phone to change settings? I have tried: Nothing. It just occurred to me that I had seen something on TV that you could listen to people's conversations through the phone and in some cases the phone didn't even need to be switched on? I think it was caused by: This doesn't apply. It's a personal matter that has been haunting me for ages and I just need to know.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: I think my boyfriend is either talking back with his ex or some other female and he has these weird text that comes up on his phone as just like 5 #s sent it to him. He tends to have a problem Factory Resetting his phone. He does it at least 4 maybe 5 tim

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