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Legally Monitor your Children's Text Messages and Emails from a Cellphone. Works for your Girlfriend or Boyfriend with Permission.

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My wife has been able to retrieve my texts and has shown them back to me. I was wondering what to look for to stop it?

I don't know where to look to find or block, how is she doing it?

She has installed a spy application without your consent onto your phone. What she is doing is against the law, and she may be facing a serious trial case of felony. There are many married couples who went through court because of this (please read one of the court case resolutions when a man used his wife's password without her consent: (click here to read a court case article). If you do not wish to open a court case, just warn her about it and hard-reset your phone. Please refer to our articles on how to perform a factory reset on Android devices and on how to perform a factory reset on iPhone. This will ensure the removal of spyware. Then, set a password onto your phone and never give it to anyone. Always keep the phone next to you.

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