Tutorial on how to take pictures of people who take our cellphones
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Photographing the Unknowing Fad
It really sucks if you have a friend or relative whose job is completely curious about everything about you. And it gets even worse if the friend also wants to know what’s stored on your smart device. If this is the case, you just feel insecure, worrying that your personal secrets on your smartphone will be discovered. Especially if you are someone who carelessly puts down your smartphone. Even though you have anticipated this by installing various screen lock methods, such as patterns, PINs and so on, sometimes you are also curious to know who the culprit is trying to peek at the contents of your favorite smartphone. Apparently, there is a powerful and easy way you can do to find out who the ignorant hand is. Curious? Tips for Playing the Game Clash of Lords 2
- The first thing you have to do, of course, is to download a third-party supporting application. In this trial, we made use of an application called Hidden Eye: Catch Your Friends which was downloaded for free from the Google Play Store, using an Android-based smartphone version 4.4 KitKat.
- The next step is to open and run the Hidden Eye: Catch Your Friends application already installed on the device. Automatically, you will be immediately taken to the application settings page. Don’t be confused, just tap Security Status to ON, then put a tick in the Show Intruders on Unlock option. That way, you will know who is trying to open your smartphone.
- Application settings do not stop here. If you have finished activating Security Status, the application will automatically redirect to the Device Administrator to activate this application. In order for the application to run on your smartphone, just tap the Activate button which is located on the lower left side of the screen.
- Don’t forget, you also have to activate the default lock screen on your Android smartphone. It can be a pattern, PIN, password, and so on
- If you have done all of the above procedures, now the smartphone can take pictures of any suspects who are trying to be curious about your device. The shots will be saved automatically in the smartphone gallery in a folder called HiddenEye. You can also view the perpetrator directly from the app by tapping the View Intrusions button.
- What’s more, besides being able to take pictures, this application can also activate an alarm if the perpetrator tries to unlock the screen, but enters the wrong password three times. To use it, you just have to tap the Sound Alarm After 3 Attempts button. How, easy and powerful right?