Go to settings / Accounts - from here you'll see a list of accounts that are active, if you click into Google it will show you all the data that is being synced up.
You cannot. The iPhone is designed to sync media to one and only one iTunes library at a time. If you are trying to get music from someone else's library onto your phone, that's called theft.
Answer: A: Answer: A: They can not access your phone, but if they have the credentials for you iCloud account, they could access anything stored in or synced to iCloud, including iMessages, photos, etc. Change your password and set up 2 factor authentication if you suspect someone may have your credentials.
To check your mobile data usage on Android, go to Settings > Network & Internet > Data Usage. Under Mobile, you'll see the total amount of cellular data being used by your phone. Tap Mobile Data Usage to see how your data use has changed over time. From here, you can identify any recent spikes.
From Settings tap Apps and notifications, Notifications, and Notification history to see alerts that have come in recently. It's possible that if an unwelcome guest has been on your phone, there will be some traces of what they've been up to here.
Lookout – This Android app will not only take a picture if someone incorrectly guesses your passcode, but it can also be remotely tracked. Should your phone fall into the wrong hands, you can use your computer to lock your phone as well, ensuring no one is able to access your data.
Helpful answers. This is happening because you are sharing iCloud accounts. When you do this, any synced data such as contacts is merged across devices and the merged list appears on all devices. Also, any action (such as deleting contacts) also happens on all devices sharing the account.
Our ruling: False. We rate the claim that dialing *#21# on an iPhone or Android device reveals if a phone has been tapped FALSE because it is not supported by our research.
Look for discoloration on ceilings and walls.
It may be very small, but a circular spot, no larger than a coin, is a signal that you are being spied on. In particular, small devices such as pinhole microphones or video cameras, rest on the other side of a ceiling or wall and may leave an impression.
On Android: Open the App Drawer, go into Settings, select Location, and then enter Google Location Settings. Here, you can turn off Location Reporting and Location History.
Sign in to appleid.apple.com with your Apple ID and review all the personal and security information in your account to see if there is any information that someone else has added. Make sure all your information is up to date.
Sign in to appleid.apple.com,* then select Devices. If you don't see your devices right away, click View Details and answer your security questions. Click any device name to view that device's information, such as the device model, serial number, and OS version. The information might vary depending on the device type.
Go to appleid.apple.com and sign in to your Apple ID. Look at the Devices section. Click on Details. You will see all the devices signed in with your Apple ID.
Go to the phone settings and switch on its Bluetooth feature from here. Pair the two cell phones. Take one of the phones, and using its Bluetooth application, look for the second phone you have. After turning on the Bluetooth of the two phones, it should automatically display the other on the "Nearby Devices" list.
This is done by going to settings, clicking on your name and on iCloud and then activating messages. On the other hand, on Android this process is even easier, you can do it through Google Sync, in the settings application, entering User or Accounts, depending on the device, and synchronizing the account.
Tip: If you're wanting to control your Android phone remotely from another mobile device, just install the TeamViewer for Remote Control app. As with the desktop app, you'll need to enter the device ID of your target phone, then click “Connect”.
To detect hidden cameras and microphones, listen carefully for buzzing or clicking sounds since hidden cameras often produce faint noises. Also, inspect any smoke detectors and electronics in the room since people often hide cameras and microphones in devices that require electricity.
A regular beeping sound is one sign your call is being recorded. Laws governing the recording of telephone conversations vary by state. If you suspect your phone calls are being recorded without your consent, first determine whether your consent is legally required in your state.
*#21# - By dialling this USSD code, you would get to know if your calls have been diverted somewhere else or not. *#62# - With this, you can know if any of your calls - voice, data, fax, SMS etc, has been forwarded or diverted without your knowledge.
Each item is either enabled or disabled. Dial *#61# and tap Call to show the number for voice call forwarding when a call is unanswered. Also show the options for data, fax, sms, sync, async, packet access and pad access.
*#0*# is to test some mobile functions to find out any hardware problem like screen colors, dim Light, tourch, vibration and receiver and some other functions it is for maintenance purposes if you wanna try this test make sure to know how to exist from a function to another some mobiles use volume up not for all ...
Go to “Settings” and the “Turn Off sync” button will be right at the top. To turn off sync on your Android device, go to “Settings” > “Accounts or Users & accounts“. Tap the account you want to make the changes to and choose “Account Sync“. To finalize things, disable the apps you don't want the Sync enabled for.
If you're on Android platform,The google account you used to sign in on your device could take backup of your contacts frequently from your phone…if the same account is used in another phone like( your husband's one )probably backed up contacts are going to visible on his phone too..