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Let's say I've installed FS on my phone and it got stolen. How easy it would be for a thief to uninstall FS? Can it be some simply from the menu or are there some protective mechanisms?

Thanks!

Hi Roger,

The program runs discreetly and cannot be accessed without a special code related to the individual license key. You'd have to know about it, have the code, and also know how to access it.

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Let's say I've installed FS on my phone and it got stolen. How easy it would be for a thief to uninstall FS? Can it be some simply from the menu or are there some protective mechanisms?

Thanks!

On most models, FlexiSPY is 100% hidden, and there is no way to even tell the software is there. All our applications require that you know before hand that FlexiSPY is installed, and also the unique secret key to bring up the secret screen to uninstall.

This is not the case with our competetiors, who do not currently hide their application the way we do

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On most models, FlexiSPY is 100% hidden, and there is no way to even tell the software is there. All our applications require that you know before hand that FlexiSPY is installed, and also the unique secret key to bring up the secret screen to uninstall.

This is not the case with our competetiors, who do not currently hide their application the way we do

100% hidden maybe true, after the installation. However the software must be downloaded directly from web onto the target phone, right. Then there is part of phone billing statement has list of calls, messages, and dowloads. So how can you hide that once you downloaded the program, from the web site. Is it easily found out?

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100% hidden maybe true, after the installation. However the software must be downloaded directly from web onto the target phone, right. Then there is part of phone billing statement has list of calls, messages, and dowloads. So how can you hide that once you downloaded the program, from the web site. Is it easily found out?

Actually downloads never work that way; they do not appear on any itemized bill. As far as the network is concerned, every bit of data transfer is a download. Nobody could know the difference between a downloaded file, text from a web page, a graphic or any other type of data communication.

Depending on the service plan, internet access includes either unlimited data or a total 'X' megabytes per month. Some pre-paid plans might be based on 'X' minutes of data transfer per month instead of an amount of data.

In any case its a single running total. There is no itemized way to know what connections were made, where the connections were made to or what programs requested those connections. Its all just internet use thats included in whatever service plan is active.

The only thing you might want to do is clear the cache (from the web browser) or delete the URL history of the web site you downloaded the program from, after installation.

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