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I noticed when making spy calls the lights and screen on the target satio phone will light up.

Is there any models that don't have this?

When the SpyCall first connects the backlight might initially flash on some models, but only for a second and there is no Caller ID or other indication of any connecting call. This shouldn't arouse much suspicion by itself, but if you use any of the Nokia E series there should not be any backlight flashing upon initial connection.

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When the SpyCall first connects the backlight might initially flash on some models, but only for a second and there is no Caller ID or other indication of any connecting call. This shouldn't arouse much suspicion by itself, but if you use any of the Nokia E series there should not be any backlight flashing upon initial connection.

Target is Nokia E71. So just to confirm there should be NO backlight during spycall?

Depends upon the Flexispy version. In 3.01 (and possibly 3.02, can't remember) on an E71. If the "new message" (or "unread messages") icon was active on the home screen and a spy call connected the backlight would light for the full time period specified in the phone's user settings. If the "missed calls" icon was active on the home screen and a spy call connected there would be a fleeting illumination of the backlight. These problems were fixed in version 3.03 and are certainly not present in the current release.

There always has been and still is a fleeting illumination on a spy call disconnect.

And for completeness, if SMS keyword filtering is enabled and an SMS which is to be filtered and deleted is received, the backlight will illuminate for a second or so and you can see the unread message count increment by 1 then decrement by 1. This is only for keyword SMS filtering, there is no indication of command SMSs.

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The target Is a e71 flexispy version is 3.04 has the issue been fixed regarding if SMS message icon showing screen lights up for duration if spy call. Are there any other ways to arouse suspicion as target is already on guard. Thanks

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The target Is a e71 flexispy version is 3.04 has the issue been fixed regarding if SMS message icon showing screen lights up for duration if spy call. Are there any other ways to arouse suspicion as target is already on guard. Thanks

JoUp I don't understand your question. There is not and has never been any condition in which an SMS message would cause the display to light up for the duration of a SpyCall. Perhaps you mis-read one of the previous messages. This does not happen.

I'd like to state one thing to anyone concerned about arousing suspicion. The software itself runs discreetly, if not completely hidden in stealth mode for all practical purposes. Anytime you are running advanced software in the background which is monitoring and interacting with several processes, there may be subtleties which only someone having sufficient technical experience coupled with strong knowledge of the specific product might notice. Otherwise, phones don't work perfectly anyway. Just like small computers, they get stuck, apps freeze, connections drop, and we often simply reboot to solve any immediate problem.

The first time you notice a weird image on your TV set you don't assume someone has tampered with it, you just turn it off and back on to see if that fixes the problem. The world of technology has conditioned all of us this way. Assuming the software itself is reasonably stable and does not overtly announce itself to the user, then the biggest threat of suspicion is your own behavior. If you start dropping hints that indicate you know about things you shouldn't be aware of, or brag proudly about how you can find the Target's location whenever you want, this is what blows your cover. If you simply resist that urge and behave as stable and discreetly as the software itself, then even if there are any oddities with the software, the Target user still won't have any reason to suspect it has anything to do with you. It is just technology as usual. Why shouldn't it be?

One other thing that can bring attention is the way you decide to use the software. For example if you're spending several hours a day obsessively placing SpyCalls to listen to the surroundings, or setting the GPS to every few seconds, this is fine as long as the Target user is in the habit of heavy use and regular charging of the battery. But you have to understand that you're using the same power requirements of any other airtime call, etc. So be careful and be thoughtful of how you're going to use these features, and then sit quietly without talking about it. If you can do that, you don't need to worry too much about how the software operates. FlexiSPY is generally more discreet than the average customer who uses it, and it will not announce itself to the user.

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