Our team Android It contains a lot of sensitive information and we do not want it to fall into the wrong hands. Also, there is always the risk that someone wants to inspect the data stored on the device.
There is a way to know who has tried to steal the content of our smartphone, specifically those who have tried to unlock the cell phone and those who for some reason have been successful.
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Thanks to the “Who has taken my mobile?” application, it is possible to identify the person who tries to enter your computer. The website The reason is has created an instruction manual so that you can use this app without any problem.
TUTORIAL TO DOWNLOAD AND USE THE APP WHO HAS TAKEN MY MOBILE?
- Enter the Play Store and search Who has taken my mobile?, developed by MidnightDev
- You can download the app from this link
- Install the app and grant permissions
- Run the software with the button that appears on the screen and that’s it
From this moment on, the program will be running in the background, but with fairly low power consumption.
The app has a 4.8 rating on the Google app store. Photo: Google
How to activate the hidden flash of the front camera of your Android cell phone
- The first thing will be to enter the camera of your cell phone.
- Then activate the front camera.
- At that moment you will see the completely crossed out flash symbol in the upper area.
- This means it is disabled.
- In order to activate the flash of the front camera of your cell phone, you must press the flash symbol.
- Two options will now be activated: one to activate the flash automatically and another to enable the flash always. Choose the second one and now take a selfie.
- At that moment you will see that the screen of your cell phone will turn white.
- That is the flash of the front camera and that will help to obtain more illumination in your selfies, especially at night.
- Remember that it can harm your cell phone’s battery a little due to the resources it uses for lighting.