orb3000 · Apr 1, 2011 at 06:00 pm

I-Spy: Know it All Now for Android!

XDA moderators NeoS2007 and Madnish30 presents this fantastic application. I-Spy will let your Android device pick up the radio waves from other devices nearby (approx. 15 feet) to access the users’ device storage, or simply listen into their phone call. The app decrypts the GSM access codes to get access to the data stream. Then, it cloaks itself to blend into the data stream and simply monitor all communication between the devices.
Ever wanted those hot pics that your beautiful class mate has on her phone? Now you can have them!
Working for Gingerbread only for now but other Android versions, Windows Mobile & Windows Phone 7 will be up soon!.
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Originally posted by NeoS2007
For the people who want to know EVERYTHING about EVERYONE

I-Spy

3 Months of collarorative work between Madnish30 and myself, we’ve deceid to make our work public. Early tests made us realise this should be tested more thoroughly with our XDA members, so here we are.

What is it?
Well, let’s say you’ve always wanted to know what kinky pics that hot chick in your biology class has got on her i-Phone. Now you can! With I-Spy, your Android device picks up the radiowaves from other devices nearby (approx. 15 feet) to access the users’ device storage, or simply listen into their phonecall!

How does it work?
It’s actually very hard to explain, but it comes down to this: I-Spy picks up the radiosignal and decrypts the GSM access codes to get access to the datastream. Then it cloakes itself to blend into the datastream and simply monitor all communication between the devices.

So can I see/hear the complete communication between two people?
No. It’s limited to the device in the near vincinity. However, we’re working on getting a reversed datastream decryption, so we can get the other device too.

Continue to the application thread.


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