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Is there a way to remotely access, transfer, forward, read or receive my boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife’s text messages, Facebook messages, WhatsApp messages, emails, and phone call history log from a different phone, without having access to the actual phone and without knowing it? I was told there’s some App or application software that directly forwards calls and text messages in real-time to my email or phone. How does this work?
If you are looking for something that he won’t know about, it cannot be done simply or for free. You need to install spyware on his phone and pay a monthly service fee. This can be as much as $50 a month for the service. I would have suggested a cell Clone. However, that’s way too aggressive technically (in context). I would simply suggest a PI service instead. That allows for a wider monitoring range.
I don’t know what country you are in, but I would be surprised if there were not a law that makes what you want to do an offense. You may think that as a wife you have the right to spy on your husband, but you don’t. And it is also illegal. It is difficult, but not impossible to figure out this has been done to a phone, so once things heat up a bit, you can expect his divorce lawyer will have his phone checked. This will lead to your arrest, a fine at least, and maybe some jail time. Oh, and any credibility you might have had in the divorce proceeding will be gone.
You can pay for a phone monitoring service and install it on his phone. It only takes a few minutes to install and you can get a decent one for about $150 online. You can probably see his photos, videos, location, and contact list, and if the phone is rooted or jailbroken you can see ALOT more than that. You could have control of his camera and be able to turn it on at any time to watch what he is doing. Also, any online activity can be monitored with the same software.
You can control the device by installing an app that spies on him and provides you that data in some form to his own phone or computer. There are also apps that can tell his location to you as he moves about.
If you have access to your husband’s phone when it is open or unlocked, you can read that information directly from it as he does.
Is it possible that the phones are paid for by a single account with numbers and/or texts listed monthly with the bill? If you pay the bills, you may see that and not show him. You may be able to solve that if you go to the service provider and demand a separate bill for the phone sent directly to you, or just get another phone in your own name.
That last is a good response if you really want to take control with a new phone, lock him out of it with security when you get it, and never let him access it when it is unlocked.
I don’t know what capability a paid hacker might have, but it seems to me that most husbands wouldn’t use one, and instead would rely on the means above.
Phone service might allow monitoring or showing records per request. Parents do it with their kids so it’s probably how he is doing it.
If he has Verizon. If you have an old phone or tablet, you download Verizon messaging app onto it and link his number. You’ll have to gain access to his phone at some point to approve it. Be careful, it’s a dangerous game once you start.
I experience before while logged in on my husband’s Verizon account I accidentally pulled up his text messages. That included the sent and received date, the number with which he was corresponding, and the content of each text. Call times, numbers, and durations are also visible.
Check the phone bill. You know you can look at the call history online if your husband pays the bills and his name is on the account you can look on the account to see who calls went to and where the texts went to. It doesn’t show the content and just shows the telephone number and it what time the calls went in and out.
If the SIM card he is using belongs to your name, you can check it to the local gallery and get the call and SMS history log.
Or Even if the SIM card is Postpaid and you getting bills through Post (Mails ) or an email, the Bill details has a summary of all Calls and SMS.
If they have had access to your phone at any time, it is possible they’ve clandestinely installed software (an app) that is designed to do this. Such software is available on the open market. It may divert your messages intended for another person, or copy them to a pre-programmed number without you being aware. Another similarly themed piece of software (which is far more common) is secret GPS apps that will track your physical location without your knowledge. It will need some expertise to discover and remove such programs, so the safest action is to replace your device and be vigilant about who has unguarded access to your phone.
You may suspect that your partner is cheating on you with their ex. Your kid may have gotten distant all of a sudden and you think that they are having trouble with those cases and more, one of the things you may want to use to get some solid answers is reading their WhatsApp messages.
In general, the answer is no. “Hack” apps usually leave a footprint that is relatively easy to trace. If you know his passwords, then you can install the same apps on a spare phone, and just sign in, but even that is usually alerted on his phone at least once.
If you are really determined to find out what is on his phone, then the only way to do it is to check his phone each night while he is sleeping. In all fairness, though, if you don’t trust him, then it might be easier to just break up.
There is an alternate choice, of course, and this may sound crazy, but you could just ask him if he is talking to anyone else, or if he is using dating apps, or looking at porn, or whatever.
The statistics are that very few men in a relationship will continue to use dating apps, but roughly every man in America continues to view porn. So decide ahead of time how much honesty you need and how much you are prepared for.
Step 1: Download a spyware app onto your wife’s phone.
Step 2: Pray she doesn’t know or find out what you’ve done.
Step 3: If she does find out what you’ve done, pray you don’t live in the United States. In the United States, intercepting text messages is considered wiretapping. It’s a Federal crime with a maximum of 20 years in Federal prison and a $100,000 fine. It’s also a crime to install eavesdropping software on someone else’s phone or computer without permission; that’s good for another 20 years.
Reasonable people handle suspicions of infidelity without committing Federal crimes.
Text and calls cannot be forwarded automatically. For texts, you need to check his phone regularly and for emails, you need to log in to his mailbox on your phone too.
If you feel the need to monitor your significant other then you need to ask yourself why is that…is it your insecurities or have they given u a reason to feel that way?
If it’s your insecurities then u need to address them or face losing them. If you feel the need to monitor them then I feel you need to end the relationship if you can’t fix your insecurities or if they gave you a valid reason to feel that way you need to address that with them.
If it can’t be worked out again to end the relationship it’s not fair to either one of you to feel like this. Trust issues cause further issues in a relationship and most of the time end in resentments that you never get over. Your constant worrying about what they are doing or who they are talking to or if they are cheating will change you and reflect poorly on the relationship.
Their constant feeling of not being trusted and feeling like they have to prove something to you will start wearing on them and could ultimately cause something to happen due to the accusations. Some say if I’m accused then I ought to just do it. Not saying that always happens but from past experiences, this is what has happened to me.
At this point, the marriage is already ruined. Get a divorce and move on with your life. Whatever your issue, spying on your husband, how exactly will that help?
You suddenly feel the urge to spy on your husband’s text messages. he may have been acting strange which is raising questions in your mind. Probably he is cheating on you, he has not been giving you attention again. Since you already suspect infidelity. There’s a 90% chance you would find something. Trust your gut, if you think something shady is going on then most likely there is. You wouldn’t think that for no reason.
In a relationship if you don’t have trust, you shouldn’t have one at all this does not change with age or circumstance it’s a universal pillar in a relationship to be entirely dependent on trust. In short, if you believe that there is an issue to confront, go to therapy, or have a divorce. There is no reason for you to be doing anything behind his back if you truly love him. If I were in his shoes and found out I would serve you papers shortly after going into a fit of rage due to the betrayal.
You should get in your car, drive to your local GP, and ask for a therapist. this is not normal or healthy behavior and you should instead discuss your lack of trust with him or go see a divorce lawyer.