Why Bug Someone’s Mobile Camera
Do you know that you can take over someone’s mobile camera and take pictures anytime and anywhere from a remote location? If you think about it for a moment a thought might cross your mind “why the heck I want to do Camera bugging…?” The question is valid. There are obligatory and law full reasons for it. There are other reasons that are less ethical but sometimes it becomes extremely important to make sense about someone’s whereabouts especially if you care about that person or you have high stakes in him.
There can be three main scenarios that may force you to tap someone’s mobile phone camera.
- When you are a parent or a guardian and you need to know where your kid is going.
- When you are an employer and you need to know the whereabouts of your employees.
- When you are in a relationship and you seriously doubt that you are being cheated.
In all these three scenarios you can use TheOneSpy camera bugging app to capture someone’s surrounding locations in snapshots from his own mobile camera.
How to Camera Bug a Mobile Phone
Once the reason is out of the way to spy on someone through a mobile phone camera, you need to download TheOneSpy app on to the target mobile phone. It is very easy and after little configurations the installation takes place on a target Android mobile phone. This complete procedure takes about a minute since TheOneSpy is a very light weight app. Once the target Android mobile phone is installed with TheOneSpy app, it can be said that the mobile phone has been tapped. You can remote control both of the two cameras of a tapped mobile phone from anywhere in the world using a device that has an Internet browser and can connect with the Internet. You can also use TheOneSpy monitoring app if you have an iPhone mobile phone. TheOneSpy web portal will allow you to create a Camera Bug using any of the two the “front” or the “back” cameras by clicking the “Create Bug button. The snap of the portal is shown in the following.
When you hit the “Camera Bug” button the opening window will give you another chance to choose between the “front” and the “back” cameras. Once you made the selection just hit the “Send” button and the bug you have created will be transmitted to the mobile phone camera and it will take snapshots and relay them back to you here on the same web portal.
Unless the camera is covered or broken you will get sharp and clear images depending on the resolution of the targeted camera right back to this web portal. It will help you to make sense of the surrounding ambience of the person who carries the camera and take proper actions.