TheOneSpy Keylogger is a functional module of TheOneSpy that has the capability to remotely capture keystrokes that takes place on a device tapped with TheOneSpy such as an Android mobile phone.
The two other similar features of TheOneSpy are “IM Logs” (aka IM’s Chat) and “Live Screen recoding” (for Social media). The IM Logs gives you the chat messages that take place on a limited number of Instant Messengers for social media and The Live Screen recorder is different in a sense that it only gives you the video footage of what was being written and it is taxing on bandwidth also.
You can use the Keylogger to capture the keystrokes that occur on a very wide range of applications. All the big three operating system platforms are supported that are Android (for Mobile Phones), Windows (for mobile devices and PCs) and MACs (for Apple computers).
How to Tap Devices with TheOneSpy
In order to capture and register the keystrokes occurring on the target device (that are Android mobile phones, Windows or MAC computers) you need to separately tap the mentioned devices first.
The device is tapped with TheOneSpy by connecting it to the following URL.
Once you browse this URL on the targeted Android mobile device, TheOneSpy app downloads and with some minor configurations, it gets installed on it. The Android mobile device is ready to be monitored and put under surveillance.
TheOneSpy app once installed on the mobile device cannot be removed or uninstalled without a License passcode (Activation Key) that only the person who has TheOneSpy subscription knows as it is emailed to him displays on in the control panel of the TheOneSpy monitoring portal.
Recording Keystrokes on Android Mobile Devices
The monitoring end for the Android mobile device is a web portal which looks something like the following image. It is used to capture the information spied on the devices.
You can see three dashboard buttons stacked on top of each other. The top most Dashboard button is on the Android mobile device and the second button is for the Windows-based PC and the third dashboard button is for the MAC device respectively. TheOneSpy control panel shows that three devices have been tapped by TheOneSpy. All the devices that are bugged or tapped will be shown here in the online control panel.
When you click the dashboard for the Android device (the top button in this case) will show you the following screen.
When you log in to TheOneSpy Control panel and click on the dashboard via the online TheOneSpy control panel, you will find the following screen that provides you the information about software and the hardware specifications of the targeted and tapped Android mobile device as shown above.
Move the mouse pointer to the left as the menu pane will slide out to the right.
You want to click on “Key Logs” to get to the following screen.
Once the Android mobile device is successfully tapped you will be able to view all the activity pertaining to typing on the mobile device gathered here on this webpage of the TOS monitoring web portal. TheOneSpy (or TOS) also gives you very interesting features to archive this information. Just use the tabs given on the top of the webpage.
TheOneSpy Keylogger feature is a powerful tool to figure out how an Android device is being used and to make sense of any suspicious activity no matter what the need might be.