SMS Command

SpyTrac lest you remotely control the target phone by sending SMS commands. In order to remotely control the target device, you must send an SMS to the phone number of the monitored device. This SMS will include a password (no worries, you will find this password in your user dashboard) and the desired action on the monitored device. The SpyTrac software installed on the target phone will see this as a command, allowing you to remotely access all parts of the device.

With SpyTrac You Can:

Use SMS to ring the phone.

Use SMS to enable Wi-Fi.

Use SMS to retrieve the current location coordinates of the device.

Use SMS to block the phone (only available on Android operating systems older than Android 6.0).

Any Restrictions?

The SMS command to block the phone’s activity is only available on operating systems older than Android 6.0.

Why is this feature useful?

Gain control of the monitored device from anywhere in the world using SMS messaging. Discover location data for the monitored phone even if the GPS signal is turned off. Silently activate a device when it’s not currently in use.

What our clients have to say

John

“Spytrac is working great, but I would like to especially thank the support team! You guys are great and I always got quick help, from installing the app to accessing deleted messages and using advanced features. This is perfect for parents who are not tech-savvy.”

Maria

“Being a mom of two teens “full-time” I often stress a lot. Before I started using SpyTrac, I have had sleepless nights wondering if they’re outside with friends or hanging out with strange companies when they need to be home. Since I am in a position to track their text and see their location – I could finally get a peace of mind. Thank you!”

Hunter P

“Out teenage daughter wouldn’t come out of her room and seemed nervous every time she for a message of notification. Wife and I tried talking with her, but she wouln’t come clean. That’s when we found SpyTrac and saw she was getting awful messages and photos from the girls in her class. We talked to the principal and the school helped us handle the situation.”

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