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    How can I check if someone is spying my phone ?
     
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    If your iPhone is not jailbroken, and no one else has access to your device, it’s not possible that someone is spying on you.
     
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    Is not jailbroke but my BF has my passwords
     
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    Change all your passwords. If your iPhone isn't jailbroken and only you know your passwords, no one can be spying on you through your iPhone.
     
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    Is there a way to find out if I am really spied?i ve read somewhere to call some codes but is it real ? IMG_0787.jpg
     
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    The latter might work on an Android device, but not on the iPhone. If your iPhone forwards calls, you don’t have to dial *#21#. There’s a setting that shows which devices also receive your phone calls: Settings - Phone - Calls on Other Devices, and Call Forwarding.

    It might be possible on an Android to spy on you without you noticing, but not on the iPhone. It would be necessary to install an app on your device.

    If you’ve changed your passwords and passcodes, and there’s no app on your device that hasn’t been installed by you, no one else has access to your iPhone.
     
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