Cell Spy Pro User Manual
Quicklinks to Cell Spy Pro manual contents: update links for you mobile phones software | Cell Spy Pro software files | Extra bonus software | Basic install instructions for Cell Spy Pro | Install Cell Spy Pro without software suite | Bloover II | Types of Cell Spy Pro Attacks | How to start Cell Spy Pro attacks | Choose a Cell Spy Pro attack | Modify fixed phone #'s of the program |
Each file associated with cell spy pro comes with a “read me” document and you are advised to study these. If you are having problems with your mobile phone or a particular program then simply type the name of the program into Google and you will find some very useful discussion boards. Some users with slightly older phones will need to update their phone's software suite. This is very easy to do, and ultimately will improve the overall performance of your phone. To ease this transition, we have included direct links to the software update pages of the main manufacturers below. If you use a Sony or Nokia handset you may be only able to accept .jad files to your phone. In this case files 5 and 6 are for you as these are .jad files (this applies to anyone requiring .jad files instead of .jar files. Don't worry, as with life, trial and error will answer the question. Try the first four files first). Files 6 and 7 are for anyone requiring .rar files. At the bottom we have included some basic instructions for people who are not sure how to use their phone's software suite. These instructions will eliminate the need for the software suite. You will need to download WINZIP in order to 'unpack' these ZIP archives. You can get a free version of WinZip here.
If you need to update your phone's software, here are the manufacturer's links:
Extra Bonus Software for owners of Cell Spy Pro!
mobilephonehacker.zip - For those mobile phones that accept either .jar or .jad files, we have added a new bonus, a program called the Mobile Phone Hacker. This is possibly the most powerful program in the world that allows you to gain complete access to the target phone. Like the other software, it will scan for Bluetooth phones in your range, and will allow you to choose from a menu of options that range from downloading SMS messages to listening to the target's phone conversations.
email.zip - Monitors all outgoing and incoming emails from your computer and alerts you whenever an unauthorized or unknown program (virus, key-logger, spyware etc.) is trying to send an email in the background. It also stops emails to unknown recipients or containing potentially unsafe attachments. Works on system level and cannot be bypassed.
Basic Instructions for using Cell Spy Pro for spying on Mobile Phones
First, ensure that you unzip the data files to your hard drive. Then read the 'read me' files and then move the data files to the hard drive. When downloading the files to your phone, you need to use the pc suite software that came with your phone. Using XP or Windows drag and drop to your phone will not work. If you do not have the original phone software CD it can usually be downloaded free of charge from the phone manufacturer's website, A cable download is more reliable.
When choosing where to download the software to, simply place it in the phone's internal memory. Do not place it in a subfolder of the internal memory. Once file-transfer is complete, the phone's display should ask where you want to save the file to. The usual options are Games or Applications. Select your choice and follow the instructions on the screen. Please note that you should follow your phone manufacturer's guide for uploading files to it
Assuming you are using Windows, open the zipped file, left-click once on the file (one at a time), and on the left, from the menu select copy. When the box appears, select 'local drive C'. That's it - that file is now on the hard drive. Go to "My Computer" and connect your phone. You will see your phone show up as removable "E" or "G". Double-click "Drive C" and select the file you saved. Again, on the left select copy and when a window opens, select "Removable G" (or what you know to be your phone) and select copy at the bottom of the box. That’s it. To install .jar file in your mobile phone, you can either do it using your phone suite (e.g. Nokia Suite on your PC, connected with your phone) or send the file to your phone (either through Bluetooth, IR, or cable) and then install it. In some phones you may need to use also the corresponding .jad file. JAD files are included in the same folder for each application folder. Uploading both jad and jar files to your mobile should make the application(s) work. More instructions at the end of the document
The phone must allow installations of JAVA files (not all do – check in your phone manual).
BLUEBUG - The attack bluebug uses AT command parser that sometimes is supplied as a hidden service and is exclusively for the earpieces. Bluebug allows to read and to write the contacts of the phonebook, to read and to send sms (to send sms may not be fully operational in the program), and to call a predetermined number with the targeted mobile phone.
HELOMOTO - Its attack is very similar to the one of the Bluebug. The vulnerable phones “trust” another mobile onethat has tried (and not necessarily completed) a transfer OBEX PUSH. That allows a connection with the Headset profile of the mobile and so allows an unprotected access to the AT Command Parser. Recent versions of the motorola V-series are subject to this attack.
BLUESNARF - The Bluesnarf attack is based on the profile OBEX Push. It is connected to most OPP services and demands names of known files from the Irmc lists instead of sending .vcf files as expected. It is possible to retrieve personal information like the phonebook, the calendar and so on. This attack works, among other phones, on Nokia 6310i, 8910i, Sony Eircsson T610 to T68i.
BLUESNARF++ - Bluesnarf ++ is an attack similar to the famous Bluesnarf. The main difference is that in Bluesnarf ++ the hacker can read or write without restrictions in the filesystem. Bluesnarf ++ gives full read and write access when connected to the OBEX Push profile, without the need of pairing devices. Here the hacker can see all system files ( ls command) and can also delete them (rm comand). The accessible filesystem can include memory sticks or SD card.
MALFORMED OBJECTS - This attack (malformed objects) is a disownment of the service used for attacking. Vulnerable mobile phones are forced to switch off when they receive “a malformed” business card for example. This causes instability of the phone parser and often causes unforeseeable behaviors (included crashing of the phone).
|Start the program and search for devices:
||After finding a device, go to options:
|TO WRITE A CONTACT ON THE PHONEBOOK:
||TO MODIFY CALL FORWARDING IN VICTIM’s PHONE:
||START CALL FROM VICTIM’s PHONE TOWARDS FIXED PHONE
In order to modify the number, it necessary to rename the bloover2.jar file in the computer to bloover2.zip, then go in blooover2 extract the file e.class, copy it on the desktop, open it with a program like HHD Free Hex Editor. Browse the file until you find the number and replace it with your desired destination number, overwriting exactly on the previous characters and keeping the total number length the same, and making sure that international prefix is also valid for your case. Once you are finished save the file, put the e.class file back into the bloover2.zip file, and rename the bloover2t.zip file back to bloover2.jar. Copy the jar file back into your mobile phone.
Java based program. If the language is not in English, then you need to do the following to change it into English:
go to Ftp_bt > Nastavenia > Jazyk > English and then restart the program.
About application: Program to control and read information from other phones
Latest version: 1.08
For full functionality
Port - IR0
Connect via BT/Irda
Languages in 1.08
Success will depends on combination of perpetrator’s phone and victim’s phone. Pairing may be required on some models. If a code is asked then enter 0000 The program works best on SONY ERICSSON PHONES.
MiyuX is a tool that can browse and get files over Bluetooth. Works best on SE phones.
These are the steps:
1. Open Others (Not through MiyuX).
2. Create a folder Called Transferred Files.
3. Put a file in the folder what’s saved on your memory card.
4. Run MiyuX.
5. Press 'more' then 'Incoming Path'
Then Media Files
Then Transferred Files
7. Press 'more' then 'Select'
(Now everything you transferred should be saved in Transferred Files and on your memory card)
1. press 'Scan'
2. select a device
3. a message will come up saying 'do you want to create a bluetooth connection' press 'yes'
4. a message will come up saying do you want to add 'device name' to your paired devices' press 'yes'
5. enter pin 0
6. message on other device will come up saying 'Your device name' wants to add you to
paired devices' press 'ok'
7. enter pin 0
8. now press 'browse files' (Beta 5)
9. Now press these buttons via Keypad:
+// 0 - Properties
+// 1 - Create Folder
+// 2 - Up
+// 5 - Get
+// 8 - Down
+// c - Delete
You may need to set the reading/writing java permissions, in order to avoid the continuous permission popup. The software to set this is in folder Miyux/MobyToday_v10.zip. Instructions are contained inside.
Application for viewing and management of remote phones. Uses OBEX FTP. It requires CLDC 1.0, MIDP 1.0, JSR 82, JSR 75 in the host phone to work. To change into English, go to Jazyk - > Anglictina.
Midlet for viewing file system Bluetooth of devices. With its help it is possible to go on folders of other phones (and also computers, a handheld computer, etc.). Only for: L7, V360, V3i, V3x, E770, E2 and other models with access to a bluetooth from java. On E398/E1 will not work!
1 - Support JSR82 is necessary for midlet and realization of report OBEX File Transfer in the device to which connection is made.
2 - At the first connection authorization and input of a code on both phones is required.
3 - At the first start midlet interrogation of names of all known devices will be made; it can take a lot of time, if the list big. If the device is inaccessible, its address will be displayed.
STMBlueS is a great Bluetooth browser used to manage files from one mobile on another just like you do from your PC. This small application allows you to copy images; ring tones etc form one phone on another without installing any software on the target device.
FOR SAMSUNG USERS:
You need to upload also the corresponding JAD for each jar that you want to upload. Both files are included in each folder.
Uploading both jad and jar files to your mobile should make the application(s) work.
USB CABLE via Phone (Samsung PC Studio)
1 - Connect phone to PC
2 - Run Samsung PC Studio if not running
3 - Open file manager (Click "Manage Files")
4 - Copy .jad and .jar to "Other Files" folder on phone.
5 - Disconnect phone and go to "Other Files", run .jad file and install game/app and run it.
If this fails, then follow these steps:
First of all you will need to obtain two programs, SOFTICKPPP and JAVA UPLOADER...both can be found here:
Then you need to do the following:
First go to applications/java world/options in the options menu go to the network settings and fill in this:
APN : internet
Then install Softick PPP 2.21 but don't run it yet. Connect your phone with the USB cable (check with studio
from samsung if it is connected right) Enable Serial Java download - #*536963#. Then start softickppp (not
active yet!) check in the settings if ss_mdm0 is enabled. Check it. Set softick to Active. Enter Serial Java
menu #*5737425#, and choose PPP up and then USB. Then load a JAD file in Uploader.exe
Then go in the menu to Serial Download. It should work fine right now. When finished, use the code #*536961# to avoid problems (DO THIS EVERY TIME YOUR PHONE CRASHES AND RESTARTS!!) I have found that a program will upload every other time you go through the motions, on the second attempt the phone will switch itself off when you chose USB- not to worry, just enter the #*536961# code and start again...
If you STILL have problems uploading, instructions on how to install JAR are explained in this website (for
most D and E series). Use of Cable is recommended. Follow this guide: Installing java on Samsung From here:
After copying the jar and jad files to the Other folder on your E900, fo to main display and type in *#9998*5282# then go to install midlet and the password is:235282 then find the .jad file and click install.
FOR SONY ERICSSON USERS:
The best way of achieving this is to transfer the .jar and .jad files in mass storage mode into the 'other' folder on the memory card which the phone doesn't refuse; no 'operation failed' error. Then just install the .jad file from the file explorer.
FOR BLACKBERRY USERS:
Connect the phone to your computer. Go to: Options -> Advanced -> Media Card, press the menu key, choose "enable usb mass storage".
At your computer you will get a Removable Disk at My computer, browse it. Now copy the downloaded JAR / JAD files into the memory card. Then disconnect the phone from the computer, at the phone press menu button and choose: Remove Media Card (at options, advanced, media card). Press menu again and choose "install Media card. Now you need to browse to your download files at your phone. Use media manager, browse to the JAR / JAD file, select it and you should get an install option.
FOR MOTOROLA KRZR USERS:
You will need a memory card. First off change the default connection on your phone to memory card. settings/connection/usb settings/default connection/ change to memory card. Now connect your k1 to your pc via data cable. Go to my computer and your phone should show as a mass storage device. Double click on your phone device.
All of the folders will show up that are on your memory card. Double click on the kjava folder..
Now all you have to do is drag and drop the jar files into the kjava folder. Two are shown as example
Now the applications are on your memory card, go into games/apps on your phone scroll down to install new. click on the application youwant to install, click options then install. Installation is now complete.
FOR MOTOROLA V3 USERS:
Using Bluetooth dongle: Assuming you are using a Bluetooth dongle with your PC, this is the easiest way to transfer the files to your phone. These are the steps:
1. Have the phone OPEN
2. Drag and drop the jar/jad files from your PC to OBEX object push folder (NOT
OBEX file transfer folder) in your mobile phone
3. When prompted, accept file transfer
If this doesn’t work, you may want to switch your phone off and then back on.
Using USB Cable: Download p2ktools and motorola drivers to get the program to work with your phone. Here is a link for both the program and drivers, scroll down the page until you find the programs: http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/P2KCommanderv3.3.zip
1. First, install Motorola drivers, you have to do it about five times as there is a different driver each
time you click on the file, so when it says installed, click on it again until they are all installed.
2. Now install P2KTools, once it is installed, link your phone to the computer with the data cable.
3. When you open P2ktools, click on "switch-to" in the top left hand corner and click p2kmode. Your phone will now link up and a little red light at the bottom of the screen will turn green.
4. Then click on the option "other features" and tick the box that says JavaApploader, then click "save options".
5. Turn off your phone then turn it back on and it will appear in the Java menu. Once this is done you need JARul from here: -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/JARul.zip
6. Install JARul
7. Go to your phone click on settings then Java settings and you should now see JavaApploader, click on it and it will then say insert cable.
8. Plug your USB cable into your phone and it will say JAVAuploader activated/ready.
9. Plug the data cable into the phone and then into your computer and then open JARul and click on "open JAD"
10. Once you have chosen the JAD file for the application you want to upload, click on it so it opens in JARul then click upload and it will go to your phone and then your phone will say Download.
Click on Download and the game will be installed onto phone.
If JARul doesn’t work first time, change the COM3/COM4 setting in the top left hand corner of JARul and it should work fine.
More info can be found here:
FOR MOTOROLA Q USERS
Method 1 (if it does not work, try method 2)
1. Download JBed Midlet manager from -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/Jbed.zip
2. Unzip on your PC and transfer the .cab file to your Q. Install the cab file (or install them using ActiveSync). If you cannot install it, then probably your phone needs to be unlocked to allow installation of third party software. These are the steps to follow (ONLY if you cannot install the cab file because it is not signed application)
•Download registry editor from: -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/regeditSTG.zip
•Simply put the *.zip file with the regeditSTG.exe in it with ActiveSync into a folder on your phone (but not onto the memory card).
•Unzip the file with the *.zip program that comes with your phone.
•Now start regeditSTG.exe and change the following Registry Keys:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies\00001001 = 2
-> Change the value data from 2 to 1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies\00001005 = 16
-> Change the value data from 16 to 40
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies\00001017 = 128
-> Change the value data from 128 to 144
-> Add new value "0000101b": Dword = 1
•After you have done all these steps close Regedit STG with the task manager (TaskMan) of your phone and reboot. That’s it. Your phone is now totally application unlocked.
3. Copy the jad and jar files of Bluetooth hack to your Q using Activesync. Place it in the root directory of the Q.
4. Executing the jar file should fire up JBED.
1. Download IBM J9 from here:
CLDC 1.1MIDP 2.0 for Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition ARM -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/CLDC1.1MIDP2.0ARM.zip
CDC 1.1 Foundation 1.1 Personal Profile 1.1 for Windows Mobile 5 -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/CDC1.1Foundation1.1.zip
CLDC 1.1 MIDP 2.0 for Windows Mobile 5 -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/CLDC1.1MIDP2.0WM5.zip
CDC 1.0 Foundation 1.0 Personal Profile 1.0 for Windows Mobile 5 -http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/3/951585/CDC1.0Foundation1.0.zip
2. Run the .exe file on your desktop.
3. Once the file finishes, go into the directory the installer created and unzip weme-wm50-sp-armmidp20_188.8.131.5260317-111429.zip (or corresponding).
4. Inside the unzipped folders are subfolders named "bin," "lib," "doc," and "examples" Copy All but "doc" to the Q using Activesync.
5. Using the file explorer, Resco Explorer, etc., run "emulator," which is inside the "bin" folder. Run it from your Q.
6. The program will install. Just keep hitting "yes."
7. Copy the jad and jar files to your Q using Activesync. Place it in the root directory of the Q.
10. Run "emulator." It gives you the option to install a MidLet. Choose to install the .jad that you desire to install.
FOR LG CHOCOLATE USERS:
first you should enable java content:
goto program files/lgcontentsbank
change EXIST_JAVA=N to EXIST_JAVA=Y
Then you have to create a folder called java under lgcontentsbank/contents copy your jar and jad files to this folder, now you must edit the jad file and add this line:
Now use the Lg contents bank application , select the java icon, your games/applications should be listed
now, upload and enjoy.
On your chocolate go to the settings then to connectivity. it should give you 4 options
select modem. it will ask you if you would like to activate it select yes. It should remain on the connectivity screen. Connect your usb cable and go to the contents bank on your pc. Select connect. There should be an extra option. Select that and press connect it should connect. After that just select your file and click download it will ask what to name it and then it will download it.
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