How to stop your phone from being tracked

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Stop the Government from tracking your location while your phone is off and even enabling your Mic to listen to your Private conversations

25 Responses to “How to stop your phone from being tracked”

  1. Why would any government want to track you in the first place,great video as i was not aware of any that thing even going on. cheers bro. THUG ~ LIFE

  2. TheBronsonAshton on July 8th, 2011 at 10:48 am

    your an idiot the battery you pulled out keeps your time on your phone correct… That’s it. its not powerful enough to keep the connection to the towers active. And if you are really that paranoid make yourself a tinfoil case for it (shiny side in contact with the phone)

  3. @TheBronsonAshton Your phone CAN still be tracked when the battery is out. Experiment using aluminum foil. Make two calls from another phone to your test phone, and attempt to leave a message each time: 1) Battery out, no foil. 2) Battery in OR out (doesn’t matter), plus foil. First try, you should be able to leave a message. Battery out, no foil means phone won’t ring but CAN STILL BE LOCATED. 2nd try (with foil)= no ring, and no message.

  4. @FoodOrFail Re my last comment — I have an older flip phone, and this is what I have observed when taking the main battery out. I’m too scared I’ll mess it up to look inside for another battery. Still, if I wanted to ensure it couldn’t be tracked, I’d use foil.

  5. TheBronsonAshton on July 30th, 2011 at 1:08 am

    @FoodOrFail just use the dang foil… reason number 1 it will block all outgoing and incoming transmissions 2 it wont void your warranty and 3 FoodorFail is an id10t because the battery doesn’t track you and 4 dont get a phone because all your sms mms ext. are all stored on the cell companies servers and they store where you were at when you sent it so if you really are this paranoid don’t get a phone.

  6. @TheBronsonAshton I never said the battery could track you. The tower tracks you – PERIOD. I also said foil is the only sure protection. Why you attacked me, when I actually agree with you, is beyond me. Next!

  7. AnonKilluminati on August 5th, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    @bry1888 Why would it not want to? Research the illuminati

  8. MattTheComputerGeek on August 14th, 2011 at 10:48 am

    That little batter is there so if you main battery is dead you can still call 911, not sure how to actually utilize it but that’s what its for.

  9. Search youtube for “phone detracktor” for a solution to? cell phone spying, hacking, eavesdropping, stalking and tracking.

  10. That little battery is NOT for 911 calls, it is to retain your phone settings, time etc while you replace your main battery in case it becomes dead after repeated charging cycles after few years of use.

  11. rofl i think he maybe paranoid XD i opened 4 shit phones that were broken just to see if i could find a battery lmao theres none there….. i just wanted to prove him wrong XD

  12. youre a sketchy mother fucker

  13. your abit paranoid arnt ya fella

  14. GreasemonkeyCGI on October 6th, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    Do some phones have contracts that actually prevent this?

  15. GreasemonkeyCGI on October 6th, 2011 at 6:48 pm

    @porty93 Basically if some freak manages to nab the MAC address of your phone they could easily access the GPS to find your location and that would be bad. Finding the address is definitely not trivial but not impossible either. This is an annoying issue with iphones and androids. What’s worse with android is that even if you choose to opt out, if there is another person with an android around you can still be discovered.

  16. Battery removed and walla! My contacts and settings have been erased.

  17. Ima not doing that to my beautiful phone! Now if only there was a hack to eliminate my phones deadly radiation…

  18. The reason it looks like a watch battery is because it is. It provides a small amount of power to remember the time and a few basic hardware settings when your main battery is removed. It is the same for any computer — called a CMOS battery. It does not provide enough power for GPS, location, or phone signal. Ever notice how your main battery loses power within an hour or two while using GPS or phone? This small battery could not power a radio chip at all. It cannot hold the juice needed.

  19. ACEOFTHUNDER666 on October 16th, 2011 at 2:12 am

    ive been tracked….

  20. what was that little edit that i saw at 2 min 10 seconds?

  21. trishmiller1999 on October 17th, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    Thanks! Were all cattle to the master minds, their means of money and power. Without us who would be the soldiers to fight THEIR wars. Without us there would be none of them so they keep track of all their cattle(us) like any farmer does! Believe in Big Brother! Come to terms that u are part of the cattle.

  22. its your speaker phone speaker… LOLOLOLOL

  23. I don’t know if this is connected, but in northeast Oklahoma, I have discovered tall poles with antenna on top being placed just outside several small towns. These poles are about twice the heigth of the utility poles that carry the electric lines. Could they be listening posts or something like that? Look in Narcissa, Ok, & just east of Bluejacket, Ok, and just southeast of Welch, Ok. The poles are in line with the electric lines on the side of the road.

  24. @porty93 He might be paranoid, I’m not sure, but did you ever hear the story about the man that jumped off of a building because he thought that he was being followed by the CIA? He had called the CIA several times to ask why he was being followed, so of course the CIA started to follow him. In the end it became a self fulfilling prophesy. The same kind of thing may be happening on a much larger scale. Perhaps the govt is spying on all of us in order to catch a criminal before he strikes??????

  25. You need to take the battery out and get rid of your GPS. They now are putting them on your car without your knowledge. Not counting the GPS’s the car manufacture’s are installing. All a cop has to do is sneak up to a persons car, truck and place it on and you would never know you are being tracked. Wisconsin has that law now. BIG BROTHER IS CONSTANTLY WATCHING YOU AND I…

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