SpyEra claims to be a completely undetectable spy application that users wouldn't normally be able to find. That might explain why so many people have been reading SpyEra reviews lately. This is an extremely bold claim to make and system administrators haven't been sure whether this program is a piece of vaporware that can't deliver on its promises. Some application suites like Xenix and Ovation disappointed reviewers so much that every company that makes bold claims about an app gets treated like they're lying. A number of prominent software journals tested the SpyEra app and have some rather shocking conclusions for anyone who wants to add the SpyEra app to a long list of disappointing products.
Does SpyEra Really Work?
Journals that tried out the free demo copy they were given found that they could easily view call history and examine a phone user's address book minutes after having a brief period of physical access to the device. They were able to install, uninstall and blacklist applications on compromised mobile devices.
Some trial users were even able to activate these options without gaining physical access. Mobile devices that weren't properly firewalled accept a remote install package that grants outside users control of the device in the same way that the full version of the software does. In short, the SpyEra app really does work. Those that tested the version for Samsung phones rated it among the best-hidden spy apps for Android.
How to Install SpyEra
SpyEra runs on a dizzying array of devices. Installation instructions differ by platform. For instance, those who want to install the software on Symbian or Blackberry phones can take advantage of the relative lack of security updates released for these devices lately.
About Remote Installation
Hackers have found several ways to get around firewalls on these devices, which make remote installation quite simple. Compromising the operating system isn't difficult, which means that getting around the Unix permissions model that Symbian OS 9.x adopted isn't as hard as trying to do that on say a Linux machine. Those with physical access to the device can actually install the SpyEra app and then hide it from normal view since they'll have the necessary permissions to do so anyway. Keep in mind that in spite of using Unix file permissions, Symbian phones actually use the \ character as a path separator. As long as the paths are keyed in correctly, there shouldn't be any difficulty in installing the app.
How to Install SpyEra on Android
If you have physical access to the device, then you can change the internal operating system settings to permit you to install unsigned binaries that aren't from the official Google Play store. Once you've done this you can easily sideload the SpyEra app for Android as an APK file and install it like any other unofficial app. If the user already has his or her phone set to allow the installation of unsigned APK files, then you might even be able to do this remotely. The application will run as a hidden Unix process under Android, so users won't be able to detect it unless they've installed a busy box or some other terminal program and are capable of writing command codes for the unhide app. This amount of technical acumen is rare, so you won't have much to worry about if you're monitoring your children's phone usage.
How to Install SpyEra on iPhone 6
Unlike Android phones, iOS devices don't allow users to install unsigned binaries under any condition. This means you'll need to jailbreak the iPhone in question before you can install SpyEra. This necessitates physical access, but once the device is jailbroken the app won't be visible to those with standard user privileges. Even those with fairly good hacker skills won't be able to locate the app running on their phone without a terminal. Users who want to know how to install SpyEra on iPhone 7 or on an iPad are essentially in the same situation.
They'll need physical access to jailbreak the device. Once they have SpyEra installed, users won't be able to see it running. The good news is that there's now a version of SpyEra for macOS that runs as a standard app. You won't have to jailbreak it to install it and anyone with a micro SDHC card and a Thunderbolt reader can compromise a MacBook without special permissions.
How to Use SpyEra
When users upgrade to the pro version of SpyEra, they'll be able to monitor Blackberry Messenger, Facebook chat, and SMS text messages as well as record ambient sounds around the device. This makes it perfect for those who want to monitor children or employees to make sure that they're where they're supposed to be. Location tracking (GPS) is also offered for this reason as well. SpyEra users can also monitor VoIP apps, which is perfect if you suspect people are using the company's phones to make their own personal calls.