Third Eye is a "spy" app that photographs anyone who tries to unlock your phone. Available for Android, the app has simple functionality and stores the photo of "intruders" in the smartphone gallery. To start working, the curious just try to use his mobile phone and erase the unlock password. Once a photo is taken, the activity is recorded on the app's home screen.
In addition to protecting the phone from intruders, the app can be an ally if the user loses the device or gets stolen. If your smartphone is synced with Google Drive, your recorded images will be saved to the cloud, meaning you can find out who your phone is with. See the following tutorial for using Third Eye.
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Step 1. Download and install Third Eye on your mobile. When opening the application, you will be prompted for administrator permission. Configure and on the next screen confirm that intruder detection is enabled;
Application setup to capture photos of those who enter the wrong password must be enabled Photo: Photo: Playback / Adriano Ferreira
Step 2. Go to "Number of unlock attempts", and then set how many times the intruder may miss your password to be photographed;
Attempts to unlock phone can be set before the app takes picture Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Adriano Ferreira
Step 3. When the password to unlock the phone exceeds the error limit set by the user, the app will take a picture of who has misplaced the password. When the phone owner unlocks the screen, you see a Third Eye notification. Tap the alert and then go to the "Photo Log" tab to acknowledge the "intruder";
Captured photos of the password eraser are stored in the app itself Photo: Foto: Reproduo / Adriano Ferreira
Step 4. You will be able to sync Third Eye with Google Drive on the captured photos screen. Select the three dots in the upper right corner to set whether the image will be saved to Google Drive.
Configuration allows you to save the photo to the user's Google Drive Photo: Photo: Playback / Adriano Ferreira