My GF snoops through my phone..any apps available?

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  1. melymel96 macrumors member

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    My GF loves snooping through my phone and it really gets on my nerves. Are there any apps that log when someone accesses the phone? Are there any apps that do any type of hiding of stuff?

    Any help is much appreciated.
     
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    backhand 1.0?

    no im just kidding hitting girls aint cool at all

    what are you trying to hide?

    there are apps for locking certain things
     
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  6. melymel96 thread starter macrumors member

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    I hear you. Is that in Cydia or the App store. Cant seem to find it.
     
  7. melymel96 thread starter macrumors member

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    i hate the locking code.

    Im not really trying to hide anything as there is nothing to hide. Just an insecure GF.

    I mainly want to know when she is going into my phone because she just ends up lying about it but when I open up my phone and its in my text messaging app when I know that wasnt the last place I was...its kind of annoying.
     
  8. onepoint macrumors 6502a

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    ...so she's insecure and she's lying to you. Sounds like the makings of a long and happy relationship. Or a made-for-tv drama movie.
     
  9. dj2mc macrumors member

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    If it's jailbroken, use this:
    Password Protect App
    If it's not jailbroken, you're out of luck. Besides lock screen.
     
  10. melymel96 thread starter macrumors member

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    The sad thing is we've been together for over 3 years, we are engaged and I've never cheated on this chic. She's just a total nut job sometimes.
     
  11. Krafty macrumors 601

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    It's funny cause I've never had a GF and I was asking for an app that would block this one chic from texting me all the damn time.

    (I left and now shes back with her ex... I don't get women)
     
  12. dj2mc macrumors member

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    Wouldn't she be your Fiance then? :D Giving you **** man, hmmm that's weird.. if she's insecure about your state of being with here, then there's something you should do to crack the ice with her. My wife was the same thing before we got married.
     
  13. melymel96 thread starter macrumors member

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    :D I know....I try to be patient and talk with her but she just doesnt get it. My iPhone does have the locking code on it because my job pushed a policy to it making it active but because I have nothing to hide I give her my code. Its set to activate after 1 hour of non use. So last night after I fell asleep on the couch after all the food I ate I woke up and grabbed my phone and I went to unlock it and it didnt prompt me for a code which means she went through it. So I asked her why she went through my phone and she flat out said I didnt. So now I'm pissed not because she went through my phone but because she lied to me.

    ***** going down hill...thats all I can say.
     
  14. dj2mc macrumors member

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    Lol. Sounds like you need to crack the ice brotha! Put the big boy pants on and prepare for some chilly weather... :cool: For anyone who has to do this it sucks. Just be straight forward with her explaining your issue. Relationships like communication, the less communication between you and her the more problems arouse. If she gets mad, there's always the lovey-dovey to make her forget about it and you guys are on your way.
     
  15. bbplayer5 macrumors 68030

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    You obviously have something to hide lol...

    Girlfriend 2.0 or password the phone.
     
  16. APtalent macrumors regular

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    Break up with her. Tell her the bitch she is and stab her to death.


    After she pleas you to stop kicking her ribs, smack her with your iPhone and stick it down her throat.
     
  17. Battlefield Fan, Nov 26, 2010
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    yeah there's a great app called... get a new gf:eek:

    but honestly speak to her about the issue. If you feel like things are going down hill should you really be planning on marrying this girl? Don't be on here talking to us geeks, talk to her. Also an app to tell when the phone has been used is just a band aid. That doesn't fix the trust issue that is clearly going on. If I were you I'd tell her to lay off or else its over. If she does this with your phone then she could clearly do the same with other aspects. Again talk to her about it. Maybe a previous ex cheated on her and she has had trust issues since?
     
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    There are apps that take pictures on unlock if the password is wrong and lets trhem through anyway to certain apps

    no idea what its called though
     
  19. this is funah macrumors 6502

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    Use SBSettings and put your no-no apps in the sbsettings "dock" ... this automatically hides the app from the springboard and puts it in a place where common users wont be able to get to it... that in combination with locktopus will keep your stuff pretty secure.
     
  20. melymel96 thread starter macrumors member

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    I've tried the communication thing. Being nice and comforting...talking ****...she apologizes and then just does it again.

    I really dont have anything to hide thats why I give her my code and the other locking apps out there are just doing the same thing. I'm more upset that she denies it, thats why I'm asking for a logging type app. That way if I prove to her in her face that she is lying she has nothing to say and then I can make a decision from there. She is a sweetheart but this phone thing is getting out of control.

    By the way I have an iphone 4 and its jailbroken.

    Thanks for all the advice.
     
  21. definitive macrumors 68000

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    good luck; have fun.
     
  22. dj2mc macrumors member

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    No problem. Well I don't recall there's a "logging" app BUT if you get an app-lock, you can lock your messages, etc.. the only thing doing that, she's going to think you're hiding something.
    To be honest, it's an issue where if you just leave it and can deal with her BS for a while, do it..
     
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    I agree.
    Time for an upgrade dude.
     
  24. alangrehan macrumors regular

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    Agreed

    There are two things wrong here.

    1. She feels the need to read your texts etc.
    2. You have a problem with her reading them.

    My wife often uses my phone and I hers. It hass a passcode in case I lose it but she knows the code. If you go and lock your phone without telling her the code then she'll be even more suspicious. :rolleyes:
     

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