Let me answer up front: I'm not interested in spying on people. I do, however, get a lot of people who ask me. I work as the manager of a retail store that sells spy equipment... this includes things like hidden cameras, GPS trackers, and etc. We sell something here as well that pulls all data off an iPhone as long as you know the PIN (if there is one). For the past 2 years, I have had hundreds of customers tell me they think their cell phones are bugged and that people are listening in, intercepting texts, and etc. This drives me absolutely nuts because I have yet to hear of anything that actually works. Local news stations talk about how its possible to do all of this, and the internet is flooded with this type of crap. The only thing we have is a program that pulls all data off an iPhone as long as you know the PIN (if there is one) and have the phone connected to a computer. I have always told people that I believe most of it is a scam, but that I don't know much about cell phones and can't help them. Just now though, I had a young woman come in saying that she installed software on a Blackberry and that if she dialed the phone number, it would let her eavesdrop. I laughed and said I doubted it. She then took out 2 phones, and gave me one to hold. She dialed a number on the phone she had, and to my surprise the phone I was holding automatically accepted the call. I hadn't really seen anything like that before, but I'm not a strong cell phone user. She said she downloaded some software (not going to name it) and that it was like a hundred bucks. There has to be some sort of trick she was using. I did some Googling and it seems possible the phone could have just been programmed to auto-answer, but she insists she gets info like GPS locates and texts without having to get the phone back. I really don't know what to believe anymore. I get asked the question at least 5 times a day if this stuff is real, and frankly I feel stupid for not knowing better.