The recent firmware Android Nougat 7.0 update has soared a little too many hurdles for spying on Android devices. But guess what? You can still spy on all the latest Android smartphones and tablets using XNSPY 3.0.3 APK. The latest APK includes full support for Android Nougat 7.0, plus other minor bug fixes for call recording and GPS tracking.
How Android Nougat 7.0 is different?
In simple terms, it’s the number of permissions that the new OS asks for in comparison to its proceeding counterparts that makes the difference which reflects on the fact that Google is trying to hard to bring Android at par with iOS in terms of security. For years, Apple has been applauded for its better security (apparently better), but with the recent few releases from Google (Marshmallow 6.0 and Nougat 7.0), things are getting better for Android users too.
What is XNSPY?
XNSPY is an app for spying on Android devices, but in reality, it’s more like an app that can be used to remotely monitor cell phone activity. The app requires a one-time installation on the target Android device; after which, it can remotely access:
- Incoming, outgoing, and missed call logs
- Text messages, emails, contacts, calendar entries
- Multimedia like photos and videos
- Browsing history (now supports incognito browsing on Android Nougat 7.0) from every internet browsing app installed on the target device
- Chats, and multimedia from WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Viber, Line, Skype, Kik, etc.
Moreover, XnSpy can also send remote commands on the monitored device that can initiate different types of actions. Some of these remote commands include:
Remote Device Lock: The monitored user won’t be able to access their cell phone unless the new password is acquired (you will set the new password upon locking the device)
Call and Surroundings Recorder: You can remotely record all incoming and outgoing calls and also the surroundings of a cell phone by remotely activating its microphone.
Remote Data Wipe: With this command, you can remotely wipe clean a device’s on-board storage.
Remote Screenshot: You can remotely take a screenshot off an Android cell phone or tablet.
Download, plus Installation of XNSPY on Android Nougat 7.0
The download process for Xnspy is quite similar to downloading any other app via a third-party app store. The only difference, you will have to allow a few additional permissions manually Let’s take a look at the download process, step by step.
- Sign up for XnSpy, which you can by going to www.xnspy.com
- Once you have your web account’s login credentials and the app’s download URL, take the target device and copy-paste the download URL on the target phone or tablet’s web browser.
- Once the download is completed, initiate the installation and allow any permissions that may be asked for during the process.
- Make sure to allow unknown sources in settings > security.
- Apart from the aforementioned permissions, you will also be required to allow a few more permissions so that XNSPY could access every phone log from the monitored device.
- Upon installation, you will need to activate the app by using the code emailed to you.
- Once your app is activated, you will be taken to another prompt. By tapping on all of the checkboxes, you can then hide XNSPY on the monitored device or even send the aforementioned remote commands on it.