You can’t do it.
The security researcher from a local security firm told a local media outlet that it was possible to hack an Android phone and use the phone’s microphone to listen to the phone calls.
“This is a fake account,” the reporter, who asked not to be identified, said.
“It’s just a fake one.”
The hacker, who is believed to be in his 20s, claims to have gained access to the account using the phone camera and a microphone.
According to the Hacker News user name, he claimed to have obtained the phone numbers of the person who had set up the account, but he was unable to retrieve the phone number.
“I didn’t want to give up,” the hacker said.
The hacker told the reporter that the account is actually a fake, but the phone could not be connected to the device and it had not received an SMS.
The phone was a Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone, which is equipped with a microphone and can be used for recording calls.
The device also has a microphone built into the camera, which could be used to listen in on phone calls, the hacker claimed.
In an interview with the German news outlet Deutsche Welle, the developer of the app, who goes by the username of jiwain, claimed that the hack was an experiment and that he had no plans to release the app.
The developer said that he created the app to track the movement of people in the vicinity of his real location, but that he was not sure if he would release it for commercial purposes.
“We are going to take the app offline as soon as possible,” the developer told the news outlet.
The Android device is a popular choice for hackers and attackers looking to gain access to phones.
Android phones are used to access the network that allows people around the world to make and receive calls, send emails, send files and upload videos.