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How to Track Phone Calls without be Knowing

Nowadays, people are using smartphones in all fields, making phone calls, sending messages, taking photos and videos, browsing webpages, listening to music and so on, they use smartphones to work and live. So the best way to know what a person's doing is to check his smartphone. Of course, it's immoral to view others' device in most cases. However, sometimes, we want to make sure if our loved ones' safety, or we have to check the contents on their devices for proper reason. For example, if you want to check who was talking to your child and what they were talking about on smartphones, how could we make it? And this article will help you to track phone calls without the owner knowing. And you should be noted that please use it for legal purpose and respect others' privacy.

To start with, I'd like to recommend a great device monitoring tool to you -- PanSpy, a professional tool specializing in tracking and monitoring smartphones, it allows you to get access to Contacts, Calls, Text messages, location, photos, and multiple social apps like WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Line, Kik, Tinder, Hangouts etc. With PanSpy, you can view call logs and listen to the call recordings to know exactly what they are talking about. Please noted that you need to have physical access to the target device at the first time. And now let's check how it works.

1. Create a PanSpy account

Firstly, you should create a PanSpy account. Open PanSpy official website on your browser (both desktop and mobile device are available), find Sign Up button and click on it. Use an authentic email address to sign up PanSpy. After successfully create a PanSpy account, it will send a confirmation link to your Email address to activate your account, simply click the link to activate your account (if you can't click on the link directly, you can copy and paste it to your browser to open it), after that, you are able to login to PanSpy console with your account.

register panspy account

2. Select a subscription and install the PanSpy app

After you sign in your account, the Setup Wizard will leads you to finish the following setup process. Simply select your device OS and then you need to select a subscription before using PanSpy app. Currently it offers two different editions, Premium Edition and Ultimate Edition. And the latter supports for 1-month subscription, quarter subscription and 1-year subscription, you can check the pricing details here.

Moreover, PanSpy also gives each user one month trial, you can also have a try on the trial version before purchasing a subscription. Please note that the trial version only allows you view Dashboard and Location, if you want to view phone calls, you have to pay for the Ultimate version.

After successfully subscribe the service, you will get a download link to download and setup the PanSpy app. So simply download and install the app on the target device, login your PanSpy account, and follow the instructions given to setup and give the app permission to access data on the target device. Once you finished all process and started the service, you are allowed to delete the app icon or keep it anyway on the screen.

3. View call logs and check call recordings on control panel

After finished the setup process on target device, you need to turn back to your computer (or your own mobile device) to view the monitored data. You can always access the data on the control panel. And for the first time you enter the dashboard or control panel, it takes some time to sync all data from monitored device. All supported features are listed on the panel so that you can click each category to view the data. To sync latest data from target device, simply click the refresh button.

To view phone calls, simply click on Call tab on the left, it will list all Incoming, Outgoing and Missed calls with time, duration and other details.

phone calls

And to listen to the call recording, simply click on Voice tab on the left, it will list all recorded calls.

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Reminders: All apps or tools introduced in this article shall be for legal use only. Please follow the Terms & Use and End User License Agreement (EULA) before trying any of them. Any consequences of improper use should be borne by users.