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MoMagic’s Control Me App Lets Users Remotely Control Their Android Phone

Mobile VAS company MoMagic has launched a new Android app, 'Control Me', which allows users to remotely access and control their Android phone through any other phone via SMS. Features: The app is quite simple and features various services to make use of, if the user ever loses his phone or misplaces his phone. These services include a Remote Profile Changer which allows users to change the profile of their phone, a Remote Call Divert which allows users to divert calls to your phone to any other phone, a Remote Contact Fetcher which enables users to retrieve any specific contact information from their phonebook onto any other mobile phone,  a Remote Call rejection option which enables users to remotely reject any incoming calls on their mobile device and send a return SMS to the caller and A Remote Phone Lock option which enables users to remotely lock their mobile phone.   The app also features a Remote Data deletion option which allows users to wipe all personal data on their phone including text messages, contacts, images and videos from any other phone or delete any specific data like SMS, any folder on their mobile phone or data in the mobile phone's SD Card. Although we observed that the app doesn't seem to have any recovery mechanism currently in place to retrieve all the personal data on any other phone. Besides this, the app also has a mobile tracker feature which enables users to automatically receive information on three pre-defined mobile numbers, whenever a new SIM card is inserted…

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