About Hidden Microphone Detector Pro
Hidden Microphone Detector help you to detect all hidden Microphone located at your area.
The Microphone detector detect the laser light of hidden Microphone which can not be see on naked eye.
Hidden Microphone tool uses your devices magnetic sensor in order to detect all hidden Microphones everywhere and makes your phone like a real Hidden Microphones detector.
Hidden Microphone Detector made to detect disguised Microphone all lens that you suspect are present in your location.
The magnetic field of the Microphones in nature ranges from 25 to 65 µT (0.25 to 0.65 G). Data is displayed in µT (micro Testla). 1µT = 10mG (milli Gauss). Any higher calculation is an indication of metal in the area. When there is metal in the area, magnetic field increases with red sign faster.
Protect your privacy from spy hidden Microphone lenses. This app is a tool to help you detect disguised Microphone lens that you suspect are present in a room. Equivalent to Caméra detector mobiles, it tries to detect using the magnetic sensor of your android device If magnetic activity seems similar to that of Microphone, this app will beep and raise alarm for you so that you can further investigate.
Microphone Detector app uses your devices magnetic sensor to detect hidden Microphones everywhere and makes your phone like a real Microphone detector.
App works best detecting metal Microphones up to 15cm away, and working best detecting ferromagnetic materials, such as Microphone and can’t detect non-ferromagnetic materials such as aluminum.
Hidden Microphone application is simple to use, just open it and move it around the suspected objects . If the magnetic field values rise then there is a hidden Microphone or microphones in the area. Accuracy of the app is entirely dependent on the magnetic sensor in your device and is affected by electrical equipment such as TVs, PCs… due to electromagnetic waves.
Note : If the app does not work as it should then the problem is in your magnetic sensor of your device. Maybe your device does not have one. Or try to initialize the sensors by pointing your phone up and rotate it in a figure 8 pattern.
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