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  1. #31
    David G. Imber
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    Re: Is Sprint draining my battery?

    On 18 May 2006 16:28:24 -0700, [email protected] wrote:


    >
    >And so far NO ONE has denied that this "home bugging" by turning on the
    >microphone, detecting any voices and then sending out the conversation
    >is possible.


    I don't think it is, but I CAN see you through your camera
    phone, and I want you to stop doing THAT!




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  2. #32

    Re: Is Sprint draining my battery?


    David G. Imber wrote:
    > On 18 May 2006 16:28:24 -0700, [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >
    > >
    > >And so far NO ONE has denied that this "home bugging" by turning on the
    > >microphone, detecting any voices and then sending out the conversation
    > >is possible.

    >
    > I don't think it is, but I CAN see you through your camera
    > phone, and I want you to stop doing THAT!


    I'd trust Penn Jillette more than the Scarecrow and other characters
    around ACS. Meanwhile keep swapping phones and buying
    the "switch" glitch story.

    JG




  3. #33
    EP
    Guest

    Re: Is Sprint draining my battery?

    If you're getting a weak(er) signal than before , which I am here in sunny
    Cali. Then
    Yes that will drain your battery. While digital phones are much easier on
    batteries than
    the old analog phones. They do still check in regulary with the cell tower.
    The power
    output on your cell phone is variable. If you get a weak signal, your phone
    will have to
    send a strong signal to handshake with the cell tower. That is whats
    draining your battery.

    I'm having the same exact problem with my phone as of about 4 weeks ago.


    "AZ Nomad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On 16 May 2006 16:52:58 -0700, [email protected] <[email protected]>

    wrote:
    > >I'm not refering to cell phone call tapping. I'm refering to turning on
    > >the microphone on a phone in the OP's kitchen to check on any
    > >converstions in their home. This seems more plausible than signal
    > >searching causing battery drain on one of a pair of identical phones
    > >sitting in their cradles in the OP's home.

    >
    > Are you next going to suggest foil hats and undies?
    >
    > If a govt. agency is going to get a wiretap, it isn't going to
    > sniff the RF network; it is simply going to record the call at
    > sprint's end.






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