How to jam a cell phone camera
Humans are naturally anxious and skeptical about the unknown, especially when such things are in front of us all the time - like the little black camera on the phone screen.
All you have to do is click on that obscenely large yellow shield—there's nowhere else to be—to block your phone camera. Next, until you manually click to close again, no application on the phone can detect the camera. Even if you cross it out from the background and force it to stop, it will not affect the shielding effect, which is equivalent to putting a layer of virtual tape on the phone. Great for situations where you need to temporarily block the camera.
In addition to temporary blocking, we don't want some applications to have a half-cent relationship with our mobile phone camera at all. At this time, the simplest thing is to refuse to give it camera permission. Or directly use the jammer to interfere with the signal.
Multifunctional gsm 3G 4G 5G and WIFI cell phone jammer
The high-power 30W jammer effectively shields 2G 3G 4G 5G mobile phone signals and WIFI signals, and has a wide coverage range of 100 to 200 square meters (-75 dBm).
New 12 Antenna High Power 3G 4G 5G Cell Phone Signal Jammer
This powerful new signal jammer is designed with 12 antennas and has multiple functions. It can cut off all 3G, 4G, and 5G cell phone signals, and it can also block LOJACK GPS WiFi signals.
The Latest Handheld High Power 4G Mobile Signal Jammer
A new type of 8-band portable jammer. It has a larger interference range. It can be hung on the arm, using a separate control button, you can select the frequency band to interfere.
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