Hacker News user Alyssa Sargent recently posted a video of her hacking a Samsung Galaxy S7, which she uses to make calls.
The video shows how to disable call recording on a Samsung phone, using a series of commands to bypass the phone’s built-in security features.
Sargents actions are simple and quick.
She simply opens up the Samsung app, turns off call recording, and then goes into the settings.
Then she clicks the phone to unlock it.
There’s no need to install any third-party apps or do anything special to get access to the phone.
After the phone is unlocked, Sargens actions are almost identical to the actions of a typical Android user.
The only difference is that she uses a Samsung account.
But Sargengers actions are not limited to just that phone.
In fact, her actions are also applicable to other Android devices, including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus.
There are several ways to access the phone using a Samsung device, but for Sargenys sake, let’s just focus on the S7.
As the video above shows, S7 does not have an built-out camera, which means the user has to use a Samsung app to capture a video.
But you don’t have to do anything complicated.
In the settings of the Samsung application, you can disable recording and make calls through any other phone, as long as the phone you’re using is compatible.
If you can’t access a phone from your computer, you’ll need to make a call through a video call app.
But that’s not the only way to bypass Samsung’s security features, according to Sarguer.
For example, the phone can be remotely accessed through the Samsung S7’s camera, and a third-parties apps can access the camera without the user touching the phone itself.
To bypass Samsung security features on the Galaxy S5, Soggers actions are just as easy.
She just needs to set the camera to turn off recording and disable calling.
The camera can be turned off from the settings menu, as shown in the video.
So if you want to get around Samsung security, just do what Alyssas did: Turn the phone off.
After a while, the Samsung camera will return to normal and the phone will be able to call itself.
This should allow you to bypass all the security features Samsung has to offer, according the hacker.
To make a video phone call, just go to the Samsung Video app, open the video and select the Call button.
After calling the number, the video call will be made without a call recording or audio recording.
That’s all there is to it.
The other option to bypass security features is to simply turn off the phone entirely.
If that’s your only option, you won’t need to worry about having to do any special things to get to the other phone.
Just use the phone and you’ll be good to go.
You can read more about how to bypass any of Samsung’s camera security features here.
The next time you need to get a hold of your phone, it may be worth it to learn more about using a phone remotely.