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How To Install PilferShush Jammer on Windows 10
This app is made for Android. So, if you wanna install PilferShush Jammer on PC Windows, first you will need Android Emulator like NOX App or Bluestacks. With this emulator app you will be able to running PilferShush Jammer into your Windows 7, 8, 10 Laptop. And even install android app on your MAC OSx PC
- Go to this Bluestacks download page or NOX App Download Page to get the emulator that compatible with your Operating System.
- Click the icon on Desktop to run the Bluestacks Emulator app on Windows.
- Login with your Google Play Store account.
- Then, open Google Play Store and search for ” PilferShush Jammer “
- Choose one of the app from the search result list. Click the Install button.
- Or you can import the PilferShush Jammer.apk file that you’ve downloaded from the link on above this article with Bluestacks File Explorer. Right-Click then install it.
- Now you can play PilferShush Jammer app for PC.
- Enjoy the app!
- Installing NOX it’s almost the same with step on above
Install PilferShush Jammer on MAC PC
This PilferShush Jammer is a great fit for Mac OS as well. To download it in your Mac Book, first you’ll need to download the .dmg file of BlueStacks Emulator for MAC. After you have finished installing BlueStacks emulator, the process of installation for Mac OS is exactly the same as Windows. Follow the above steps and you will successfully download the PilferShush Jammer App. on your Mac Book PC.
How to completely uninstall (remove) PilferShush Jammer?
Because this app is installed on PC with Bluestacks, So just follow these instructions on bellow To uninstall (remove) app:
- On the BlueStacks window, click on the Blue colored “Home” button as shown in the picture below
- Once you click on the “Home” button, you will be able to see the option “Installed apps” on the Home screen
- Hover the mouse near “Installed apps” and it will then show further options “Install apk” and “Delete apps” as shown in the picture below. Left click on “Delete apps” once
- Once we click that option, the screen option will appeared
- All the installed apps will have a small Red “X” marked on the top left. Left click once on the small Red “X” associated with the icon of the app you are intending to uninstall or delete
- Click on Yes to Uninstall/Delete the app
- Repeat the procedure in case you have more than one app to be uninstalled or deleted from BlueStacks.
Alternatively, you may also left-click and hold the app icon you want to uninstall or delete and then click once on (cross button) next to the app icon to uninstall it.
PilferShush Jammer for Windows Reviews
PilferShush Jammer App Preview
PilferShush Jammer blocks other apps attempting to utilise the microphone without your knowledge. Some apps use hidden processes to record tracking audio in the background that is either generated by nearby beacons, television commercials, streamed music services or websites. This tracking audio is transmitted between 18 kHz and 22 kHz (near ultra high frequency) which is beyond the range of typical human hearing but within the recording range of a typical Android phone.
To block unwanted use of the microphone by hidden app processes, PilferShush Jammer requests use of the hardware microphone from the Android system and holds it. This technique locks up the microphone from any other apps attempting to gain access to it. This technique has been tested only on user apps, not system apps. The Android system should halt PilferShush Jammer from blocking the microphone whenever a phone call is received or made.
When the jamming technique is running and the microphone is locked up, PilferShush Jammer posts a notification to keep the user informed that it is running. Tests have shown that it uses 0% CPU, 0% network and 43.6mb RAM when running for over an hour.
This is an experimental app made as part of research into audio counter-surveillance methods within the Android and IoT world.
It requires RECORD_AUDIO permission so that it may access and lock up the microphone.
It does NOT record or listen to any audio.
It does NOT connect to the internet.
Version 2.0 Active Jammer addition:
Tones can be emitted with a carrier frequency and a drift limit with rate all constrained to NUHF of 18 kHz to 24 kHz depending on the device capabilities. For instance 20000 Hz carrier, drift limit 1000 Hz and rate slow – will output random frequency between 19 kHz and 21 kHz approximately every second.
Version 3.0 Jammers run as a service:
Both the active and passive jammers now run as a (foreground) service that should accurately indicate whether they are running or not. This is dependent on both the Android OS (power management) and any App Managers that may destroy running services.
As this app seeks to block microphone use it is important to NOT dismiss or hide the notification otherwise you may forget it is running.
Also includes a scanner to check user installed apps for NUHF and Audio Content Recognition (ACR) SDKs as well as any services or receivers.
Version 4.0 Redesign
Major overhaul of the design to make information clearer and to simplify typical uses of the app
Android 10 (Q) concurrent audio update: audio capture policy that means other recording apps can bump a prior recording audio app from the microphone.
(see https://source.android.com/compatibility/android-cdd#5_4_5_concurrent_capture )
If another user app tries to take over the microphone from PilferShush Jammer, the latest build (4.4.1) will try to restart a running passive jammer service automatically so that it complies with “the one that started capture the most recently receives audio” (quote from Android API docs). Apps that try to record audio but do not have access to the microphone will be given zeroed audio data (silence) by the system even though they may still appear to be recording audio.
White noise output may not be very effective at blocking and is a somewhat annoying sound.
The speaker output may not have enough amplitude to block unwanted NUHF signals – testing will determine.
Active Jammer code rewrite for version 4.5.0
Source code is available here: https://github.com/kaputnikGo/PilferShushJammer
Research and Project webpage : https://www.cityfreqs.com.au/pilfer.php
Testing a new Voice Assistant/Omnibox jammer.
– min API bump to 21 (5.0, Lollipop)
– github branch archive2 prior to min api 21 bump
– Android 11 add foregroundServiceType
– add intent for browser package access
– prototyping Assistant/Omnibox jammer
– add excessive retrigger warning
– catch MediaRecorder placebo exception in some devices
– update Android Studio
– add SDK name
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