Popular Nigerian Singer, Burna Boy has taken his Instagram story to share how people can check if their phone is being monitored and tracked. According to him, he discovered that his phone is being tacked, including his calls and messages.
He decided to share how people can disable their phone that is being tracked. According to him, he said that people should dial *#06# on their phone to check whether their phone is being monitored. If the calls and messages are being monitored, it will show forwarded but if it's not monitored it will show not forwarded.
He also added that if your calls and messages are being forwarded, dial ##002# and everything will be disabled. See the screenshot of the story he shared on Instagram.
This is a sensitive message from him and this should not be discarded. People should try this in order to make sure that their phones are not being tracked.
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