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There is nothing you will be able to do without spending a lot on legal assistance, and even that can't be assured of removing the content from the Internet. Frankly, having a password stolen or otherwise obtained, and having pictures like these on a cell phone anyway indicates a need for some basic security education. I don't say that to be condescending, ...


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There are unpowered transmitters (or rather powered by the receiver), such as NFC and RFID tags, and with enough specialized hardware, it may be possible to read/send a very small amount of information (and repeat for a very low bandwidth communication), but these would be extremely limited without a battery or capacitor (note: while most capacitors do have ...


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If you have a phone with a removable main battery, you can try this: Disable the cellular network, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth etc on your phone by turning them off manually and then putting the phone into flight mode. Make a note of the current time shown on the phone and on your PC by writing it down on paper. Shut down the phone, remove the main battery and ...


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You must define "transmitting". There are two categories; active and passive. Active transmissions require relatively large amounts of power to actually send out data whereas passive transmissions require little to no added power and could represent a NFC transmission such as an RFID chip being read by a scanner. There are also some theoretical ...


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No, even with any internal capacitors or small secondary batteries, there isn't enough power to get off even a small amount of transmission. Transmission simply requires too much power, even for relatively short range given the type of transmitter in the phone. It would be possible to design a system where the phone could receive a command to do ...


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No. The radio(s) require power. Without radio(s) there is no transmitting. While it is quite possible for silicon circuitry to maintain state in the condition described they cannot transmit.



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