Mobile phone jammers are an emerging technology that allow people to bypass the usual security measures on a phone, like unlocking it, making calls and installing third-party software.
Now, Samsung is introducing a new jamming feature that it claims will help you avoid getting a cellphone stolen.
The app is called Cell Phone Jammer, and it allows you to make calls, lock the phone, and even play music, among other things.
It’s available for free for Samsung phones in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, the Netherlands, and Austria.
The feature works by scanning the SIM card of your phone, which means you have to download it to your phone.
This can take a while depending on the number of SIM cards you have on the phone.
You’ll then need to enter your mobile phone’s serial number and a number of the SIM cards on the SIM.
If you’re in a country where the SIM doesn’t have a serial number, the number will be converted to a “fingerprint” number that can be linked to the SIM, which will then be used to unlock your phone and make a call.
Once unlocked, the phone will unlock itself automatically.
Samsung says the feature works best with unlocked phones, because the fingerprint data on the unlocked SIM card is a little harder to crack than a SIM lock.
However, there’s no guarantee that it will work for locked phones, either.
So far, it hasn’t been tested in the UK and doesn’t work with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
The iPhone 7 Plus is also not compatible with Cell PhoneJammer, but Apple did recently introduce a new version that is compatible.
However there is no way to tell which of these new phones are compatible.
If your phone is compatible, you can download Cell Phonejammer for free here.