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can you get past a cell phone jammer?

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By Tregrad, Senior Member on 14th June 2010, 02:07 AM
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there is a place i go to that has a jammer and i need to know if there is an app or something out there that can override the jammer, does anyone know of an app that does that.
 
 
14th June 2010, 02:55 AM |#2  
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no, thats not something an app can do

the only thing you copuld do would be to find the jammer and unplug it, lol
14th June 2010, 05:15 AM |#3  
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thats a bummer
14th June 2010, 06:30 PM |#4  
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Submit a complaint to the FCC. Most of them are illegal.
14th June 2010, 08:30 PM |#5  
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He is right. Under very few instances are jammers allowed. And the FCC has to approve of the jammer use or there are large fines.
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He is right. Under very few instances are jammers allowed. And the FCC has to approve of the jammer use or there are large fines.

Interesting. I went to a restaurant a couple of years ago that boasted they had a cell phone jammer on premises. Not sure if it was legal or not, but it was a bit annoying.
15th June 2010, 02:28 AM |#7  
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He is right. Under very few instances are jammers allowed. And the FCC has to approve of the jammer use or there are large fines.

I would if it wasnt the church I attend LOL, got to keep everyone (like me) from checkin game scores during service LOL also lots of people are too stupid to set their phones on vibrate so i guess its the tards in the place that make this thing necessary.

thanks for the input tho.
16th June 2010, 03:44 AM |#8  
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i'd just let her go dude, theres more fish in the sea...
18th September 2010, 03:27 AM |#9  
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there is a place i go to that has a jammer and i need to know if there is an app or something out there that can override the jammer, does anyone know of an app that does that.

Good cell phone jammers use random generators, cell phones and wireless equipment r built to notice and compensate for standard patterned interference like microwaves or other wireless equipment, only way is wifi phone or voip, or both, or a massive lightning rod for an antenna, only other way would be to make a device to put back the jamming signal but inverted, which would require a team of engineers and $70 in parts plus various law violations as well as prolly being kicked out of school.
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Cool cell phone jammer
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there is a place i go to that has a jammer and i need to know if there is an app or something out there that can override the jammer, does anyone know of an app that does that.

I don't think there's any app can override cell phone jammer espow.com/wholesale-security-jammer.html , the only way you can do is to get away from it.
1st November 2010, 01:50 PM |#11  
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the only way to beat a jammer is to be "louder" than the jammer... which would entail a hardware mod to the device to boost the power of its transmitting signal.

However, I would imagine that the extra power required might well be at the level where it can actually start warming stuff up.

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