Kevin Stratvert shows us in this step-by-step tutorial how to use your iPhone or Android Phone as a Microphone for you Windows, Mac, or Linux PC.

Download & install Wo Mic: https://wolicheng.com/womic/Audacity Recorder: https://www.audacityteam.org


Index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:13 Install on iPhone or Android
  • 4:33 Install desktop client
  • 4:55 Install virtual microphone driver
  • 6:25 Connect phone with PC
  • 7:41 Test recording using phone as mic
  • 8:38 Using Wo Mic in Zoom
  • 8:57 Using Wo Mic in Teams
  • 9:23 Uninstalling Wo Mic from phone & PC
  • 10:53 Wrap up

Null Byte explains how to Use Android & Raspberry Pi for Local Voice communications.

It can be difficult to communicate off the grid when there’s no infrastructure. That’s also true when you’re in situations where there is no cellular service or reliable Wi-Fi hotspots, such as a convoy of vehicles that want to talk to talk to each other, or protestors around the world where law enforcement cut out the cell signals.

On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll show how you can use a cheap $35 Raspberry Pi with PirateBox to enable Android phones to talk to each other without using any cell towers.  

To learn more, check out the article: https://nulb.app/x6vtu

Here’s a talk, that looks at third party tracking on Android.

From the video description:

We’ve captured and decrypted data in transit between our own devices and Facebook servers. It turns out that some apps routinely send Facebook information about your device and usage patterns – the second the app is opened. We’ll walk you through the technical part of our analysis and end with a call to action: We believe that both Facebook and developers can do more to avoid oversharing, profiling and damaging the privacy of their users.