View and Download Media Files
What can I do with the videos and photos on the monitored device?
View all the pictures including photos, screenshots, and pictures from any apps saved on the monitored device.
View all the videos including clips, films, and screencasts saved on the monitored device.
Photos from the target device are displayed in the dashboard as thumbnails, but you can also download the original files.
You can download any video from the targeted device and play it your own.
Supported OS: Android & iOS
How can I view and download videos and photos from the monitored phone?
- 1Register an account on mSpy.com or within the mSpy app (available on both App store and Play Store). Once the account is created, it can be used on both desktop and within the apps.
- 2Enter the target phone or device information after logging into the account and complete the mSpy Wizard setup process. The procedure is pretty simple. If the target device is an iPhone or other iOS device, you may get more details on the how to monitor iPhone tutorial. If the target device is an android phone or tablet, please follow the steps on the how to track android phones tutorial page.
- 3On the left side menu you can choose the target device, and then click the Videos & Photos option. The detailed content is displayed on the right side of the Control Panel.
- 4Click the refreshing icon on the top left of the dashboard to sync the latest videos and photos saved on the monitored phone.
Tips: it is not necessary to install any apps on your own phone. Whenever you would like to view and download the media files on the monitored device, just sign into the mSpy account at mSpy.com on any of your devices including phones, tablets or computers as long as they are connected to the internet. However, if you prefer to use our service with app rather than browser, you may download the mSpy app Google Play or App Store.
Read more about mSpy’s other features.
Reminders: All apps or tools introduced in this article shall be for legal use only. Please follow the Terms & Use and End User License Agreement (EULA) before trying any of them. Any consequences of improper use should be borne by users.