7 Most Popular Bluetooth Hacking Software to Hack Mobile Phones

by: - Last updated on: December 5th, 2020
Key Takeaways
  • We all are familiar with the term hacking and the disadvantages faced by anyone when it is being used in illegal ways.
  • Previously, hacking was restricted to computers or computer networks only but as time changed, mobile phones are prone to Bluetooth hacking.
  • In this article, we have outlined the popular Bluetooth Hacking Software.
  • For more such resourceful content around Bluetooth, check out our Bluetooth hub.


We all are familiar with the term hacking and the disadvantages faced by anyone when it is being used in illegal ways. Previously, hacking was restricted to computers or computer networks only but as time changed this field has grown up and now mobile phones, especially the multimedia phones are more prone to hacking. There are various hacks and software already present on the web which helps hackers in hacking any multimedia phones. In this post, I have outlined only Bluetooth Hacking Software. These software are very efficient and can hack any Bluetooth-enabled device without any prior knowledge of the user.


So here comes the list of useful Bluetooth hacking software.

1. Super Bluetooth Hack 1.08

This software is used for controlling and reading information from a remote phone via Bluetooth or infrared. Phone list and SMS can be stored in HTML format. In addition to it, it will display information about battery, network, and sim card.

2. Blue Scanner

Blue Scanner searches out for Bluetooth-enabled devices and tries to extract as much information as possible for each newly discovered device in other words one can use this one to spy on others who are close.

3. Blue Sniff

BlueSniff is a simple utility for finding discoverable and hidden Bluetooth-enabled devices. It operates on Linux.

4. BlueBugger

This simply exploits the BlueBug (name of a set of Bluetooth security holes) vulnerability of the Bluetooth-enabled devices. By exploiting these vulnerabilities one can access phone-book, call lists, and other information of that device.

5. BTBrowser

BT Browser is a J2ME application which can browse and explore the technical specification of surrounding Bluetooth-enabled devices. One can browse device information and all supported profiles and services records of each device.

6. BTCrawler

BT Crawler is a scanner for Windows Mobile Based devices. It scans for other devices in range and performs service queries. It implements Bluejacking and BlueSnarfing attacks.

7. BlueSnarfing

Bluesnarfing is a method of hacking into Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones and with this, you can copy its entire information like contact book, etc. With this software you give the complete freedom to hackers, to send a “corruption code” to you which will completely shut-down the phone down and make it unusable for you.

Disclaimer: I have outlined these software for your information and knowledge purpose only. It’s an advice to all the multimedia phone users to keep off your Bluetooth and if any harm will occur then we do not take any responsibility.

Please leave your thoughts on Bluetooth hacking in the comments section below.

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  1. What i believe. Because Brothersoft a trusted website in general i dont believe it has a virus. Now as for the thing that everyone can use it. Yes its true. But dont tell it to anyone you re the boss now :|

    1. Bluesnarfer downloads the phone-book of any mobile
      device vulnerable to Bluesnarfing. If an mobile phone is vulnerable, it
      is possible to connect to the phone without alerting the owner, and gain
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  2. Why is it when i download any of these, none of them will open on my phone. I have the the galaxy s 2. None of them will open at all even with the archiver apps that are needed to open them. What am i doing wrong.

    1. I don’t think these are for android. Plus, the internet app and Google Chrome often show a “download failed” message when trying to download apk files.