I\’m looking for mobile nfc Bluetooth hotspot jamming 4 my OP 6T

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I've had to have my OnePlus 6T McLaren reflashed with all new y firmware by factory repair facility after being hacked to the point I could reset not do a factory reset nor use the 911 system ( I've had some very close calls because I'm currently very ill) and I would like to either jam or disable the functions on my phone perminently so I can have some peace of mind. I have no need for NFC nor WiFi hotspot and use Bluetooth only for music. I'm at my end I can no longer deal with hackers I've even considered becoming a ethical hacker to learn to combat these attackers. I'm finding most are just kids wanting access to my phone to use my hotspot to listen to music and play games, " But risking my health is uncalled for and most now be addressed more aggressively. Please help I'm sick 😷  this must Stop.
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  • ToddN2000
    If they are just hacking your mobile hotspot, disable your wi-fi or try changing your password to something stronger they cannot hack.  If you just use Bluetooth and make call there should be no need to leave the wi-fi enabled.
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  • TheRealRaven
    "I'm finding most are just kids..."

    Please describe how you are "finding" any attackers.
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