The law requires an officer to inform you of your right to decline a search of your wireless device. If you decline, the officer may not access your device without first obtaining a search warrant from a judge, nor may the officer confiscate your device while waiting to obtain a warrant to access it. The officer is not allowed to obtain your consent to access your device by coercion or other improper methods. Your consent for a law enforcement officer to search your device must be “voluntary and unequivocal.”