Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Smart Phone Kill Switch Act. Requires that any smart phone manufactured on or after July 1, 2016 that is sold or purchased in Illinois must be equipped with preloaded anti-theft functionality or be capable of downloading that functionality. Requires the functionality to be available to purchasers at no cost. Provides that the Illinois Commerce Commission shall adopt rules regarding smart phone anti-theft functionality. Requires wireless communications device dealers to maintain a written record of every purchase or acquisition of a used wireless communications device for resale. Sets forth information that must be included in the written record. Provides that a law enforcement agency that has probable cause to believe a device has been stolen or is evidence of a crime may place an investigative hold on or confiscate the device. Requires the installation of video security cameras at a dealer's physical location. Provides that a violation of the Act is a Class B misdemeanor. Provides exemptions from the application of the Act, including wireless telephone providers who acquire devices for trade-in or for repair and refurbishment programs.