Cell Phones & Mobile Devices
Everyone seems to have a smart phone. These devices store a wide variety of information, some not even apparent to the owner. Our data collection teams are equipped to retrieve data from cell phones and other mobile devices in a forensically sound manner that preserves the evidence, ensuring that it is admissible in court proceedings.
The extent to which we can recover data is heavily based on the cell phone or device model. However, we can extract some useful data from about 95% of all cellular phones on the market today, including smartphones and PDA devices (Palm OS, Microsoft, Blackberry, Symbian, iPhone, and Google Android).
Here are some of the types of information we can gather:
- Phonebook contacts
- Phone details: IMEI / ESN and Phone number
- ICCID and IMSI
- SIM location information: TMSI, MCC, MNC, LAC
- Text messages including deleted SMS off SIM / USIM
- Call logs ( Missed / Dialed / Received including deleted call histories off SIM / USIM )
- Audio files
- Geo tagging pictures and mapping through Google Earth
- Password Extraction
- Bypass SIM Locked phones (carrier lock) when original SIM is not available.
- Unicode Extraction for Multiple Languages