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Cell Phone Data Recovery

smart phone data recoveryLoss of cell phone data can be extremely frustrating. As phone technology continues to increase, users rely on the mobile technology to keep them plugged in and connected for both business and personal reasons.

The most common problems with cell phone malfunction are a loss of contacts, numbers, photos, and messages. However, the situation can be more severe if users store important business data or other critical information.

On some occasions an average cell phone store can help fix minor problems, but for serious issues they often fall flat and simply suggest purchasing a new phone. For individuals who don’t find that to be a suitable option forensics can be a successful alternative.

Using Forensics For Cell Phone Recovery

Forensic recovery techniques are far more sophisticated than normal techniques you might encounter at a cell phone store. When it comes to criminal investigation, forensic professionals need to dig deeply into data and extract it from difficult locations. These skills translate in a useful manner for regular citizens looking to retrieve information from their phones.

DMS offers a wide variety of forensic services, many of which can be used to save your data. It’s true that some phones can be damaged or corrupted beyond repair, but DMS services can give you much better odds in saving what you need.

Some individuals are concerned about the cost of these services, but no need to worry. DMS offers free consultations before any work is done in order to determine the probability of success as well as the cost of the work. You’ll never get hit with a giant bill that you weren’t expecting.

If you need help with your cell/smart phone don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Call at 484-955-5664 or utilize our online contact form.

 
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  1. Sandeep, January 16, 2013
    Bejtlich, Jones and Rose Real Digital Forensics' is as practical as a penrtid book can be. In a very methodical fashion, the authors cover live response (Unix, Windows), network-based forensics following the NSM model (Unix, Windows), forensics duplication, common forensics analysis techniques (such as file recovery and Internet history review), hostile binary analysis (Unix, Windows), creating a forensics toolkit and PDA, flash and USB drive forensics. Is that it? Well, there is some other fun stuff too. In other words, the book is both comprehensive and in-depth; following the text and trying the investigations using the enclosed DVD definitely presents an effective way to learn forensic techniques. I would recommend the book to all security professionals (even those not directly involved with forensics on a daily basis). Anton Chuvakin, Ph.D., GCIA, GCIH, GCFA is a Security Strategist with a major security company. He is an author of the book Security Warrior and a contributor to Know Your Enemy II and the upcoming Hacker's Challenge III . In his spare time, he maintains his security portal info-secure.org and his blog at O'Reilly. His next book will be about security log analysis. Reply

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