What is Mobile Phone Analysis and PDA Analysis?
Mobile phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) are, for most people, an essential item. Not only do they make phone calls but they act as cameras, .MP3 and video players, web browsers and they are used for storing an endless amount of data including personal information.
It is all of this that make mobile phones and PDAs ever more relied upon as evidence in investigations, however they can provide useful information both for the suspect and the prosecution.
Mobile Phone Analysis
During mobile phone analysis data may be identified in three areas: (1) the mobile phone internal handset memory; (2) the SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card or USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) card and (3) removable memory cards (e.g. micro SD or Memory Stick).
Griffin Forensics have the expertise to examine a wide variety of mobile phone models from leading manufacturers including Nokia, LG, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Siemens & Samsung. During a mobile phone analysis we may be able to retrieve information pivotal to your case, including but not limited to, call records, phone-book entries, text messages, multimedia messages, pictures and in some instances, deleted data.
We are also able to extract voice recordings from a device and transfer them to a more user friendly format, such as CDROM, enabling the recordings to be used in court in a normal CD player.
Personal Digital Assistants (PDA's) can also contain a significant amount of data and our PDA Analysis supports using the following operating systems (subject to software version): Windows Pocket PC; Palm; Blackberry; Symbian 6.0 and EPOC 16/32 (Psion devices).
If you require further information about our mobile phone analysis services please call 01280 707190 or eMail firstname.lastname@example.org.