MOBILedit! Forensic Lite 22.214.171.12433
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What's new in MOBILedit! Forensic Lite 126.96.36.19933:
- New XSL for reading XML report ( XML now readable in HTML browsers) modern design based on Forensics express
- Improved XML search tool template ( now accessible directly from template list)
- 2 types of XML exports for i2 analyst software compatibility
- Added export notes to excel report
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- FILE SIZE:
- 87.6 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- COMPELSON Laboratories
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- C: \ Internet \ Telephony / SMS & GSM
The interface of the program is quite nice to work with as it offers quick access to all the features and commands. As soon as the phone is connected, MOBILedit! Forensic Lite will scan it and organize in a tree-like structure the content.
When clicking the device's name you will have all the information instantly displayed. Starting from the manufacturer name and phone model you can checkout details like the IMEI, operator, phone time or supported resolutions and display colors.
With the help of MOBILedit! Forensic Lite you can view phonebook data, call history, messages notes, calendar entries and even more. A most useful function of this software is the ability to create backups through a simple wizard.
The photo viewer this utility comes with supports all the file types you can also look at on your phone, so you will be able to preview and select the pictures you want to transfer or delete from the mobile device.
The forensics report generation feature of MOBILedit! Forensic Lite is one of the most appreciated and it is quite easy to create them, especially because there are some built-in templates at your disposal. Exporting the data included in these reports can be done in XLS, XML or RTF formats.
All in all, if your mobile phone is on the list of supported devices, you can put MOBILedit! Forensic Lite to good use and benefit from the decent set of functions it is equipped with.
MOBILedit! Forensic Lite was reviewed by Olivian Puha, last updated on March 4th, 2015
Runs on: Windows All
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