Don't settle for half the data. Most commercial cell phone forensic software only gets logical data files. That's like doing an investigation on half a crime scene. If a tool doesn't have advanced analysis features, it's probably because they don't get enough data to analyze. Deleted data and user data such as text messages and images can often be found in a physical data dump of a phone. Device Seizure was designed from the ground up as a forensic grade tool that has been upheld in countless court cases. There's a reason Paraben is a trusted leader in handheld forensics.
Paraben's Point 2 Point has been integrated into Device Seizure. The Point 2 Point feature converts GPS data points to be read directly into Google Earth so investigators can quickly and easily visualize where these GPS locations are.
Device Seizure has low minimum system requirements. This means you can run Device Seizure on equipment you thought was obsolete for forensic exams.
Get more information from more devices. Depending on the model, Device Seizure can acquire the following data:
SMS History (Text Messages)
Deleted SMS (Text Messages)
Phonebook (both stored in the memory of the phone and on the SIM card)