Susteen’s DataPilot software is an application for those who want to access data stored on their phones for some reason or another: they could be hoping to extract the data for backup purposes, for an investigative activity, or to check the data on a minor’s mobile phone. The DataPilot program makes this possible without the user needing to download a PC-phone linking program from the phone’s manufacturer, in most cases. This is because DataPilot works with most of the phones currently being used by consumers.
The program can read just about any type of data being stored on a phone: that means that users can back up not only their multimedia files (camera shots, ringtones, and audio recordings) but also other phone-located data such as contact numbers and even text messages. Metadata such as locations and online histories can be downloaded from the attached device as well. Furthermore, there are analytical tools that can be used specifically for investigative purposes: the program can provide precise reports that will help most inquiries involving phone usage. It even allows users to specify a time period or range to see the activities logged by the phone at the time.
Our users primarily use DataPilot to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files DataPilot can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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