The Phone Recovery Stick for Android Recovers Deleted Text Messages, Deleted Contacts, and More from Android Devices.
The Phone Recovery Stick for Android™ allows you to you restore all types of deleted private information from devices running the Android operating system. Text messages, SMS messages, contacts, call history, GPS locations, photos, calendar entries, SD/Micro-SD card data – can restored and reviewed with the Phone Recovery Stick for Android.
The Phone Recovery Stick for Android is simple to use. Connect the device and the Android Recovery Stick to the same computer and click the start icon. The software does the rest and even generates easy to read reports of the data contained on the phone as well as deleted data. Since the software is included on the device the Phone Recovery Stick for Android is completely portable and can be used on any computer.
The Phone Recovery Stick for Android is perfect for private investigators, concerned parents, school and security personnel, suspecting spouses, employers who want to check on the phone activity of their employees – anyone who wants to view the personal and deleted contents of an Android phone.
Private text messages are a popular place to find evidence of bad behavior.
The complete calling history for the Android phone.
All the contacts stored on the phone.
Find out where they users have been online.
Review all of the reminders for important appointments.
Export pictures from the android phone with one simple step.
Listen to private voice memos.
See which names and addresses were searched within maps right down the GPS coordinates.
Dynamic text are words the phone learns by what is typed repeatedly and is saved on the device to be used the next time the word is typed. Things like a person's name and the name of a restaurant are easily identifiable and will help catch a wrong-doer.
Devices have many unique properties such as model number, serial number, and phone number. If an investigation ever needs to be presented as evidence in court such information is essential.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
This product includes ONE year free software updates and a 90-day exchange warranty against manufacturing defects. This and all data recovery and software/media products are nonrefundable. Please check to make sure your phone model is supported by clicking the compatibility tab before purchasing.
The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
It depends on how much new information has been written to the phone since the data you need to recover was deleted. If you delete a text message and immediately receive another text message, you will likely not be able to recover the old message. However, you may be able to recover a portion of the message if the new text message is shorter, therefore taking up less space than the deleted message.
You can recover text messages, contacts, call history, and calendar entries from Androids.
Your Phone Recovery Stick comes with free updates. To update your Phone Recovery Stick, run the Phone Recovery Stick program, click on the Tools menu and select "Check for updates".
No. The Phone Recovery Stick only runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 based operating systems.
Generally, recovery takes 20 minutes per GB of storage space on a phone, however, if there is very little data on the phone, it can take as little as 15 minutes.
If you bought it from a retail store, you must contact them regarding their return policy. If the product arrives and is defective and you would like it repaired, please contact Paraben. If you accidentally delete the program on the stick or format the drive, you can send it to Paraben to be reprogrammed as long as you provide return shipping.
Updates do come out from time to time to ensure the most data possible and to support new versions of the phone operating system. Under the Tools menu at the top of the program is an update option. You must be connected to the Internet for it to complete an update.
No, Androids do not actually save emails or MMS messages in the backup files used for recovery.