.XRY

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Using .XRY, all the information stored in a cell phone can be retrieved quickly and securely. It only takes a few minutes for all the information to be read and ready for processing.

Below are some examples of information that can be retrieved:

– Phonebook with names, numbers, etc.

– SMS, EMS and MMS messages

– Call lists

– Calendar, tasks, notes

– Pictures

– Sound files, voice records

– Video files

– SIM card information, including deleted SMS

… and much more.


.XRY currently supports over 240 different phone models including GSM, UMTS and CDMA phones. The number of models supported by .XRY is being added all the time. In 2005, six major updates were released.

.XRY creates an encrypted file containing a copy of the information retrieved from the phone.

.XRY has got full support for UNICODE

.XRY comes complete with software that reads information and then creates reports on the data listed above, and also the hardware: the ".XRY Communications Unit". The hardware is connected to a computer using a USB cable. The standard package of phone cables contains 25 different cables. The following options are available in order to connect as many different telephone models as possible to the unit:


Bluetooth

Some telephones are designed to communicate via Bluetooth. This is why .XRY comes with a Bluetooth interface.


IR

Other telephones are designed to connect only via IR. .XRY is supplied with an IR interface.


USB

There is also the option of connecting the telephone to the station via a USB cable.


Final reports with a search and export function

.XRY creates clear layouts in list form, with descriptions of the different types of activities. .XRY creates a report containing your own logotype, address, etc. or the basic information that you yourself require. .XRY also retrieves a lot of information about the phone itself, such as IMEI/ESN, IMSI, model no., matching between the clock in the telephone and the computer, etc.

The generated report can either be printed out, exported in whole or in part, or forwarded electronically with .XRY Reader (distributed for free). A search function simplifies the task of searching for a particular name/number or some other type of text.

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