NOVATO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions, today announced it is utilizing new proprietary technology to recover data from password-locked smart devices with any length passcode. The first-of-its-kind service is being offered exclusively to consumers who have forgotten device passwords, been locked out after too many incorrect attempts, and for those who need access to data stored on the device of a deceased family member.
Other companies offer a similar service only to law enforcement. DriveSavers is the first to offer a Passcode Lockout Data Recovery service to consumers. The DriveSavers service is not available for law enforcement and requires proof of ownership prior to unlocking a device.
“Smartphones store irreplaceable data like family pictures and videos, contacts, notes, text messages and voice recordings. Losing access to this type of data can be devastating. We are delighted to offer this service to individuals who are locked out of their phones or wish to gain access to memories stored on a lost loved one’s smart device,” said DriveSavers President Scott Moyer.
The service is designed for customers who need access to critical or sentimental data stored on locked smart devices running any operating system, such as iOS, Android and Windows. iPhones, LG, Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo, BlackBerry and other phones belonging to consumers are all candidates for this service.
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With over 30 years of award-winning success, DriveSavers provides the fastest and most reliable data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic services in the industry. All of the company’s services are certified secure and meet security protocols for financial, legal, corporate and healthcare industries.
DriveSavers retrieves critical files from all types of data storage, including SSDs, HDDs, smartphones, camera cards, RAIDs and NAS devices. The company handles all data loss situations, including mechanical, physical, water and fire damage, data corruption, file deletions, passcode lockouts and more.
Customers include Google, Lucasfilm, NASA, Harvard University, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the U.S. Army.