Cellebrite Advanced Services | Access And Collect Mobile Digital Evidence
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Advanced Access & Collection

Cellebrite Advanced Services

Our experts provide law enforcement agencies with forensically sound, quick access to sensitive mobile digital evidence.

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An Extension of Your Lab

We are a global team of industry-leading experts with years of proven hands-on experience in law enforcement. We partner with you to overcome the toughest encryption mechanisms using cutting-edge, forensically sound methods taken directly from the Cellebrite LABS Advanced Research arm.

Located in 10 secure labs around the world, we help advance your most challenging cases wherever you may be.

Our Areas of Expertise

We partner with your investigative team to help solve the most complex, operational, technical and procedural forensic challenges.

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    Advanced Lawful Access

    Cellebrite can determine or disable the Pin/Pattern/Password screen locks or passcodes on the latest Apple iOS and Google Android devices.

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    Advanced Collection

    Cellebrite can make the most comprehensive extraction capability possible. Retrieve the full file system from all Apple and Android devices.

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For more details about Cellebrite Advanced Services (CAS), and to learn if a particular model is supported, please complete and submit the form below. If you are interested in our Resource Augmentation to tackle your backlog challenges, please provide details in the form below.
Cellebrite Advanced Services are only available to law enforcement with legal authority to access phones.

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Supported Devices

Data access and collection for the latest Apple devices including all iPhone models, iPad, iPad mini, iPad Pro, and iPod touch, running iOS 5 to the latest update.

After-First-Unlock (AFU) access to locked iPhones is also possible, but be sure to follow best practices for device seizure.

Some limitations may apply. Log On to the MyCellebrite Customer Portal below to access our latest capabilities in the CAS Discussion Group or pose a query about a specific device challenge.

Data access and collection for the latest Samsung File-Based Encrypted (FBE) devices including Galaxy S10/S20/S21/S22, Note 10/20, and all A Series (2019/2020/2021/2022) and older Full Disk Encrypted (FDE) devices including Galaxy S6/S7/S8/S9, A5/A7/A8, J1/J2/J3/J6/J7, Note 5/7/8/9.

Secure Folder access to find critical evidence you may have overlooked. After-First-Unlock (AFU) access is also possible, but be sure to follow best practices for device seizure.

Some limitations may apply. Log On to the MyCellebrite Customer Portal below to access our latest capabilities in the CAS Discussion Group or pose a query about a specific device challenge.

Data access and collection for the latest Huawei File-Based Encrypted (FBE) devices including P20/P30/P40, Mate 20/30/40, and many others (2017 and newer) and older Full Disk Encrypted (FDE) devices including P8 Lite, Mate 9, Nova 2, Nova 3, Y7, and many others.

PrivateSpace access to find critical evidence you may have overlooked. After-First-Unlock (AFU) access is also possible, but be sure to follow best practices for device seizure.

Some limitations may apply. Log On to the MyCellebrite Customer Portal below to access our latest capabilities in the CAS Discussion Group or pose a query about a specific device challenge.

Data access and collection for the latest File-Based Encrypted (FBE) devices from Alcatel, Google Pixel, LG, Motorola, Nokia, OnePlus, OPPO, Sony, Vivo, Xiaomi, etc. and older Full Disk Encrypted (FDE) devices from Alcatel, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nexus, Xiaomi, ZTE and many more.

Encrypted container access to find critical evidence you may have overlooked. After-First-Unlock (AFU) access is also possible, but be sure to follow best practices for device seizure.

Some limitations may apply. Log On to the MyCellebrite Customer Portal below to access our latest capabilities in the CAS Discussion Group or pose a query about a specific device challenge.