Cell phone text monitoring software reviews

 

As choppy and terse as cell-phone texting is, it still qualifies as correspondence. And since we value and save other text correspondence — such as letters and email — it seems natural that we might want to save text messages too. The problem is that saving text messages off a cell phone is not quite easy or convenient.

Cell – or mobile – phones could be loosely divided into two types: “basic” and “smart.” Both types store text, contacts and other information either on a drive or a detachable SIM card. If you want to save text/ SMS messages, you have to transfer them off the phone and onto whatever storage medium you put your personal digital stuff.

Saving text messages is more difficult for basic phones. You have to open the phone, remove its SIM card and display the card’s contents through a SIM card reader. A reader is an inexpensive device that plugs into a computer. You pop the SIM card into the reader, display the card contents and copy the text messages to the computer.

Cell phone text monitoring software reviews

Auto Forward iPhone Backup Extractor and Cell Phone Data Spy Recovery Software can successfully retrieve contacts, voicemails, iMessages and text messages, call histories, notes, MMS, calendar entries, pictures, videos, app files, saved games, and other data that might be lost or inaccessible.

Auto Forward Cell Phone Extractor and Data Spy Recovery Software for Android devices can successfully retrieve contacts, voicemails, text messages, call histories, notes, MMS, calendar entries, pictures, videos, app files, saved games, and other data that might be lost or inaccessible.

My wife set a Restrictions Passcode on the kids iPads and then promptly forgot it with all sorts of restrictions turned on. iPhone Backup Extractor pulled out the pin in a minute and saved me from wiping the iPads. Worth every penny.

As choppy and terse as cell-phone texting is, it still qualifies as correspondence. And since we value and save other text correspondence — such as letters and email — it seems natural that we might want to save text messages too. The problem is that saving text messages off a cell phone is not quite easy or convenient.

Cell – or mobile – phones could be loosely divided into two types: “basic” and “smart.” Both types store text, contacts and other information either on a drive or a detachable SIM card. If you want to save text/ SMS messages, you have to transfer them off the phone and onto whatever storage medium you put your personal digital stuff.

Saving text messages is more difficult for basic phones. You have to open the phone, remove its SIM card and display the card’s contents through a SIM card reader. A reader is an inexpensive device that plugs into a computer. You pop the SIM card into the reader, display the card contents and copy the text messages to the computer.

"Our daughter stole our truck, bank cards, credit cards and the phone. The only way to find her was by tracking the SMS with your software. The police were able to catch her with the messages. We would not have caught her as fast as we did without Mobile Spy."
- Adam D

"I love this program it is working great and helping me monitor all the text messages from the monitored phone. I am trying to prevent pornography from getting to my child's phone."
- Mike

"That far exceeds what I would consider good product support! Thank you very much and you can count on my support and references on your other products, which by the way, are more stable and generally work better than those of your competitors."
- Robert