– The Ultimate iPhone Monitoring Solution
– Read Deleted Text Messages & Chat Histories
– View Contacts, Searches & More
– Now compatible with iOS 6.0.1.
There’s No Better Tool for Recovering iPhone Data
The BrickHouse iPhone Spy Stick is the ultimate monitoring tool for anyone who wants to capture deleted data or monitor iPhones of any model up to the iPhone 5 using iOS 6.0.1 and lower.
The powerful iPhone Spy makes it easy to read deleted text messages, contacts, call and web histories, calendar appointments and more — giving you a unique look into exactly what users have been searching for, who they’ve been talking to, and even where they’ve been.
All you need is access to the iPhone for a few minutes and you can begin recovering and saving map searches, web searches, text messages and just about everything that happens on the Apple smartphone. This is the only tool you need to monitor your kids or employees, catch a cheating spouse or back up all your important iPhone data.
Catch a Cheating Spouse
Monitor Your Kids’ iPhone Text Messaging and Internet Use
Check on Employees Using Company-Issued iPhones
Restore Deleted Information
The BrickHouse iPhone Spy Stick is Compatible with iPhones using iOS 6.0.1 and below.
Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000 or Mac OSX 10.5-10.8
Languages: Reads and displays ASCII characters
Download information like:
Calendar Appointments and Reminders
Internet Search and Web History
Phone Properties Such as Model, Serial Number, OS Version, and More
Deleted data types that can be recovered:
Calendar Entries and Reminders
Speed of scan: Varies from 1-20 minutes (for best results, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed). Phones with more data stored may take longer to recover than others. If recovery process goes beyond 1 hour, you may want to try the recovery on a different computer.
The BrickHouse iPhone Spy Stick displays data stored to an iPhone’s memory. It pulls:
CURRENT SMS (text) history, contacts, call log, calendar, notes, internet data and map history.
DELETED SMS, contacts, call history, calendar entries, and notes IF THEY HAVE NOT BEEN OVERWRITTEN.
Just like a computer, when the iPhone deletes data, that information isn’t really deleted. The “roadsigns” pointing to a file are removed and the space that file is in is marked by the operating system as available for use. This means that new information can be stored on top of these files.
This recovery process goes through a device’s memory and pulls data that has had it’s “roadsigns” removed, but if new information has been stored in the same space as a deleted file, it will not be recoverable. It’s been overwritten.
When a device saves information, where it chooses to save to is random. It can save to memory that has never been used, or to used data available for overwriting. As an example, when it was run on a phone during testing, it pulled up deleted information over a year old, but not information that had been deleted the week previous.