Cellphone Unlock

iPhone and Android Cellphones Unlocking Service

Envista’s Digital Forensics team utilizes sophisticated technology, once exclusively reserved for military and law enforcement, to unlock password-protected cellphones.

Our team historically used this technology to unlock cellphones involved in complex legal and insurance matters. However, we now also offer password-cracking, breaking, and bypassing technology to the public to assist those dealing with the loss of a loved one, business owners, and many others.  

Read our blog: "Steps to Take to Protect the Cellphone Before It Gets to Us"

Requirements to Unlock Cellphones

The completion of the form below is essential for us to consider your case. By providing the requested information, you enable our experts to assess whether your cellphone is eligible for unlocking. While we can unlock most cellphones, it's important to mention that not all phones are currently supported. If your phone isn't a current candidate for unlocking, we will get in touch with you as soon as your device becomes supported.

Once you've submitted the form, our experts will carefully review your submission and may contact you for additional information if needed.

Please note that this service is currently only offered in the United States.

If you have any questions, please leave a voicemail and an expert will get back to you at their earliest availability. Tel:(844) 796-7560

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Your Contact Information
Phone/Device Information
E.g. iPhone 11, Google Pixel 8
Includes Phone Bills, Court Ordered Conservatorship, or Legal Documents
Consent to Privacy Policy *
Consent for storing submitted data *
I understand this service is NOT for changing cell phone carriers, but for unlocking phones that you do not have the passcode to. *

The Challenge of Passcode-Locked iPhone and Android Devices

In 2015, the high-profile case involving Apple vs. FBI highlighted the complexity of unlocking devices. Following a tragic shooting at a California holiday party, the Federal Bureau of Investigations sought Apple's assistance in accessing the suspects' devices. Apple's refusal, citing concerns over user privacy and security, set the stage for the development of tools used today to unlock devices in both the public and private sectors.

In many litigation and investigation scenarios, situations arise where a critical piece of evidence is stored on a locked smartphone, and its retrieval could make or break the case. The Digital Forensics Practice at Envista Forensics has helped attorneys and insurance professionals gain access to locked mobile devices
for some time, but this service has never been made available to the public, until now.

Many instances arise where an individual has valuable data stored on an old, locked device. This could be essential financial information, irreplaceable personal memories, or important company data. This once unrecoverable data due to passcode-locked mobile devices can now be accessed.

Retrieving Memories and Offering Closure to Bereaved Families

The unexpected loss of a family member can be devastating and comes with emotional and logistical challenges. Be it the result of a car accident, accidental overdose, or other unfortunate circumstances, gaining access to a locked cellphone allows for the grieving family to recover cherished memories in the form of photos, videos, and messages, as well as crucial data, such as banking information and documents, from locked cell phones.

Lost Access to a Cryptocurrency Wallet on a Locked Cellphone

 The encryption on modern cellphone devices and security measures means that the only safe method to recover the password is through forensic
software. Attempting to guess the PIN multiple times could lead to the device permanently locking or erasing data—a nightmare scenario for anyone with a substantial cryptocurrency investment. If you invested in cryptocurrency years ago and stored it on an old smartphone, but you can't remember the six-digit PIN to
access it, we can unlock the device so you can recover your investment.

Loss of Sensitive Data on a Corporate-Owned Locked Cellphone:

Employees may accidentally lock a device containing sensitive or proprietary data required for a project. Access to that data is critical and can be
solved by unlocking the device. When an employee leaves, the company is often interested in the activity on that device before the employee’s departure. There are often concerns that they could have transferred proprietary or trade secrets to another party for financial gain, or the employee may have downloaded client
lists and accounts before departure. The ability to unlock the device and obtain details about device usage may be critical to the operations of a corporation.

Don’t Let Passcode-Locked Mobile Devices Stand in The Way of Crucial Information

Our Digital Forensic team utilizes cutting-edge technology and has extensive expertise in handling complex cell phone investigations. We now leverage our technology and expertise to aid the public in gaining access to passcode-locked mobile devices.

Breaking Locks: Envista Forensics Can Unlock Cellphones

Forensics Passcode Unlocking for Cell Phones

When it comes to unlocking a passcode-locked cellphone, one crucial step that often precedes the involvement of our expert team is ensuring the proper protection of the device. Before entrusting us with the task of unlocking it, it's imperative to take measures that safeguard your device and the data it contains. These steps are designed to ensure the security and integrity of your device while minimizing risks and enhancing the success of our unlocking process.

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