Oxygen Forensic Suite 2 version 1.4 released

Oxygen Software Company has announced the new v1.4 release of Oxygen Forensic Suite 2. All registered customers may download the new version immediately from their personal pages (using the link provided in the registration confirmation message)…New in this version:

  • General. Total amount of phone models supported by Oxygen Forensic Suite 2 overcomes 1000 barrier.
  • General. Added support for Nokia Symbian OS smartphones: Nokia E66-5, Nokia E71-5, Nokia 5320 XpressMusic, Nokia N79-3 and Nokia 6650.
  • General. Added support for Samsung Symbian OS smartphones: Samsung GT-i8510 (also known as INNOV8), Samsung GT-7110 and Samsung GT-I8150 (preliminary).
  • LifeBlog. Added feature to show geographical event position on a map (using Google Maps).
  • LifeBlog. Added Mobile Network Code (MNC) and Mobile Country Code (MCC) columns.
  • LifeBlog. Improved Location Area Code (LAC) and Cell ID fields reading.
  • LifeBlog. Added image preview feature.
  • LifeBlog. Added Sidebar thumbnails for the phonebook photos.
  • LifeBlog. Now photos are downloaded automatically while extracting phone information.
  • LifeBlog. Added messages direction ('incoming' or 'outgoing') parameter.
  • Phonebook. Phonebook photos are now added to reports and export files.
  • File Browser. Pictures are now added to reports and export files.
  • General. Added a standby warning for Windows Mobile devices.
  • General. Updated MCC and MNC lists.
  • File Browser. RAM-disk is now hidden for Sony Ericsson non-smartphone devices.
  • Messages. Improved SMS reading from Series 40 Fifth Edition Feature Pack 1 phones (Nokia 5000, Nokia 2680 Slide, Nokia 6500 Classic, Nokia 6500 Slide etc.)
  • Calendar. Fixed problem with filtering events after exiting the section.
  • File Browser. Fixed problem that could reveal on application close if "File properties" or "Files List" panels were visible in the image viewer.
  • Fixed Access Violation error on program exit, while loading phonebook information.
  • Fixed Access Violation error when using File Browser section.

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