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The phrase logical extraction is commonly used in digital forensics to describe extractions that do not recover deleted data or do not include a full bit-by-bit duplicate of the evidence.

Data extraction from cell phones is a must for law enforcement. Cell phones are constantly making calls, sending messages and accessing the internet, leaving behind a trail of information. When this information is put into context, it can be used to solve crimes or lead to the discovery of new evidence.

Data can be extracted from a cell phone using one of two methods: logical extraction or physical extraction. Logical extraction is simpler and faster, but it yields less information. Physical extraction is more complex and time-consuming, but it yields more information that has been buried or destroyed.

Because mobile devices are widely used for a variety of tasks, they can provide crucial evidence in forensic investigations. These devices are frequently used as digital evidence in criminal cases and contain personal information such as images, passwords, and other important data.

Automated DNA extraction systems that use robotic liquid handling technology can reduce the time it takes to extract DNA from a sample by automating operations like serial dilution and cherry picking. Shaking, temperature control, and PCR procedures are all common features of systems.

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