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Mechanism to fetch important data from the handset (mobile, tab etc) remotely

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000246354D
Publication Date: 2016-Jun-02
Document File: 2 page(s) / 64K

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Mechanism to fetch important data from the handset (mobile, tab etc) remotely

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Mechanism to fetch important data from the handset (mobile, tab etc) remotely Background:
Mobiles and mobile applications are very common and have become necessity of today. Common man is habitual to using mobile, not only for calling purpose but to keep personal and confidential data on its memory. As much obvious and common example of such data is contact list of the user. With the evolution of the smart phones in the market, people are using it to keep various kind of personal data. Hence the storing of personal data is not limited to contact list but it is much more than that.

Problem description

As mentioned in the background section above, it is obvious that the mobile phone [ including the smart phone ] is catering many functions for the user. With the advanced techniques of manufacturing it, such phones are manufactured with light weight.

There are many incidents where the user forgets to carry mobile with it and later realizes that it has kept it at some place. In many such occasions, the personal data stored in the mobile handset is needed at that time itself.

Scenario I

The user is using the smart phone actively. The user has kept all the health reports of his / her father in the electronic form [ scanned copies of the reports ]. In the emergency situation, the user forgets to carry smart phone and reaches the hospital. Now the user needs those scanned reports from the handset. These documents are critical for user's father in terms of referring the health history and further treatment.

Scenario II

The user has smart phone. The user forget that phone in the office. The user has some urgent online purchase to be done. For this purchase, the user opted for OTP option and provided the phone number while online transaction. Now this OTP information will be sent via SMS on the phone number provided but...