How do I mount my iphone to look at it's files forensically? I have FTK Imager (the only free program I could find) but it doesnt mount it as a drive and I can't seem to take a forensic image of the iphone. I am looking to get the cell tower logs (Cells.plist) file and I cant find a program or method to do it.
The phone is not jailbroken and I do not want to do so. I have tried FTK on the windows PC with no luck. I have tried many things on my mac but no dice. Moreover, I cant seem to get the iphone to display in 'devices' on the mac either (although the Iexplorer program works but just not accessing the real good files).
What am I not understanding here? Is there a way to take an image of the iphone itself (and not just its storage partition)?
Edit: Tools like Oxygen, AccessData, Encase, etc supposedly allow the more in depth analysis (such as the cell tower logs) but I cannot find a solution that is not thousands of dollars! Also, Oxygen has a 'free' version but that only allows access to the crap you can find with Iexplorer anyway...