How do I :- Get Data From Smart Phone Drive
by pacino - November 09, 2019 at 08:17 PM
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Hey guys, I have a phone that I have been using for roughly a year, well - it's now broken. I got this phone about a year ago when my cat was still a kitten; therefor, this is the only device with images of my cats youngest days.  Rolleyes

I do not care about this phone no longer, but the images on the phone are priceless.

How do I get the images from my phone onto my computer/another drive? Huh The device is bricked, will not turn on or show any signs of life.

Thank you very much! Angel
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#2
There are many state of the art hardware and software tools available which support smartphone imaging. Among several software tools are following: 
  • Cellibrite
  • Oxygen Forensics
  • Paraben
  • Encase 
Now this requires security credentials to perform the bit-to-bit physical imaging. I, unfortunately, am not aware of how to bypass the security layer to perform the imaging.

Cheers!
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(November 09, 2019 at 11:05 PM)nu11R3z Wrote: There are many state of the art hardware and software tools available which support smartphone imaging. Among several software tools are following: 
  • Cellibrite
  • Oxygen Forensics
  • Paraben
  • Encase 
Now this requires security credentials to perform the bit-to-bit physical imaging. I, unfortunately, am not aware of how to bypass the security layer to perform the imaging.

Cheers!

ah! thanks for the reply. ill check these out
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#4
this is very important to me, still open to new suggestions!
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#5
The data on modern smartphones is encrypted, even if you retrieved them from a bricked phone they would still be encrypted.
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#6
(November 11, 2019 at 06:08 AM)T3ST0 Wrote: The data on modern smartphones is encrypted, even if you retrieved them from a bricked phone they would still be encrypted.

omfl... is there any work around? newish android model btw
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#7
fat rip on my end :(
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(November 09, 2019 at 11:05 PM)nu11R3z Wrote: There are many state of the art hardware and software tools available which support smartphone imaging. Among several software tools are following: 
  • Cellibrite
  • Oxygen Forensics
  • Paraben
  • Encase 
Now this requires security credentials to perform the bit-to-bit physical imaging. I, unfortunately, am not aware of how to bypass the security layer to perform the imaging.

Cheers!
I think this is also a direction for you
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(November 13, 2019 at 07:53 AM)mtsecdev Wrote:
(November 09, 2019 at 11:05 PM)nu11R3z Wrote: There are many state of the art hardware and software tools available which support smartphone imaging. Among several software tools are following: 
  • Cellibrite
  • Oxygen Forensics
  • Paraben
  • Encase 
Now this requires security credentials to perform the bit-to-bit physical imaging. I, unfortunately, am not aware of how to bypass the security layer to perform the imaging.

Cheers!
I think this is also a direction for you

im currently seeing into this :3 thanks for reply ~_^
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#10
Cellbrite is a sure way to go if you can get your hands on a copy of it
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(November 14, 2019 at 04:00 PM)cypher_mirage Wrote: Cellbrite is a sure way to go if you can get your hands on a copy of it

is it easy to use? lol...
surely it isnt *that* hard to get my OWN pictures from a bricked phone ...
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#12
That is very important to me, still open to new suggestions
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