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Chip Off Damage

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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the_Grinch
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Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 14:22

We got a chip off where the chip was damaged in the process of removal. Some boxes and adapters can read it (RIFFBOX2), but after about 42mbs it fails. Another box (UFI) can't read it at all, but at least shows what points it can't connect to. Would it be possible for me to put solder balls onto the points and then run wires to an adapter in order to read the chip? No encryption on the device and a logical extraction was performed, but deleted data is of importance. No physical support in any of the tools. Thanks in advanced!  
 
  

arcaine2
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 18:09

You may want to check this out. Haven't tried it personally, but seems to be what you're looking for. Other than that, probably using technological pads to connect directly to NAND if pinout is known.  
 
  

the_Grinch
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 18:56

Thanks this proved to be very helpful!  
 
  

arcaine2
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 20:36

Let us know if you'll have any positive results. I'm curious.  
 
  

the_Grinch
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 11, 19 17:38

Will do! Solder balls will be here today and the glass should be here tomorrow. Have a few other things to work on so it will be a Monday job.  
 
  

the_Grinch
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Sep 16, 19 23:50

Didn't end up working. These cheap phones have so much glue that it just ends up ruining the chip when chipping it off. Thankfully I am going to an ISP course.  
 

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