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how to mount encrypted userdata.img ( i have the password )

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(@qassam22222)
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hey all ….
i have a mi redmi3 phone it's broken ( no screen ) … i got a full dump for the phone but the userdata.img is encrypted … and i have the password … it's 4 digt's PIN code ( 0000 ) how i can mount the image into my linux machine and read the data ? is there any software or tool to do that ?

 
Posted : 09/03/2018 2:15 pm
Igor_Michailov
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good luck to you

 
Posted : 09/03/2018 2:30 pm
Bolo
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Best way & solution buy new screen and install to your phone - then if you got PIN you can perform Logical/FS once you will unblock it by PIN

 
Posted : 09/03/2018 7:21 pm
(@qassam22222)
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Best way & solution buy new screen and install to your phone - then if you got PIN you can perform Logical/FS once you will unblock it by PIN

yes i know that solution bro … but i cant buy screen for each broken phone … that's why i need a tool or solution to do it via hardware product or software

 
Posted : 09/03/2018 7:36 pm
passcodeunlock
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If it is full disk encryption, the userdata partition should be a dm-crypt volume with ext4 filesystem, mounting it with vold should be easy - if supersu is installed.

If it is file based encryption, good luck there! )

The cheapest way is what Bolo suggested, get new screens all the time…

 
Posted : 09/03/2018 9:50 pm
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Not sure about activatiion but did you try MHL Mobile High Definition Link to mirror 11 the missing screen (not all manufacturer support MHL)?

 
Posted : 10/03/2018 12:55 am
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