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kevinspoon
(@kevinspoon)
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Has anyone extracted info by placing the phone in this mode? Can I trust that it is network free?

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Posted : 26/05/2009 5:38 am
bigjon
(@bigjon)
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I have done this several times and always been safe from network connection, it also means you cannot use the Bluetooth capability as no signals will be received or sent

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Posted : 26/05/2009 1:02 pm
douglasbrush
(@douglasbrush)
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Many of the mobile phone best practice guides list it as an acceptable method. Just remember the three D's document, document, document. Record any changes you make to the handset.

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Posted : 26/05/2009 6:12 pm
forensicator
(@forensicator)
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Just a note some Samsungs are still able to connect to the network in "Offline mode" (SGH-G600 and SGH-J600) I have seen it on.

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Posted : 26/05/2009 11:01 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
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Has anyone extracted info by placing the phone in this mode? Can I trust that it is network free?

kevinspoon, as an observation I can give you as much comfort as possible and you trying taking that to a court of law and saying person x said it was okay so I went ahead and did it.

The observations of the other contributors are worth noting, however, are you in a position to run a number of simple tests on a test mobile?

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Posted : 26/05/2009 11:33 pm
kevinspoon
(@kevinspoon)
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A big thanks to all of you for your comments and advice.

Trewmte, I have tried a few other options and this would be a last resort.

Also, I agree. Documenting everthing I do is an excellent idea, seeing that there is a great possibility of data data being changed.

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Posted : 27/05/2009 5:16 am
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