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p_dibb
(@p_dibb)
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Hello All,

I am desperately trying to find out if a Nokia TA-1010 holds any data which shows previously inserted SIM Cards. I have conducted a Cellebrite Physical and that only shows the IMSI of the current SIM card. The SIM we need to prove had been in phone had not been used to make any phone calls or SMS and only connected to a 2G network so billing information will not assist.

If anyone has any ideas of if this data is stored anywhere then please let me know.

Thanks,

Patrick

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Posted : 29/11/2019 3:02 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

Nokia 105 TA-1010 (2017) has a SOC on-board this feature phone containing memory, etc. You may have to get a test phone for this one as a Dual-SIM model. Insert number of SIMs and run tests to confirm how many IMSIs recorded.

Phone Spec - https://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_105_(2017)-8770.php

Check out eMMC reader support for the pinouts?
https://www.google.co.uk/search?sa=X&biw=1366&bih=594&tbs=qdry&q=pinouts+eMMC+reader+Nokia+105+TA-1010&tbm=isch&source=univ&ved=2ahUKEwjcq_nusZHmAhWhunEKHcY3CzEQsAR6BAgJEAE#spf=1575098160768

The info below is from Infinity-Box website for updates over 5-years - https://www.infinity-box.com/news.php?news=all
2018-11-20 Infinity-Box [BEST] NK2 v1.09 - FP Forensic and other features

- Forensic engine for MTK feature line devices rebuild from scratch
Allow extract phonebook memory from alive/dead/semi-dead devices
From now allow extract phonebook from memory dump ( made by external prommer or older BEST versions )
> Press and hold SHIFT key before press "Extract PhoneBook" button for enable File mode
Extraction is direct (from device) and from dump
Support unicode

All existing MTK FP models are supported now for PhoneBook extraction
Nokia 108 RM-944, RM-945, RM-1124
Nokia 220 RM-969, RM-970, RM-971, RM-1125
Nokia 225 RM-1011, RM-1012, RM-1043
Nokia 130 RM-1035, RM-1036, RM-1037, RM-1122
Nokia 215 RM-1110, RM-1111, RM-1112
Nokia 105 RM-1133, RM-1134, RM-1135
Nokia 222 RM-1136, RM-1137
Nokia 230 RM-1172, RM-1173
Nokia 216 RM-1187, RM-1188
Nokia 150 RM-1189, RM-1190
Nokia 3310(2G) TA-1008, TA-1030
Nokia 105(2017) TA-1010, TA-1034, TA-1037
Nokia 130(2017) TA-1017, TA-1019

- Changes/Fixes
> MTK FP line
Fix/Change Flash engine revised
New feature SW version check during flashing activated. SW will verify data between phone and VPL.
> In case of device dead ( no SW version data available ) - SW will warn about it.
New feature Complete language info during FlashFile selection ( will show all existing languages without need of manual flashing and verify )

> MTK SP line
Fix/Change Flash engine revised
Fix/Change Repartition may fail during NK1 flashing, fixed

Check out - http//forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f641/infinity-box-best-nk2-v1-09-fp-forensic-other-features-2516086/

As you mention it is urgent, have you had a chat with https://www.fonefunshop.com/

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Posted : 30/11/2019 7:14 am
mark-fonefun
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if you need an infinity best dongle we have them in stock

https://www.fonefunshop.com/infinity-nokia-best-dongle.html

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Posted : 30/11/2019 9:32 am
DCS1094
(@dcs1094)
Active Member

Sounds like you are aware of the ICCID or IMSI of the SIM you need to find? Assuming you have a physical image of the chip, run a regex search for ICCID/IMSI numbers? Probably only talking megabytes of data so should not be too difficult to rule out any false positives.

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Posted : 02/12/2019 8:45 am
dandaman_24
(@dandaman_24)
Active Member

See Trewmte's post a while back https://trewmte.blogspot.com/2015/03/last-sim-details.html

The link to the software has gone down but here's the literature about it https://https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com /">web.archive.org/web/20160211171447/ https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com/

I have used it over the years on dumb / burner phones, spits out a csv of possible IMSI's and ICCID's that have been in the device, I put a disclaimer on the csv, detailing that the device may not have had SIM cards with these details in, as some may be false positives. Its cracking and simple tool to use, you can change the setttings for other countries if you have a device from overseas..

I have a copy of it, PM me if you want a copy and ill forward it to you.

Dan

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Posted : 02/12/2019 11:29 am
jaclaz
(@jaclaz)
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The link to the software has gone down but here's the literature about it https://https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com /">web.archive.org/web/20160211171447/ https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com/

Well, the actual LSD.EXE file is seemingly still there (on google drive) and downloadable
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By4IgWuQ_ANiMDNfNFJ6aVhUaXM/edit
https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0By4IgWuQ_ANiMDNfNFJ6aVhUaXM&export=download

jaclaz

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Posted : 02/12/2019 12:15 pm
trewmte
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See Trewmte's post a while back https://trewmte.blogspot.com/2015/03/last-sim-details.html

The link to the software has gone down but here's the literature about it https://https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com /">web.archive.org/web/20160211171447/ https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com/

I have used it over the years on dumb / burner phones, spits out a csv of possible IMSI's and ICCID's that have been in the device, I put a disclaimer on the csv, detailing that the device may not have had SMI cards with these details in, as some may be false positives. Its cracking and simple tool to use, you can change the setttings for other countries if you have a device from overseas..

I have a copy of it, PM me if you want a copy and ill forward it to you.

Dan

Good answer, Dan!

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Posted : 02/12/2019 5:50 pm
p_dibb
(@p_dibb)
New Member

See Trewmte's post a while back https://trewmte.blogspot.com/2015/03/last-sim-details.html

The link to the software has gone down but here's the literature about it https://https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com /">web.archive.org/web/20160211171447/ https://lastsimdetails.blogspot.com/

I have used it over the years on dumb / burner phones, spits out a csv of possible IMSI's and ICCID's that have been in the device, I put a disclaimer on the csv, detailing that the device may not have had SIM cards with these details in, as some may be false positives. Its cracking and simple tool to use, you can change the setttings for other countries if you have a device from overseas..

I have a copy of it, PM me if you want a copy and ill forward it to you.

Dan

Thank you for your assistance however I have attempted this and it hasn't recovered the correct data, I suspect because the TA-1010 is the newer branch of burners.

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Posted : 03/12/2019 8:03 am
polar
(@polar)
Junior Member

If you've parsed the file system from a flash dump, do you have a file with the following path?
/@SMSSimCust/9xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.datThe name of the file (after the 9) is an IMSI. It is also possible to recover (encrypted) IMSIs and ICCIDs from the PACKALID file.

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Posted : 03/12/2019 5:43 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

If you've parsed the file system from a flash dump, do you have a file with the following path?
/@SMSSimCust/9xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.datThe name of the file (after the 9) is an IMSI. It is also possible to recover (encrypted) IMSIs and ICCIDs from the PACKALID file.

Arun, good info.

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Posted : 04/12/2019 1:13 pm
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