UFED to bypass pattern lock for Motorola/Samsung Androids
UFED Ultimate users will soon receive new cables for selected Samsung and Motorola Android devices that will allow physical bit-for-bit extraction of the entire flash memory.
UFED PA will also support decoding these extractions with file system reconstruction and decoding of deleted data. The pattern lock and user code will also be decoded.
The method used for these supported models defeats user/pattern lock and does not require USB/ADB debugging to be turned on.
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Expected delivery time 1-3 weeks
The supported Motorola and Samsung Android models in the coming version will be
Motorola GSM MB502 Charm
Motorola GSM MB508 Flip Side
Motorola GSM MB511 FlipOut
Motorola GSM MB520 Diablo
Motorola GSM MB525 Defy
Motorola GSM MB526 Defy+
Motorola GSM XT610 Droid Pro
Motorola GSM MB611 Cliq 2
Motorola GSM XT702
Motorola GSM XT720 Milestone
Motorola GSM XT800
Motorola GSM A853 MILESTONE
Motorola GSM A953 Milestone 2
Motorola CDMA XT610 Droid Pro
Motorola CDMA MB612 XPRT
Motorola CDMA MB809 Milestone X
Motorola CDMA MB810 Droid X
Motorola CDMA A854 Milestone
Motorola CDMA A855 Droid
Motorola CDMA A955 Droid 2
Motorola CDMA A956 Droid 2 Global
Samsung GT-I9100 Galaxy S 2
Samsung GT-N7000 Galaxy Note
Samsung SCH-i110 Illusion
Samsung SCH-i405 Stratosphere CDMA USA
Samsung SCH-R920 CDMA USA
Samsung SPH-D710 Galaxy S II Epic 4G CDMA
Samsung SGH-i777 Galaxy S II
Samsung SPH-D705 Epic 2
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for enhanced physical extraction capabilities.
Good work, but that's a wide open statement Ron.
A physical bit-for-bit copy of all partitions, user partition or something else?
Defeats pattern lock, gets root, enables usb debugging?
I updated the post with answers to your questions
New UFED versions with the above functionality were released.
I hope that all of our users got the cables to be able to perform these extractions and bypass password and pattern locks on these supported devices.
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