Passware Kit Mobile 2024v2 Unlocks Unisoc-Based Devices: Samsung, HTC, ZTE, And Others

Unisoc, the third-leading player in the mobile processor market following MediaTek and Qualcomm, is gaining traction as a cost-effective solution for low-end Android devices, attracting manufacturers such as Samsung, HTC, and ZTE.

Passware introduces GPU-accelerated passcode recovery and data extraction for Unisoc-based smartphones, adding support for over 170 models from various manufacturers. This brings the total number of supported devices to over 800.

Additionally, support for Qualcomm and MediaTek devices has been enhanced with new compatibility for popular MT6781 and Snapdragon 865 (SM8250) chipsets.

For Apple devices, PKM 2024 v2 now supports iOS 15.7.8 on A8, A8X, A9, and A9X processors, covering devices like the iPhone 6S and iPad Pro 12.9′′.

What’s New in Passware Kit Mobile 2024 v2:

  • GPU-accelerated passcode recovery for Unisoc-based devices
  • Support for Android devices with the MediaTek 6781 chipset
  • Support for Apple A8/A8x/A9/A9x devices with iOS 15.7.8
  • Extended support for Qualcomm and MediaTek-based devices

GPU-accelerated passcode recovery for Unisoc-based devices

Passware Kit Mobile 2024 v2 introduces password recovery and data extraction for Unisoc-based devices of various manufacturers, including Samsung, HTC, ZTE, Nokia, and Motorola. This update adds support for over 170 models across the following chipsets: SC9863A, T606, T610, T612, T616, T618, and T700.


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PKM currently works only with file-based encryption. The passcode recovery speed for such devices can be accelerated on NVIDIA and AMD GPUs, reaching the speed of up to 7,300 passwords per second on NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti. The benchmark has been assessed on Motorola Moto G20 (Unisoc T700 chipset) and Samsung Galaxy A03 Core (Unisoc SC9863 chipset).

Once PKM unlocks the Unisoc-based devices, it recovers passwords for, decrypts, and extracts user and application data, including data from Signal, Wickr, and 1Password, mirroring the functionality offered for other supported Android manufacturers.

See the full list of supported models.

Support for Android devices with MediaTek 6781 chipset

The new PKM improves its support for MediaTek-based devices by adding 6 new models with MT6781 chipset. This update covers the 2021-2022 models by Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo manufacturers.

The recovery speed for Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S with MT6781 is over 7,600 passwords per second on NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti.

Support for Apple A8/A8x/A9/A9x devices with iOS 15.7.8

PKM 2024 v2 extends iOS compatibility by adding support for version 15.7.8. The update covers iPhone 6S, iPad Pro 12.9″, and other Apple devices with A8/A8X/A9/A9X processors.

Extended support for Qualcomm and MediaTek-based devices

PKM 2024 v2 works with additional Android encryption schemes adding compatibility with more MediaTek and Qualcomm-based models. The newly added models include devices with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 (SM8250) chipset.

The list of devices supported by PKM has been expanded with eight new models reported by our customers. This includes the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite, Lenovo L78051 Z6 Pro, Oppo Reno 10x Zoom, and other Qualcomm and MediaTek-based devices. Thank you for your feedback!

Read more about this update on the Passware blog.

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