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Offline rasteri

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Data recovery from an in-situ eMMC chip
« on: March 29, 2018, 10:55:48 pm »
Hi! I'm a long time lurker first time poster who wants some advice on analogue circuit design, but I thought it's only fair to contribute something first :)

Here's my video showing a practical and (most importantly) cheap approach to recovering data from an eMMC chip without desoldering it, in this case while it's attached to a crappy laptop. The same approach could be used for smartphones and tablets I suspect, if you can find boardview files for them.



There's no new ideas here at all really, the basic approach comes from the "Hacking Hardware with a $10 SD Card Reader" talk by exploitee.rs at Blackhat 2017 and it's something data recovery companies often do but charge a lot of money for.

I'll post my questions in another topic :)
 
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Offline JeffreyLatter

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Re: Data recovery from an in-situ eMMC chip
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2018, 12:35:55 pm »
Great video - Not sure, what the best part, the technical stuff or the great musical part in the end...  :-DD :-+
Definitely something, I'll keep in my mind, if never needed.
 


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