30 Sep '17, 10am

5本ではないけれど eMMC⇒SDだと こんな感じですかね? https://t.co/1VBhs1owpu

How do I get the data off this destroyed phone? It’s a question many of us have had to ponder – either ourselves or for friends or family. The easy answer is either spend a mint for a recovery service or consider it lost forever. [Trochilidae] didn’t accept either of those options, so he broke out the soldering iron and rescued his own data . A moment’s inattention with a child near a paddling pool left [Trochilidae’s] coworker’s wife with a waterlogged, dead phone. She immediately took apart the phone and attempted to dry it out, but it was too late. The phone was a goner. It also had four months of photos and other priceless data on it. [Trochilidae] was brought in to try to recover the data. The phone was dead, but chances are the data stored within it was fine. Most devices built in the last few years use eMMC flash devices as their secondary storage. eMMC stands for E...

Full article: https://hackaday.com/2017/07/12/emmc-to-sd-hack-rescues-d...

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