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Extracting gallery, log files from dd image in Python

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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Aiza
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Extracting gallery, log files from dd image in Python

Post Posted: Apr 08, 19 05:56

Hello, I have a dd image of my mobile device with .img as extension. Now I want to write a code in Python which will be able to extract
all the .jpegs, .pngs
qall the .docx, .txt, .ppt
all the log files
all the app permissions


i am new to Python although I am good in programming, therefore need help for writing the scripts for these tasks. The image is of internal memory, let me know how I can extract the above mentioned information from a raw image taken by DD.

i have already searched and did not find the sufficient material, that is why asking it here.  
 
  

athulin
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Re: Extracting gallery, log files from dd image in Python

Post Posted: Apr 08, 19 10:22

- Aiza
Hello, I have a dd image of my mobile device with .img as extension. Now I want to write a code in Python which will be able to extract
all the .jpegs, .pngs
qall the .docx, .txt, .ppt
all the log files
all the app permissions


That means you have to start with interpreting the file system. So: identify the file system. If you really want to write to code yourself, you also have to find a trustworthy specification of that file system, and a number of weeks to write and debug the code.

Once you have identified the file system, ask again. Someone may be able to point you to a specification to use.  
 

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