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Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

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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grigollo
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Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

Post Posted: Nov 11, 19 14:17

I need to recover data and remove password from a Samsung GT-S5230, with Samsung Star operating system, Tocco Lite or Avila. The cellebrite and the paraben did not resolve. I need alternative suggestions for extraction and recovery. tks  
 
  

UnallocatedClusters
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Re: Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

Post Posted: Nov 12, 19 01:54

Here is a link to Samsung desktop software for the phone:

www.samsung.com/uk/sup...230BDAXEN/

Perhaps you could use the Samsung desktop software to make a backup of the phone.  
 
  

arcaine2
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Re: Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

Post Posted: Nov 12, 19 19:08

If you have unlock boxes, like z3x then those were able to reset usercode back to default one - 00000000.  
 
  

polar
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Re: Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

Post Posted: Nov 20, 19 13:03

* The handset lock code can usually be extracted using the following AT command: AT+PHLOCK.
* If the AT command doesn't work, but you have a flash dump, the code is stored in ASCII, surrounded by \x00s, often close to the ICCID of the last used SIM card. Try searching for (?<=\x00{100})[0-9]{4,8}(?=\x00{100}).
* Some flasher boxes allow you to read the lock code.
* If that fails too, some flasher boxes let you reset the code to 00000000, as mentioned previously.
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CCL-Forensics Ltd. 
 
  

grigollo
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Re: Samsung Star, Tocco Lite or Avila

Post Posted: Dec 09, 19 15:18

When I try to access the folders, they have a password. When I connect the cable to the PC via USB, it also asks for password. But I am unable to remove this password. I already tried what they suggested in this topic, but it doesn't work.  
 

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