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Chip Off Damage

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
Subforums: Mobile Telephone Case Law
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msbettyhunt
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Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Dec 04, 19 09:57

- the_Grinch
Didn't end up working. These cheap phones have so much glue that it just ends up ruining the chip when chipping it off. Thankfully I am going to an ISP course.



Does the ISP course make anyone perfect in handling the Mobile phones isue?  
 
  

the_Grinch
Senior Member
 

Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Dec 04, 19 14:49

I wouldn't say it makes you perfect, but you would be soldering onto the board instead of heating the chip to take it off. Definitely a safer option.  
 
  

Elliot
Member
 

Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Dec 04, 19 14:53

Multi-Comm offer eMMC/NAND extraction services. Link

This is for cases where the controller part of the chip has become damaged (which is often the case if a chip IDs but doesn't read the memory). This option would be something to consider.  
 
  

trewmte
Senior Member
 

Re: Chip Off Damage

Post Posted: Dec 04, 19 17:44

NW267 profile?
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Institute for Digital Forensics (IDF) - www.linkedin.com/groups/2436720
Mobile Telephone Examination Board (MTEB) - www.linkedin.com/groups/141739
Universal Network Investigations - www.linkedin.com/groups/13536130
Mobile Telephone Evidence & Forensics trewmte.blogspot.com 
 

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