help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby Multi-COM » 10.07.17, 21:43

S6, S6 Edge, S7, S7 Edge and some new Xiaomi - all of them uses UFS (in this particular case it will be BGA 095) - not eMMC... only NuProg or FlashMax III support those chips
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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby giroot » 02.08.17, 22:27

Got a Samsung S6 Edge and removed the memory chip. However, the chip had a different layout underneath than OP.
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The layout matches the BGA095 Dediprog adapters

There was another chip underneath the NAND flash.

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Markings:
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SHANNON333
A1528
537KW08
Markings were hard to read, so they may be off by a bit.

Anyone know what this chip is?

A quick google search says it's a modem/baseband chip?


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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby antonvn » 04.08.17, 09:34

My advise is to get the datasheet for the chip to get the information that you are looking for. Go to http://www.alldatasheet.com/ and search for the chip, you will get pin-out information and much more. They will give you details about the package and once you know that, then you can search for an adapter.

Following is the information that I have for all Smart phones and I was promised that it is up to date:
1. eMMC30 11.5 X 13_0.5
2. eMMC30 12 X 16 _0.5
3. eMMC30 12 X 18 _0.5
4. eMMC30 14 X 18_0.5
5. eMMC30 11 X 10 _0.5

1. eMCP 11.5 X 13_0.5
2. eMCP 12 X 16_0.5
3. eMCP Test Socket_11.5 X 13_0.5
4. eMCP Test Socket_15 X 15_0.5

Maybe Roman can give us more information. I do not know the eMCP chips, it may be a new range or even an old range. I can see that we are going to need a lot of help with the cell phones and tablets.

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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby Roman_TS » 04.08.17, 10:15

PC-3000 Flash is not a tool for mobile recovery, so it's not optimize for eMMC and eMCP. But PC-3000 Mobile will :)
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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby jerema » 06.08.17, 12:50

Hello Roman,

and when the pc3000 mobile will be available ?

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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby Multi-COM » 06.08.17, 22:52

@- SHANNON333 is IC which got two dies inside- LTE Modem and DRAM..... it has nothing to do with DATA that you are looking for - answer for your question I give already in post up but I think you not see it

@antonvn: once again... this is NOT eMMC or eMCP chip - and pinout will not help you either in those
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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby Roman_TS » 07.08.17, 10:43

jerema wrote:Source of the post Hello Roman,

and when the pc3000 mobile will be available ?

We are going to release it closer to the end of 2017.
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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby antonvn » 07.08.17, 15:17

Boguslaw,

Thanks for pointing it out to us..


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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby antonvn » 18.08.17, 11:42

Gents, yes, I also need an answer to this. I cannot afford to buy this programmer and I am sure that many of my fellow Flash owners feel the same.

What can ACELab do for us, this is just another flash chip and I was told that the Flash system will be updated to cater for future chips, that is one of the reasons why I bought the Flash. The UFS chips have been available since 2011, according to Wikipedia. Different packages, I am sure.

Has anyone tried to find adapters for these new range of chips, will we be able to read it like Roman suggests - like the eMMC chips? I do not really want to invest in another programmer, I have about 5 and Windows do not support most of them anymore. I just want to get the data off the chip, I do not want to write to chips. This is turning out to be a bottomless money pit.

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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby Multi-COM » 19.09.17, 18:29

@jerema: for this moment NO (or maybe by finding NAND pinout) - but there are other programmer for UFS which even support THGLF2G8J4LBATD not supported by DediProg... unfortunately cost 4400 USD for programmer + 2300 USD for 095 adapter.... cost 6700 USD. If you will compare to 1000 USD for DediProg you will see that it's cheapest methode available
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Re: help finding Adapter/reading out NAND memory from Samsung S6 KLUBG4G1BD-E0B1

Postby studiogsm » 14.07.18, 11:17

jerema wrote:Source of the post Hello Roman,
what Do you mean with complex soldering ?
I think I have to desolder the Chip and read it with an reader.
My question was : exist an other possibility to read this chip, without the dediprog reader for over 1000 US$ ?
I mean anything like emmc to SD or usb .

No. :)


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