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pin out

Postby codice pin » 29.04.19, 15:40

I can't find the points of this samsung 32gb
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Re: pin out

Postby Roman_TS » 01.05.19, 00:22

We have this pinout, but recovery of this mSD is impossible due the adaptive XOR. Even if you will read it, complete recovery will be impossible.
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Re: pin out

Postby codice pin » 02.05.19, 18:31

can I have it? I want to do cross-tests with other tools

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Re: pin out

Postby Roman_TS » 02.05.19, 22:12

Nobody can beat this adaptive XOR, even other tools ;) But you can PM me, I will reply you in next Monday.
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Re: pin out

Postby Multi-COM » 03.05.19, 16:57

@codice pin: Those Samsung cards uses a cipher with a rotating key which is based on LBA so as Roman write you will not recover data from it unless you will get correct key from Samsung.
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Re: pin out

Postby codice pin » 06.05.19, 18:38

I trust what you tell me, I still wanted to dump and try, but I can't find the right points and apparently nobody has them


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Re: pin out

Postby Paulsen » 12.09.19, 11:11

I got a Sony mSD with the same layout. Do you know if they also use an adaptive XOR, or could a recovery be possible?

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