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Old 08-06-2020, 17:48   #271 (permalink)
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I may be wrong, but if raw image has fat inside you don't need any additional conversion, just try to use your other tools with raw image.

RAW dump can be a direct NOR, or NAND dump image for example, depending on the chip. You can load it into R-Studio for example, but it won't be able to find a valid filesystem. There's a tool for converting NOR dumps from MTK feature phones, essentially stripping extra data, and once you do that, filesystem is detected correctly and can be processed. I haven't seen such tool for dumps made from SPD phones (i can share that dump file if you want).


Recently had such dump and none of the tools i have was able to decode any useful data out if it, but Data Explorer extracted SMS. Part of the extraction was


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Loading file : 6531E_W25Q32BV_2.bin ... OK
Searching FileSystem ... OK
FileSystem found at: [003B8000] size: [00048000]
Memory Info : [00008000][00000009]
Extracting FileSystem ...
Stage #1
Searching additional data ...
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Filesystem extraction into a directory (like what you have in BEST for Nokia phones) would helpful as well.
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Old 08-07-2020, 09:41   #272 (permalink)
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RAW dump can be a direct NOR, or NAND dump image for example, depending on the chip. You can load it into R-Studio for example, but it won't be able to find a valid filesystem. There's a tool for converting NOR dumps from MTK feature phones, essentially stripping extra data, and once you do that, filesystem is detected correctly and can be processed. I haven't seen such tool for dumps made from SPD phones (i can share that dump file if you want).


Recently had such dump and none of the tools i have was able to decode any useful data out if it, but Data Explorer extracted SMS. Part of the extraction was




Filesystem extraction into a directory (like what you have in BEST for Nokia phones) would helpful as well.
pls send image (or link) to rd [at] infinity-box.com
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Old 08-07-2020, 18:31   #273 (permalink)
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pls send image (or link) to rd [at] infinity-box.com

I've sent you two dump files, from two different phones based on the same chipset 6531E with NOR memory.
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Old 08-09-2020, 21:19   #274 (permalink)
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I've sent you two dump files, from two different phones based on the same chipset 6531E with NOR memory.
you can get file system with hex editor:
open an image, go to address ~0x300000, you will see a lot of 0xFF bytes
you should find data that will start after that big 0xFF block - it's filesystem
you can save it to separate file with hex editor
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open an image, go to address ~0x300000, you will see a lot of 0xFF bytes
you should find data that will start after that big 0xFF block - it's filesystem

I did, and indeed not far from that address there are lots of 0xFF bytes and after that something that looks like user data (SMS in case of those 2 dumps). I expected to find FAT filesystem like with other SPD dumps but this doens't seem to be the case here.



Would it be possible for you to option to dump filesystem to disk out of such image?
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Please update to rebuild SPD firmware Sc to pack file
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Good work I would like
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Please update to rebuild SPD firmware Sc to pack file
This tool has little bit other purposes but anyway thanks for advice
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Would it be possible for you to option to dump filesystem to disk out of such image?
request accepted, hope to get it done soon
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Glad to hear that, thank you.
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Old 09-03-2020, 08:06   #281 (permalink)
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Glad to hear that, thank you.
Hope to get it done with v1.10 on days.


Currenty v1.09 released:


Infinity Data Explorer v1.09 - MTK, SPD, RDA updated and more improvements

Data extraction based on full reconstruction of file system

- MTK module improved - more device supported
- SPD module updated - SPD66x0 support released
- RDA module updated - more Code pages supported
- GUI updated and improved
- Minor bugs fixed
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Please add option next update to rebuild any spd version firmware SC to PCK File
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i have same problem how can i fix it
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