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Old 11-04-2019, 11:49   #91 (permalink)
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I have a zero s7 edge flash. how do i trade. Can you give information?
1) Download dump from support
2) Try to write "Device config" of wait next version to manually create LUNs
3) Write LUNs dumps to LUNs
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:43   #92 (permalink)
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Reading the memory through the original interface is very slow. 500-700kb/s. 32GB memory DUMP using the BGA95 interface is around 10-11 hours. Why are the non-original interface faster?
Maybe I have some damaged equipment?
My interface is "EasyJTAG UFS Socket BGA-95 by EasyJTAG 26.05.19".
I thought that when I bought the original product from the BOX manufacturer I would have maximum compatibility. You wrote in advance that only the original interface guarantees proper operation. Something went wrong? I currently have 23 pieces of Samsung S6 and I need to make a full binary copy. It will take approximately 11 days for me to read continuously. Maybe I can change the settings to make it work faster? I don't want to buy MOORC because I already have an interface from you
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Old 11-06-2019, 10:13   #93 (permalink)
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Reading the memory through the original interface is very slow. 500-700kb/s. 32GB memory DUMP using the BGA95 interface is around 10-11 hours. Why are the non-original interface faster?
Maybe I have some damaged equipment?
My interface is "EasyJTAG UFS Socket BGA-95 by EasyJTAG 26.05.19".
I thought that when I bought the original product from the BOX manufacturer I would have maximum compatibility. You wrote in advance that only the original interface guarantees proper operation. Something went wrong? I currently have 23 pieces of Samsung S6 and I need to make a full binary copy. It will take approximately 11 days for me to read continuously. Maybe I can change the settings to make it work faster? I don't want to buy MOORC because I already have an interface from you
Now UFS speed depend by USB mohterboard controller and various beetween 0,5-3MB/s per 1 line

We work to increase speed at all controller uo to 3MB/s
After we add work with 2 line (6MB/s)

M-PHYs support two main transmission modes/active states: low speed (LS), which supports 3 to 576 Mbps, and high speed (HS), which supports 1,248 to 5,824 Mbps per the M-PHY v3.0 specification.

Our hardware now work at LS (PWM-G4) mode (66Mhz)
HS mode requare USB 3.0 and new hardware

Max speed, what be can get from EasyJTAG Plus box PWM-G4 mode - 6-10MB/s (with compression)
It done to repair boot's and read-write backups of main partitions

New Android phones have crypted userdata, and now where are no way to decrypt it, and no need HS

PWM-G5/G6/G7 is many UFS chips not supported

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Old 11-06-2019, 10:32   #94 (permalink)
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The BOX has been connected to two different computers, to 8 different USB 2.0 ports, the maximum speed is about 805 kbps
At the moment I'm backing up another UFS BGA95. Look at the estimated time to the end. I had MOORC for 1 day and 2Mb / s went without any problems.
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Old 11-06-2019, 10:46   #95 (permalink)
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The BOX has been connected to two different computers, to 8 different USB 2.0 ports, the maximum speed is about 805 kbps
At the moment I'm backing up another UFS BGA95. Look at the estimated time to the end. I had MOORC for 1 day and 2Mb / s went without any problems.
Now speed depends only by USB MB controller.
At few FW box update we transfer some UFS code to box, and speed will be not depend of MB USB controller

I reconnect box from USB 2.0 to external USB 3.0 contoller and speed be increased fom 0,7 to 1,5MB/s

Some people have 3,0MB/s speed at his MB

Now we optimize UFS core for different UFS chips. After it we transwer UFS core to internal box firmware, and speed will be not depends from USB MB ports

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Now speed depends only by USB MB controller.
At few FW box update we transfer some UFS code to box, and speed will be not depend of MB USB controller

I reconnect box from USB 2.0 to external USB 3.0 contoller and speed be increased fom 0,7 to 1,5MB/s

Some people have 3,0MB/s speed at his MB

Now we optimize UFS core for different UFS chips. After it we transwer UFS core to internal box firmware, and speed will be not depends from USB MB ports
Thank You. I will try
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Old 11-08-2019, 15:33   #97 (permalink)
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how to make dump from devices with UFS chip?
for example, I have SM-G930V
Quote:
LUN 0:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x76F000000 / 29,752,000,000B / 29GB
LUN 1 (Boot A):
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x400000 / 0,004,000,000B / 4MB
LUN 2 (Boot B):
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x400000 / 0,004,000,000B / 4MB
LUN 3:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x3C00000 / 0,060,000,000B / 60MB
Number of W-LUs found: 1
W-LUN 0xC4 (REPORT LUNS):
Block size: 0x100
Size: 0x400000 / 0,004,000,000B / 4MB
here is 4 LUs with:
Quote:
LUN0 Have 16 partitions
LUN1 Have 1 partitions
LUN2 Have 1 partitions
LUN3 Have 21 partitions
with 39 partion
Quote:
LUN0 (MODEMST1) [0x108000 0x180000] Size: 1.500MB
LUN0 (MODEMST2) [0x288000 0x180000] Size: 1.500MB
LUN0 (FSC) [0x408000 0x1000] Size: 4.0KB
LUN0 (SSD) [0x409000 0x2000] Size: 8.0KB
LUN0 (PERSIST) [0x40b000 0x2000000] Size: 32.0MB
LUN0 (EFS) [0x240b000 0x1400000] Size: 20.0MB
LUN0 (PARAM) [0x380b000 0xa00000] Size: 10.0MB
LUN0 (MISC) [0x420b000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (KEYSTORE) [0x430b000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN0 (DEVCFG) [0x438b000 0x20000] Size: 128.0KB
LUN0 (FRP) [0x43ab000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN0 (BOTA) [0x442b000 0xc00000] Size: 12.0MB
LUN0 (FOTA) [0x502b000 0x400000] Size: 4.0MB
LUN0 (PERSISTENT) [0x542b000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (APNHLOS) [0x552b000 0x5f00000] Size: 95.0MB
LUN0 (MODEM) [0xb42b000 0x5500000] Size: 85.0MB
LUN1 (XBL) [0x6000 0x300000] Size: 3.0MB
LUN2 (XBL) [0x6000 0x300000] Size: 3.0MB
LUN3 (RPM) [0x6000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN3 (TZ) [0x86000 0x200000] Size: 2.0MB
LUN3 (HYP) [0x286000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN3 (FSG) [0x306000 0x180000] Size: 1.500MB
LUN3 (SEC) [0x486000 0x4000] Size: 16.0KB
LUN3 (PMIC) [0x48a000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN3 (DSP) [0x50a000 0x1000000] Size: 16.0MB
LUN3 (DIP) [0x150a000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN3 (MDTP) [0x160a000 0x2000000] Size: 32.0MB
LUN3 (ABOOT) [0x360a000 0x200000] Size: 2.0MB
LUN3 (DEVINFO) [0x380a000 0x1000] Size: 4.0KB
LUN3 (BLUETOOTH) [0x380b000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN3 (LKSECAPP) [0x390b000 0x60000] Size: 384.0KB
LUN3 (KEYMASTER) [0x396b000 0x40000] Size: 256.0KB
LUN3 (CMNLIB) [0x39ab000 0x40000] Size: 256.0KB
LUN3 (CMNLIB64) [0x39eb000 0x40000] Size: 256.0KB
LUN3 (APDP) [0x3a2b000 0x20000] Size: 128.0KB
LUN3 (MSADP) [0x3a4b000 0x20000] Size: 128.0KB
LUN3 (DPO) [0x3a6b000 0x1000] Size: 4.0KB
LUN3 (DDR) [0x3a6c000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN3 (PAD) [0x3b6c000 0x8f000] Size: 572.0KB
i make dump with this size :

UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_0_00000000_100000000.bin 4.00 GB (4,294,967,296 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_1_00000000_00400000.bin 4.00 MB (4,194,304 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_2_00000000_00400000.bin 4.00 MB (4,194,304 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_3_00000000_03C00000.bin 60.0 MB (62,914,560 bytes)

and write those dumps to the same UFS chip(KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1) but. after soldering chip on the logic board no boot and detect by cpu with pc
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how to make dump from devices with UFS chip?
for example, I have SM-G930V

here is 4 LUs with:

with 39 partion
i make dump with this size :

UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_0_00000000_100000000.bin 4.00 GB (4,294,967,296 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_1_00000000_00400000.bin 4.00 MB (4,194,304 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_2_00000000_00400000.bin 4.00 MB (4,194,304 bytes)
UFS_KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1_3_00000000_03C00000.bin 60.0 MB (62,914,560 bytes)

and write those dumps to the same UFS chip(KLUBG4G1CE-B0B1) but. after soldering chip on the logic board no boot and detect by cpu with pc
??? no answer!!!....................
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??? no answer!!!....................
LUNs configs are identical of both UFS chips?
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LUNs configs are identical of both UFS chips?
sure, they are.
read from working chip with same name (ufs)
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sure, they are.
read from working chip with same name (ufs)
uoload please UFS config from old and new IC

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Old 11-29-2019, 09:44   #102 (permalink)
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I want to recover data from samsung sm-g925f with chip-off
Any info on this problem?
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Setting interface to EasyJtag2/UFS
Socket Information :
Socket Mark: EasyJTAG UFS Socket BGA-95 by EasyJTAG 26.05.19
Socket Serial: 012XXXXXXXXX63C6EE
UFS Power Information :
Mode: Low, VCC: 3259mV, VCCQ2: 1828mV
UFS Device Information :
UFS Manufacturer: SKHYNIX, UFS ProductName: HBG4a
UFS OemID: 01AD, UFS SerialNumber: 0x0228052D7A80
Maximum Number of LUs: 0, Number of LUs found: 0, Number of WLUs found: 0, LUs Re-configure: Enabled
This UFS is temporarily not supported.
UFS Init completed.
Did someone ever found a solution to recover Data of this Chip?
I couldnt find any programmer which supports it.
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Did someone ever found a solution to recover Data of this Chip?
I couldnt find any programmer which supports it.
This chips need work only at "Low" voltage
And it will be dead some next time

You need select "Low" voltage
You need select "Disable UFS safe mode" at setting
And pray to recover all Data )
Use EasyJTAG Plus software with Low voltage and Explorer
Do it faster - go to needed folder and save files

And you need return "Disable UFS safe mode" at setting to Safe mode after
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Old 12-02-2019, 15:29   #104 (permalink)
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This chips need work only at "Low" voltage
And it will be dead some next time

You need select "Low" voltage
You need select "Disable UFS safe mode" at setting
And pray to recover all Data )
Use EasyJTAG Plus software with Low voltage and Explorer
Do it faster - go to needed folder and save files

And you need return "Disable UFS safe mode" at setting to Safe mode after

Thank you for your answere, but it's not working:



Identify UFS Chip.
UFS Chip Voltage: Low
Can't init device, Code: -115, Reason: Wrong socket type, this socket licensed for another chip type
VCC: 3292mV
VCCQ2: 1794mV
Manufacturer: SKHYNIX
ProductName: HBG4a
SerialNumber: 0x0228B722A380
OemID: 01AD
Done.

I can't find the disable UFS safe Mode in the easy jtag plus software.


Is there any other chance to recover the data?

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Old 12-02-2019, 15:40   #105 (permalink)
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Hi,dou you solution fix?
Mount [USERDATA] SKIPPED PartType: Full Disk Encryption
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