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Old 12-04-2019, 09:32   #106 (permalink)
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Hi,dou you solution fix?
Mount [USERDATA] SKIPPED PartType: Full Disk Encryption



No Solution Available For FDE (Full Disk Encryption)...It Works Only Without Encrypted Userdata Till Android 6.0 Or Earlier...
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Old 12-11-2019, 22:25   #107 (permalink)
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Code: -403 ?????

Identify UFS Chip.
UFS Chip Voltage: Low
VCC: 3309mV
VCCQ2: 1865mV
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
ProductName: KM2B8001CM-BB01
SerialNumber: 332991b5ef1d
OemID: SAMSUNG_OEM_ID
Maximum Number of LUs: 8
Number of LUs found: 6
LUN 0:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x3A2E000000 / 232,736,000,000B / 232GB
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: 0x8000000 / 0,128,000,000B / 128MB
LUN 4:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x100000000 / 4,000,000,000B / 4GB
LUN 5:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x60000000 / 1,512,000,000B / 1GB
Number of W-LUs found: 1
W-LUN 0xC4 (REPORT LUNS):
Block size: 0x100
Size: 0x1000000 / 0,016,000,000B / 16MB
Full size: 0x3B97800000 / 238,376,000,000B / 238GB

Read GPT From LUN 0.
Partition info successfully found
Found Data areas (firmware parts) count is: 13
---------------------------------------------

P0 (SSD) [0x6000 0x2000] Size: 8.0KB
P1 (PERSIST) [0x8000 0x2000000] Size: 32.0MB
P2 (MISC) [0x2008000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
P3 (KEYSTORE) [0x2108000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
P4 (FRP) [0x2188000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
P5 (VM-KYSTORE) [0x2208000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
P6 (VM-DATA) [0x2308000 0xa00000] Size: 10.0MB
P7 (VM-SYSTEM) [0x2d08000 0x8000000] Size: 128.0MB
P8 (VM-LINUX) [0xad08000 0x2000000] Size: 32.0MB
P9 (CACHE) [0xcd08000 0x10000000] Size: 256.0MB
P10 (SYSTEM) [0x1cd08000 0x136c00000] Size: 4.855GB
P11 (ODM) [0x153908000 0x10000000] Size: 256.0MB
P12 (USERDATA) [0x163908000 0x38ca6f3000] Size: 227.162GB
------ Android information ------

Detected LINUX(Android) SYSTEM : 0x001CD08000 (4.855GB)
Unable to read prop.plist , code : 2
---------------------------------------------

Detected USERDATA USERDATA : 0x0163908000 (227.162GB)
Unable to mount USERDATA , code : 95
Z3X EasyJtag Software ver. 3.6.1.4
UFS Socket Info.
Serial: 0123512AF7EB3812EE
Description: EasyJTAG UFS Socket 3 in 1 by MOORC 15.05.19

Read UFS LUN0, Address:1CD08000 ,Length: 136C00000
Output file :C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\Reno\LUN0_8G\UFS_K M2B8001CM-BB01332991b5ef1d_LU0_0x1cd08000_SYSTEM_0x136c00000 .bin
Start
Can't read address 0x22308000, Code: -403, Reason: UAP SCSI: Command sense: MEDIUM_ERROR
Read, time taken: 392 sec. Average Reading Speed: 229 kB/s
Done.
Well i have good news for you, I did two things to fix this error, You need perfect reball + try to keep the socket cool with extra cooling(be creative). I cant pin point what it was since i did both at the same time and i was able to extract whole partition. Good Luck
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Old 12-12-2019, 14:23   #108 (permalink)
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Identify UFS Chip.
UFS Chip Voltage: Low
Can't init device, Code: -112, Reason: Can't boot device
VCC: 3331mV
VCCQ2: 2807mV
Manufacturer: SKHYNIX
ProductName: HBG4a
SerialNumber: 0x03BCAC0CEAE0
OemID: 01AD
Сделано.
Ufs safe mode is disable.
chip is dead?
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Question H28U64222MMR still not supported?

Hello,
this memory and other different memories from g935f give this error:


Other memories from g920, g930 were succesfully read.
Is it crypted or why is giving this message?
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Old 01-08-2020, 09:19   #110 (permalink)
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Hello,
this memory and other different memories from g935f give this error:[/IMG]

Other memories from g920, g930 were succesfully read.
Is it crypted or why is giving this message?
Kind Regards!

Where is error?
Chip is not supported

http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f672...l#post13913962
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Old 01-19-2020, 15:48   #111 (permalink)
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Moorc icfriend Sockets has 2 lanes design. You can open it.
UFS LS 1 lane is 0.6-2.5MB/S. UFS-LS 2 lanes is 5-10MB/S.



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Have one form to determine if Lane 1 or 2 Whitout Dissasembly?
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Old 01-19-2020, 20:16   #112 (permalink)
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Have one form to determine if Lane 1 or 2 Whitout Dissasembly?
http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f672.../#post13728165
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Old 02-05-2020, 06:36   #113 (permalink)
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please make a video,how to read and write file important from ufs ic,and how to repartition ufs ic,or make a video repair ufs ic with easy jtag plus + ic friend until normal,
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Old 02-17-2020, 07:59   #114 (permalink)
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Z3X EasyJtag Software ver. 3.6.2.3
UFS Socket Info.
Serial: 0123C582B06729FDEE
Description: EasyJTAG UFS Socket 3 in 1 by MOORC 15.05.19

Identify UFS Chip.
UFS Chip Voltage: High
VCC: 3297mV
VCCQ2: 2835mV

Chip Info:
Manufacturer: TOSHIBA
ProductName: THGLF2G8J4LBATD
SerialNumber: DKN9XU004F00
UFS Version: 2.0

Maximum Number of LUs: 8
Number of LUs found: 4
LUN 0:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x772400000 / 29,804,000,000B / 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: 0x800000 / 0,008,000,000B / 8MB
Number of W-LUs found: 1
W-LUN 0xC4 (REPORT LUNS):
Block size: 0x100
Size: 0x400000 / 0,004,000,000B / 4MB
Full size: 0x773C00000 / 29,828,000,000B / 29GB

Health:
Device life time method A: Exceeded
Device life time method B: 0%-10%
Used more then 90% of reserved blocks

Chip config is OTP

Checking LU for partitioning
LUN0 Have 17 partitions
LUN1 Have no partitions
LUN2 Have no partitions
Invalid partition data!
LUN3 Have no partitions
------ Detected 17 partitions ------
LUN0 (BOTA0) [0x400000 0x400000] Size: 4.0MB
LUN0 (BOTA1) [0x800000 0x400000] Size: 4.0MB
LUN0 (EFS) [0xc00000 0x1400000] Size: 20.0MB
LUN0 (PARAM) [0x2000000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (BOOT) [0x2800000 0x1c00000] Size: 28.0MB
LUN0 (RECOVERY) [0x4400000 0x2200000] Size: 34.0MB
LUN0 (OTA) [0x6600000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (RADIO) [0x6e00000 0x2a00000] Size: 42.0MB
LUN0 (TOMBSTONES) [0x9800000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (DNT) [0x9900000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (PERSISTENT) [0x9a00000 0xc0000] Size: 768.0KB
LUN0 (STEADY) [0x9ac0000 0x40000] Size: 256.0KB
LUN0 (PERSDATA) [0x9b00000 0x900000] Size: 9.0MB
LUN0 (SYSTEM) [0xa400000 0x106800000] Size: 4.101GB
LUN0 (CACHE) [0x110c00000 0xc800000] Size: 200.0MB
LUN0 (HIDDEN) [0x11d400000 0x9600000] Size: 150.0MB
LUN0 (USERDATA) [0x126a00000 0x64b400000] Size: 25.175GB
------------------------------------
Read SYSTEM from LUN0.
------ Android information ------
Detected LINUX(Android) SYSTEM : 0x000A400000 (4.101GB)
Short EXT fs info:
Size: 4.68GB
Block size: 4.0KB
Inode size: 256
Inodes: 267168
Short Android info:
Backup saved: BuildProp_20200217_1125.txt
---------------------------------------------
Read USERDATA from LUN0.
Detected USERDATA USERDATA : 0x0126A00000 (25.175GB)
Short EXT fs info:
Size: 25.174GB
Block size: 4.0KB
Inode size: 256
Inodes: 827392
Short userdata info:
Unable to read gesture.key , code 2
Selected UFS Interface
Done.

Z3X EasyJtag Software ver. 3.6.2.3
UFS Socket Info.
Serial: 0123C582B06729FDEE
Description: EasyJTAG UFS Socket 3 in 1 by MOORC 15.05.19

Identify UFS Chip.
UFS Chip Voltage: High
VCC: 3272mV
VCCQ2: 2832mV

Chip Info:
Manufacturer: TOSHIBA
ProductName: THGLF2G8J4LBATD
SerialNumber: DKN9XU004F00
UFS Version: 2.0

Maximum Number of LUs: 8
Number of LUs found: 4
LUN 0:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x772400000 / 29,804,000,000B / 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: 0x800000 / 0,008,000,000B / 8MB
Number of W-LUs found: 1
W-LUN 0xC4 (REPORT LUNS):
Block size: 0x100
Size: 0x400000 / 0,004,000,000B / 4MB
Full size: 0x773C00000 / 29,828,000,000B / 29GB

Health:
Device life time method A: Exceeded
Device life time method B: 0%-10%
Used more then 90% of reserved blocks

Chip config is OTP

Read UFS LUN0, Address: 0x0 ,Length: 0x772400000
Output file :E:\New folder (2)\New folder\UFS_THGLF2G8J4LBATD_0_00000000_772400000.bi n
Start
Can't read address 0x0, Code: -403, Reason: UAP SCSI: Command sense: MEDIUM_ERROR
Done.

Can't read ufs
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i'm trying to fix samsung A505f bootloader, but I can't find sboot and cm partitions




Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
ProductName: KLUCG4J1ED-B0C1
SerialNumber: 0x37E8172D04057EC817E8D2FBFA81534130354E4E475A3031
OemID: SAMSUNG_OEM_ID
UFS Version: 2.1

Maximum Number of LUs: 8
Number of LUs found: 5
LUN 0:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0xEE4800000 / 59,584,000,000B / 59GB
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: 0x800000 / 0,008,000,000B / 8MB
LUN 4:
Block size: 0x1000
Size: 0x800000 / 0,008,000,000B / 8MB
Number of W-LUs found: 1
W-LUN 0xC4 (REPORT LUNS):
Block size: 0x100
Size: 0x1000000 / 0,016,000,000B / 16MB
Full size: 0xEE6800000 / 59,616,000,000B / 59GB

Health:
Device life time method A: 0%-10%
Device life time method B: 0%-10%
Used less then 80% of reserved blocks

Chip config is OTP

Checking LU for partitioning
LUN0 Have 32 partitions
LUN1 Have no partitions
LUN2 Have no partitions
LUN3 Have 1 partitions
LUN4 Have no partitions
------ Detected 33 partitions ------
LUN0 (BOTA0) [0x400000 0x480000] Size: 4.500MB
LUN0 (BOTA1) [0x880000 0x780000] Size: 7.500MB
LUN0 (EFS) [0x1000000 0x1400000] Size: 20.0MB
LUN0 (PARAM) [0x2400000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (UP_PARAM) [0x2c00000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (KEYSTORAGE) [0x3400000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN0 (SEC_EFS) [0x3480000 0x1400000] Size: 20.0MB
LUN0 (BOTA2) [0x4880000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (STEADY) [0x5080000 0x400000] Size: 4.0MB
LUN0 (UH) [0x5480000 0x200000] Size: 2.0MB
LUN0 (UHCFG) [0x5680000 0x400000] Size: 4.0MB
LUN0 (DTB) [0x5a80000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (DTBO) [0x6280000 0x800000] Size: 8.0MB
LUN0 (BOOT) [0x6a80000 0x3700000] Size: 55.0MB
LUN0 (RECOVERY) [0xa180000 0x4080000] Size: 64.500MB
LUN0 (RADIO) [0xe200000 0x3200000] Size: 50.0MB
LUN0 (NAD_REFER) [0x11400000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (PERSISTENT) [0x11500000 0x80000] Size: 512.0KB
LUN0 (MISC) [0x11580000 0x100000] Size: 1.0MB
LUN0 (KEYREFUGE) [0x11680000 0x1000000] Size: 16.0MB
LUN0 (KEYDATA) [0x12680000 0x1000000] Size: 16.0MB
LUN0 (DQMDBG) [0x13680000 0x1000000] Size: 16.0MB
LUN0 (VBMETA) [0x14680000 0x10000] Size: 64.0KB
LUN0 (BOTA3) [0x14690000 0x170000] Size: 1.437MB
LUN0 (SYSTEM) [0x14800000 0x14b400000] Size: 5.175GB
LUN0 (VENDOR) [0x15fc00000 0x32000000] Size: 800.0MB
LUN0 (PRODUCT) [0x191c00000 0x19000000] Size: 400.0MB
LUN0 (CACHE) [0x1aac00000 0x19000000] Size: 400.0MB
LUN0 (OMR) [0x1c3c00000 0x3200000] Size: 50.0MB
LUN0 (CP_DEBUG) [0x1c6e00000 0x500000] Size: 5.0MB
LUN0 (NAD_FW) [0x1c7300000 0x1400000] Size: 20.0MB
LUN0 (USERDATA) [0x1c8700000 0xd1bc00000] Size: 52.433GB
LUN3 (CPEFS) [0x6000 0x600000] Size: 6.0MB
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Is it possible to work with UFS chips via ISP?
Are there any exceptions?
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Is it possible to work with UFS chips via ISP?
Are there any exceptions?
you need buy bga254 adapter with ISP pins and find ISP pins on PCB (rarely)
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Old 03-16-2020, 04:07   #119 (permalink)
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What happens when both chips are prompted like this
UFS Chip Voltage: Low
Can't init device, Code: -108, Reason: UTP: response timeout
VCC: 2529mV
VCCQ2: 1387mV

Done
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Z3X EasyJtag Software ver. 3.6.2.3
UFS Socket Info.
Serial: 0123490053825CDAEE
Description: EasyJTAG UFS Socket BGA-254 by EasyJTAG 11.01.20

Can't open link, Code: -56, Reason: BOX: Chip not connected
Done.
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