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NAND/eMMC Chip readers

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  • NAND/eMMC Chip readers

    Hello everyone.
    i found something pretty cheap and interesting on amazon:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/eMCP-SD-ALL...allsocket+EMMC

    https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07...3T2BLV2EY&th=1

    is there any chance to skip the form-factor nightmare and just buy ll these suspiciously cool guys?
    and uh, also, will it get me into a nightmare of combining two or more chip images in case they were working in raid-like manner or it could be just glued together and mounted as an image?
    Last edited by Inwerp; 07-16-2018, 02:42 PM. Reason: forgot the second link

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    Which chips are you trying to read? Most have encryption and/or compression so there is no useful data to be extracted from SSDs directly from the NAND.

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    • #3
      well afaik not all SSD use hardware encryption, also i have no idea if it is implemented in MAC SSD. chip readers are quite popular with phone data recovery, so i was wondering if it worth giving a shot for SSDs

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      • #4
        Waste of time especially if there is more than 1 NAND and unknown encryption/compression. On an android phone this is possible is some cases but forget about SSDs like that.

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