Sasha Sheremetov wrote:
3 months is good time for very basic stuff in this IMHO
Gotta agree here.
If a Person Cannot Learn Even Basics In Flash in Three Months Then He Should Giveup This Profession And Start Farming Its a Good Business
But I learned guitar for 12 years, then taught myself for 10 more. Found a new teacher a few years back to help with things and learnt more in 6 months that all the rest put together.
Also when I started flash I wasted a good 6 months trying to gateher information from anywhere while just playing with devices with no direction. I think all I learnt really was there was nothing out there at all apart from 2 tools and their support. That changed alot with Rusolut and their website holdiing probably the most documentation on flash in existence. And as Arvika said, you need experience. period.
You can buy a tool and start recovering early, IF the tool supports your devices you get in. Any real research will be beyond you unless you have some strong background in electronics/embedded systems and possibly a few others. Forensics can help a little, but forensics really dont get the time to dig in enough, the goal is different.
If you buy a tool that allows lic transfers, you can try it out and see if it is a fit.