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 Post subject: Pinout of monolithic Pen drive DTSE9 8GB
PostPosted: January 14th, 2015, 9:52 
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Hello everyone;

I have a monolithic USB PEN DRIVE, it seems that the controller is damaged and i can´t get the dta from it, so i would like to know if there a possibility o recover the data from it. The pictures below shows the type of pen drive that i have. I'm not findinding any kind of way to recover the data from it. Any sugestions?

Thank you very mutch.


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 Post subject: Re: Pinout of monolithic Pen drive DTSE9 8GB
PostPosted: January 14th, 2015, 10:47 
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A DATA Recovery lab can connect to the round pads and attempt to access the NAND directly. It is a common recovery, though success varies.
If you do not own Flash recovery tools, this is not DIY due to the complexity of wear levelling algorithms, DATA whitening and knowing how to successfully dump the NAND in the first place (pinouts, chip config etc.)

If you say your location, a local DR Lab can be suggested.


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PostPosted: January 14th, 2015, 19:48 
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http://odzyskiwanie-danych.com.pl/image ... arvika.jpg looks same. My pinout should fit.

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Yes it is the same. How can i conect it to pc3000. Do you have any suggestion?

thanks. :D


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PostPosted: January 30th, 2015, 6:36 
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You will need a thin wires connected to special Monolith adapter this way

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PostPosted: January 30th, 2015, 8:34 
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That's a beautiful picture (but I am kinda biased!) Looks like in the process of pinout discovery for the wires to be also on SD Pads


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What a beautiful color of wires! I have only one color... ;)

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You can get cables like that (single strand) from old telephone cables - or new telephone cables :)

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Sasha Sheremetov wrote:
You will need a thin wires connected to special Monolith adapter this way

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I really like and love your work Sasha...

You and arvika (Michal)

Artistic work... :wink: :yayaya:

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Hi,
You can also use small copper wires from traffo

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RDane wrote:
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You can also use small copper wires from traffo


Rdane .
Can We Have a Link of What you are Referring To

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Amarbir wrote:
RDane wrote:
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You can also use small copper wires from traffo


Rdane .
Can We Have a Link of What you are Referring To


any thin wires will do, you just need to test to see how well it solders. common places to fild it: in DC power cords, split the strands - generally about .09mm, wrapping wire for transformers etc, can be pretty thin, usb cables, charger cables etc.


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HaQue wrote:
Amarbir wrote:
RDane wrote:
Hi,
You can also use small copper wires from traffo


Rdane .
Can We Have a Link of What you are Referring To


any thin wires will do, you just need to test to see how well it solders. common places to fild it: in DC power cords, split the strands - generally about .09mm, wrapping wire for transformers etc, can be pretty thin, usb cables, charger cables etc.


Oh ,
Was he referring to enameled copper wire ? i think so this is what he meant

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 Post subject: Re: Pinout of monolithic Pen drive DTSE9 8GB
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You can use basically any thin (0.05-0.1mm) enameled copper wire for more precise work, as RDane said.
This wire on picture is a way too thick for smallest monolith pads (vias) with diameter ~0.3mm, but works fine for Sandisk SDs

Thin one looks like this

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arvika wrote:
What a beautiful color of wires! I have only one color... ;)

From RJ45 we can get even more colors or hue,
or single wire from rj45 will be to tick? I think so, I will check


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cat5, cat6 cable way too thick. make sure you test with vernier calipers and make sure wire thickness < 0.1mm


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