Data from Iphone

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Data from Iphone

Post by blerrr9 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:51 pm

Well unfortunately I just break my phone.. Half of the data wasn't uploaded to cloud. Is there still a way to save my data from the phone ?

The phone can't turned on anymore. Almost break in half. I think there's no way to get it back right ? Please don't ask why

Thanks guys. ♥
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Re: Data from Iphone

Post by newkidontheblock » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:23 am

What you are asking might be beyond the help of any tech center in Cambodia.

Phone is almost broken in half and doesn’t turn on means the lightning connector itself is broken or the power cable from the connector. This means the phone needs to be taken apart. Assuming the motherboard, screen, chips and all the circuits aren’t broken, the data might be able to accessed. A simple replacement of the lighting connector plug might work.

If the motherboard and or circuits are broken it gets a lot tougher.

Relevant chips would have to be removed and individually accessed. iPhone data is stored in 3 locations with a security chip encrypting everything.

Such a job requires carnal knowledge of the iPhone.

It will cost several multiples of the cost of buying a new iPhone, if even possible.

Try an apple store Genius Bar (non existent in Cambodia) or a retired Apple iPhone engineer at the local bar.

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Re: Data from Iphone

Post by blerrr9 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:30 am

newkidontheblock wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:23 am
What you are asking might be beyond the help of any tech center in Cambodia.

Phone is almost broken in half and doesn’t turn on means the lightning connector itself is broken or the power cable from the connector. This means the phone needs to be taken apart. Assuming the motherboard, screen, chips and all the circuits aren’t broken, the data might be able to accessed. A simple replacement of the lighting connector plug might work.

If the motherboard and or circuits are broken it gets a lot tougher.

Relevant chips would have to be removed and individually accessed. iPhone data is stored in 3 locations with a security chip encrypting everything.

Such a job requires carnal knowledge of the iPhone.

It will cost several multiples of the cost of buying a new iPhone, if even possible.

Try an apple store Genius Bar (non existent in Cambodia) or a retired Apple iPhone engineer at the local bar.
Really thanks for the info. I will try to find it. Thanks a lot man.. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
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