Samsung introduced UFS flash memory with the Samsung Galaxy S6 on account of it’s faster read/write speeds compared with eMMC chips. Samsung uses UFS in the S7 and will in the S8, and the technology is being adopted in flagship devices from other manufacturers. Performing chip-off on UFS flash memory is possible but requires specific equipment and variations on standard techniques.
Our 4½ Flash Memory Chip Removal training course teaches students how to safely remove and recover evidence from eMMC, UFS and proprietary flash memory chip formats. The techniques are ideally suited to locked, damaged or unsupported devices where no other practical option exists for extracting data. Students will get hands-on experience of performing chip-off on a Samsung Galaxy S6.
Here’s what delegates on our March 2017 course had to say:
- “Probably the most I’ve learnt on any course I’ve been on. Good group and good trainers and good learning material”
- “Very professional and enthusiastic trainers who are a credit to the company. I would have no hesitation in recommending this course or any other Control-F courses”
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