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CellDEK User’s Manual
Version: 1.23
Date: 10/19/12
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Limitation of Liability and Warranty Information
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INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO PROPERTY DAMAGE, LOSS OF TIME OR DATA
FROM USE OF A LOGICUBE PRODUCT, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES RESULTING
FROM PRODUCT MALFUNCTION OR FAILURE OF (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
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PRODUCTS. HOWEVER, THE CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY THAT THE
OUTPUT OF LOGICUBE PRODUCT MEETS THE CUSTOMER’S QUALITY REQUIREMENT.
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LOGICUBE PRODUCT AND/OR SOFTWARE, OR HARDWARE PROBLEMS, CAN
CAUSE LOSS OF DATA, DEFECTIVE FORMATTING, OR DATA LOADING. LOGICUBE
WILL MAKE EFFORTS TO SOLVE OR REPAIR ANY PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED BY
CUSTOMER, EITHER UNDER WARRANTY OR ON A TIME AND MATERIALS BASIS.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
USE OF THE CELLDEK OR CELLDEK TEK DEVICE TO GAIN
UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO A COMPUTER, TELEPHONE OR PDA MAY
VIOLATE VARIOUS UNITED STATES FEDERAL AND STATE CRIMINAL
STATUTES AND/OR UK STATUTES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
THE COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT, PUB L. NO. 98-473, 98 STAT.
2190; 18 U.S.C. §§ 1029, ET SEQ. AND VARIOUS UK STATUES SUCH AS
THE COMPUTER MISUSE ACT 1980, COMMUNICATION CT 2003 AND
THE REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000.
BY OPENING OF THE ATTACHED PACKAGE, CUSTOMER AGREES
THAT:
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(A) THE CELLDEK DEVICE WILL ONLY BE USED IN A
LAWFUL MANNER;
(B) CUSTOMER WILL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS
SELLER FROM ALL FEES, EXPENSES, LOSSES, LIABILITIES
AND DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
LEGAL FEES RESULTING FROM A BREACH OR
VIOLATION OF THE FOREGOING.
Warranty
LOGICUBE PROVIDES A BASIC ONE-YEAR PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY FOR ALL
OF ITS PRODUCTS (EXCLUDING CABLES, ADAPTERS AND OTHER “CONSUMABLE”
ITEMS). A ONE-YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR AN ADDED
COST. TELEPHONE AND EMAIL SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE FOR THE LIFE OF THE
PRODUCT AS DEFINED BY LOGICUBE. MODIFYING OR TAMPERING WITH THE
HARDWARE AND/OR SOFTWARE OF THE PRODUCT WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
For further assistance please contact Logicube Technical Support at:+1-818-700-8488, or by email to
techsupport@logicube.com. Phone support is available 7AM-5PM weekdays (excluding US national
holidays)
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LOGICUBE PRODUCTS COMPLY WITH THE EUROPEAN UNION RESTRICTION
OF THE USE OF CERTAIN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES IN ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT, ROHS DIRECTIVE (2002/95/EC).
THE ROHS DIRECTIVE PROHIBITS THE SALE OF CERTAIN ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT CONTAINING SOME HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES SUCH AS
MERCURY, LEAD, CADMIUM, HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM AND CERTAIN FLAMERETARDANTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. THIS DIRECTIVE APPLIES TO
ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS PLACED ON THE EU MARKET AFTER JULY 1, 2006.
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Logicube Declaration of Conformity
LOGICUBE DECLARES THAT THIS PRODUCT MEETS ALL
APPROPRIATE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) HEALTH, SAFETY, AND
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS, WHICH ENSURE CONSUMER
AND WORKPLACE SAFETY. IT IS IN COMPLIENCE WITH ALL
REQUIREMENTS AND PROVISIONS OF DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, AND
ALL OTHER RELEVANT DIRECTIVES.
PLEASE CONTACT LOGICUBE, INC. FOR A COPY OF THIS DECLARATION.
End User License Agreement (EULA)
LOGICUBE, INC. OWNS THE CELLDEK SOFTWARE AND HEREBY GRANTS THE
LICENSEE A LIMITED, PERPETUAL, NON-EXCLUSIVE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE
LICENSE TO USE THE SOFTWARE SOLELY IN THE COURSE OF LAWFULLY
OPERATING THE DEVICE WITH WHICH THE SOFTWARE IS INTEGRATED, AND
FOR NO OTHER PURPOSE. A COPY OF THE LICENSE MAY BE VIEWED FROM
WITHIN THE CELLDEK APPLICATION AND THE END USER WILL BE PROMPTED
TO ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THE LICENSE PRIOR TO INITIAL USE OF THE
DEVICE. A COPY OF THE LICENSE IS INCLUDED IN THE USERS MANUAL OR
YOU MAY CONTACT LOGICUBE, INC. FOR A COPY.
THE DEVICE ALSO CONTAINS AN EMBEDDED PC. THE END USER SOFTWARE
LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR SOFTWARE CONTAINED WITHIN THE EMBEDDED PC
IS PROVIDED AS A PAPER LICENSE ALONG WITH THE CELLDEK DEVICE IN THE
ATTACHED PACKAGE. BY USING THE SOFTWARE YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY
THE TERMS OF THE APPLICABLE LICENSE AGREEMENT. THIS LICENCE COVERS
THE OPERATING SYSTEM THAT SUPPORTS THE CELLDEK DEVICE SOFTWARE
AND ANY OTHER SOFTWARE CONTAINED ON THE EMBEDDED
LAPTOP. PLEASE NOTE THE WARRANTY RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESSING THE
EMBEDDED PC. A COPY OF THIS LICENSE IS ALSO AVAILABLE FROM LOGICUBE,
INC.
NOTE: Opening the CellDEK faceplate to access the embedded PC will void the warranty.
NOTE: “Hacking” the CellDEK application to access the embedded PC’s Operating System will
also void the warranty. Logicube can reload the CellDEK application for a substantial fee.
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Table of Contents
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND WARRANTY INFORMATION ................................................ II
LOGICUBE DISCLAIMER ....................................................................................................................... II
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY ...................................................................... II
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................................. III
LOGICUBE ROHS COMPLIANCE STATEMENT .............................................................................. III
LOGICUBE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................................................................. IV
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (EULA) ...................................................................................... IV
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1. INTRODUCTION TO CELLDEK ......................................................................................................... 9
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................... 9
RECOMMENDED USE OF CELLDEK ............................................................................................................10
CURRENT SOFTWARE VERSION OF CELLDEK ............................................................................................10
FEATURES ..................................................................................................................................................11
USING THIS GUIDE ......................................................................................................................................11
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................11
2. GETTING STARTED .............................................................................................................................13
OVERVIEW OF THE CELLDEK ............................................................................................................13
SETTING UP CELLDEK ..........................................................................................................................15
BATTERY STATUS ......................................................................................................................................15
CHARGING CELLDEK Z .............................................................................................................................15
POWERING UP CELLDEK ...........................................................................................................................15
VIRUS PROTECTION ....................................................................................................................................18
INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................................................18
VIRUS UPDATES .........................................................................................................................................19
VIRUS CHECKER .........................................................................................................................................19
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................19
CHECKING FOR INFECTION .........................................................................................................................20
WINDOWS MALICIOUS SOFTWARE REMOVAL TOOL SCREEN SHOTS .........................................................21
CELLDEK OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................22
TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION ...................................................................................................................23
Calibrating the Asus model ...................................................................................................................23
Calibrating the Fujitsu model................................................................................................................24
Calibrating the Panasonic model ..........................................................................................................25
IDENTIFYING A TARGET DEVICE ......................................................................................................26
ATTACHING A CELLULAR PHONE ...............................................................................................................26
Physical Extraction ...............................................................................................................................27
Logical Extraction .................................................................................................................................28
GENERIC EXTRACTION MODULE ................................................................................................................32
ATTACHING A PDA ....................................................................................................................................32
SIM CARD EXTRACTION ............................................................................................................................35
SIM PIN and PUK Codes ......................................................................................................................37
Dual SIM Extracted Data ......................................................................................................................37
ATTACHING A MEMORY FLASH CARD .......................................................................................................39
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Imaging Flash Media ............................................................................................................................41
ATTACHING A GPS DEVICE........................................................................................................................42
GENERIC GPS EXTRACTION .......................................................................................................................44
GPS TRACK LOGS ......................................................................................................................................45
OPENING GPSDATA.GPX OUTPUT FILES IN GOOGLE EARTH......................................................................46
GEO-TAG DATA FROM IMAGES ..................................................................................................................49
ATTACHING AN APPLE DEVICE ..................................................................................................................50
CONNECTION OPTIONS .........................................................................................................................51
Helper Icons ..........................................................................................................................................51
CABLE CONNECTION ..................................................................................................................................52
Unlocking a Blackberry Device .............................................................................................................52
INFRARED (IR) CONNECTION (CELL PHONES AND PDA’S) ........................................................................53
BLUETOOTH CONNECTION (CELL PHONES) ................................................................................................54
Cell Phone Connection ..........................................................................................................................55
CUSTOM EXTRACTION................................................................................................................................56
SIM CARDS AND FLASH MEMORY CARD CONNECTION .............................................................................56
MAIN CONNECTIVITY ICONS ..............................................................................................................57
OTHER CONNECTIVITY ICONS.............................................................................................................57
NETWORK ISOLATION (NIC) CARDS AND SIM CARD ID CLONING .........................................58
SIM CARD ID CLONING STEP-BY-STEP ......................................................................................................59
EXTRACTION WITHOUT A SIM CARD .................................................................................................65
CAPTURING NOKIA HANDSETS ..........................................................................................................66
NOKIA CA-42 CABLE INSTALLATION.........................................................................................................66
NOKIA FLASH ADAPTERS ...........................................................................................................................66
Attaching Nokia Flash Adapters ............................................................................................................67
3. CAPTURING DATA ...............................................................................................................................70
CASE DETAILS ..........................................................................................................................................70
OTHER NOTES ............................................................................................................................................71
DATA EXTRACTION ................................................................................................................................72
SEARCHING FOR DRIVERS ..........................................................................................................................72
STANDARD DATA EXTRACTION .................................................................................................................72
ABORT CAPTURE ........................................................................................................................................72
EXTENDED DATA EXTRACTION ..................................................................................................................73
SUPPORT FOR NON-LATIN LANGUAGES .....................................................................................................75
Special Note for Motorola and Sony Ericsson .......................................................................................75
OTHER DATA EXTRACTION NOTES ...................................................................................................76
ANDROID DEVICES .....................................................................................................................................76
Android Ad-hoc device rooting..............................................................................................................77
Android Email .......................................................................................................................................78
Android Location Information ...............................................................................................................78
Android files of Interest .........................................................................................................................79
Data Capture from Apple iPhone ..........................................................................................................79
Apple Location Information...................................................................................................................80
iPhone Dictionary Data.........................................................................................................................80
iPhone files of Interest ...........................................................................................................................80
Data Capture from Symbian OS ............................................................................................................81
Capture from Symbian UIQ 2nd & 3rd Edition OS .................................................................................81
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Symbian Event Logs ..............................................................................................................................82
Data Capture from Sony Ericsson Phones ............................................................................................83
Unlocking Sony Ericsson Handsets .......................................................................................................84
Blackberry PIN Numbers.......................................................................................................................86
Time/Date Stamps from Motorola Phones ............................................................................................87
Null Response from Siemens handsets ...................................................................................................87
SMS Attached Content ...........................................................................................................................87
Customized Blackberry Extractions ......................................................................................................88
Various WinMobile Devices ..................................................................................................................90
Other Extraction Notes ..........................................................................................................................90
4. ANALYZING CAPTURED DATA .......................................................................................................91
DISPLAYING EXTRACTED DATA ........................................................................................................91
VIEWING STANDARD DATA ........................................................................................................................92
MMS Messages ......................................................................................................................................94
Email Messages .....................................................................................................................................95
VIEWING EXTENDED DATA ........................................................................................................................96
DISPLAYING PREVIOUS EXTRACTIONS .......................................................................................................98
THE AUDIT TRAIL ...................................................................................................................................99
THE REPORT ...........................................................................................................................................100
SEARCHING REPORTS ...............................................................................................................................100
Loading a New Search List ..................................................................................................................101
Additional Report Searching Functionality .........................................................................................102
PRINTING REPORTS .............................................................................................................................103
CONNECTING A PRINTER TO CELLDEK ....................................................................................................103
SUPPORTED PRINTERS ..............................................................................................................................104
5. OTHER FEATURES ...........................................................................................................................105
MAIN APPLICATION SCREEN ............................................................................................................105
MANAGE FILES ......................................................................................................................................105
Extraction File Backup to CD .............................................................................................................112
UPGRADE SOFTWARE .........................................................................................................................114
iTunes Information and Updates .........................................................................................................115
iPhone Support – User Application Notes ...........................................................................................118
APPLE IPHONE POP-UP WINDOW .............................................................................................................119
APPLE IPHONE POP-UP WINDOW REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................120
SYSTEM SETUP .......................................................................................................................................123
LOGICAL EXTRACTION .............................................................................................................................123
PHYSICAL EXTRACTION ...........................................................................................................................125
REPORT BUTTON ......................................................................................................................................126
On Screen Report Settings ...................................................................................................................127
Output Report Settings ........................................................................................................................127
SECURITY BUTTON ...................................................................................................................................128
Security Erase ......................................................................................................................................129
INFORMATION BUTTON ............................................................................................................................130
VIRUS CHECK ...........................................................................................................................................130
AUXILIARY POWER PORT ..................................................................................................................131
SHUTTING DOWN CELLDEK ..............................................................................................................131
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STANDBY MODE.......................................................................................................................................131
6. GLOSSARY AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .........................................................................132
SUPPORTED MANUFACTURERS .......................................................................................................132
GLOSSARY ...............................................................................................................................................132
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..............................................................................................................134
ERROR MESSAGES ................................................................................................................................135
7. SUPPORTED HANDSETS ..................................................................................................................137
HANDSETS TESTED ON CELLDEK AND THE RESULTS VERIFIED .........................................137
HANDSETS – EXPECTED SUPPORT .................................................................................................174
HANDSETS – OTHER .............................................................................................................................183
GPS DEVICE – VERIFIED CELLDEK SUPPORT ..............................................................................184
ADDITIONAL CABLE SUPPORT FOR PDAS ....................................................................................185
8. INDEX ....................................................................................................................................................187
9. CELLDEK SOFTWARE LICENSE ...................................................................................................189
CELLDEK SOFTWARE LICENSE - EU ...............................................................................................189
CELLDEK SOFTWARE LICENSE - US ...............................................................................................197
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE .....................................................................................................203
CELLDEK HARDWARE LICENSES ....................................................................................................209
TECHNICAL SUPPORT INFORMATION ............................................................................................214
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1. Introduction to CellDEK
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of CellDEK. This
unit will provide many years of dependable service if
used properly. It is designed to be utilized by the
expert and novice alike.
CellDEK stands for Cellular Data Extraction Kit. It is
designed to carry out data extractions from cell
phones, Satellite Navigation Devices, PDA’s, SIM
cards and flash based media. Data can be extracted
from phones and PDA’s using three connection
methods; data cables, infrared ports or Bluetooth
radio frequency communications. The target devices
may connect to CellDEK by one, two or all three of
these methods.
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The CellDEK software also helps with easy
identification of the target device and informs the user
of available connection methods. The user can select
the preferred connection method. Historically, data
cable connection has been time-consuming as it can
be difficult to locate and identify the correct data cable
for the target device. CellDEK eliminates this by
using a set of intelligent data cable connectors. Once
the target device has been identified, CellDEK
automatically selects the correct data cable connecter
from the connector rack. This is a fast and reliable
data cable connector selection process.
Recommended use of CellDEK
CellDEK is a forensically sound mobile phone and
PDA data extraction tool, able to obtain real time
intelligence from a mobile handset at a scene. It is
designed to extract as much information as possible
in a forensic manner and disclose any other
information which might be present but has not been
extracted. It is aimed at getting information
immediately from the mobile handset to help move
forward an investigation. CellDEK has been designed
with a full audit trail allowing users to demonstrate
when actions were taken. The examination is writeprotected to ensure that information cannot be written
to the handset or media card.
CellDEK has been tested on a large range of
handsets and its capabilities are displayed during the
data extraction process. The tests have verified
that CellDEK extracts data reliably. The User should
consult this information to ensure that the captured
data meets their needs
Users should consider using CellDEK in an
appropriate environment to prevent any messages or
calls being received which will change the data on the
handset. This can also be considered as interception.
The user should consult with their local authorities for
recommendations on legal implication of intercepting
data in the context of their examinations.
Current Software Version of CellDEK
As of this writing, the latest software version available
on CellDEK is 1.23.0.5.
Software updates are available by subscription only.
Please contact Logicube Sales or your CellDEK
Distributor to purchase a subscription.
New software features are listed in the CellDEK
activity log every time it is started.
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There are several changes to handsets that will result
from examination by CellDEK.
If an unread SMS is opened during the examination
process, the unread SMS status will change to
read on the phone or SIM card. However CellDEK
will report the original status of the message.
CellDEK operation will remove the missed call
message or symbol from the handset.
Bluetooth acquisitions will leave the extracting device
name in the “trusted devices” list in the handset
Bluetooth menu.
The extraction of SMS messages can be skipped thus
preventing these changes to the data on the handset.
A quarterly hardware and software upgrade package
is available by subscription. This will increase the
capabilities of CellDEK and ensure CellDEK develops
in line with new handsets and technologies
Features
Able to connect to a wide variety of cellular phone,
Satellite Navigation, SmartPhones, PDA (Personal
Digital Assistant) and Flash Memory devices.
Direct connection via cable, IR (Infrared) or Bluetooth.
Built-in cellular phone identification module.
Water-resistant, rugged carrying case.
Embedded PC with 30GB of storage.
MD5 Hash to ensure that captured data is not
tampered with.
Using this guide
This user guide is made up of 6 sections:
Introduction
Getting Started (Fast Start)
Capturing Data
Analyzing Captured Data
Other Features
FAQ’s and Troubleshooting Guide
System description
The CellDEK system is packed in a rugged, waterresistant carrying case. Inside, you will find the
following components:
Embedded PC built into the case.
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A stylus for use with the embedded PC’s touch
screen.
A set of intelligent data cables, which are able to
connect to a variety of cellular phones. These
cables are stored in sequential holders built into
the case lid.
1 Nokia CA-42 Cable.
Nokia Flash Adapters.
A SIM card adapter.
An AC power adapter that charges the internal battery
of CellDEK .
A Network Isolation Card (NIC), which is used to
isolate a target device from the network.
This manual.
NOTE: Opening the CellDEK faceplate to access the
embedded PC will void the warranty.
NOTE: “Hacking” the CellDEK application to access
the embedded PC’s Operating System will also void
the warranty. Logicube can reload the CellDEK
application for a substantial fee.
Figure 1 – CellDEK
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Overview of the CellDEK
Please refer to Figure 2 below.
Figure 2 – CellDEK Overview
1. TOUCH SCREEN - All of the CellDEK software
and user input is controlled from here.
2. AC POWER SOCKET – The AC power supply
plugs into this socket. The power supply
charges the CellDEK battery.
3. RULER – This ruler is used to measure the
dimensions of a suspect wireless device. It is
printed in mm and inches.
4. STYLUS – This can be used on the touch
screen instead of the user’s finger. It is more
precise and keeps the display clean.
5. CELL PHONE – This is one of many types of
cellular phones that can be connected to the
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CellDEK with one of the included adapter
cables.
6. PHONE CABLE ADAPTER STORAGE – This
rack is for cell phone adapter cables that are
not currently in use. It is also where the
CellDEK detects the adapter cable prior to a
capture.
7. USB PORT – This USB port is used to connect
an external USB drive for data backup
purposes. When used to extract data from a
USB drive, the port becomes write protected.
8. INFRARED (IR) EMITTER – During an infrared
capture, the wireless device’s IR port is pointed
toward this emitter
9. EXTERNAL MONITOR JACK – An external PC
monitor can be plugged into this port.
10. DC POWER PORT – This is a 12VDC power
socket that can be used to power external
devices like a jammer, light source, etc.
11. FLASH MEMORY CARD SLOTS – These
ports work for CF, SD, SM and Memory Stick
cards. Additional Flash memory cards of
different types can be attached via an adapter.
The slots are write-protected.
NOTE: Other flash-based media cards (i.e.
transflash cards) can be read in an adapter that
connects to one of the existing card reader slots.
Such adapters are available in any electronic
store.
12. SIM CARD ADAPTER SLOT – This port allows
users to capture data directly off the SIM or
USIM card. A SIM card adapter is provided for
this purpose.
13. PHONE CABLE JACK – When CellDEK
illuminates the correct adapter; it gets plugged
into this slot.
14. STORAGE AREA – This compartment can be
used to hold extra items, adapters, cables, etc.
It also contains a bag with additional adapters
that extend the functionality of certain cables
and the DKU Nokia cable.
NOTE: The CellDEK case lid should always remain
closed when the unit is charging or not in use.
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Setting Up CellDEK
Battery Status
Before CellDEK is powered up for the very first
time; it needs to have the battery charged. Attach
the AC cable into the AC socket and connect the
other end to an AC wall outlet. Make sure that the
CellDEK case is closed. Allow CellDEK to charge
for 24 hours prior to use.
The CellDEK main application screen displays the
battery life of the unit. When the battery has
depleted to around 5%, CellDEK will alert the user
to carry out a recharge. When the battery level
drops below this state, CellDEK will shut down and
will not restart correctly until the unit is charged.
Figure 3 below shows that the CellDEK battery is
about 60% charged:
Figure 3 – Battery Recharge State
Charging CellDEK
CellDEK may be charged with the included AC
power supply. The power supply can be plugged
into 110 or 230 VAC power.
Normal charge time = 8 Hours – A full charge will
give 3 hours of usage.
NOTE: The CellDEK lid should always remain
closed when the unit is charging or not in use.
Powering Up CellDEK
CellDEK is designed to boot quickly and with
minimal fuss. The procedure is as follows:
1. The power switch only moves vertically and is
located next to this symbol.
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Figure 4 – Power symbol
2. Slide the switch in an upwards direction and let
it go. CellDEK will initialize and boot-up the
CellDEK application.
3. At the login prompt, type CellDEK for the user
name and leave the password blank. This is
the operator login.
NOTE: The operator login restricts the use of
the device operating system solely for use of the
CellDEK application. The operator does not
have access to the operating system settings.
NOTE: Accessing the embedded PC’s
Operating System for purposes other than
running the CellDEK application will void the
warranty.
4. A small prompt will appear that asks where
CellDEK is being used. Choose USA for the
United States and its territories; otherwise
choose UK for the rest of the world.
Figure 5 – Country EULA Prompt
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5. The EULA (End User License Agreement) will
appear.
Figure 6 – End User License Agreement
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6. CellDEK will boot to the Main Application Menu.
Figure 7 – CellDEK Main Application Screen
Virus Protection
To enhance the security of the data held on
CellDEK it is recommended that the user installs
virus protection software on the unit. The user may
install virus protection of their choice through the
Windows interface.
Installation
To gain access to the windows desktop from the
main CellDEK application press the following where
applicable:
Insert a USB keyboard and press the return key or
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On older models: Open the storage compartment
and press the target ('bull's-eye' button) located
in the top left hand corner of the compartment.
On newer models: Press the screen option buttons
1 and 4 simultaneously which are located at the
bottom right corner of the screen.
When on the windows desktop you will need to run
'Shortcut to HideStartBar.exe' located on the
desktop (this may be located inside the unused
desktop items folder).
The virus software can then be installed using a CD
drive or from a USB thumb drive following the
providers installation instructions.
Virus Updates
To gain access to the windows desktop from the
main CellDEK application press the following where
applicable:
Virus protection software requires regular updates
in order to recognize the latest virus threats. The
update method can vary but usually requires an
update file to be downloaded on an internet
PC. This update file can then be copied to the
CellDEK desktop folder and the virus settings can
be set to point to the location. When the update
option is selected in the virus software, the software
will retrieve the file from the desktop folder rather
than from the internet. The desktop folder contents
can then be updated daily, weekly or when
required.
If virus protection software is installed we
recommend that the system is monitored for
changes in performance to the CellDEK
application. If the system performance is affected it
may be necessary to adjust the virus software
settings to enable CellDEK to operate without
restriction.
Virus Checker
A virus check option has been included within the
system setup menu. The user can now run a
malware removal tool to check for virus infection.
Introduction
Computer viruses are very common, easily spread
and can be difficult to remove. Viruses can cause
damage to computer systems by corrupting
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files, changing information and gathering personal
data. Generally, virus files can only infect a system
if the file is executed. This briefing note has been
produced to help identify infection of your
CellDEK unit.
Checking for Infection
The CellDEK software 1.16 and newer enables the
user to run a regular virus check on the system
within the system setup screen. On selection, the
‘Virus
Check’ will request for a USB key to be inserted
that contains the latest virus removal tool. The
selected tool will be copied to memory and can be
updated at anytime using the update button.
Figure 8 – CellDEK System Setup Screen
Figure 9 – Virus Check Screen
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A suitable free tool produced by Microsoft is listed
below. This tool checks for specific, prevalent
malicious software and helps remove any infection
found. This tool can be downloaded directly from
the Microsoft website and is updated with the latest
virus definitions on the second Tuesday of each
month:
http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.aspx
Please note that this tool may not remove all
known viruses. Other antivirus software may be
required to remove specific viruses or malware
not covered by this tool. Instructions on how to
install antivirus programs through the Windows
interface within CellDEK can be found in the
CellDEK Users’ Guide.
Note: The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software
Removal Tool is a single .exe file that is used to
locate and remove an infection only. It will not
install on the CellDEK system and will not actively
protect the CellDEK from further infection.
IMPORTANT: Other virus checking tools that have
not been tested by the CellDEK team are available.
Please proceed with caution when using untested
software. If the system performance is affected it
may be necessary to adjust the virus software
settings or remove entirely to enable CellDEK to
operate without restriction. Logicube is not liable for
damages or lost files when using untested
software.
Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool Screen Shots
Figure 10 – Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
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To prevent changes to the evidential data content
in the data files folder the user can select a custom
scan and choose to scan system folders only*.
Figure 11 – Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool cont’d.
*Carrying out a full or quick scan may result in files
that have been identified by the Microsoft Windows
Malicious Software Removal Tool as ‘malicious’, to
be removed from the CellDEK system. To protect
evidential files you may wish to isolate the data files
folder from the scan by selecting the customized
option
.
Data Files folder location: C://Program Files/FSS/CellDEK/Data Files
Note: Any files identified as ’malicious’ that are
removed from the data files folder during the scan
will remain listed as downloaded in the
CellDEK report.
CellDEK Operation
Figure 12 – Using the CellDEK stylus
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The CellDEK is operated via a touch screen
interface. A stylus is included and is stored in a
holder located directly above the touch screen.
NOTE: The CellDEK lid should always remain
closed when the unit is charging or not in use.
Touch Screen Calibration
The touch screen on the CellDEK can be calibrated.
There are two sets of instructions that can be
followed to perform a touch screen calibration
depending on the CellDEK you have.
1. Asus tablet – CellDEKs that have the power
switch on the bottom right hand corner of the
display.
2. Fujitsu tablet - CellDEKs that have power
switch on the top right hand corner of the
display.
3. Panasonic tablet - CellDEKs that require you to
open the storage area to turn the power on.
Calibrating the Asus model
1. Turn the CellDEK.
2. On the Windows Log On screen, tap OK to
log on to Windows.
3. The End User License Agreement should
appear. Do not do anything to the License
Agreement. Do not close it. Do not click
OK.
4. On the Windows desktop, double-tap the
Hide StartBar icon. If you cannot locate it
on the desktop, look for a folder called
“Unused Icons”. Double-tap that folder and
see if the Hide StartBar icon is there. After
double-tapping the Hide StartBar, the
Windows Start button should appear on the
bottom left of the screen.
5. Tap the Windows Start button.
6. Locate and tap Touch Panel Tool on the
left side. If this cannot be found, tap All
Programs then the Touch Panel Tool
folder. In that folder, you will find the
program called Touch Panel Tool.
7. The Touch Panel Tool window will appear.
NOTE: The Touch Panel Tool window
may appear behind the End User
License Agreement (EULA) window. If
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this happens, tap the Touch Panel Tool
window to bring it in front of the EULA.
8. In the Calibration section, make sure 9
Points is selected.
9. Tap the Calibration button. The calibration
screen will appear.
10. Tap the blinking symbol until it beeps or
stops blinking. There will be a total of 9
symbols to tap.
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11. After the 9 symbol, the calibration screen
will close and you will see the Touch Panel
Tool window.
12. Tap the Hide button to hide the Touch Panel
Tool window.
13. Accept the End User License Agreement to
load the CellDEK software.
Calibrating the Fujitsu model
1. Turn the CellDEK on.
2. On the Windows Log On screen, tap OK to
log on to Windows.
3. The End User License Agreement should
appear. Do not do anything to the License
Agreement. Do not close it. Do not click
OK.
4. Double-tap the Hide StartBar icon. If you
cannot locate it on the desktop, look for a
folder called “Unused Icons”. Double-tap
that folder and see if the Hide StartBar icon
is there. After double-tapping the Hide
StartBar, the Windows Start button should
appear on the bottom left of the screen.
5. Tap the Start button.
6. Tap Control Panel.
7. In the Control Panel, double-tap Tablet
Calibration.
8. Follow the instructions on the screen,
touching the red + marks. There will be 9 of
them (3 rows (top, middle, and bottom) and
3 columns (left, middle, and right).
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9. When you are done with the 9 mark, a pop
will appear “Calibration is succeeded.
Settings change is effective after system
restart”.
10. Tap OK, and close Control Panel window.
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11. Re-start system in order for settings to take
effect. Start, Shut Down.
12. Once re-started tap OK on Windows log in.
13. Tap OK on the End User License
Agreement to load the CellDEK software.
Calibrating the Panasonic model
Note: The steps below require a USB keyboard.
1. Turn the CellDEK on.
2. On the Windows Log On screen, tap OK to
log on to Windows.
3. The End User License Agreement should
appear. Do not do anything to the License
Agreement. Do not close it. Do not click
OK.
4. Attach the USB keyboard to the USB port.
5. Double-tap the Hide StartBar icon. If you
cannot locate it on the desktop, look for a
folder called “Unused Icons”. Double-tap
that folder and see if the Hide StartBar icon
is there. After double-tapping the Hide
StartBar, the Windows Start button should
appear on the bottom left of the screen.
6. Tap the Start button.
7. Tap Control Panel.
8. In the Control Panel, double-tap Mouse.
9. In the Mouse Properties window, tap the
TouchScreen tab.
10. In the Calibration & Test section, tap the
Calibration button. The screen should go
into calibration mode.
11. Follow the instructions on the screen,
touching the red + marks. There will be 9 of
them (3 rows (top, middle, and bottom) and
3 columns (left, middle, and right).
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12. When you are done with the 9 mark, the
mark will go back to the top left. At this
point, press the Enter key on the keyboard
and it will bring you back to the Mouse
Properties window.
13. Tap OK to close the Mouse Properties
window and close the Control Panel window.
14. Tap OK on the End User License
Agreement to load the CellDEK software.
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Identifying a Target Device
Target devices can be difficult to identify. Many
show the manufacturer’s name or logo, but not the
model name or number. This information is usually
displayed behind the battery of the target device. To
view the label, the target device would be powered
down and the battery removed.
On power-up a PIN or PUK number may be
required to unlock the target device. This number
can be obtained from the device’s network service
provider by authorized law enforcement personnel.
Identification of the target device is required to
determine which connection methods are available
(e.g. cable, infrared or Bluetooth) and for data
cables, the specific cable connector.
Attaching a Cellular Phone
Begin by tapping the Read New Device button on
the Main Application Screen. The Device Type
Selection screen will appear.
Figure 13a – Device Type Selection
Tap the Cell Phone button. The next screen
prompts the user to choose either logical or
physical extraction.
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Figure 13b – Extraction Type
Select Logical Extraction for most phones. Physical
Extraction is available for Android devices and
the Nokia 1100 only.
Physical Extraction
If Physical Extraction is selected, the following
screen will appear:
Figure 13c – O/S or Chipset screen
Select By O/S. This is the only option that is
selectable. ‘By Chipset’ is only available with
the Logicube CellXtract-TNT. Visit
http://www.logicube.com/shop/cellxtract-tnt/ for
more information on the CellXtract-TNT.
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Figure 13d – O/S Type
Select either Android O/S or Nokia 1100. If Android
O/S is selected, follow the on-screen
instructions on an Android O/S physical
extraction.
Logical Extraction
If Logical Extraction is selected, the manufacturer
list will appear. If the manufacturer is unknown,
the search is carried out on all manufacturers.
For a given manufacturer, CellDEK helps to identify
the target cellular phone as follows:
Selection from a model list
Selection from model images
Selection from a “short list” of model images
based on entered dimensions.
Figure 14 – Cell Phone Manufacturer
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Once the manufacturer is chosen, the Cell Phone
Selection Screen will appear.
Figure 15 – Cell Phone Selection
If the user knows the model of the cell phone, then
the List Models option should be selected. A
list will come up of all known models.
Figure 16 – Cell Phone Model List
Scroll down the list and select the model number of
the cell phone.
If the model is unknown, images of all models for
the chosen manufacturer are obtained by
selecting View Models.
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Figure 17 – Cell Phone Models
NOTE: Fully verified and supported handsets
are indicated by green “check marks”. Handsets
that are not supported but are expected to work
are indicated by amber check marks. Unverified
handsets have no check mark; so treat
extractions from these handsets as a minimum
data extraction.
NOTE: Some handsets can use a Network
Isolation card (NIC) during capture. This feature
is further explained in the Network Isolation
Card (NIC) section later in this chapter.
Scroll down the list and choose the image that
looks like the target cell phone.
You may be faced with a large list of cell phones.
To narrow down the search, tap the Back
button.
Select Refine List. The user has the option to
apply two filters. The user can choose to apply
either or both of these filters.
The first will narrow down the images shown using
physical features of the phone (e.g. Does the
phone have an antenna or camera and what
type of phone is it? Clamshell, swivel, slide or
bar).
The second or Input Dimensions filter is used to
enter the physical dimensions of the target
device (length, width, depth) using mm or
inches. CellDEK TEK will display the models
matching those dimensions or features (within
a given tolerance and depending on which filter
is used).
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Figure 18a – Enter Features
Figure 18b – Enter Dimensions
NOTE: There is a measuring ruler printed on
the CellDEK TEK in inches and mm.
NOTE: This screen will allow the user to enter
the dimensions in mm, 1/8 inch or 1/16 inch
increments.
Tap the Up and Down Arrows to change each filter.
If the handset does not have one of the
features, such as a camera, set the filter to
“Ignore”.
When finished, tap the Display Phones button.
CellDEK will display models matching those
features.
Tap the model number or image to highlight it, and
then tap the Select button. Refer to the
“Connection Options” section later in this
chapter.
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Generic Extraction Module
If the Other Button is chosen on the Cellphone
Extraction Screen, the Generic Extraction Module
appears. This is used to extract from handsets that
have not been identified or verified with CellDEK.
This includes handsets where data could not be
obtained from the known manufacturers as well as
from unknown manufacturers.
The time taken for data extraction can take up to 30
minutes, depending on the amount of data.
The Generic Extraction Module only supports
Bluetooth and Infrared connections.
Figure 19 – Generic Extraction Module
NOTE: Users should be aware that data extracted
with the Generic Extraction Module is NOT
validated. It is recommended that any data
extracted using this method is visually verified by
the User to ensure that no data is missed or
misrepresented.
Attaching a PDA
1. Begin by tapping the Read New Device button
on the Main Application Screen. The Device
Type Selection screen will appear.
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Figure 20 – Device Type Selection
Tap the “Cell Phone” button. The list of handsets
and Operating Systems will appear. Select the
proper Operating System (Android, Blackberry,
Palm OS, or Windows Mobile.
Figure 21 – Select PDA Type
Palm-based PDA’s are supported by software
version 1.9.0.0. and higher with the following
caveats:
Extraction of SMS messages is currently not
supported.
Extraction of user files is currently not supported.
CellDEK is able to collect the following
information from Palm devices: Contact Details,
Call Logs (if available), Calendars, Tasks, Notes
and Palm Database (PDB) files. PDB files are
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where Palm OS keeps data stored in RAM. The
data is kept in database format. These files can
contain user data.
Windows-based PDA’s need to have Active Sync
enabled before they can be set to Infrared
mode. Please refer to the “Connecting via
Infrared” section later in this chapter.
Blackberry devices can only connect via Cable.
Please refer to the “Cable Connection”
section later in this chapter.
NOTE: Blackberry devices that are passwordprotected will need to be unlocked before data
can be extracted. Please refer to the
“Unlocking a Blackberry Device” section later
in this chapter.
Most PDA’s will need to connect to CellDEK via
Bluetooth instead of the other way around.
Please refer to the “Connecting via
Bluetooth” section later in this chapter.
Additional Cable Support for PDA’s:
A set of 5 new PDA cable tips and a USB cable
are available from:
http://www.gomadic.com/celldek.html
These tips will enable the User to connect to a
number of PDAs that are not supported by the
current CellDEK cables. However, it must be
noted that, although many of these PDAs are
already supported by CellDEK via Infrared, an
extraction using a cable will provide a faster
extraction. Appendix C lists the 150 PDAs that
are supported by these cable tips.
Each tip can be placed into the female
receptacle thus allowing a large range of tips to
be connected to the same USB cable.
PDA Cable Tips
Tip
USB Cable
Female receptacle
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Figure 22 – Additional Cable Support
SIM Card Extraction
NOTE: CellDEK supports, with software release
1.20.0.0, the ability to clone an existing SIM card.
This and other features using the Network Isolation
Card (NIC) are described in detail in the Network
Isolation (NIC) Cards section on p. 56.
SIM Card extraction supports both SIM and
USIM cards.
1. Begin by tapping the Read New Device button
on the Main Application Screen. The Device
Type Selection screen will appear.
Figure 23 – Device Type Selection
Tap the SIM Card button.
Remove the SIM Card from the target cell phone. It
is usually located underneath the battery.
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Figure 24 – Removing SIM card from cell phone
Slide the SIM card into the adapter with the gold
contacts facing out.
Place the adapter in the SIM card reader, which is
located on the right hand side of the control
panel.
As the card is read, the green LED light will behave
in one of two ways:
On older CellDEK units, the LED will
constantly stay lit, and blink when the
SIM is accessed.
On newer CellDEK units, the LED stays
off, then blinks when the SIM is
accessed.
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Figure 25 – Inserting SIM Card in Slot
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Figure 26 – SIM Card in Slot
SIM PIN and PUK Codes
CellDEK enables an investigator to unlock SIM
cards via the PIN code and the PUK code, if they
are known.
When CellDEK is used to unlock a SIM card via the
PIN code it does not relock the card afterwards.
When unlocking the SIM card via the PUK code
CellDEK will reset the PIN number to “0000”. To
enable the feature to enter the PUK code, the PIN
code needs to be entered incorrectly several times.
The PIN-input screen displays the number of
attempts remaining before the PUK code is
required.
Dual SIM Extracted Data
Dual SIM handsets can contain two SIM cards;
however the handsets are fully operational with only
one SIM. Dual SIM handsets will have the following
data:
2 IMEI Numbers
Up to 2 IMSI Numbers
Up to two lots of SIM Contacts
Up to two lots of SIM Messages
These handsets make use of two SIM card slots
and are referred to as Slot 1 and Slot 2. Either slot
can be used if only one SIM card is present.
There are a number of ways the user can switch
between SIM cards including a software menu
option or a hardware button.
The handsets also have the functionality to set
which SIM card is initially used on start-up
irrespective of the Slot it is in. Therefore the SIM
card in Slot 2 can be set to be used before that in
Slot 1.
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The SIM cards will be referred to as Primary SIM
and Secondary SIM, where the Primary SIM is the
one set to be used first.
The following data has been tested and can be
extracted from these handsets:
IMEI – Each Dual SIM handset has two IMEI
numbers, one for each SIM card Slot. The IMEI
numbers are associated to the SIM card slots on
the handset NOT the SIM Cards. CellDEK will only
extract the IMEI number of Slot 1 regardless of how
many SIM cards are present or which card is set as
the Primary SIM.
IMSI – Each Dual SIM handset can have up to two
IMSI numbers, one for each SIM card inserted.
CellDEK will only extract the IMSI of the Primary
SIM card, regardless of which slot it is inserted into.
SIM Contacts – Dual SIM handsets can store
contacts to either SIM card. CellDEK can retrieve
contacts from both SIM cards and identify which
card they were stored on. Contacts stored on the
Primary SIM will be labelled “[Primary SIM]”.
Contacts stored on the Secondary SIM will be
labelled “[Secondary SIM]”.
SMS Messages – Dual SIM handsets can store
SMS messages on either SIM card. CellDEK will
only extract messages stored on the Primary SIM
card, regardless of which slot it is inserted into.
CellDEK will extract all handset SMS messages but
cannot determine which SIM card they were sent
to/from, this can be determined by viewing the SMS
on the handset.
Call Logs – Dual SIM handsets store all call logs
on the handset and can be dialled or received from
either SIM card. CellDEK will extract all call log
entries but cannot determine which SIM card was
used to dial or receive the call, this can be
determined by viewing the call logs on the handset.
Any LDN’s stored on the SIM cards will not be
extracted, a separate SIM card extraction will
obtain this data.
NIC Card Functionality – Where NIC card support
is verified, a NIC card will need to be created for
each SIM card used in a Dual SIM handset. The
NIC card will need to be returned to the same Slot
from which the SIM card taken from. Placing a NIC
card in the wrong slot will result in a loss of data.
NOTE: A separate extraction should always be
performed on all SIM cards.
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Attaching a Memory Flash Card
The Memory Card Reader is also located on the
right hand side of the control panel. The CellDEK
software application does not allow data to be
written to the Memory Card Reader slots.
IMPORTANT NOTE: CellDEK can only support
Memory Cards up to 2GB in size and will not work
with SDHC cards. Users may attach a card reader
that can read larger flash media such as SDHC to
the USB port on the CellDEK.
1. Begin by tapping the Read New Device button
on the Main Application Screen. The Device
Type Selection screen will appear.
Figure 27 – Device Type Selection
Tap the Flash Memory button. The next screen
will prompt the user to choose the correct
memory card.
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Figure 28 – Memory Card Selection Screen
Once the correct Memory Card image is selected,
the next screen will prompt the user to insert
the card in the indicated slot.
Figure 29 – Orientation Guide
Place the card into the correct slot of the reader as
indicated by the on screen graphics.
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Figure 30 – CF Memory Card in Slot
NOTE: If the suspect Memory Card is not
represented on the Selection Screen, a card
adapter may be required. (e.g. Transflash, Mini SD,
Memory Stick Duo, etc.)
Imaging Flash Media
After capturing data, CellDEK will ask the user if it
should perform a complete image capture of the
flash memory card. If the user chooses to do this,
CellDEK will run the following procedure:
1. CellDEK will make a sector-by-sector copy of
the entire flash media drive.
2. The copy will be stored as an image file in the
“_resource” folder of the extraction directory.
3. CellDEK will then scan the image file for the
following types of JPEG files:
-
Extant JPEG: Normal, readable JPEG
files.
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Deleted JPEG
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Embedded JPEG: JPEG files embedded in
emails or other files.
4. Any found JPEG files will be displayed by
CellDEK in the Extended Data screen.
5. The image file can be copied to a thumb drive
and investigated further with hex-editing or
forensic software.
NOTE: CellDEK cannot distinguish between
Extant, deleted or embedded JPEG files. The
image file should be further investigated to
determine the status of any found files, and whether
similar files exist in other formats.
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Attaching a GPS Device
1. Begin by tapping the Read New Device button
on the Main Application Screen. The Device
Type Selection screen will appear.
Figure 31 – Device Type Selection
Tap the GPS Device button. The next screen
prompts the user to choose the type of GPS.
Figure 32 – Select GPS Type
If a TomTom GO 720 is to be selected, choose
“TomTom GO 720”. After capture, you will get
an opportunity to capture the memory card
separately.
If present, remove the memory card from the GPS
device. This will be captured later.
WARNING: ALWAYS remove the Memory Card
from a TomTom device prior to capture.
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NOTE: TomTom can store the same information in
the device and on the Memory Card. For that
reason, the device and card may contain different
sets of the same type of data (i.e. application info,
favorite destinations, etc.)
Connect Cable 9 to the GPS Device and follow the
prompts to extract data. The following
information can be extracted from the
supported TomTom Devices:
Device information
Manufacturer, Model, Serial Number
Owner information
Owner’s Name, Owner’s Street, Owner’s Town,
Owner’s City
GPS location information
‘Home’ address with GPS coordinate,
‘Favorite’ addresses with GPS coordinates,
‘Destination’ addresses with GPS coordinates,
‘Recent’ addresses with GPS coordinate,
‘Miscellaneous’ addresses with GPS coordinates
Telecommunication information *
Telephone contact information stored on TomTom,
Telephone numbers called via the TomTom,
Telephone numbers of calls received via the
TomTom, SMS messages received via the
TomTom, SMS messages sent via the TomTom
Files *
MP3 files, JPEG files
*Only on supported devices.
The following information can be extracted from
Garmin devices: manufacturer, model, serial
number, “favorite” addresses with GPS
coordinates.
14. After the GPS Device is extracted, press
“Memory Card” on the screen that appears.
Follow the directions for Connecting a
Memory Flash Card earlier in this chapter.
15. The following information can be extracted
from HP satellite navigation devices
GPS location information
‘Favorite’ addresses with GPS coordinates,
Route ‘Waypoint’ addresses with GPS coordinates.
‘Search History’ addresses with GPS coordinates.
Telecommunication information
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Contact information.
Call Registers.
Files
User files can also be retrieved from the device by
performing a separate Flash Media extraction.
Generic GPS Extraction
CellDEK can now search certain devices for GPS
data generated by any of the following GPS
Software:
CoPilot 6
Garmin
Navman Smart ST
NavNGo
NDrive
TomTom
The data files generated by this software can be
stored on devices without any GPS software
installed. This data can still be extracted using
CellDEK.
Devices which GPS Data can be extracted from
are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sat-Nav GPS Devices
Windows Mobile Devices
Flash Media Cards
Mass Storage Devices
NOTE: GPS Devices can be used to store data
generated from other devices. Therefore, care
must be taken when linking data to a specific
device.
The following GPS Data can be extracted:
5. ‘Favourite Locations’ - These are a list of
addresses and/or coordinates which a user has
chosen to store on the device. They can
contain Home and Work locations.
6. ‘Recent Destinations’ – These are a list of
previous destinations the owner has selected to
navigate to.
7. ‘Route Waypoint Data’ – These are a list of
addresses and/or coordinates which form set
locations along a route that the user has
created.
8. ‘History’ - This is a list of addresses and/or
coordinates that the owner has previously
searched for or viewed. This list may also
contain Favourite and Route Waypoint
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Locations. This list differs from Recent
Destinations in that the owner may not have
selected to navigate to the location.
NOTE: The presence of any of the above data on a
device does not indicate that the owner has been to
that location. Only that the owner chose to view
and/or save that location on the device.
CellDEK will also extract Telecommunications data
from some Sat-Nav GPS Devices.
The following Telecommunications data can be
extracted:
Contact information
Telephone numbers called via the GPS Device
Telephone numbers of calls received via the
GPS Device
SMS sent and received via the GPS device
This information is extracted from the data files
created by the above software only. Mobile
communication devices may have a separate store
for this information.
NOTE: It is recommended that a separate PDA
extraction be performed on all WinMobile devices
to obtain Telecommunication Data
GPS Track Logs
CellDEK can extract GPS track logs from devices
manufactured by:
Garmin
Navman
HP
Track logs record the GPS coordinates of the
device every 1-2 seconds giving an accurate
description of where the device has been and
when.
The CellDEK report shows only the start point of
each stored track log, as each track can potentially
store thousands of points.
Track log data is best viewed by importing the
GPSData.gpx into Google Earth.
NOTE: Some devices start logging as soon as
they are turned on, however other devices
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require the user to initiate logging to record
track log data.
Opening GPSData.gpx Output Files in Google Earth
CellDEK generates an additional data file when
extracting GPS Data. This file contains GPS data
and can be imported into Google Earth to display
the data.
The data file GPSData.gpx is created within the
extraction folder automatically when a GPS
extraction is performed.
The data file stores all waypoints, routes and track
log data in a format which can be used by Google
Earth to display all of the GPS data in the report.
NOTE: Google Earth 5.0 will need to be installed
on a PC to view the GPSData.gpx file. This can be
downloaded from: http://earth.google.com
Open Google Earth and tap the File menu.
Figure 33a
Then select Open.
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Figure 33b
Navigate to the location where the extracted data
files are stored.
Figure 33c
In the Files of type drop down box select Gps (*.gpx
*.loc *.mps) and then select the GPSData file and
tap open.
Alternatively you can drag the GPSData.gpx file
into Google Earth
The GPS Data Import window appears allowing you
to choose what types of data you want to import.
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Figure 33d
To display all GPS fixes along a saved track log
make sure you check the Create clickable image
for track and route points.
Figure 33e
The data is then displayed on the map and can be
selected using the Places navigation panel.
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Figure 33f
A full Google Earth User Guide can be viewed at:
http://earth.google.com/intl/en/userguide/v5/
NOTE: Google Earth imports GPS coordinates,
Time and Date, Altitude and waypoint name data
only. Any other information displayed in Google
Earth has been inferred by the Google Earth
software.
Geo-Tag Data from Images
CellDEK will now display Geo-Tag data for images
that have been captured using a device with a GPS
receiver.
A Geo-Tag consists of latitude and longitude
coordinates and adds geographical identification to
an image.
Geo-Tag information is automatically extracted and
appears in the metadata section associated with an
image.
Figure 34 – Geo-Tag
NOTE: Geo-Tagging is only displayed if the image
has been captured using a device that supports
geo-tagging.
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Attaching an Apple Device
CellDEK software ver. 1.12.0.0. and newer is able
to capture data from Apple devices such as the
iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS, and iPod Touch.
IMPORTANT NOTE: iTunes must be installed on
the CellDEK before it can support Apple devices. If
it needs to be installed, follow the “Enabling Apple
Device Support” procedure in the Upgrade
Software chapter. See the Upgrade Software
section in Chapter 5 for more information on
iPhone and iTunes.
1. Begin by tapping the “Read New Device” button
on the Main Application Screen. The Device
Type Selection screen will appear.
Figure 35 – Device Type Selection
Tap the Cell Phone button then select Apple from
the list of handset manufacturers.
CellDEK will illuminate the correct data cable with a
green light. A prompt will appear on the screen
asking the user to attach the cable to the
Phone Cable Jack.
NOTE: DO NOT attach the Apple device until
prompted by CellDEK.
Remove the cable from the rack and insert it into
the Phone Cable Jack. The cable’s LED will
turn red. Tap OK on the screen.
The cable’s LED will turn green and a new prompt
will appear. Attach the target cell phone at this
time. Tap the OK button once the phone is
connected.
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Connection Options
Once the correct target device has been chosen,
the next screen will show the different connection
options that are available. The three different
methods of connection are Cable, Infrared or
Bluetooth.
The Connectivity Option screen also shows the type
of data that can be extracted from the target device.
This information is shown as a series of icons that
are listed at the end of this chapter. Any data types
that cannot be extracted have a red “X” through the
icon.
The Connectivity option Screen will also alert the
user if the target device supports memory cards.
NOTE: The Connectivity Option screen will show
items that can be downloaded from the SIM card if
the chosen handset is a GSM phone.
Figure 36 – Connectivity Option Screen
Helper Icons
The Connectivity Option Screen also has three
“Helper Icons” that indicate the location of the
handset’s On/Off switch, Cable Port and IR Port
(if available).
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Cable Connection
1. Select “Cable” from the Connectivity Option
Screen. CellDEK will access the Cable
Adapters that are stored in the case lid.
2. Tap the “Run Extraction” button.
3. CellDEK will illuminate the correct data cable
with a green light. A prompt will appear on the
screen asking the user to attach the cable to
the Phone Cable Jack.
NOTE: DO NOT attach the cell phone until
prompted by CellDEK.
4. Remove the cable from the rack and insert it
into the Phone Cable Jack. The cable’s LED
will turn red. Tap “OK” on the screen.
5. The cable’s LED will turn green and a new
prompt will appear. Attach the target cell phone
at this time. Tap the “OK” button once the
phone is connected.
Figure 37 – Data Cable Connected to Device
On completion of data extraction, the data cable
must be replaced into any of the forty storage
sockets. It does not matter which socket the cable
is attached to.
Unlocking a Blackberry Device
The CellDEK allows the user to input the PIN lock
for a Blackberry device directly through the CellDEK
interface rather than the device itself. The CellDEK
will automatically detect if a PIN lock is enabled and
bring up the Enter Password Prompt.
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Figure 38 – Enter Password Prompt
TIP: Tap “Hide Password” to turn it on or off. If
Hide Password is on, the password will appear.
Figure 39 – Hide Password Turned On
NOTE: The password or the PIN of the Blackberry
device will need to be entered. CellDEK cannot
unlock the device without it.
Infrared (IR) Connection (Cell Phones and PDA’s)
Figure 40 – PDA Connected via Infrared
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Many Cell Phones and PDA’s have a built-in
infrared (IR) port, which can be used to transfer
data from the target device.
1. Select Infrared from the Connectivity Option
Screen and tap the “Run Extraction” button.
2. A prompt will appear on the screen asking the
user to set the target device to infrared. If the
device is a recognized cell phone, CellDEK will
display instructions to set it to infrared mode.
Figure 41 – Instructions for Infrared Mode
NOTE: Most Windows-based PDA’s are set to
IR mode by going to Start – Active Sync™ Tools – Infrared (IR) Connection.
3. Once the device is in infrared mode, place it
next to the Infrared emitter on the control panel.
Make sure that the device’s IR port is facing the
emitter.
4. After 5 – 20 seconds, the CellDEK will emit a
tone to indicate that the IR connection has been
made.
Bluetooth Connection (Cell Phones)
Many Cell Phones have Bluetooth capability, which
can be used to transfer data from the target device.
CellDEK has a range of 60 feet for Bluetooth
connectivity.
Bluetooth extraction is a wireless communication
link. On initiation, CellDEK will produce a list of all
Bluetooth enabled devices. Caution is therefore
required when selecting the correct device name
list, particularly if two devices in the area have the
same name. Any connection will require
confirmation/acceptance on the handset in question
before the extraction process can commence. This
prevents accidental connection to other devices.
Bluetooth capability can only extract data once the
handset has been 'paired' with the CellDEK
unit. Pairing is when you enter a 4-digit code into
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the phone/handset to accept the connection. If the
4-digit code is incorrectly entered you cannot
access any data from the device. Data can only be
extracted covertly over Bluetooth if the device
is PAIRED FIRST, before returning it to the target
owner. The data could then be extracted remotely
without the target owner’s knowledge (depending
on phone type).
Cell Phone Connection
1. Set the target device to Bluetooth mode. If the
device is a recognized cell phone, CellDEK will
display instructions to set it to Bluetooth mode.
2. Select “Bluetooth” from the Connectivity Option
Screen and tap the “Run Extraction” button. A
prompt will appear asking the User to “Tap
Discover Devices to Begin”.
Figure 42 – Discover Device List Screen
3. Once the target device has Bluetooth enabled,
tap the “Discover Devices” button.
4. A Bluetooth Activity screen will appear as
CellDEK searches for Bluetooth devices.
5. After 20-30 seconds, CellDEK will display a list
of found devices. Select the name of the target
device and tap the Select button.
NOTE: If the target device does not appear in
the list, tap the “Discover Devices” button again.
It may take more than one attempt to access the
device.
6. Once connected, the Target device will prompt
the user to allow connection. When requested,
enter the 4-digit code as 1234 on the target
device. Once the pairing process is complete,
data extraction will commence automatically.
NOTE: The target device screen must be
monitored during this stage of the process.
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Some target devices require confirmation at
various stages to continue extracting.
After data extraction, a reminder will appear for the
user to remove the CellDEK from the Device’s
Bluetooth History list.
Custom Extraction
Pressing the “Custom Extraction” instead of the
“Run Extraction” button allows the user to decide
what data is downloaded from a handset. This is
handy when the user only needs the call log from a
handset, for example.
Figure 43 – Custom Extraction Screen
Tap the radio buttons to download or skip different
data types. Press OK when finished.
Any data not read will appear in the capture report
as “User chose not to extract ___________”.
NOTE: “Extract Files” refers to all image, movie,
sound and other files found in the Extended Data
portion of a capture.
SIM Cards and Flash Memory Card Connection
SIM Cards and Flash Memory Cards require no
special Connection procedures. Once the card is
connected, data will begin to extract as outlined in
Chapter 3 – Capturing Data.
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Main Connectivity Icons
The Connectivity Option Screen uses distinct icons
to show what data can be pulled from supported
phones with different connection options.
ICON
DESCRIPTION
ICON
DESCRIPTION
IMEI Number
Sent SMS Message
Time
Saved SMS Message
Date
Calendar Entries
Contact List (ADN)
Tasks
Dialed Calls
Audio Files
Received Calls
Image Files
Missed Calls
Video Files
Read SMS Message
Other Files
NOTE: Presence of this symbol next
to the icon denotes that the data is
extracted with relevant timestamps.
Unread SMS Message
Multimedia Message – SMS
messages that can include
attachments.
Other Files
Table 1 – Connectivity Icon Table
Other connectivity Icons
The Connectivity Option Screen also tells whether a
handset supports extraction through a NIC card or if
the handset can be accessed without its SIM card.
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Network Isolation (NIC) Cards and SIM Card ID Cloning
CellDEK has the ability to isolate many handsets
from the mobile network by using a Network
Isolation Card (NIC). NIC cards are placed in the
SIM card slot of the handset.
There are three categories of support for this
feature.
Handsets that support this feature are
displayed with a blue NIC icon.
Handsets that do not support this feature are
displayed with a blue NIC icon crossed with a
red line.
Handsets that are untested for this feature are
displayed with no NIC icon.
Figure 44 – Phone Model Selection Screen
Figure 45 – Connectivity Option Screen
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A NIC card is included with each CellDEK.
Additional Network Isolation Cards can be
purchased from your CellDEK supplier.
Any CellDEK unit running software ver. 1.7.0.0 or
later is able to support Network Isolation Cards
(NIC). These cards replace the handsets SIM card
and isolate the handset from its network while
allowing a normal examination to take place.
CellDEK ver. 1.20.0 and higher include the
following features:
Create from Existing SIM
Manually enter NIC data
Create Test NIC
An explanation and summary for each method is
included in the step-by-step instructions below.
SIM Card ID Cloning Step-by-step
To perform SIM Card ID cloning, tap Read New
Device from the main menu. The device type
selection screen will appear.
Tap Create NIC. The NIC Operation screen will
appear.
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Create from Existing SIM - CellDEK will clone the original
SIM card ID. It will copy the ICCID and IMSI from original
SIM card onto a NIC (SIM ID Card). The ICCID and IMSI on
NIC must be identical to original SIM. NIC (SIM ID Card)
ICCID and IMSI values can be checked by performing a SIM
Card Extraction of NIC.
This method is useful when the original SIM card is
available.
1. From the NIC Operation screen, tap Create
from Existing SIM.
2. Place the SIM card into the SIM card adapter
then insert the adapter into the reader. Tap OK.
3. CellDEK will read the inserted SIM card. After
this process, the following screen will appear:
4. Remove the SIM card from the adapter and
place the NIC (SIM ID Card)into the same
adapter. Insert the adapter into the reader then
tap OK. CellDEK will now create the NIC (SIMID
Card). When this process finishes, the screen
below will appear. Tap OK.
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5. CellDEK will prompt whether a phone is
compatible with Network Isolation Cards.
Selecting No will finish the process and bring the
user back to the CellDEK main screen. Selecting
YES to the screen below will prompt the user to
identify the phone to be used with the NIC (SIM
ID Card). After selecting the phone, one of the
following two screens will appear. Tap OK to
finish he process and go back to the CellDEK
main screen.
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•
Manually enter NIC data - CellDEK will create a NIC (SIM ID
Card) by writing valid ICCID and IMSI values entered by the
user.
This method is useful when the original SIM card is not
available. To find out the correct ICCID or IMSI numbers,
please contact the handset’s network provider.
Valid ICCID numbers are 19 or 20 digits long and
include the following:
The first 2 digits represent the Major industry
identifier (89 for telecommunications)
1-3 digit Country Code
1-4 digit Issuer ID
Variable length individual Account ID
Valid IMSI numbers are 15 digits long and include the
following:
The first 3 digits represent the Mobile Country
Code (MCC).
The next 2 or 3 digits represent the Mobile
Network Code (MNC).
The next digits represent the mobile station
identification number. Normally there will be 10
digits but would be fewer in the case of a 3-digit
MNC or if national regulations indicate that the
total length of the IMSI should be less than 15
digits.
NIC (SIM ID Card) ICCID and IMSI values can
be checked by performing a SIM Card Extraction
of NIC.
1. From the NIC Operation screen, tap Manually
enter NIC data.
2. Use the virtual keyboard (or an attached USB
keyboard) and enter the ICCID and IMSI values.
When finished, tap OK.
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3. Place the NIC (SIM ID Card) into the adapter
and insert the adapter into the reader. Tap OK.
4. CellDEK will now create the NIC (SIM ID Card).
When this process finishes, the screen below
will appear. Tap OK.
5. CellDEK will prompt whether a phone is
compatible with Network Isolation Cards.
Selecting No will finish the process and bring the
user back to the CellDEK main screen. Selecting
YES to the screen below will prompt the user to
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identify the phone to be used with the NIC (SIM
ID Card). After selecting the phone, one of the
following two screens will appear. Tap OK to
finish he process and go back to the CellDEK
main screen.
•
Create a test NIC - CellDEK will attempt to write default
ICCID and IMSI onto a NIC (SIM ID Card). The default values
are:
ICCID = 894900050701001429
IMSI = 001010123456789
A warning will appear after creating a test NIC:
“A Test NIC can be used to access handset data but
should only be used as a last resort. Inserting into a
handset may cause data to be lost or changed”
NIC ICCID and IMSI values can be checked by
performing a SIM Card Extraction of NIC.
This method should be used as a last resort if none of the
previous methods work. It is important to understand that
incorrect ICCID or IMSI data may cause data on the handset
to be lost or changed.
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1. From the NIC Operation screen, tap Create
Test NIC.
2. Place the NIC into the adapter and insert the
adapter into the reader. Tap OK
3. CellDEK will now create the NIC (SIM ID Card).
When this process finishes, the screen below
will appear. Tap OK to finish the process.
Extraction without a SIM Card
CellDEK can extract data from many handsets
with the SIM card removed. If a handset’s SIM is
PIN locked this feature allows an extraction of the
handset with the SIM removed. If supported, this
feature is displayed in the Connectivity Screen.
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Figure 46 – Connectivity Option Screen
Capturing Nokia Handsets
Certain Nokia Handsets require special adapters in
order to extract data. This section deals with two
major topics: Installing the CA-42 Cable and using
Nokia Flash adapters to connect to a handset.
Nokia CA-42 Cable Installation
The Nokia CA-42 Cable that is provided with
CellDEK is different than the other cables. It
resides in the storage compartment and not in the
connector rack. As such it needs to be installed on
the CellDEK prior to use. To install the cable:
1. Boot the CellDEK to the Main Application
Screen.
2. Attach the CA-42 Cable to the USB port.
Wait for the USB connection tone. (It may
take over a minute for the tone to be heard).
3. Remove the cable. It is now ready to be
used for extractions!
Nokia Flash Adapters
The CellDEK is able to connect to certain Nokia
handsets through the use of specialized adapters
from Nokia. Refer to chapter 7 for a list of Nokia
handsets that are supported and the corresponding
adapters.
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Attaching Nokia Flash Adapters
Follow these steps to attach a flash adapter to a
Nokia handset:
NOTE: This demonstration uses a Nokia 1100, but
the procedure is similar for other models.
Figure 47 – Nokia 1100 Handset
16. Power the handset off.
17. Remove the back cover and the battery.
Leave the SIM card in place.
Figure 48 – Handset Battery Removed
NOTE: The time and date on the handset may
be changed when the battery is removed.
18. Locate the data pins in the battery
compartment of the handset. You may need
to remove a small, black plastic cover.
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Figure 49 – Data Pins
19. Place the appropriate adapter inside the
handset so that the adapter’s data pins
touch the pins of the handset.
Figure 50 – Adapter Data Pins (circled)
20. Insert the lower part of the adapter first, then
snap the upper part of the adapter into
place.
Figure 51 – Adapter in Handset
21. Insert the handset’s battery into the adapter
by aligning the battery pins. Push the
battery in and down until it snaps into place.
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Figure 52 – Battery Pins on Adapter and Battery (circled)
22. When properly assembled, the handset
should look like the picture below:
Figure 53 – Installed Flash Adapter
23. Power the handset on, and perform the data
extraction with Cable 25 as outlined in the
“Cable Connection” section earlier in this
chapter.
Figure 54 – Connected to Cable 25
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3. Capturing Data
Case Details
Once the target device has been successfully
connected, the Case Details input form appears:
Figure 55 – Case Details Input Form
1. If the report will be filled out later, tap the Later
button to continue on to data extraction.
2. If the report is to be filled out now, tap the first
line that needs to be filled out.
3. The CellDEK keyboard will automatically open.
The keyboard allows the use of upper/lower
case letters, numerals and other characters,
however not all characters have been validated.
The CellDEK will display one of two types of
keyboards.
NOTE: The keyboard is also accessible from
any screen that displays the button to the left.
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Figure 56a –Alphanumeric Keyboard
Figure 56b – Alphanumeric Keyboard
NOTE: Alternatively, a USB Keyboard can be
attached to the CellDEK through the USB port.
4. Enter the information and tap the Enter key
when finished.
5. Repeat steps 2 – 4 for each line that needs to
be filled out.
6. Tap the OK button once all of the information is
filled out. The fields entered will be built into
the final report, which is generated on
completion of the extraction.
Other Notes
Certain fields will show users a list of previous
entries. These entries can be dropped into the field
without retyping them. The Case Details form will
remember the last 20 entries for the following fields:
Case Reference Number
CellDEK Operator
Investigating Officer
Exhibit ID
Service Provider.
The Case Details Form can be opened and edited
for previous extractions.
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Data Extraction
Searching for Drivers
Sometimes, CellDEK may need to load new drivers
for a handset that has never been attached before.
A progress bar will appear briefly that indicates
drivers are being loaded. The capture session will
continue once the drivers are loaded.
Note: Allow sufficient time for the driver to load.
Standard Data Extraction
Once a target device has been identified and
connected, the CellDEK software will prompt the
user to continue. Doing so starts the extraction
process for “standard data”.
Standard data includes such information as
Contacts, Call Logs, SMS Text Messages and
Organizer data.
As the data is being extracted, CellDEK will show
the progress in the Activity Log on the screen:
Figure 57 – Activity Log
Abort Capture
The capture process can always be aborted by
tapping the Abort button during the capture
operation. This button is located underneath the
Activity Log. If the button is pressed a prompt will
appear:
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Figure 58 – Abort Capture Prompt
This prompt will allow the user to skip the current
capture operation (i.e. downloading contacts) or
abandon the whole capture session. Pressing the
Abandon button will go back to the Main Application
Screen.
Extended Data Extraction
“Extended Data” refers to such items as Image files,
Video files, Audio files and any other files such as
themes, screensavers, etc.
When the standard data has been extracted, the
user is given the option to select and download
other files from the target device.
Figure 59a – Data Download Selection Screen
1. Tap the Images Button at the bottom of the
screen, CellDEK will display all supported
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Image files that were found in the target
device’s memory.
2. Select an Image file for download by tapping
once on it. Tap a second time to deselect the
file. Scroll through the list and tap any other
files that are desired.
3. Repeat Steps 1 – 2 for the “Video”, “Audio” and
“Other” buttons.
NOTE: Select all files of a particular type by
tapping the “Select all <.ext> files” bar.
4. As files are selected, CellDEK shows the
number and size of total files at the top of the
screen.
5. Once all needed files have been selected, tap
the Download button. The Download Manager
will show progress as the files are downloaded
to CellDEK.
Figure 59b – Download Manager
6. At any time, press the Change Selection
button to stop downloading and re-select the
files to download.
7. As the files download, the Activity Log will
indicate downloaded files in green, selected
files not downloaded in gray and unselected
files in white.
Figure 59c – Activity Log During Download
On completion of the download, a summary of all
files, including listings for files not selected for
download, will be displayed. The data received
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from the target device is written into an .XML and a
.CSV file, then stored in the case unique folder.
NOTE: The csv data file only contains data for
Device Info, Call Logs, Contacts, and Messages.
Support for Non-Latin Languages
All handsets supported by CellDEK have had full
validation of each feature carried out for the full
range of Latin character sets (ASCII programming
language).
CellDEK has also been further developed to extract
information from Unicode languages that provide
non-Latin character sets such as Greek and Arabic
characters.
These extractions have not been verified although
tests indicate the following:
SIM cards (supported natively)
Windows (supported natively)
Nokia (supported natively)
Sony Ericsson (full support, Unicode
development implemented: an option has
been implemented to allow the user to
extract in ASCII if required)
Samsung (partial validated Unicode support
- for messages only)
Motorola (partial support, Unicode
development implemented: an option has
been implemented to allow the user to
extract in ASCII if required)
Siemens (partial i.e. validated Unicode
support for handsets contacts and notes)
If CellDEK does not extract a character; it will
appear as a square on the screen.
Special Note for Motorola and Sony Ericsson
The extraction of Unicode characters for all data
sets has not been verified for Motorola and Sony
Ericsson devices.
Before an extraction begins with one of these
devices the CellDEK will offer the user a choice:
1. Extract validated data set only. This means
that some Unicode data will not be
extracted.
2. Attempt to extract all Unicode data.
Software will try to extract Unicode
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characters for all data sets on the device.
At this time the output in this case is not
guaranteed by validation testing.
Other Data Extraction Notes
Android Devices
CellDEK has the capacity to extract information
from mobile devices that use Google’s Android
operating system. Extracted data includes: Contact
details, Call Logs, SMS messages, Calendar/Tasks
and Files. CellDEK supports extraction of contacts
database on handsets running on Android 2.2
operating system.
Before an extraction can be performed, users must:
1. Tick “Unknown Sources” and “USB debugging”
in the target devices application settings.
2. Ensure the target device has a formatted SD
Card inserted.
The Android extraction process requires the use of
an application (Agent) which is automatically
installed onto the target device and executed. The
Agent extracts data from the device and stores in a
temporary file called ANDDAT on the devices SD
Card. (\sdcard\ANDDAT). At the end of the
extraction, the ANDDAT file is deleted from the
card and the Agent is automatically uninstalled.
Supports physical extraction and decoding of
Android phones
Supports Android O/S 1.6 through 2.3.4
Supports Android file systems EXT3, EXT4 and
RFS, and provides limited support for YAFFS2.
YAFFS2 is expected to be fully supported in a
future release
Supports dumping and decoding of contacts, call
logs, SMS, emails and user files
Can extract deleted file items such as
databases, images, video, audio and documents
It is expected that most Android phones using the
above mentioned Android O/S and/or file systems
will be supported.
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Android Ad-hoc device rooting
CellDEK software version 1.21.x.x and newer can
temporarily root Android OS devices. This allows
access to all user data stored on the device. Ad-hoc
rooting does not work with all Android devices.
Rooting is removed after the device is restarted.
Please check with local laws governing rooting prior
to using.
Compatible with the majority of Android OS
devices
Android OS versions 1.6-2.3 are supported
Gives access to the whole file system. After
rooting/data/data and/data/misc folders of
Android device internal memory are available for
analysis. Without root permissions these folders
are inaccessible.
100% successful rooting is not guaranteed
NOTE: 100% successful rooting is not guaranteed. In rare instances
rooting can render the handset inoperable. Proceed with caution.
Ad-hoc rooting will provide the following features:
-Allows user to access the whole device file
system
-Deleted data in database tables (deleted
contacts, messages, etc.)
-Pre-installed and custom applications with
user data
-Yahoo! Mail and Google Mail application
data
-Google Maps, Google Talk and Google
Calendar application data
-Dropbox application data
Ad-hoc device rooting is not required for the
data extraction of Call Logs, Phonebook and
Messages.
When performing an Android extraction,
CellDEK will ask if you want to temporarily
“Root” the Android device. If successful, the
device will remain rooted until turned off.
In the Logical Extraction Settings there is a
option called “Extract ALL Android Files
(device must be rooted”. When checked, and
the Android device is rooted, ALL file locations
will be extracted. Please note this may take a
long time to complete the extraction.
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If the device is not rooted, only the following file
locations will be extracted:
/sdcard/
If the device is rooted and the checkbox for
‘Extract ALL Android files’ is not checked, only
the following file locations will be extracted:
/sdcard/
/data/data/
/data/misc/
Android Email
CellDEK can extract data from the default email
and Gmail databases.
Device must be temporarily rooted
Email attachments not supported
Email body preview only
Android Location Information
The Android extraction can extract Cell and
WIFI connection location information which
includes GPS coordinates and timestamps.
This information is shown in the Location
Information section of the report. CellDEK also
generates a Google Earth .KML file called
GPSData.kml which is created in the extracted
data files folder. This file can be imported into
Google Earth. Note: The device must be rooted
to acquire location information.
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Android files of Interest
The Android extraction can extract system files
*. Some of these files may contain useful
information. These files are described below: \data\data\com.google.android.location\files\cache.wifi
Contains cached WIFI details.
\data\data\com.android.providers.userdictionary\databases\user_dict.db
Containing cached user entered text
\data\data\com.google.android.gm\databases\gmail.db
\data\data\com.google.android.gm\databases\mailstore.*.db
Contains Google email account and mailstore databases
\data\data\com.google.android.talk\shared_prefs\BuddyList.xml
Contains Google Talk contact details
\data\data\com.android.providers.calendar\databases\calendar.db
Contains Google calendar details
\data\data\com.yahoo.mobile.client.android.mail\databases\mail.db
Contains Yahoo email details
NOTE: Device must be rooted to acquire some
of these files.
Data Capture from Apple iPhone
Support for MMS was introduced in version 3.0 of
the iPhone software.
CellDEK now extracts MMS messages from Apple
iPhone handsets that have version 3.0 and above.
MMS messages will be automatically extracted and
will be added to the output report ina separate
chapter entitled “MMS Messages”.
CellDEK now supports extraction of Skype data
from Apple iPhones. Extracted data includes;
Voice/Video calls
In the extraction report, Skype voice/video calls are
shown under the Call Register section
Chat messages
In the extraction report, Skype chat messages are
shown in the Messages section
User profiles
In the extraction report, Skype user profiles are
shown in the Contacts section
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Apple Location Information
The file GPSData.kml is created when extracting
an iPhone. This file can be opened using Google
Earth.
iPhone Dictionary Data
CellDEK software version 1.21.x.x and newer
reports a list of keywords extracted from the
following iPhone file: dynamic-text.dat. These
keywords are shown in the report under the
dictionary heading.
iPhone files of Interest
During the iPhone extraction process a number of
‘other’ files can be extracted. Some of these files
may contain useful information.
A selection of these files is shown below:
\private\var\mobile\Library\Cookies\Cookies.plist
Contains website cookies saved by the Safari browser.
\private\var\mobile\Library\Safari\Bookmarks.db
Contains website bookmarks saved by the Safari browser.
\private\var\mobile\Library\Safari\History.plist
Contains website history saved by the Safari browser.
\private\var\mobile\Library\Mail\Accounts.plist
Contains email server account details, this does not include actual emails.
\private\var\mobile\Library\maps\History.plist
Contains a ‘Google Maps’ history file which includes addresses, route directions
and other useful data.
\private\var\mobile\Library\Keyboard\dynamic-text.dat
A keyboard cache containing user entered text.
\private\var\mobile\library\Preferences\com.apple.Maps.plist
Contains the last longitude/latitude coordinates viewed in the ‘Google maps’
application.
\private\var\mobile\library\Preferences\com.apple.mobilesafari.plist
Contains a list of recent searches performed using the Safari browser
\private\var\root\library\caches\locationd\consolidated.db
Contains a list of web connections and location services
\private\var\mobile\library\Calendar\Calendar.sqlitedb
\private\var\mobile\library\Preferences\com.apple.mobilecal.plist
Contains Google calendar details
\private\var\mobile\library\WebKit\Databases\Databases.db
\private\var\mobile\Library\WebKit\Databases\http_m.yahoo.com_0\*.db
\private\var\mobile\Library\WebKit\Databases\https_mail.google.com_0\*.db
Contains email database details
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\private\var\mobile\Applications\com.yahoo.messenger\Library\Preferences\co
m.yahoo.messenger.plist
\private\var\mobile\Applications\com.yahoo.messenger\Documents\*.db
Contains a list of Yahoo Instant Messenger files
Note: The content of these files has not been
verified.
Data Capture from Symbian OS
CellDEK now has the capacity to extract information
from mobile handsets that use the Symbian
operating system (Series 60 / Nokia Symbian OS V
8.1). Extracted data includes Contact Details, Call
Logs, SMS messages, Calendar, Tasks and Files.
This data capture is possible with the following
caveats:
No SIM data is extracted from Symbian handsets.
“Nicknames” are not extracted.
Cannot extract any SMS messages stored in 'My
Folders' directory or other user created folders.
To extract data, it is necessary for CellDEK to write
temporary .dat files to the target phone. These
files are removed at the end of capture.
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Capture from Symbian UIQ 2
rd
& 3 Edition OS
CellDEK now has the capacity to extract information
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from mobile handsets that use the Symbian UIQ 2
rd
and 3 Edition OS. Extracted data includes Contact
Details, Messages, Calendar, Tasks and Files.
Data capture requires a handset Agent and the use
of a CellDEK UIQ memory card. This is a specially
prepared card by CellDEK to temporarily store and
transfer data.
WARNING: Do not create the UIQ memory card
from the card used inside the handset. Always use
a separate blank, formatted card that is not write
protected.
Use these memory cards for best results:
Sony Ericsson
P800 / P900 Memory Stick Duo, minimum size
16MB
P910i / P990i Memory Stick PRO Duo, minimum
size 64MB
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M600i / P1i Memory Stick Micro (M2), minimum
size 256MB
Motorola
Z8 / Z10 Micro SD, minimum size 128 MB
Follow these steps to capture data:
1. User inserts spare memory card into the
memory card reader.
24. CellDEK generates and formats a UIQ card
and installs the Agent.
25. User then inserts the UIQ card into handset.
26. User locates the Agent installer on the UIQ
card using the file browser application and
then installs the agent onto the device.
27. User locates and runs the Agent application,
then waits for the data extraction to
complete. Extracted data is now stored on
the UIQ card.
28. User removes the UIQ card from the
handset and inserts it back into the memory
card reader.
29. CellDEK automatically copies and decodes
all data from the UIQ card.
30. CellDEK formats the UIQ card.
31. CellDEK instructs the user to uninstall the
agent from the handset.
32. CellDEK presents the results to the user.
This data capture is possible with the following
caveats:
Extraction of Call Logs is not supported.
Extraction of SMS messages stored in user created
folders is not supported.
Extraction of MMS / Email messages is not
supported.
Memory cards within these phones need to be
captured separately. (Please refer to
“Capturing a Flash Memory Card” earlier in
this chapter).
Symbian Event Logs
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rd
Symbian S60 2 Edition and 3 Edition handsets
have the ability to record events which CellDEK can
now extract.
The following information can be extracted:
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Voice Call events – ID, Number, Date, Time,
Direction and Duration
SMS events – ID, Number, Date, Time,
Direction, Message Fragment and Status
MMS events – ID, Name, Date, Time, Direction
and Duration
These events are normally accessed by the
handset’s Log Viewer application. These events
have a validity period set in the Log Viewer
settings. Once this duration period has expired,
events will no longer be accessible.
Points of Interest
Timestamps extracted by CellDEK are always
reported in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
whereas the timestamps shown in the
handset’s Log Viewer application are set to the
handset’s current time zone.
CellDEK is able to extract message fragments
for SMS events. These are not displayed by the
Log Viewer application. Only the first 64
characters of a message are reported any
messages greater than 64 characters are
truncated in the event log, including multipart
messages where only the first 64 characters of
the first message part are reported.
Incoming MMS messages are shown as 2
separate events, 1 incoming SMS event and 1
outgoing MMS event. CellDEK extracts both of
these events. The SMS event has a body
fragment of Data Message
The following Symbian S60 handsets are verified
on CellDEK:
NOKIA: 3230, 3250 5320XpressMusic, 5500 Sport,
5700, 6120, 6220 Classic, 6260, 6290, 6620, 6630,
7610, E50, E51, E61, E63, E65, E66, E70, E71,
N70, N71, N72, N73, N76, N77, N79, N80, N81,
N82, N85, N90, N91, N93, N93i, N95, N95 8GB
SAMSUNG: I8510, SGH-D720, SGH-G810
Data Capture from Sony Ericsson Phones
If the User runs into trouble capturing data from a
Sony Ericsson phone (or any other handset that
connects to Cable #18), users should make sure
that the “Default Contacts” setting on the target
handset is set to “Phone Contact” before an
extraction is performed.
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This is done by navigating manually on the phone’s
menus as follows:
Menu > Contacts > Options > Advanced >
Default Contact > Select “Phone Contact”.
Once this setting is enabled, users should have no
trouble extracting data from the handset.
Unlocking Sony Ericsson Handsets
CellDEK is able to deactivate Sony Ericsson
handset lock codes of up to 8 digits.
Some handsets may not be able to establish a USB
connection whilst the handset lock is active. In this
case CellDEK will first attempt to locate device
drivers then ask the user to confirm the handset is
locked.
Figure 60a
If yes the user is instructed to restart the handset
and re-connect it before the unlock code screen
appears.
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Figure 60b
Tap OK to unlock the handset.
NOTE: Depending on the code that has been set
CellDEK may take some time to unlock the
handset.
Below is a guide as to how long unlocking may
take. To attempt to unlock:
All 4 digit codes up to 4 mins
All 5 digit codes up to 40 mins
All 6 digit codes up to 7 hours
All 7 digit codes up to 3 days
All 8 digit codes up to 30 days
The Activity log shows the progress of the
unlocking process
Figure 60c
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NOTE: The unlocking process can be cancelled at
any time. However data extraction cannot be
performed on a locked handset. If the process is
cancelled without finding the unlock code, it will
need to be started again to unlock the handset.
Once the handset has been unlocked data
extraction will be performed automatically. The
unlock code is displayed in the Device Information
section of the report.
Figure 60d
NOTE: CellDEK only unlocks the handset; it DOES
NOT remove the handset lock. If the handset is
restarted after the extraction the code will need to
be re-entered.
NOTE: CellDEK cannot unlock handsets that do
NOT contain a SIM card.
Blackberry PIN Numbers
Each Blackberry device is assigned a unique
personal identification number (PIN), which allows
identification of each device.
The PIN number of other Blackberry users is stored
in the devices phonebook with their contact
information and allows direct PIN-to-PIN emailing
and messaging.
CellDEK extracts each contact PIN number from
the phonebook as well as the PIN numbers
associated with messages sent from other
Blackberry users.
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Time/Date Stamps from Motorola Phones
Users should note that Motorola timestamps / date
stamps are not reported due to current limitations in
how file “modified” and file “created” timestamps are
reported in the Motorola OS. This will be remedied
in a future software update.
Null Response from Siemens handsets
Occasionally, Siemens handsets have been known
to return a NULL response when asked for data of a
particular type (i.e. SMS messages). If this
happens, the following error message will appear
under the relevant data type:
Handset has been known to occasionally return
a null response. Please refer to handset and
retry extraction.
Users should check the affected field(s) on the
handset and retry the extraction.
SMS Attached Content
SMS Messages can contain extra content other than
standard text.
CellDEK now notifies the user when any extra
content appears within an SMS Message.
NOTE: This feature is currently only supported for
SMS extracted through handsets supporting AT
commands. Reporting of attached content
functionality is not supported for Blackberry,
Symbian or WinMobile handsets.
Notifications appear within the body part of the
message and describe the type of attached content.
Notifications appear in the following form:
[CONTAINS CLIPART REFER TO HANDSET]
SMS Messages may contain more than one type of
attached content. CellDEK will display a notification
for each piece of attached content within the
message.
VCard and VCalendar Content
VCards and VCalendars are used to exchange
information between application.
VCards store address book entries while
VCalendars store organiser entries.
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VCards and VCalendars can be attached to SMS
Messages. CellDEK will now display the raw data of
attached VCards and VCalendars within the body of
the SMS Message.
VCard and VCalendar data will appear between the
tags
[ATTACHEMENT: CONTACT DATA]
Or
[ATTACHMENT: CALENDAR DATA]
And will end with
[END ATTACHMENT]
As SMS Messages have a limited size VCards and
VCalendars may span several messages.
In this case each part of the VCard or VCalendar will
start with the tag
[ATTACHMENT CONT..]
To indicate the content follows from a previous
message.
Each message part will also end with the tag below
to indicate that more content will follow in the next
message:
[…]
NOTE: VCard and VCalendar content is displayed in
its raw format. Where VCards and VCalendars span
more than one SMS Message, each part will need to
be manually put together to form a valid VCard or
VCalendar entry.
More information on VCards and VCalendars can be
found at www.imc.org/pdi/
Customized Blackberry Extractions
CellDEK now allows users to specify which parts of
a Blackberry Devices memory are extracted.
To use this feature select PDA from the read new
devices menu and then select Blackberry.
On the following screen select Custom Extraction
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Figure 60e
Here you have the ability to enable or disable
features for that particular extraction. You can
choose to download or skip the following:
Call Registers
Contacts
Messages
Organisers
Files
Figure 60f
Any memory not read will be flagged in the output
report with the following message: “User chose not
to extract xyz”
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Various WinMobile Devices
The following mobile GPS software has been
verified and can be extracted from supported
devices using CellDEK:
 Google Maps Mobile (Various Windows
Mobile devices)
Other Extraction Notes
CellDEK can now playback W4A files that have
been extracted from devices.
W4A files are audio files that can be created on
some mobile handsets.
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Displaying Extracted Data
Once the extraction for standard and extended data is
complete, the data is displayed onscreen prior to the
generation of the CellDEK report. All data is
individually hashed using the MD5 algorithm to ensure
that the data can be verified as unchanged.
The Standard and Extended Data View Screens both
contain the following navigational buttons:
Case Details – This button opens the Case Details
Input Form. Data can be edited or added to the form.
Please refer back to Chapter 3 – Capturing Data for
more information about this form.
Up Arrow – This button allows the user to scroll up
through the Data List.
Down Arrow – This button allows the user to scroll
down through the Data List.
Print – This button prints a copy of the list to a USB
printer that is attached to the USB port. Please see
Chapter 5 – Other Features for more information on
printing.
Done – This button closes the data View Screen and
goes back to the Main Application Menu.
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Viewing Standard Data
Figure 61 – Standard Data View Screen
The Standard Data View Screen allows the user to
view such information as contacts, call log, Text
Messages, and Calendar data. The following buttons
are unique to this screen:
Device Info – This button displays general handset
information like the Brand Name, Model Number and
IMEI number.
Contacts – This button displays all Contact
information including names, phone numbers and
other information.
Call Log – This button displays a list of calls dialed,
received and missed.
Text Messages – This button shows all text
messages sent and received.
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Figure 62 – Captured Text Messages
MMS or Email Messages – If supported, CellDEK
displays all captured MMS messages along with their
attachments. For more details, please refer to the
MMS Messages and Email Messages sections on
the next page.
Organizer – This button shows information such as
reminders, notes, etc.
Extended Data – This button opens the Extended
Data View Screen.
NOTE: A “Not Extracted” message will appear for
any data that CellDEK cannot pull from the target
device.
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Figure 63 – Time/Date Stamps Not Extracted
MMS Messages
MMS messages are basically SMS text messages
with attachments. CellDEK automatically captures all
MMS messages along with their attachments.
Figure 64 – Captured MMS Messages
In the example above, 4 MMS messages have been
captured. The first message (displayed) contains 5
attachments with the following extensions:
.smil - This file is extracted from the handset and
indicates how the media is grouped together on the
handset.
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.jpg - An image file.
.wav - An audio file.
.3gp - A video file.
.txt - The text of the message.
Any supported media types (i.e. .jpg, .wav, .3gp) can
be viewed in CellDEK just like their extended data
counterparts. Refer to the “Viewing Extended Data”
section on the next page.
Email Messages
CellDEK is also able to capture Email messages from
most Windows Mobile devices. These are handled
the same way as MMS messages.
Figure 65 – Captured Email Messages
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Viewing Extended Data
Figure 66 – Extended View Data Screen
The Extended Data View Screen allows the user to
view such information as Image files, Video files,
Audio files and Other files. The following buttons are
unique to this screen:
Images – This button displays thumbnails of all
Images that were downloaded during data capture. It
also displays a list of the image files that were not
downloaded.
Images can be viewed full size by tapping on the
thumbnail to reveal the pan, rotate and print screen.
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Figure 67 – Pan, Rotate and Print Image Screen
In this screen, tapping the image once causes it to
rotate.
Drag the stylus through the “scroll image” area to pan
left-right or up-down, (Arrow buttons are also provided
for this purpose).
Tap the Print button to send a copy of the image to an
attached USB Printer, (please refer to the “Printing
Reports” section later in this chapter).
Double-tap the image to resize it so that the entire
image can be seen.
Figure 68 – Resize Image Screen
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Videos – This button displays all video files that were
downloaded during data capture. It also displays a list
of the video files that were not downloaded.
Downloaded videos can be viewed by tapping the file
name.
Audio – This button displays all audio files that were
downloaded during data capture. It also displays a list
of the audio files that were not downloaded.
Like video, tapping the file name can play audio files.
Figure 69 – Play Video/Audio Screen
Other – This button displays all other files that were
downloaded during data capture. The files are
organized by type (i.e. .dat, .exe, .txt, etc.). It also
displays a list of the other files that were not
downloaded.
Standard Data – This button opens the Standard
Data View Screen.
Displaying Previous Extractions
Previously extracted data files can be viewed by
selecting “View Previous Extractions” from the main
CellDEK window. Previous extractions are organized
by date. Additionally, the user can search for a
particular extraction by one of these choices:
Case Reference Number
Exhibit ID
ICCID Number
IMEI Number
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Figure 70 – Previous Extraction List
1. From the Main Application Screen, tap the View
Device History button. A list of all previous
capture sessions will appear.
2. Choose the desired search criteria from the View
Detail list on the side of the screen.
3. Scroll to the desired capture session and tap it
once to select.
4. Tap the Select button. The Standard and
Extended Data Screens for that capture session
will appear.
The Audit Trail
The audit trail is a set of two files that are generated
along with the capture session.
Log.dat records all commands sent to and received
from the target device. This includes AT
commands.
Audittrail.txt records all data received from the target
device.
All three files are stored and moved with the extracted
data. They can be accessed once the capture
session has been backed up to a USB storage device.
They cannot be accessed from within CellDEK .
Please refer to Chapter 5 – Other Features for more
information on backing up files.
NOTE: Logicube Technical Support may ask the user
to send a copy of log.dat for troubleshooting
purposes.
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The Report
The Extraction Report is generated as both a .csv
and an .xml file. This allows the report to be imported
into many different database utilities such as Microsoft
Excel, Access, Lotus Notes, etc.
NOTE: The csv data file only contains data for Device
Info, Call Logs, Contacts, and Messages.
For backing up extraction data and reports to a PC,
please refer to the “Managing Files” section of
Chapter 5.
Figure 71 – Report Preview
Searching Reports
CellDEK is able to perform a simple word search on
any capture report. Follow these steps to run a word
search:
1. When the Report preview appears, tap the
Keyboard button to bring up the alphanumeric
keyboard.
2. Type the desired search word into the search field
and tap the Find button.
3. Alternately, you can choose words from a preloaded list to search. This method allows for
more than one word to be searched
simultaneously.
4. Tap the words in the search list to select them,
then tap the Find button.
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5. Whichever method is used, CellDEK searches for
the word(s) and displays the number of hits.
Figure 72 – Number of Hits
6. The report reappears with all word hits highlighted
in yellow.
Figure 73 – Report with Found Words Highlighted
Loading a New Search List
The list of search words can be changed by importing
a text file made on another computer:
1. On another PC, open Notepad or a similar text
editor.
2. Type a simple list of words as shown in the next
figure below. Words are not case sensitive so
type in all lower-case.
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Figure 74 – Text File of Search Words
33. Save the file as “CellDEK report search.txt”
and copy it to a USB storage device.
34. On the CellDEK, bring up Preview Report and
tap the Load button.
35. A prompt will appear asking for a USB Storage
Device.
Figure 75 – Attach USB Device Prompt
36. Attach the USB Storage Device and tap the
OK button. CellDEK will automatically
download the text file. The new search words
will appear at the top of the screen.
Additional Report Searching Functionality
To highlight UNICODE ‘trigger’ words containing
foreign characters a ‘CellDEK Report Searct.txt’ file
needs to be created.
The file can be created using notepad and should
include the ‘trigger’ word, followed by an arrow
character (>), followed by the translation.
e.g. Couteau > Knife
Each entry should be stated on a new line and the file
needs to be saved as Unicode format.
When the report is searched for the ‘trigger’ words,
any hits will be highlighted and the translation will
appear next to the word in square brackets.
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Figure 76
NOTE: The reports can NOT be saved with the
highlighted ‘trigger’ words. However, the report can
be printed directly from the CellDEK with the
highlighted ‘trigger’ words and translations.
Printing Reports
CellDEK is able to use a Windows-compatible USB
printer to generate hardcopies of reports, print images
and other tasks.
NOTE: If a search is performed on the report, the
printed report will also show all found words
highlighted in yellow.
Connecting a Printer to CellDEK
Figure 78 – USB Printer
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1. Power up the printer and insert paper.
2. Attach the printer’s USB cable to the USB port on
the CellDEK Control Panel.
3. Tap the “Load Drivers Automatically” button that
appears.
Once the USB printer is attached, reports can be
printed from the Standard and Extended Data View
Screens.
1. From the Standard/Extended Data View Screen,
tap the “Case Details” button.
2. Make any changes (if necessary) to the Case
Details Input Form and tap the OK button. A
report will automatically generate.
3. Tap the “View Report” button to preview the
report.
4. Tap the “Print Report” button to print a hardcopy
of the report.
The report shows all information about the capture
including target device information, standard data
lists, extended data downloaded and lists of extended
data not downloaded. It also includes a glossary of
terms at the end of the report.
The report will also include the user’s company logo if
it is added. Please refer to Chapter 5 – More
Features for more details on adding a logo.
NOTE: Some reports can be many pages long. Be
sure to review the report before printing.
Supported Printers
CellDEK supports any USB printer that is natively
supported by Windows XP. Check with your printer
manufacturer to determine if your printer supports
Windows XP.
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Main Application Screen
This chapter discusses those features of the CellDEK
Application that were not covered in previous
chapters.
Figure 79 – Main Application Buttons
Manage Files
From time to time, previous capture sessions should
be copied to an external storage device. This
archives the data and frees up space in the CellDEK
memory storage. Note all handsets must be
disconnected from CellDEK prior to any file
management tasks are performed.
Figure 80 – USB Storage Device in Port
1. From the Main Application screen, tap the
“Manage files” button.
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2. The first prompt that appears asks whether the
User wishes to Back-Up or Delete Files.
Figure 81a – Back-Up/Delete Files Selection
3. To ‘Delete files’, skip to step 11. If ‘Backup files’
is chosen, you will see the following selection
choices.
Figure 81b
4. No matter which button is tapped, two buttons will
appear, “All files” or One by One”.
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Figure 81c – Back-Up Files Selection
5. No matter which button is tapped you will be
prompted to insert a USB thumb drive.
Figure 81d
6. For Multi-Partition drives the following selection
will be displayed. Choose the appropriate storage
partition and then tap OK.
Figure 81e
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7. If the storage drive has a partition that is not
accessible the message shown below will be
displayed.
Figure 81f
8. Encrypted drives usually have an active partition
that contains the password entry application.
Below is an example of this type of application. It
is called DTVP_Launcher.exe.
Figure 81g
Warning: Please ensure that the above named
executable application is from a trusted source.
By selecting continue the operator accepts full
responsibility for running the named executable
and its action.
9. The drives encryption software will then be run
and a keyboard will appear automatically for
password entry.
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Figure 81h
NOTE: The encryption software on your Thumb drive
may appear different to the example shown above.
The following makes of encrypted drives have
been tested:
Hypertec
Transcend
Kingston
10. Tap OK on the dialog screen shown in to continue
to the file selection screen. Files can then be
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selected, Moved or Copied to the thumb drive as
normal.
Figure 82
11. If the Erase software is loaded on the CellDEK,
the data will be completely erased from the unit’s
hard drive when ‘Delete files’ is chosen.
NOTE: For more details about Erase, please refer
to the “Security Erase” section later in this chapter.
12. If the “All files” button is tapped, all of the stored
data from capture sessions can be moved or
copied to a USB storage device or deleted. The
activity log will show files copied.
13. If the “One by One” button is tapped, a list of all
previous capture sessions will appear. The list
looks similar to Figure 83 below:
Figure 83 – Previous Extraction List
NOTE: The “Free Space” bar underneath the file
list shows the amount of free space available on
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the USB Flash Drive where the files are to be
backed up.
14. Whether the user is downloading all files or one at
a time, CellDEK will ask to move or copy the
selected files.
Figure 84a – Move or Copy Files
15. If “Move” is pressed, every selected file will be
moved to the USB storage device. The file will
then disappear from the list. Repeat this step for
every file that needs to be copied.
16. If the Erase software is loaded on the CellDEK,
the data will be completely erased from the unit’s
hard drive as it is moved to the USB device.
NOTE: For more details about Erase, please refer
to the “Security Erase” section later in this chapter.
NOTE: Keeping many previous extractions on the
CellDEK will cause a delay during the boot
process. It is recommended to back up old
extractions from time to time.
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Extraction File Backup to CD
To be able to backup extracted report files to a
writeable CD, a writeable CD drive is required.
Connect the writeable CD drive to the CellDEK
through the USB port before selecting the
manage files option.
Select manage files and choose Backup files then
Copy files and One by one. To ensure data is not
lost during the burning process CellDEK will not
allow files to be moved onto a CD drive. If move
is selected then a message is displayed and the
copy option is selected as the default.
Figure 84b – Move or Copy Files
A message box will appear requesting the user to
select either burning files to the CD or a removable
USB pen drive.
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Figure 84c – Burn Files to CD
You will then be prompted to select the files to
copy. The free space indicator will show available
disk space. Once all required files are selected,
tap ok, the requested files are then queued for
writing to the CD.
Figure 84d – Select Files to Burn
A dialog then appears allowing you to name the
disk then tap next.
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Figure 84e – Name the Disk
If no disk is inserted in the drive a dialog will
appear telling you to insert a disk into the writable
CD drive. The burn process will then start. When
the files have been copied the following dialog will
appear.
Figure 84f – Copy of Files Complete
Tap Finish to complete the process.
Upgrade Software
As new cell phones, PDA’s and other devices are
developed, the CellDEK application software will need
to be updated from time to time.
1. Insert the USB storage device into the USB port
of CellDEK
2. From the Main Application Screen, tap the
“Upgrade Software” button.
3. Follow the screen prompts carefully. The software
update files will automatically copy from the USB
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storage device and install themselves on the
CellDEK .
4. The CellDEK will then ask to be restarted. After
the restart, the new software will be installed.
iTunes Information and Updates
Your CellDEK came shipped with the supported
version of iTunes for the version of CellDEK software
loaded. Do not install versions of iTunes that are not
supported by the CellDEK software release. The
CellDEK software release notes will mention which
version of iTunes must be installed, if a newer version
is required. If it is necessary to update iTunes, follow
these instructions:
IMPORTANT NOTES:
Before proceeding with updating iTunes, please
make sure that the AC adapter is connected to the
CellDEK.
Please follow the directions below completely. In
order for CellDEK to work properly with iTunes,
there are screens during the installation that
require certain options set differently from the
default options.
1. Download the supported release of iTunes (this
may not be the current release from Apple). If a
new version of iTunes is required, the supported
version of iTunes will be mentioned in the
software release notes.
2. Rename the file to: Update.exe and copy the files
to a USB thumb drive. The files must be in a
folder called “CellDEK Update” (case sensitive,
without the quotes) on the root of the USB thumb
drive.
3. From the CellDEK Main Application Screen, tap
the Upgrade Software button.
4. You will be prompted to insert the upgrade key.
Attach the USB thumb drive to the USB port of the
CellDEK. Wait a few moments to make sure the
USB thumb drive loads properly then tap the OK
button.
5. The file will automatically download from the USB
thumb drive and the CellDEK will restart.
6. After the restart, the iTunes setup will begin. The
iTunes setup is a manual process in which you
will have to perform certain tasks such as tapping
the “Next” or “OK” buttons.
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7. You may see the following message below. If you
do, tap Yes.
Figure 86a
8. Tap NEXT on the first screen of the installation
wizard.
Figure 86b
9. The next screen may or may not appear. If it
does, tap I accept the terms…, then NEXT.
Figure 86c
10. On the next screen, uncheck all three of the
options, then tap INSTALL.
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Figure 86d
11. On the next screen, it will mention that AutoRun
is turned off. Tap NO. You do not want iTunes
to turn AutoRun on.
Figure 86e
12. The installation will begin. This process may take
a very long time. Please do not turn off the device
during this process.
Figure 86f
13. On the last screen of the wizard, uncheck the box
next to “Open iTunes after installer exits”. Tap
FINISH.
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Figure 86g
14. The CellDEK will then reboot. At this point, iTunes
will have been updated.
iPhone Support – User Application Notes
Introduction
The iPod touch, iPhone 2G, 3G and 3GS are
supported on CellDEK. In order to extract the data
from an Apple device, iTunes must be installed on the
system*.
Periodically Apple release iTunes software updates
that are available for download from the Apple
website. Apple also release periodic iPhone software
updates for the iPhone device operating system that
is installed through iTunes. Newer versions of iTunes
may not have been tested by Logicube yet. Please
contact Logicube Technical Support to find out which
version of iTunes is supported.
Note: the iPhone extraction button will only be
displayed in the CellDEK software when a version of
iTunes is available on the system.
IOS 5.x
Data from iPhones with iOS 5.X has been fully
validated by Logicube. Please check the software
version’s release notes for the version of iTunes
required.
Error message: Cannot find .plist
When an iPhone is connected to CellDEK or CellDEK
TEK that has iTunes installed, a unique identifier file is
created and stored in the local windows system folder.
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This file is referred to as a .plist file and is used by the
CellDEK software to communicate with the device
directly.
When Apple launched support for the iPhone 3GS
and iPhone OS 3.0 in iTunes version 8.2 the storage
location for this .plist identifier file was changed. If a
newer iTunes version was used in conjunction with
CellDEK 1.14 the device would fail to connect and
result in an error message on connection: ‘cannot find
.plist’.
The CellDEK software version 1.15 was released
shortly afterwards and the new .plist storage location
was included to allow the support for any device
running the new iPhone software version 3.0
(including iPhone 3GS). Devices that had iPhone OS
version 3.x can only be extracted on CellDEK when
the iTunes version 8.2 - 9.x is installed.
Error message: Couldn’t find backup files
The latest release of iTunes (at the time of this
writing) is version 10.0.x. Further changes have been
made by Apple, in this version, which affects the
CellDEK apple device connection. When extracting
an iPhone on a CellDEK or CellDEK TEK running
version 1.16 (or below) in conjunction with iTunes
9.1.1 the error message ‘couldn’t find backup files’ will
be displayed shortly after connection.
Future releases from Apple
Every effort has been made to ensure that the
CellDEK software is compatible with the latest iPhone
version, although, it may be necessary to install future
updates of the iTunes software on CellDEK to enable
the support of any future iPhone OS releases.
If the user feels it absolutely necessary to install the
latest version of iTunes on CellDEK and problems are
encountered with the CellDEK functionality, the
software should be uninstalled and the supported
version can be reinstalled.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When uninstalling iTunes, the
Apple Mobile Device Support driver must also be
uninstalled separately.
Apple iPhone Pop-Up Window
When attaching an iPhone to the CellDEK, an Apple
iPhone pop-up window may appear. The pop-up
window asks you to “select the program to launch for
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this action”. Follow the steps below to remove this
window permanently.
Fig. 86h – Apple iPhone pop-up window
Apple iPhone pop-up window removal instructions
1. Reboot the CellDEK and log on to Windows. The
End User License Agreement (EULA) should
appear. Do not click the OK button and do not
close the window.
2. Double-tap the Hide Start Bar icon on the
desktop. The Windows Start button should
appear on the bottom left of the screen.
3. Tap the Start button then tap My Computer. The
My Computer window should appear.
4. Attach the iPhone to Cable 31 and attach Cable
31 to the CellDEK’s Phone Connector socket.
After a few seconds, an icon should appear under
Scanners and Cameras. Tap the new icon to
highlight/select it.
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Fig. 86i – Scanners and Cameras
5. With the iPhone highlighted, tap File in the menu
system, then tap Properties.
Fig. 86j – Properties menu
6. The Properties window should appear. Tap the
Events tab. Make sure that ‘Select an event’ is
set to Camera connected and the “Action” is set
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to Take no action. Tap OK to close the window
and save the changes.
Fig. 86k – Properties window
7. Disconnect the iPhone and Cable 31 from the
CellDEK. Place Cable 31 back on the CellDEK
rack.
8. Accept the EULA and the CellDEK software
should start.
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System Setup
The System Setup brings up a Setup Menu like Figure
87 below:
Figure 87 – System Setup Menu
Logical Extraction
Tapping this button brings up the Logical Extraction
settings screen.
Figure 88a – Extraction Settings Menu
Extract Files – Checking this box will cause CellDEK
to extract the target device’s file listing.
Automatically Extract All Files – Checking this box
will automatically download all Extended Data files
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without prompting the user. This includes all image,
video, audio and other files.
Skip Messages During Extraction – Checking this
box gives the option to skip unread SMS messages
during extraction. During a capture session, the
following prompt will appear:
Figure 89 – Skip Unread SMS Prompt
The prompt gives the user 15 seconds to skip or
download unread SMS messages. If none of the
buttons are pressed, then the messages are
skipped.
Do Extended SIM file acquisition – This feature will
pull all available data off of the SIM card.
Create Network Isolation Card after SIM Capture –
Checking this box will allow selective SIM data to be
copied post SIM extraction to a target Network
Isolation Card (NIC). The newly created NIC installed
in the handset and contains enough information to
appear to be the original SIM card, but it will not have
the necessary information to allow the handset to
connect to the network. This effectively provides
Network Isolation for the phone. For additional
information please refer to the supplied NIC v3.0 User
Notes.
Extract ALL Android Files – When checked, and the
Android device is rooted, ALL file locations will be
extracted. Please note this may take a long time to
complete the extraction.
If the device is not rooted, only the following file
locations will be extracted:
/sdcard/
If the device is rooted and the checkbox for
‘Extract ALL Android files’ is not checked, only the
following file locations will be extracted:
/sdcard/
/data/data/
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/data/misc/
Capture to external storage – CellDEK 1.18.0.0 and
newer versions support capturing data directly to a
USB thumb drive. When this selection is checked and
you perform a new extraction by tapping ‘Read New
Device’, you will be asked to choose where the
extraction files should be stored.
Figure 90 – Drive Selection Screen
Once a drive is selected, CellDEK will continue with
the extraction process as normal. CellDEK will store
the extraction files in the following directory:
‘[DRIVE]:\CellDEK\Datafiles\’.
CellDEK is capable of detecting encrypted thumb
drive software which it will execute allowing you to
enter the encryption password. Once the password is
entered correctly the drive will appear in the list
above.
To view previous extractions which were stored
directly on a USB thumb drive, enable ‘Capture to
external storage’ in Extraction Settings, and then
select ‘View previous extractions’. You will be asked
to choose where the extraction files are stored (which
drive they are on). Once you have done this, CellDEK
will list the previous extractions stored on the thumb
drive for you to choose from.
Physical Extraction
Tapping this button brings up the Physical Extraction
settings screen.
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Extract all Android partitions – When checked, and
the Android device is rooted, ALL partitions will be
extracted.
Recover files from whole partition – This option
attempts to recover files from the different partitions.
Capture to external storage – This option allows you
to save the captured data to an external storage
device such as a USB flash drive or USB external
drive.
Report Button
Tapping this button brings up the Report Settings
screen. Checked items are represented by a blue
box.
Figure 92 – Report Settings Menu
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On Screen Report Settings
Show Unread Messages – Un-checking this box
prevents CellDEK from showing any unread SMS
messages on screen. This setting can be used for
any phones that change extracted unread messages
to read status.
Show Hashes – Checking this box will display the
MD5 Hash Value for all extracted data files.
Show Error Descriptions – Checking this box will
show detailed error descriptions for any failure to
extract data. If unchecked, failure messages will
read:”An error occurred during the extraction of this
section of data”.
Show Image Metadata – Checking this box will
include metadata information with any downloaded
images. Fig. 92 shows an example of this:
Figure 93 – Image Thumbnail with Metadata
NOTE: All metadata may not be retrieved from every
image extraction.
Show Non-downloaded Files – Un-checking this box
replaces the list of non-downloaded files on the
screen with a statement that the user has chosen not
to show non-downloaded data.
Output Report Settings
Show Unread Messages – Un-checking this box
prevents CellDEK from showing any unread SMS
messages on the report.
Show Hashes – Checking this box will display the
MD5 Hash Value for all extracted data files.
Show Error Descriptions – Checking this box will
show detailed error descriptions for any failure to
extract data. If unchecked, failure messages will
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read:”An error occurred during the extraction of this
section of data”.
Show Image Metadata – Checking this box will
include metadata information with any downloaded
images on the report.
Show Image Thumb Nails – Checking this box will
show thumb nail images of any downloaded image
files on the report.
Show Non-downloaded Files – Un-checking this box
replaces the list of non-downloaded files on the report
with a statement that the user has chosen not to show
non-downloaded data.
Security Button
This button is activated if the Erase program is loaded
on the CellDEK. A single menu choice will appear
that asks if secure erase should be used when
deleting case files.
Figure 94 – Security Settings Menu
If “Use secure erase” is checked, a prompt appears
asking the user to change or accept default settings.
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Figure 95 – Secure Erase Default Prompt
If Change is tapped, another prompt appears asking
the user which level of security erase should be used.
Figure 96 – Secure Erase Settings
The settings are:
Pseudo – Erase performs a single pass over the data
and writes a pattern of random characters over it.
Gutmann – Erase copies an alternating random
pattern 35 times over the data. This verifies that all
magnetic traces of the data is gone.
US DoD 5220.22-M – Erase copies an alternating
random pattern 7 times over the data. This level of
erase conforms to DoD (Department of Defense)
specifications.
Security Erase
CellDEK utilizes a third party utility called Eraser by
Heidi Computers, Ltd. This utility is installed
separately from the CellDEK software and is available
as a part of software update 1.8.1.0.
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CellDEK automatically detects Erase when it is
installed on the unit and activated in the Security
Settings Menu.
Information Button
Tapping this button will bring up a screen that shows
Logicube Technical Support contact information.
Figure 91 –CellDEK Information Screen
It also allows the user to insert his or her company
logo into the printed reports.
1. On the user’s PC, rename the logo to LOGO.jpg.
Make sure that it is less than 1MB in size.
NOTE: The logo’s name is case sensitive, so it needs
to be written exactly as LOGO.jpg.
2. Copy the logo to the root directory of a USB
storage device.
3. In the “About CellDEK ” Screen, tap the “Update
Logo” button.
4. Insert the USB storage device into the USB port.
5. Tap the OK button.
6. The logo will be automatically copied to CellDEK
and overwrite any existing logo.
Virus Check
A virus check option has been included within the
system setup menu. The user can now run a
malware removal tool to check for virus infection.
See the section “Virus Checker” in Chapter 2: Getting
Started for more information.
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Auxiliary Power Port
CellDEK has an extra 12VDC power port that is
located next to the IR Emitter on the control panel.
This port can be used to power such devices as a
light source or external jammer.
From the Main Application Screen, tap the “Aux
Power” button to turn the port on or off. The button
will display the on/off status.
Shutting Down CellDEK
The system can be shut down directly from the Main
Application Screen. Tap the “Shut Down” button and
confirm the action. CellDEK will automatically power
itself down.
Figure 97 – Shutdown Screen
Standby Mode
Additionally, closing the lid of CellDEK while it is
powered will send the embedded PC into Standby
Mode. When the lid is opened again, the embedded
PC will come back up out of standby mode.
NOTE: Once the lid is closed, DO NOT re-open the
lid until CellDEK emits “USB Logoff” tones.
Otherwise, CellDEK will “hang”. If this happens, shut
down the unit and wait 30 – 60 seconds before
powering it back up.
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6. Glossary and Troubleshooting Guide
Supported Manufacturers
CellDEK is able to directly support many different
wireless devices. Many of these major brands are
supported now or will be in the near future:
Nokia
Motorola
Sony Ericsson
Samsung
Siemens
Audiovox
Kyocera
Palm
LG
Sanyo
Blackberry
Windows
Apple iPhone
HP iPAQ Satellite Navigation Device
TomTom Satellite Navigation Devices
Garmin Satellite Navigation Devices
Glossary
SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) - Essentially a small computer on a card that sits within the
mobile phone and controls various functions of call making. It also has enough memory to hold
information such as ADN and SMS.
ADN (Abbreviated Dialing Numbers) - more commonly known as the phonebook or contacts.
SMS (Short Message Service) – SMS is a form of textual conversation permitted by a network
carrier. The service allows a user to send and receive textual messages direct to their handsets.
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The storage capacity depends on the handset and SIM. The date and time of received messages is
generated by the network, all other date and time stamps are generated from the handset time.
The maximum character length is 160 per SMS. Some handsets allow longer messages to be
compiled and therefore are split into relevant parts when sent, these messages are known as
concatenated.
Deleted SMS (Short Message Service) - These are text messages that have been deleted from
the SIM card by the cellphone user. However, most mobile phones do not remove the message,
but mark the message to be overwritten by incoming messages from the network.
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) – A service which allows Multimedia messages to be sent
from one mobile to another via one or more call centres or network providers. A Multimedia
message is stored on the handset and can contain a combination of text, video clips, images and
sound clips.
ICCID (Integrated Circuit Card Identifier) - The serial number of the SIM card stored electronically
within the SIM. A similar number or shortened version is often found printed on the SIM card.
IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identifier) - This is a unique number given to each
handset. This is usually printed somewhere on the handset, (typically in the battery compartment)
and stored electronically in the phone handset memory. It can be viewed typing *#06# on the
keypad.
PIN (Personal Identification Number) - The SIM card has been locked against unauthorized
access using the PIN number. When PIN security is activated, the correct PIN number must be
entered in order to use any of the features of the handset (make calls, access ADN etc.) The only
calls that can be made without a PIN are calls to the emergency services.
PUK (Personnel Unblocking Key) - If the PIN is unknown the PUK is used to unblock the SIM
card and enable a new PIN code to be entered.
MSISDN (Mobile Station ISDN Number) - This number is the standard international number used
to identify a given subscriber. However, the number stored in the MSISDN location on a SIM Card
can be changed without affecting the actual telephone number. Therefore, the MSISDN number
downloaded from the SIM card can only be used as an indicator.
IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) – This is a unique number allocated to each
mobile phone subscriber, stored electronically within the SIM Card. It is used by the network to look
up the telephone number associated to the SIM Card.
GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) - a digital mobile telephone system that is
widely used in Europe and other parts of the world. GSM uses a variation of time division multiple
access (TDMA) and is the most widely used of the three digital wireless telephone technologies
(TDMA, GSM, and CDMA).
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) - refers to any of several protocols used in so-called
second-generation (2G) and third-generation (3G) wireless communications. As the term implies,
CDMA is a form of multiplexing, which allows numerous signals to occupy a single transmission
channel, optimizing the use of available bandwidth. The technology is used in ultra-high-frequency
(UHF) cellular telephone systems in the 800-MHz and 1.9-GHz bands.
TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) - is a technology used in digital cellular telephone
communication that divides each cellular channel into three time slots in order to increase the
amount of data that can be carried.
Cluster The smallest block of memory in a drive that can be written to individually by the file
system.
Allocation table Table that keeps track of the contents of each cluster on the drive. The allocation
table is used to combine clusters in the correct order to construct the files in the file system.
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Allocated space Any cluster that is being used to store a file and has a written entry in the
allocation table
Unallocated Space Any clusters that have an empty entry in the allocation table (i.e. are not
assigned to any file) and are marked as being available for over writing by the file system.
Extant File A files that is still active in the file system and has appropriate entries in the allocation
table to be reconstructed.
Contiguous File A file stored using clusters that are located next to each other in the drive’s
memory.
Troubleshooting Guide
The CellDEK battery may be flat.
Try connecting the charger.
CellDEK fails to power up/ no lights on
connector rack on power up.
Dimensions entered do not display correct
phone
Cell phone not listed or no image can be
found.
Infrared discovery failed
Bluetooth extraction failed
NOTE: the embedded PC may still have power
when the internal battery does not. No light on the
connectors indicates a flat internal battery. The
lights should illuminate when the charger is
inserted.
Re-measure and re-enter dimensions by adjusting
them slightly.
NOTE: The phone may not yet be included in the
identification module
Phone may not yet be supported by the
identification module. Select a similar device from
the listing and use IR or Bluetooth ONLY.
Damage to the handset can occur by selecting the
wrong cable for a device and is not recommended.
NOTE: The device make and model reported is
obtained from the phone not based on the device
selected from the identification module.
Ensure infrared is active on target device and IR
window is aligned with the CellDEK’s pickup
sensor.
Ensure Bluetooth is active on target device and
device is in discoverable mode. Also, device may
be asking for a 4-digit code number or file
acceptance on screen during the extraction.
Connector not lit
Ensure cable is replaced correctly and retry then
reboot the CellDEK if problem persists.
No cable connection method offered
Ensure all connectors are correctly inserted into
the storage rack and reboot the CellDEK.
Connection to hardware com port suspect - reboot
CellDEK.
No battery monitor onscreen
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com port success.
CellDEK application freezes continuously
Hold power switch in the ‘on’ position for a few
seconds until shutdown. Wait for unit to emit
“beeps” before releasing switch.
SIM card read fail
Ensure SIM is correctly inserted and in the correct
orientation.
‘SIM PIN required’ message
Enter PIN code. If entered incorrectly 3 times
PUK will be required.
‘SIM PUK required’ message
Contact carrier/provider to obtain PUK code.
CellDEK fails to read memory card
Ensure card is inserted correctly. Reboot
CellDEK.
SIM Card LED goes out
CellDEK unit freezes or crashes
If problems persist, hold power switch in the ‘on’
position for a few seconds until shutdown. Wait
for unit to emit “beeps” before releasing switch.
Hold power switch in the ‘on’ position for a few
seconds until shutdown. Wait for unit to emit
“beeps” before releasing switch.
Error Messages
If an error message occurs during CellDEK use, a
small “Help” icon appears in the corner of the error.
Figure 97 – Help Icon Location
Tap the Help Icon to bring up a description of the error
message and possible solutions.
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Figure 98 – Error Message Help Window
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7. Supported Handsets
Handsets tested on CellDEK and the results verified
These handsets are assigned a green tick next to their image on CellDEK.
The following handsets have been tested on CellDEK using the standard validation
procedures of Logicube. The results below display the data sets that can be extracted from
CellDEK for the specific handset. There may be additional data sets available from handsets
and these will require further examination.
Key:
Phone ID
Phone ID w timestamp
Contacts
Call Logs
Call Logs w timestamp
SMS


SMS w timestamp 
MMS
MMS

Files


Organizer


Model
1
ACER
beTouch E101
2
ACER
F900
3
ACER
n50
4
ACER
X960
5
ALCATEL
OT-C707
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 

 

  

  GSM

  GSM

  GSM


    GSM
9
Jan-10
9
Jan-10

137

 GSM
Date Added
Cable No.
Organiser
Files
Messages








Mobile Standard
Manufacturer
Call Logs
No
.
Contacts
Phone ID
Handsets that appear with no cable number assigned are supported via Infrared or
Bluetooth methods.
Cable Number 999 refers to the external Nokia CA-42 cable
Jul-06
9
Oct-09
Apr-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS

AMOI
WP-S1
7
ANDROID
G1

8
APPLE
iPhone

9
APPLE
iPhone 3G

10
11
APPLE
APPLE
iPhone 4
iPad
12
BENQ
E72
13
P50
16
BENQ
BENQ
SIEMENS
BENQ
SIEMENS
BENQ
SIEMENS
17
BLACKBERRY
7230
18
BLACKBERRY
7250
19
BLACKBERRY
7290
20
BLACKBERRY
8100
21
BLACKBERRY
8120
22
BLACKBERRY
8300
23
BLACKBERRY
8310
24
BLACKBERRY
8320
25
BLACKBERRY
8330
26
BLACKBERRY
8520
27
BLACKBERRY
8800
28
BLACKBERRY
8800
29
BLACKBERRY
8820
30
BLACKBERRY
8830
31
BLACKBERRY
8900
32
BLACKBERRY
9000
15
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


 GSM
9
Apr-09
 GSM
9
Jul-08
 GSM
31
Oct-08
 GSM
31
Oct-09
 GSM
  N/A
31
31
 GSM
9
Jan-09
  GSM

   GSM
9
Jul-06












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
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
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











May-11
Sep-12
Apr-07
 GSM
Jul-06

 GSM
Jul-07

 GSM
9
Apr-08

 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Jan-07
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Jan-09
 GSM
9
Jan-09
 GSM
9
Jul-08
 GSM
CDM
 A
9
Apr-08
9
Jan-09
 GSM
26
Jan-10
 GSM
9
Jan-10
 GSM
9
Oct-08
 GSM
CDM
  A
9
Apr-08
9
Oct-08
 GSM
26
Jul-09
 GSM
9
Jan-09


SUPPORTED HANDSETS
33
BLACKBERRY
9500
34
BLACKBERRY
9530
35
BLACKBERRY
9700
36
BLACKBERRY
7100t
37
BLACKBERRY
7100v
38
BLACKBERRY
7100x
39
BLACKBERRY
8700f
40
BLACKBERRY
8700g
41
BLACKBERRY
8700v
42
BLACKBERRY
8707g
43
BLACKBERRY
8707v
44
BLACKBERRY
9780
45
BLACKBERRY
9800
46
BLACKBERRY
9650
47
DELL
AXIM X51v
48
E-TEN
P300B
49
GLOFIISH
M810
50
GLOFIISH
X600
51
HP
iPAQ 514
52
HP
iPAQ H5550
53
HP
iPAQ HW6915
54
HP
iPAQ rx1950
55
HP
iPAQ rz1710
56
HTC
Desire
57
HTC
EVO 4G
58
HTC
Hero
59
HTC
Incredible
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

  

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  
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
  


  

  

  


  


  

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

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60
HTC
Kaizer
  
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139
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  GSM
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   GSM
  GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

  GSM

  GSM

   GSM









26
Jul-09
26
Jul-09
26
Sep-10
9
Apr-06
9
Apr-06
9
Apr-06
9
Jan-07
9
Jan-07
9
Oct-07
9
Oct-09
9
Jul-07
26
26
26
Dec-11
Dec-11
Dec-11
 GSM
Oct-06
 GSM
Oct-07
 GSM
9
Oct-09
 GSM
9
Oct-08
 GSM
9
Oct-07
  GSM

  GSM
Oct-06
  GSM
Jul-07









 GSM
Jul-06

Jul-06
  GSM
CDM
  A
26
 GSM
CDM
 A
9
26
 GSM
9
26
May-11
May-11
Oct-09
May-11
Jan-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
 
61
HTC
Magic
62
HTC
NEXUS ONE
63
HTC
P3300
64
HTC
P3450
65
HTC
P3470
66
HTC
P5500
67
HTC
S310
68
HTC
S620
69
HTC
S710
70
HTC
S740
71
HTC
S743
72
HTC
Shadow
73
HTC
SMT5800
74
HTC
Snap
75
HTC
Tattoo
76
HTC
Tornado
77
HTC
78
HTC
79
HTC
Touch
TOUCH
CRUISE
TOUCH
DIMOND
80
HTC
Inspire
81
HTC
ThunderBolt
82
HTC
Sensation
83
HTC
Amaze 4G
84
HTC
Status
85
HUAWEI
U8150
86
HUAWEI
M735
87
HUAWEI
U8800
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
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


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








 GSM
9
  GSM
26
 GSM
9
Oct-07
 GSM
9
Jul-09
 GSM
9
Oct-08
 GSM
9
Oct-08
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Oct-08
 GSM
9
Jul-08
 GSM
9
Jul-09
 GSM
18
 GSM
CDM
 A
9
Oct-08
9
Sep-10
 GSM
9
Oct-09
 GSM
9
Jan-10
 GSM
9
Jan-08
 GSM
9
Oct-07
 GSM
9
Apr-09
 GSM
9
  GSM
CDM
  A
26
Jul-09
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
  GSM
26
  GSM
26
  GSM
26
  GSM
CDM
  A
26
  GSM
26


26
26
Oct-09
Dec-10
Dec-10
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
Apr-12
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
88
HUAWEI
M860
89
IMATE
JAM
90
IMATE
JAMin
91
IMATE
JASJAR
92
IMATE
K-JAM
93
IMATE
PDA2K
94
IMATE
SP3i
95
IMATE
SP5
96
IMATE
SPL


  

  

  
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
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  


  
97
KYOCERA
K323
 
98
KYOCERA
K342
 
99
10
0
10
1
10
2
10
3
10
4
10
5
10
6
10
7
10
8
10
9
11
0
11
1
11
2
11
3
11
4
KYOCERA
K404
KYOCERA
K9
 

KYOCERA
KX1
 

KYOCERA
KX160
 

KYOCERA
KX5
 

KYOCERA
KX9a
 

KYOCERA
S1300
 

KYOCERA
S4000
 
KYOCERA
SE47
KYOCERA
M1400
LG
A7110
LG
AX380
LG
C1300i
LG
C1500
LG
C2000
LG
C2500
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CDM
A
26
  GSM
9
Jul-06
  GSM
9
Jul-06
  GSM
9
Oct-06
  GSM

  GSM
9
Jul-06
  GSM
9
Jul-06
  GSM

  GSM
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
   A
CDM
  A
CDM
  A
CDM
   A
CDM

   A
9
Jul-06
9
Jul-07
  
  


  GSM
  
CDM


      A

      GSM

      GSM

      GSM



      GSM
141
Sep-12
Jul-08
Jan-09
Jan-09
3
Jul-06
3
Jan-09
3
Jan-09
3
Jan-09
Jan-09
3
Jan-09
26
Sep-10
26
Sep-10
19
26
Jul-06
Dec
2011
5
Jul-06
27
Jul-09
19
Jan-07
19
Jan-07
19
Jan-07
9
Jul-10
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
11
5
11
6
11
7
11
8
11
9
12
0
12
1
12
2
12
3
12
4
12
5
12
6
12
7
12
8
12
9
13
0
13
1
13
2
13
3
13
4
13
5
13
6
13
7
13
8
13
9
14
0
14
1
LG
CE500

  
LG
CG225
 

LG
CG300

LG
F2500
 

 
LG
F9100
 

LG
F9200
 

LG
G4020
 

LG
G4050
 

LG
GD900

LG
GS170
LG
GT365
LG
GT950 (Arena)
 

 

 

 
LG
GW300
 

LG
GW520
LG
GW820 (Expo)
LG
KC550
LG
KC780







LG






 





KC910
 

LG
KE500


LG
KE770


LG
KE800


LG
KE820


LG
KE850


LG
KE970


LG
KF510


LG
KF600
LG
KG200















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
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











 GSM
5
Jul-06

 GSM
19
Jan-07

 GSM
19
Jan-07
 GSM
Apr-08

 GSM
19
Jan-07

 GSM
19
Jan-07

 GSM
19
Apr-08

 GSM
19
Jan-07
 GSM
26
Jan-10
Dec-10

 GSM
26

 GSM
27
  GSM
26
 GSM
26
Jan-10
 GSM
26
Jan-10
 GSM
26
 GSM
27
Oct-08
 GSM
27
Oct-09
 GSM
27
Apr-09
 GSM
27
Oct-08
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
27
Jan-09
 GSM
27
Jan-09
 GSM
9
Sep-10

Sep-10
May-11
May-11
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
14
2
14
3
14
4
14
5
14
6
14
7
14
8
14
9
15
0
15
1
15
2
15
3
15
4
15
5
15
6
15
7
15
8
15
9
16
0
16
1
16
2
16
3
16
4
16
5
16
6
16
7
16
8
LG
KG300
LG
KG320
LG
KG800
LG
KG810
LG


  

  

  

KG920
 

 
LG
KM710
 

LG
KM900

LG
KP170
 

 
LG
KP500
 

LG
KU990
 

LG
L1150
 

LG
L1200
 

LG
L1400i
 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
LG
LG6190

LG
LX150

LG
LX160

LG
LX550

LG
LX5550

LG
MM535
LG
MN240 (Imprint)



LG
MT310
LG
P7200
LG
PM225
LG
PM325
LG
S5200


  

  

  

  
LG
U8110
 
LG
U8120
 
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








 GSM
9
Sep-10
 GSM
27
Jul-07
 GSM
27
Oct-06
 GSM
27
Apr-08
 GSM
5
Oct-06
 GSM
27
Oct-08



 GSM
Jan-10
 GSM
27
Jan-10
 GSM
27
Apr-09
 GSM
27
Apr-09

 GSM
19
Apr-08

 GSM
19
Jan-07

 GSM
19
Jan-07
6
Sep-10
27
Apr-08
27
Apr-08
6
Apr-08
5
Oct-07
6
Apr-06
CDM
 A
CDM
  A
CDM
  A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
26
26
May-11
Dec-10
  GSM
CDM

  A
CDM

  A
5
Apr-06
6
Apr-06
6
Apr-06
  GSM

    GSM

   GSM
5
Apr-06
5
Apr-09
5
Apr-09
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
16
9
17
0
17
1
17
2
17
3
17
4
17
5
17
6
17
7
17
8
17
9
18
0
18
1
18
2
18
3
18
4
18
5
18
6
18
7
18
8
18
9
19
0
19
1
19
2
19
3
19
4
19
5
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
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  
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  


  


  


  


  
LG
U8130
 

 GSM
5
Apr-09
LG
U8138


 GSM
5
Apr-09
LG
U8360

 GSM
5
Apr-09
LG
U8380

 GSM
5
Apr-09
LG
UN430

LG
UX260

LG
UX300

LG
UX355

LG
UX390

LG
UX4750

LG
UX5000

LG
VI125

LG
VX10000

LG
VX4500

LG
VX4600

LG
VX4700

LG
VX5200

LG
VX5300

LG
VX5400

LG
VX5500

LG
VX5600

LG
VX6000

LG
VX6100

LG
VX6190

LG
VX7000

LG
VX8000

LG
VX8100

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CDM
  A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
 GSM
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
26
27
26
Dec-10
Oct-09
Dec-10
6
Jul-07
6
Jul-07
6
Jan-08
6
Jan-08
6
Apr-06
27
Jan-09
19
Jul-06
19
Jul-06
6
Apr-06
6
Apr-06
21
Oct-06
27
Jan-09
26
Sep-10
26
Dec-10
5
Jul-06
6
Apr-06
6
Sep-10
6
Jul-06
6
Jul-06
6
Apr-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
19
6
19
7
19
8
19
9
20
0
20
1
20
2
20
3
20
4
20
5
20
6
20
7
20
8
20
9
21
0
21
1
21
2
21
3
21
4
21
5
21
6
21
7
21
8
21
9
22
0
22
1
22
2
LG
VX8300
LG
VX8350
LG
VX8500
LG
VX8575
LG
VX8610
LG
VX8700
LG
VX8800
LG
VX9100
LG
VX9200
LG
VX9400
LG
VX9700
LG
VX9800
LG
VX9900
LG
P509
LG
KS20
LG
VS750
LG
UX310
LG
MT375
LG
VN530
LG
P505
LG
C729
LG
LG670
LG
AX145
LG
P925
LG
P930
LOBSTER
700TV
MIO
A501
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
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  
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  
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  
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  
  

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  
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
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






CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
21
Oct-06
27
Apr-08
27
Oct-08
26
Sep-10
26
Oct-09
27
Jan-09
27
Jan-09
26
Jan-09
26
27
26
Dec-10
Apr-08
Dec-10
6
Jan-07
27
Oct-08
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
  GSM
26
  GSM
CDM
  A
CDM

   A
CDM

  A
CDM
  A

   GSM

   GSM
CDM

   A
CDM

  A

   GSM

   GSM

  GSM

  GSM
27
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
19
26
26
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
9
Jan-08
9
Jul-09
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
22
3
22
4
22
5
22
6
22
7
22
8
22
9
23
0
23
1
23
2
23
3
23
4
23
5
23
6
23
7
23
8
23
9
24
0
24
1
24
2
24
3
24
4
24
5
24
6
24
7
24
8
24
9
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MOTOROLA
A701
MB810
(DROID X)
MOTOROLA
A555 (Devour)
MOTOROLA
A835
MOTOROLA
A855
MOTOROLA
C332
MOTOROLA
C343
MOTOROLA
C350
MOTOROLA
C385
MOTOROLA
C390
MOTOROLA
C550
MOTOROLA
C650
MOTOROLA
C975
MOTOROLA
E1
MOTOROLA
E1000
MOTOROLA
E1070
MOTOROLA
E398
MOTOROLA
E8
MOTOROLA
E815
MOTOROLA
K1
MOTOROLA
K1m
MOTOROLA
K3
MOTOROLA
L2
MOTOROLA
L6
MOTOROLA
L7
MOTOROLA
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MOTOROLA
MPX200
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
 GSM
CDM
  A
CDM
  A
9
26
26
Apr-07
May-11
May-11
 GSM
CDM
 A
24
Dec-05
26
Sep-10
 GSM
9
Jul-07
CDM
  A
24
Apr-06

 GSM
9
Apr-06

 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
24
Dec-05
 GSM
CDM
 A
24
Apr-06
24
Oct-06
 GSM
9
Jan-07
 GSM
24
Dec-05


 GSM
Jan-10
CDM
  A
Oct-06

 GSM
CDM
 A
9
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Oct-06
 GSM
9
Apr-06
 GSM
CDM
  A
9
Apr-06
 GSM
9

Oct-07
Apr-07
Jan-10
Jul-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
25
0
25
1
25
2
25
3
25
4
25
5
25
6
25
7
25
8
25
9
26
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6
26
7
26
8
26
9
27
0
27
1
27
2
27
3
27
4
27
5
27
6
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Q
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Q9h
MOTOROLA
QA1
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T280i
MOTOROLA
T300p
MOTOROLA
U6
MOTOROLA
V1050
MOTOROLA
V120c
MOTOROLA
V180
MOTOROLA
V188
MOTOROLA
V190
MOTOROLA
V195
MOTOROLA
V220
MOTOROLA
V235
MOTOROLA
V260
MOTOROLA
V265
MOTOROLA
V3
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V300
MOTOROLA
V360
MOTOROLA
V3a
MOTOROLA
V3c
MOTOROLA
V3i
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V3m
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V3x
MOTOROLA
V3xx
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V400
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24
Jul-06
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9
Jan-08
 GSM
26
Apr-08
 GSM
26
Sep-10


 GSM
Oct-06
CDM
  A
24
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Apr-06
 GSM
CDM
  A
24
Oct-06
24
Apr-06
 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Apr-06

 GSM
9
Jul-07

 GSM
9
Oct-06
 GSM
9
Apr-06
 GSM
9
Jan-07
24
Jan-08
24
Apr-08
 GSM
9
Dec-05
 GSM
24
Dec-05
 GSM
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
9
Apr-06
 GSM
CDM
  A
9
 GSM
9
Jul-06
 GSM
9
Oct-09
 GSM
24
Jan-08

CDM
  A
CDM
  A

9
May-11
Jan-10
Apr-06
Apr-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
27
7
27
8
27
9
28
0
28
1
28
2
28
3
28
4
28
5
28
6
28
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29
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29
4
29
5
29
6
29
7
29
8
29
9
30
0
30
1
30
2
30
3
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V540
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V550
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V551
MOTOROLA
V6
MOTOROLA
V600
MOTOROLA
V60p
MOTOROLA
V60v
MOTOROLA
V620
MOTOROLA
V635
MOTOROLA
V65p
MOTOROLA
V66i
MOTOROLA
V70
MOTOROLA
V710
MOTOROLA
V8
MOTOROLA
V80
MOTOROLA
V860 (Barrage)
MOTOROLA
V9
MOTOROLA
V950
MOTOROLA
V975
MOTOROLA
V980
MOTOROLA
V9m
MOTOROLA
VE240
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W385
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W450
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W510
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
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
 GSM
24
Jul-08
 GSM
24
Dec-05
 GSM
24
Jul-07
 GSM
24
Apr-06
 GSM
24
Apr-06
 GSM
9
Jul-07


 GSM
CDM
  A
CDM
  A
24
Dec-05
24
Jul-07
 GSM
24
Apr-06
 GSM
CDM
  A
24
Dec-05
24
Apr-08

 GSM
24
Dec-05

 GSM
24
Dec-05
CDM
  A
24
Apr-06

Dec-05
 GSM
Jan-10
 GSM
CDM
 A
24
 GSM
CDM
  A
26
 GSM
24
Jul-08
 GSM
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
CDM
 A
24
Dec-05
  GSM

     GSM
26
May-11
Apr-08
Jan-10
Apr-08
9
May-11
Apr-08
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148
Dec-05
Oct-09
9
Jan-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
30
4
30
5
30
6
30
7
30
8
30
9
31
0
31
1
31
2
31
3
31
4
31
5
31
6
31
7
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MOTOROLA
W755
W840
(Quantico)
MOTOROLA
Z3
MOTOROLA
Z6
MOTOROLA
Z6m
MOTOROLA
Z6tv
MOTOROLA
Z8
MOTOROLA
Z9
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ZN4
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MB860
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XT610
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CDM

     A
CDM

    A

    GSM
 

  

  

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
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
 

 

 

Jan-10
26
9
 GSM
Jan-10
Sep-10
 GSM
Jul-08


 GSM
Apr-08
26
Apr-09
26
Jan-10
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
CDM
  A
  GSM
CDM
   A

   GSM

  GSM

   GSM
26
26
9
Sep-12
Apr-09
Jan-09
31
8
NOKIA
1100


   

 GSM
31
9
NOKIA
1101


   

 GSM
32
0
NOKIA
1110

   

 GSM
32
1
NOKIA
1112


   

 GSM
32
2
NOKIA
1200


   

 GSM
32
3
NOKIA
1208


   

 GSM
32
4
NOKIA
1209


   

 GSM
25(C
D-
149
Apr-07
CDM
 A
CDM
  A
25(C
DNOK1
)
25(C
DNOK1
)
25(C
DNOK2
)
25(C
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)
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)
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32
5
32
6
32
7
32
8
32
9
33
0
33
1
33
2
33
3
33
4
33
5
33
6
33
7
33
8
33
9
34
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34
1
34
2
NOKIA
1600
NOKIA
2100
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NOKIA
2285

   



  
NOKIA
2300
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
   
NOKIA
2310
NOKIA
2600
NOKIA
2610
NOKIA
2626
NOKIA
2630
NOKIA
2650
NOKIA
2652
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2680
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2760
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3100
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3109
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3110
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3120
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3200
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
 GSM
CDM
  A

 GSM

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
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



  



    
 GSM
 GSM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
150
















999
25(C
DNOK1
)
25(C
DNOK2
)
 GSM
Oct-07
Oct-07
Oct-06
Oct-07
Oct-07
Jul-08
25(C
DNOK2
)
25(C
DNOK2
)
 GSM



     GSM














25(C
DNOK2
)
25(C
DNOK3
)
Oct-07
Oct-07
Apr-08
25(C
DNOK6
)
25(C
DNOK6
)
Oct-07
Oct-07

 GSM
Jan-09

 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
999
Oct-06

 GSM
9
Oct-07

 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
999
Jul-08
 GSM
999
Apr-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
34
3
34
4
34
5
34
6
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






 

 

 

 

   GSM

   GSM

  GSM

   GSM
NOKIA
3210
NOKIA
3220
NOKIA
3230
NOKIA
3250
34
7
NOKIA
3310


   

 GSM
34
8
NOKIA
3330

  


 GSM
34
9
NOKIA
3410

   

 GSM
NOKIA
3510

 GSM
NOKIA
3555
NOKIA
5000
NOKIA
5070
NOKIA
5100
NOKIA
5110
NOKIA
5140
NOKIA
5200
NOKIA
5210
NOKIA
5220
NOKIA
5230
NOKIA
5300
NOKIA
5310
NOKIA
5320
35
0
35
1
35
2
35
3
35
4
35
5
35
6
35
7
35
8
35
9
36
0
36
1
36
2
36
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 
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 
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 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
151











25(C
DNOK8
)
Oct-07
999
Apr-07
12
Apr-07
12
25(C
DNOK9
)
25(C
DNOK9
)
25(C
DNOK9
)
25(C
DNOK5
)
Apr-07
Jan-08
26
Oct-08
Oct-07
Oct-07
Jan-08
CDM

 A

 GSM

 GSM
Oct-08
999
Jul-07
Dec-05
 GSM
999
25(C
DNOK7
)
 GSM
999
Jul-08
 GSM
9
Apr-07
 GSM
Oct-07

 GSM

 GSM
26
Oct-08
 GSM
26
Sep-10

 GSM
9
Apr-07

 GSM
26
Jan-08
 GSM
26
Jan-09
Apr-07
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
36
4
36
5
36
6
36
7









 

 

 

 








 GSM
12
Apr-07

 GSM
26
Apr-08

 GSM
9
Jul-07
26
25(C
DNOK5
)
Jul-09
Oct-07
999
Dec-05
999
25(C
DNOK2
)
25(C
DNOK2
)
25(C
DNOK2
)
Apr-06
 GSM
999
Oct-06

 GSM
999
Jan-07

 GSM
12
Jul-07

 GSM
12
Apr-08
 GSM
999
Dec-05
 GSM
999
Dec-05
 GSM
999
Oct-06
 GSM
999
Oct-07
 GSM
12
Apr-06
 GSM
9
Jan-08
 GSM
12
25(C
DNOK7
)
Oct-06
NOKIA
5500
NOKIA
5610
NOKIA
5700
NOKIA
5800
NOKIA
6010
NOKIA
6020
NOKIA
6021

  


  


  
37
1
NOKIA
6030



   

 GSM
37
2
NOKIA
6060



   

 GSM
NOKIA
6061

 GSM
NOKIA
6070

NOKIA
6080
NOKIA
6085
NOKIA
6086
NOKIA
6100
NOKIA
6101
NOKIA
6103
NOKIA
6108
NOKIA
6111
NOKIA
6120
NOKIA
6125


  

  


  


  


  


  


  

  


  


  


  

  
NOKIA
6130



   
36
8
36
9
37
0
37
3
37
4
37
5
37
6
37
7
37
8
37
9
38
0
38
1
38
2
38
3
38
4
38
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
   GSM












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













 GSM
Oct-07
Oct-07
Apr-08
Oct-07
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
38
6
38
7
38
8
38
9
39
0
39
1
39
2
39
3
39
4
39
5
39
6
39
7
39
8
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9
40
0
40
1
40
2
40
3
40
4
40
5
40
6
40
7
40
8
40
9
41
0
NOKIA
6131
NOKIA
6136
NOKIA
6150
NOKIA
6151
NOKIA
6170
NOKIA
6200
NOKIA
6210
NOKIA
6210
NOKIA
6220
NOKIA
6225
NOKIA
6230
NOKIA
6233
NOKIA
6234
NOKIA
6260
NOKIA
6263
NOKIA
6267
NOKIA
6270
NOKIA
6280
NOKIA
6282
NOKIA
6288
NOKIA
6290
NOKIA
6300
NOKIA
6301
NOKIA
6310
NOKIA
6360
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153
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12
Jul-06
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Jan-07

 GSM
12
25(C
DNOK7
)

 GSM
12
Oct-06

 GSM
12
Dec-05
 GSM
999
Jul-07
 GSM
26
25(C
DNOK7
)
Jul-09
Oct-07
 GSM
999
Dec-05
CDM
 A
999
Jul-07
 GSM
12
Apr-06
 GSM
12
Oct-06
 GSM
12
Jul-07
 GSM
CDM
  A
12
Jan-07
9
Oct-08

 GSM
9
Jan-08

 GSM
12
Jul-06

 GSM
12
Apr-06

 GSM
12
Jul-07

 GSM
12
Jul-07

 GSM
9
Oct-07

 GSM
9
Jul-07

 GSM
9
Jan-09

 GSM




 GSM

 A
CDM
Oct-07
Apr-06
25(C
D-
Oct-07
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
NOK7
)
41
1
41
2
41
3
41
4
41
5
41
6
41
7
41
8
41
9
42
0
42
1
42
2
42
3
42
4
42
5
42
6
42
7
42
8
42
9
43
0
43
1
43
2
43
3
43
4
43
NOKIA
6510
NOKIA
6555
NOKIA
6610
NOKIA
6620
NOKIA
6630
NOKIA
6650
NOKIA
6670
NOKIA
6680
NOKIA
6790
NOKIA
6800
NOKIA
6810
NOKIA
6820
NOKIA
6822
NOKIA
7020
NOKIA
7110
NOKIA
7200
NOKIA
7210
NOKIA
7210
NOKIA
7260
NOKIA
7270
NOKIA
7280
NOKIA
7360
NOKIA
7370
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154
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Apr-07
 GSM
26
Jan-08
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999
Apr-06
 GSM
12
Apr-07


 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
26
Jul-09
 GSM
12
Jan-07
 GSM
12
Jan-07
 GSM
26
Sep-10

 GSM
999
Oct-07

 GSM
999
Jul-07

 GSM
999
Apr-06

 GSM
999
Dec-05
  GSM

 GSM
26
25(C
DNOK7
)
Dec-10
Oct-07

 GSM
999
Oct-06

 GSM
26
Jan-09
 GSM
999
Dec-05

 GSM
999
Apr-06

 GSM
12
Dec-05

 GSM

 GSM
999
Apr-06

 GSM
12
Apr-06

 GSM
12
Apr-07

 GSM
Dec-05
Apr-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
5
43
6
43
7
43
8
43
9
44
0
44
1
44
2
44
3
44
4
44
5
44
6
44
7
44
8
44
9
45
0
45
1
45
2
45
3
45
4
45
5
45
6
45
7
45
8
NOKIA
7390
NOKIA
7500
NOKIA
7510
NOKIA
7600
NOKIA
7610
NOKIA
7900
NOKIA
8210
NOKIA
8310
NOKIA
8800
NOKIA
8850
NOKIA
8910
NOKIA
1110i
NOKIA
2323 Classic
NOKIA
2330 Classic
NOKIA
2700 Classic
NOKIA
2720 Fold
NOKIA
2730 Classic
NOKIA
2865i
NOKIA
3120 Classic
NOKIA
3155i
NOKIA
3500 classic
NOKIA
3510i
NOKIA
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9
Apr-07

 GSM
9
Jan-08

 GSM
26
Jul-09
 GSM
12
Dec-05
 GSM
12
Jan-07
26
25(C
DNOK3
)
Apr-08
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 GSM
   GSM

   GSM

   GSM

   GSM
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



 GSM
Apr-07
Apr-07
Dec-05
Apr-07
Dec-05
25(C
DNOK2
)
Oct-07

 GSM
Oct-09

 GSM
Oct-09

 GSM

 GSM

 GSM

26
Oct-09
Jan-10
26
Jan-10
 A
12
Jan-08

 GSM
26
Apr-09

 A
12
Apr-08

 GSM
9
25(C
DNOK5
)
Jan-08
26
Oct-08
CDM
CDM

   GSM

   GSM
Oct-07
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
45
9
46
0
46
1
46
2
46
3
46
4
46
5
46
6
46
7
46
8
46
9
47
0
47
1
47
2
47
3
47
4
47
5
47
6
47
7
47
8
47
9
48
0
48
1
48
2
48
3
48
4
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3720 Classic
5130 Xpress
Music
NOKIA
5140i
5530 Xpress
Music
5630 Xpress
Music
5730 Xpress
Music
NOKIA
6015i
NOKIA
6030b
NOKIA
6110 Navigator
NOKIA
6124c
NOKIA
6155i
NOKIA
6165i
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6208 Classic
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6212 Classic
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6220 Classic
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6230i
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6235i
NOKIA
6255i
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6260 Slide
NOKIA
6265i
NOKIA
6275i
NOKIA
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156
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26
Jan-10
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Oct-09
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999
Dec-05
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26
Oct-09
 GSM
26
Oct-09
 GSM
CDM
 A
26
Oct-09
Oct-06
Jan-10

 GSM
999
25(C
DNOK2
)
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9
Oct-07
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CDM
  A
CDM
  A
9
Jan-09
12
Apr-08
12
Jan-07

 GSM
26
Oct-09

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26
Oct-09
 GSM
26
Apr-09
 GSM
12
Apr-06
12
Apr-06
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CDM
 
 A
CDM
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



 A
12
Apr-06

 GSM
26
Oct-09

 A
12
Jan-08

 GSM
12
Apr-08

 GSM
26
Oct-09
CDM

 GSM
Apr-07

 GSM
26
Jan-08

 GSM
26
Apr-08

 GSM
26
Jan-09
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
48
5
48
6
48
7
48
8
48
9
49
0
49
1
49
2
49
3
49
4
49
5
49
6
49
7
49
8
49
9
50
0
50
1
50
2
50
3
50
4
50
5
50
6
50
7
50
8
50
9
51
0
51
1
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6760 Slide
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7100 Supernova
NOKIA
7250i
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7310 Supernova
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7610 Supernova
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8600 Luna
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E55
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E65
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E70
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E71
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N71
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26
Jan-09
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26
Jan-10
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999
Dec-05
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26
Jan-10
 GSM
26
Oct-09
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26
Oct-09
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26
Jan-10
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Apr-09
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999
Dec-05
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26
Oct-08
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26
Oct-08
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26
Oct-08
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Dec-05
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12
Apr-07
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9
Apr-08
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26
Jan-10
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12
Apr-07
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12
Apr-07
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26
Apr-09
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12
Apr-07
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26
Oct-08
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12
Apr-07
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26
Oct-08
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26
Jul-09
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12
Jan-07
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12
Jul-07
 GSM
12
Jan-07
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2
51
3
51
4
51
5
51
6
51
7
51
8
51
9
52
0
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52
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52
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52
7
52
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52
9
53
0
53
1
53
2
53
3
53
4
53
5
53
6
53
7
53
8
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158
 GSM
12
Apr-07
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
12
Oct-08
 GSM
26
Jan-09
 GSM
12
Apr-07
 GSM
26
Apr-08
 GSM
26
Jul-08
 GSM
26
Apr-09
 GSM
12
Jan-07
 GSM
9
Apr-07
 GSM
12
Apr-08
 GSM
12
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Jan-08
 GSM
9
Jul-08
 GSM
26
Oct-08
 GSM
26
Oct-09
 GSM
26
Sep-10
  GSM
26
 GSM
26
  GSM
26
  GSM
26
Dec
2011
Dec
2011
 GSM
5
Oct-07

Dec-10
May-11
 GSM
Jul-06
 GSM
Jul-06
 GSM
9
Jul-06
 GSM
9
Jul-06
 GSM
9
Jul-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
53
9
54
0
54
1
54
2
54
3
54
4
54
5
54
6
54
7
54
8
54
9
55
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55
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55
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55
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55
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55
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55
6
55
7
55
8
55
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56
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56
1
56
2
56
3
56
4
56
5
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PALM
Treo 680
PALM
Treo 750
PALM
Treo Pro
PANTECH
P8000
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SAGEM
my401C
SAGEM
my401V
SAGEM
my401X
SAGEM
my411C
SAGEM
my411Cv
SAGEM
my411X
SAGEM
my501C
SAGEM
my511X
SAGEM
my600v
SAGEM
my700X
SAGEM
myV-55
SAGEM
myV-65
SAGEM
myX5-2
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myX-6
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B3310
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B5702
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159
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CDM
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11
Jan-10

  GSM

  GSM
11
Jan-09
9
Jan-09
 GSM
11
Apr-08
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 GSM
 GSM
29
Jul-09







 GSM
29
Apr-09
 GSM
26
Oct-09
 GSM
29
Oct-09
 GSM
26
Jan-10
Jul-07
 GSM
9
  GSM
26
Jan-09
Apr-12
 GSM
Apr-07
 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
Apr-07
 GSM
Apr-07

 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
Apr-07

 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
Jul-07
 GSM
Apr-07

 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
Jan-08

 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
Jan-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
56
6
56
7
56
8
56
9
57
0
57
1
57
2
57
3
57
4
57
5
57
6
57
7
57
8
57
9
58
0
58
1
58
2
58
3
58
4
58
5
58
6
58
7
58
8
58
9
59
0
59
1
59
2
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S8300
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29
Jul-09
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29
Oct-09
 GSM
Oct-09
 GSM
Oct-09
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26
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Jan-10
Apr-09
 GSM
29
Jan-10
 GSM
26
Jul-09
 GSM
26
Jul-09
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29
Apr-09
29
Oct-09
29
Jan-10
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    GSM
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29
Apr-09
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CDM
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    A
CDM

    A
CDM
    A
CDM
    A
CDM

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
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




160
Jan-10
29
Jan-10
29
Oct-09
29
Oct-09
26
Oct-09
26
Jul-09
29
Apr-09
26
Oct-09
26
Jul-09
13
Apr-06
13
Apr-06
13
Oct-06
23
Oct-06
13
Apr-06
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
59
3
59
4
59
5
59
6
59
7
59
8
59
9
60
0
60
1
60
2
60
3
60
4
60
5
60
6
60
7
60
8
60
9
61
0
61
1
61
2
61
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61
4
61
5
61
6
61
7
61
8
61
9
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SCH-A930
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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
  GSM
CDM
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CDM
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   A
CDM
  A
CDM
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CDM
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  A
CDM
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CDM
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CDM
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   A
CDM

   A

  GSM
13
Apr-06
23
Apr-08
23
Apr-08
23
Apr-08
23
Apr-08
23
Apr-08
23
Apr-08
26
May-11
Jul-06
Jul-06
30
26
Jul-08
Dec-10
29
Jul-09
23
Jul-09
29
Dec-10
23
Apr-08
29
Jul-09
22
Jan-10
26
Dec-10
29
Jul-09
29
Jan-10
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  GSM
14
Dec-05
29
Apr-08
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22
Jan-08
SGH-A717
  
  GSM
22
Jan-08
SGH-A727
  
  GSM
22
Jan-08
161
29
Dec-10
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
62
0
62
1
62
2
62
3
62
4
62
5
62
6
62
7
62
8
62
9
63
0
63
1
63
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63
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63
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63
5
63
6
63
7
63
8
63
9
64
0
64
1
64
2
64
3
64
4
64
5
64
6
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162
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
Jul-09
 GSM
29
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
Jul-09
 GSM
29B
 GSM
29B
Dec-10
Dec-10
Dec-10

 GSM
14
Dec-05

 GSM
14
Jul-06

 GSM
14
Dec-05

 GSM
14
Jan-08

 GSM
13
Jul-06
 GSM
13
Jul-07
 GSM
Oct-07
 GSM
14
Dec-05
 GSM
13
Dec-05
 GSM
22
Apr-07
 GSM
13
Apr-06
 GSM
5
Jul-07
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
22
Oct-06
 GSM
22
Apr-08
 GSM
22
Oct-06
 GSM
22
Apr-07
 GSM
22
Jul-07
 GSM
29
Jul-08
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SUPPORTED HANDSETS
64
7
64
8
64
9
65
0
65
1
65
2
65
3
65
4
65
5
65
6
65
7
65
8
65
9
66
0
66
1
66
2
66
3
66
4
66
5
66
6
66
7
66
8
66
9
67
0
67
1
67
2
67
3
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SGH-D900i
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SGH-D980
SAMSUNG
SGH-E105
SAMSUNG
SGH-E210
SAMSUNG
SGH-E250
SAMSUNG
SGH-E330
SAMSUNG
SGH-E335
SAMSUNG
SGH-E350
SAMSUNG
SGH-E370
SAMSUNG
SGH-E390
SAMSUNG
SGH-E530
SAMSUNG
SGH-E570
SAMSUNG
SGH-E590
SAMSUNG
SGH-E600
SAMSUNG
SGH-E630
SAMSUNG
SGH-E700
SAMSUNG
SGH-E715
SAMSUNG
SGH-E720
SAMSUNG
SGH-E730
SAMSUNG
SGH-E740
SAMSUNG
SGH-E760
SAMSUNG
SGH-E770
SAMSUNG
SGH-E800
SAMSUNG
SGH-E830
SAMSUNG
SGH-E840
SAMSUNG
SGH-E870
CellDEK® User Manual
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163
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
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
 GSM
22
Apr-07
 GSM
22
Oct-07

 GSM
29
Apr-09

 GSM
14
Apr-06
 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
22
Apr-07
 GSM
20
Oct-06
 GSM
20
Oct-06
 GSM
13
Dec-05
 GSM
13
Jan-07
 GSM
22
Apr-07
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
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





 GSM

 GSM
22
Apr-07
 GSM
22
Oct-07
 GSM
14
Jul-07
 GSM
20
Apr-06
 GSM
20
Dec-05
 GSM
14
Oct-06
 GSM
5
Dec-05
 GSM
13
Dec-05
 GSM
22
Jan-08
 GSM
13
Dec-05
 GSM
13
Apr-06







 GSM
20
Dec-05
 GSM
22
Apr-08
 GSM
22
Oct-07
 GSM
22
Oct-06


Dec-05
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
67
4
67
5
67
6
67
7
67
8
67
9
68
0
68
1
68
2
68
3
68
4
68
5
68
6
68
7
68
8
68
9
69
0
69
1
69
2
69
3
69
4
69
5
69
6
69
7
69
8
69
9
70
0
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SGH-E880
SAMSUNG
SGH-E900
SAMSUNG
SGH-E950
SAMSUNG
SGH-F110
SAMSUNG
SGH-F210
SAMSUNG
SGH-F250
SAMSUNG
SGH-F300
SAMSUNG
SGH-F330
SAMSUNG
SGH-F400
SAMSUNG
SGH-F480
SAMSUNG
SGH-F490
SAMSUNG
SGH-F500
SAMSUNG
SGH-F700
SAMSUNG
SGH-G400
SAMSUNG
SGH-G600
SAMSUNG
SGH-G800
SAMSUNG
SGH-G810
SAMSUNG
SGH-i200
SAMSUNG
SGH-i300
SAMSUNG
SGH-i320
SAMSUNG
SGH-i325
SAMSUNG
SGH-i600
SAMSUNG
SGH-i607
SAMSUNG
SGH-i617
SAMSUNG
SGH-i620
SAMSUNG
SGH-i710
SAMSUNG
SGH-i780
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164
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

 GSM
Jul-07
 GSM
22
Jan-07
 GSM
22
Jan-08
 GSM
29
Oct-08

 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
22
Jul-07
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
22
Oct-07
  GSM
29
Apr-09
 GSM
29
Apr-09
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
 GSM
Jan-08
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
26
Apr-09
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
5
Oct-07
 GSM
Jan-07
 GSM
CDM
 A
29
Jan-09
9
Oct-07
 GSM
22
Jul-07
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
22
Jan-09
 GSM
22
Oct-07
 GSM
29
Jul-09
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
70
1
70
2
70
3
70
4
70
5
70
6
70
7
70
8
70
9
71
0
71
1
71
2
71
3
71
4
71
5
71
6
71
7
71
8
71
9
72
0
72
1
72
2
72
3
72
4
72
5
72
6
72
7
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SAMSUNG
SGH-J600
SAMSUNG
SGH-J610
SAMSUNG
SGH-J700
SAMSUNG
SGH-L700
SAMSUNG
SGH-L760
SAMSUNG
SGH-L770
SAMSUNG
SGH-M150
SAMSUNG
SGH-M610
SAMSUNG
SGH-P207
SAMSUNG
SGH-P300
SAMSUNG
SGH-P310
SAMSUNG
SGH-P400
SAMSUNG
SGH-P510
SAMSUNG
SGH-P520
SAMSUNG
SGH-P735
SAMSUNG
SGH-P777
SAMSUNG
SGH-P850
SAMSUNG
SGH-S300M
SAMSUNG
SGH-S307
SAMSUNG
SGH-S400i
SAMSUNG
SGH-S401i
SAMSUNG
SGH-T301
SAMSUNG
SGH-T309
SAMSUNG
SGH-T349
SAMSUNG
SGH-T369
SAMSUNG
SGH-T429
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165
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
22
Jan-08
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
29
Jan-10
 GSM
29
Oct-08

 GSM
Jan-09
 GSM
29
Oct-08

 GSM
29
Oct-08

 GSM
13
Oct-06

 GSM
22
Apr-06
 GSM
22
Apr-07

 GSM
14
Dec-05

 GSM
Dec-05
 GSM
29
Apr-08
 GSM
5
Dec-05

 GSM
Jul-06
 GSM
13
Oct-06

 GSM
14
Oct-06

 GSM
14
Dec-05

 GSM
13
Apr-07

 GSM
13
Apr-07
 GSM
29
Jan-10
 GSM
13
Jul-06
 GSM
Jan-10
 GSM
26
 GSM
29
May-11
Jul-08
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
72
8
72
9
73
0
73
1
73
2
73
3
73
4
73
5
73
6
73
7
73
8
73
9
74
0
74
1
74
2
74
3
74
4
74
5
74
6
74
7
74
8
74
9
75
0
75
1
75
2
75
3
75
4
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SGH-T609
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SGH-T639
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SGH-T739
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166
 GSM
29
 GSM
Oct-08
Sep-10
 GSM
22
Jan-07
 GSM
29
Apr-08
 GSM
13
Jan-07
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
13
Jan-07
 GSM
29
Apr-08
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
 GSM
22
Jul-06
 GSM
29
Oct-08
 GSM
29
Jul-09
 GSM
Dec-10
Jul-07
 GSM
22
Jul-07
 GSM
22
Jan-08
 GSM
29
Jan-09
 GSM
29
Jul-08
 GSM
20
Oct-07
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14
Apr-06
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14
Dec-05
 GSM
20
Apr-07
 GSM
20
Oct-06
 GSM
20
Jul-08
 GSM
20
Jul-08
 GSM
13
Apr-08
 GSM
13
Apr-07
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SUPPORTED HANDSETS
75
5
75
6
75
7
75
8
75
9
76
0
76
1
76
2
76
3
76
4
76
5
76
6
76
7
76
8
76
9
77
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77
1
77
2
77
3
77
4
77
5
77
6
77
7
77
8
77
9
78
0
78
1
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14
Apr-07
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20
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20
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20
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13
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13
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22
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22
Apr-07
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22
Jul-08
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30
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22
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Jul-08
29
Jul-09
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13
Jul-07
13
Oct-06
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Jul-07
13
Apr-06
13
Jul-07
13
Apr-06
13
Apr-06
13
Apr-07
13
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13
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13
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3
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4
78
5
78
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78
7
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8
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9
79
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79
1
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79
9
80
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1
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80
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80
4
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6
80
7
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8
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26
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26
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26
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26
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26
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26
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26
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16
Jul-08
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16
Dec-05
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16
Apr-06
17
Dec-05
17
Oct-06
16
Apr-06
16
Apr-06
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16
Apr-06
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16
Dec-05
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16
Dec-05
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16
Jul-06
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26
26
26
26
Apr-12
Apr-12
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Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
Apr-12
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81
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81
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82
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83
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5
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16
Apr-06
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16
Apr-06
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16
Apr-06
16
Apr-06
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16
Dec-05
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16
Jul-06
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16
Dec-05
16
Apr-06
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16
Dec-05
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17
Jul-08
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16
Apr-06
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16
Apr-06
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16
Dec-05
16
Apr-06
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16
Dec-05
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16
Dec-05
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16
Dec-05
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Jul-09
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Oct-09
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18
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Apr-09
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18
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Oct-09
Oct-08
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18
Oct-09
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18
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18
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18
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18
Jan-09
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18
Apr-09
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18
Jan-09
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18
Sep-10
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2
Dec-05
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2
Dec-05
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18
Oct-06
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18
Jan-09
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2
Dec-05
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18
Jan-07
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18
Jan-08
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18
Jul-07
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18
Jul-07
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2
Dec-05
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2
Oct-06
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18
Oct-06
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18
Jul-08
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18
Jul-08
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2
Dec-05
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18
Dec-05
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18
Jan-08
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18
Jul-06
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18
Jul-07
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18
Jan-08
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18
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18
Jan-09
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Apr-08
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Jul-08
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Oct-09
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Jan-10
18
Jan-09
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18
Oct-07
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2
Dec-05
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2
Apr-06
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2
Jul-07
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2
Dec-05
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2
Dec-05
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2
Dec-05
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2
Dec-05
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2
Dec-05
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18
Jan-08
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2
Dec-05
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2
Oct-06
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18
Jan-09
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18
Oct-09
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18
Jan-10
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18
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18
Jan-10
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18
Jan-10
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18
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18
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18
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18
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18
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18
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18
Jan-09
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18
Jul-07
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18
Jan-08
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18
Apr-09
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18
Oct-06
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Oct-09
Dec-10
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18
Dec-05
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18
Jul-06
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18
Oct-06
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18
Apr-07
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18
Jul-08
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18
Apr-06
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18
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


















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
173





















































 GSM
18
Jan-08

 GSM
18
Jan-09

 GSM
18
Jan-09
 GSM
18
Jan-09
 GSM
18
Oct-09
 GSM
9
Jan-09
  GSM
26
 GSM
2
Jul-07
 GSM
18
Jul-07
 GSM
2
Apr-06
 GSM
18
Oct-06
 GSM
18
Dec-05
 GSM
18
Jul-06
 GSM
18
Oct-06
 GSM
18
Jul-08
 GSM
2
Dec-05
 GSM
18
Apr-07
 GSM
18
Apr-07
 GSM
May-11
Oct-08
 GSM
2
Dec-05
 GSM
9
Jul-08
 GSM
9
Jul-09
 GSM
9
Jul-09
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Apr-09
 GSM
9
Jul-07
 GSM
9
Jul-07
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
94
4
94
5
94
6
94
7
94
8
94
9
95
0
95
1
95
2
VERIZON
XV6700
VISOA
Spiderphone
VODAFONE
527
VODAFONE
533
VODAFONE
710
VODAFONE
725
VODAFONE
810
VODAFONE
830
ZTE
C78


   


   


   


   

   

   


   

   

   
 GSM
9
Oct-07
 GSM
Jan-10

 GSM
Jul-09

 GSM
Jul-09
 GSM
Oct-07
 GSM
Jul-09
 GSM
Jul-08
 GSM
CDM
 A
Jul-09

Sep-10
Handsets – Expected Support
The following handsets have not been verified on CellDEK however their appearance or technology
indicates that data extraction will be possible as shown by the icons on CellDEK. These handsets are
assigned an amber tick. It is recommended that all data is treated as a minimum extraction as there
may be additional data sets available that require further examination.
Data can be extracted from these handsets as normal by selecting the device from the Manufacturers
list and extracting over Bluetooth, Infrared or Cable as required.
All Windows Mobile devices can be extracted using the PDA option and selecting Windows. All
Windows Mobile devices are supported by Infrared and/or Cable.
HANDSETS EXPECTED
SUPPORT
MFG
MODEL
MFG
MODEL
AIRO
A25
ASUS
P550
ACER
beTouch E100
ASUS
P552
ACER
beTouch E200
ASUS
P560
ACER
c510
ASUS
P565
ACER
c530
ASUS
P735
ACER
c531
ASUS
P750
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MFG
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
MODEL
3835
3850
3870
3875
3900
3950
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
ACER
DX650
ASUS
P835
ACER
DX900
ASUS
V88i
ACER
ACER
ACER
Liquid
M900
n10
ASUS
ASUS
ASUS
Z801
Z810
ZX1
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
DAXIAN
DELL
ACER
n30
AT&T
2125
DELL
ACER
ACER
ACER
ACER
ACER
ACER
ACER
AIRIS
AIRIS
AMOI
AMOI
AMOI
AMOI
AMOI
AMOI
AnexTEK
AnexTEK
n35
n300
n310
n311
n320
n321
neoTouch
T610
T620
E72
E75
E76
E78
E850
E860
moboDA 3160
moboDA 3360
3125
5700
8125
8500
8525
SX56
SX66
AT Bear
AT Cobra
AT Eagle
AT Falcon
AT Pelican
5050
5600
6601
XV6600
XV6700
DELL
DELL
DELL
DELL
DELL
DELL
DELL
DELL
DOCOMO
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
AnexTEK
moboDA 3380
P51
DOPOD
595
AnexTEK
SP310
8110
DOPOD
686
Apple
iPod Touch
8130 (Pearl)
DOPOD
696
Apple
iPhone 5
8220
DOPOD
699
ASUS
A696
700
J501
DOPOD
710
ASUS
H502
DOPOD
818
ASUS
M530W
8230 (Pearl)
Pearl 3G
9100
9105 (Pearl
3G)
Curve 3G
9300
DOPOD
ASUS
DOPOD
830
ASUS
M356
9520
DOPOD
838
ASUS
M930
9550
DOPOD
900
ASUS
Mars II
9630
DOPOD
577W
ASUS
Mypal A626
9650 (Bold)
DOPOD
586W
ASUS
MyPal A632
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT Mobile
AT Mobile
AT Mobile
AT Mobile
AT Mobile
AUDIOVOX
AUDIOVOX
AUDIOVOX
AUDIOVOX
AUDIOVOX
BENQSIEMENS
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
BLACKBERR
Y
3975
CU928
AXIM
Pocket DJ
20GB
Pocket DJ
30GB
X3
X3i
X30
X5
X50
X50v
X51
htc Z
310
515
535
565
566
575
585
586
9670 (Style)
DOPOD
696i
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3970
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
ASUS
ASUS
ASUS
ASUS
ASUS
ASUS
MyPal A636
MyPal A636N
MyPal A639
MyPal A686
P305
P320
ASUS
P505
ASUS
P525
ASUS
P526
ASUS
P527
ASUS
P535
DOPOD
D600
DOPOD
D802
DOPOD
D8110
DOPOD
M700
DOPOD
P100
DOPOD
P800W
DOPOD
S300
DOPOD
U1000
E-PLUS
PDA III
E-PLUS
PDA IV
ETEN
600
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
600e
DX900
E500
E900
BLACKBERR
Y
CINGULAR
CINGULAR
CINGULAR
CINGULAR
CINGULAR
CINGULAR
iPAQ
CINGULAR
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
COMPAQ
iPAQ
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
GARMINASUS
GIGABYTE
GIGABYTE
GIGABYTE
ETEN
G500
GIGABYTE
ETEN
G500+
GIGABYTE
ETEN
M500
GIGABYTE
ETEN
M550
GIGABYTE
ETEN
ETEN
M600
M600+
GIGABYTE
GIGABYTE
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2125
3125
8100
8125
SX66
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
DOPOD
818 Pro
828+
838 Pro
C500
C720W
C730
h6320
DOPOD
C800
h6325
DOPOD
C858
3800
DOPOD
CHT 9000
3830
DOPOD
CHT 9100
N110
HP iPAQ
h3800
N500
HP iPAQ
h3830
N520
HP iPAQ
h3835
N520c
HP iPAQ
h3850
N520e
HP iPAQ
h3870
N520p
HP iPAQ
h3875
N560
HP iPAQ
h3900
N560c
HP iPAQ
h3950
N560e
HP iPAQ
h3955
T810
HP iPAQ
h3970
T830
HP iPAQ
h3975
V70
HP iPAQ
h4140
Garminfone
g-Smart
g-Smart i
g-Smart i+
g-Smart
i120
g-Smart
i128
g-Smart
i300
g-Smart
i350
g-Smart
MS800
g-Smart
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
h4150
h4155
h4350
h4355
HP iPAQ
h5100
HP iPAQ
h5150
HP iPAQ
h5155
HP iPAQ
h5400
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
h5450
h5455
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
ETEN
M700
GIGABYTE
ETEN
M800
GIGABYTE
ETEN
M810
GIGABYTE
ETEN
N100
GIGABYTE
ETEN
P100
GIGABYTE
ETEN
ETEN
P100w
P120
GIGABYTE
GIGABYTE
ETEN
P300
GIGABYTE
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
ETEN
EVEREX
FITH
MEDIA
FLY
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
FUJITSU
SIEMENS
HP iPAQ
P600
P603
P610
P700
P700i
T470
T500
V900
X500
X500+
X600
X610
X650
X800
NEON
GIGABYTE
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
MS802
g-Smart
MS804
g-Smart
MS808
g-Smart
MS820
g-Smart
MW700
g-Smart
MW702
g-Smart
MW998
g-Smart q60
g-Smart
S1200
g-Smart
t600
114
214
500
510
512
610c
614
614c
9120c
Glisten
h1900
h1910
h1915
h1920
A308
IQ-110
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
410
HP iPAQ
h5500
HP iPAQ
h5555
HP iPAQ
h6310
HP iPAQ
h6315
HP iPAQ
h6320
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
h5325
h6340
HP iPAQ
h6365
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
h6500
hw6510
hw6515
h6515a
h6710
h6715
hw6900
hw6910
hw6920
hw6925
h6940
hw6945
h6965
hx2000
hx2090
h1930
h1935
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
nx2110
hx2190
HP iPAQ
h1937
HP iPAQ
hx2400
420
HP iPAQ
h1940
HP iPAQ
hx2410
600
HP iPAQ
h1945
HP iPAQ
hx2415
710
HP iPAQ
h2200
HP iPAQ
hx2490
718
HP iPAQ
h2210
HP iPAQ
hx2495
720
HP iPAQ
h2215
HP iPAQ
hx2700
610BT
HP iPAQ
h3630
HP iPAQ
hx2750
C550
HP iPAQ
h3670
HP iPAQ
hx2790
N100
hx2795
HTC
HTC
Himalaya
Hurricane
HTC
HTC
Vox
Voyager
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HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
hx4700
hx4705
hx4710
K3 Obsidian
rw6815
rw6818
rw6828
rx1700
rx1950
rx1955
rx3100
rx3110
rx3115
rx3400
rx3415
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
Imagio
Inspire 4G
Libra
Love
Magician
MAX 4G
Monet
MTeoR
Nike
Oxygen
Ozone
P3350
P3400
P3600
P4000
HTC
HTC
HTC
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
rx3417
rx3700
rx3710
rx3715
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
P4350
P4450
P4500
P6300
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HP iPAQ
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
P6500
Panda
Polaris
Prophet
Pure
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
IMATE
HTC
Robbie
IMATE
HTC
S320
IMATE
HTC
rx4240
rx5700
rx5900
rz1700
rz1715
Advantage
X7500
Advantage
X7501
Advantage
A7510
HTC
S630
IMATE
HTC
Alphine
HTC
S720
IMATE
HTC
Amadeus
HTC
IMATE
HTC
Apache
HTC
HTC
Aria
HTC
S730
Sensation
4G
Shadow
Hotspot
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
Artemis
Athena
Atlas
Blue Angel
Breeze
Canary
Cavalier
Charmer
Dash 3G
Dream
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
IMATE
IMATE
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
INTERMEC
HTC
Elf
HTC
Shift
Sirius
Sonata
Star Trek
Surround
Tanager
Thunderbolt
Tilt2
Touch2
Touch 3G
Touch
Cruise 09
SPJAS
Ultimate
5150
Ultimate
6150
Ultimate
7150
Ultimate
8150
Ultimate
8502
Ultimate
9150
Ultimate
9502
810-F
730
730B
741B
751B
761B
CN2B
CN3
CN30
INTERMEC
Mercury
HTC
HTC
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IMATE
Wallaby
Wizard
XV6900
JAM Black
JAMA
JAMA101
JAMA 201
JAQ
JAQ3
JAQ4
JASJAM
PDA-2
EDVO
PDAL
PDA-N
Phone
Edition
Pocket PC
Smartflip
Smartphone
Smartphone
2
SP2
SP3
SP4m
SP5m
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
HTC
HTC
HTC
EVO View 4G
(Tablet)
Excalibur
Falcon
HTC
HTC
HTC
Touch Dual
Touch HD
Touch Pro
i-teq
i-teq
i-teq
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
Faraday
Feeler
Flyer (tablet)
Galaxy
Gene
Harrier
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
HTC
Touch Pro 2
Touch Viva
Tilt
Trinity
Typhoon
TyTN
IZENMOBILE
KINPO
KINPO
KINPO
KINPO
KINPO
HTC
HD2
HTC
Universal
KROME
HTC
HTC
KROME
KROME
KROME
LENOVO
Herald
Hermes
Mega M900i
Navigator F1
Spy
ET960
HTC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
KROME
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
NEONODE
NEONODE
NEONODE
LENOVO
LENOVO
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
ET980
i921
Incite
KB770
KC1
KE990
KF300
KF310
KF350
KF700
KF750
KF755
KF770
KF900
KP100
KP501
KS20
KT610
KU380
Optimus GT540
P509 (Optimus
T)
U8100
U8150
U8180
U8210
U8290
U8300
Quantum
A502
A702
MITSUBISHI
MWG
MWG
MWG
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
Volans
P3400
P350
P550
OP550m
P560
Trium
Mondo
Atom Life
Atom V
Zinc II
A845
A3100
C250
C343a
C353
C353t
C380
E550
i275
i720
i733
i740
i920
i920
i930
MC35
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MPx
MPx100
T720i
V1150
V120e
V120t
V120x
V186
V191
V330
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
MIO
MIO
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NEXIO
NEXIO
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
Bond
Laser
X-Bond
KRMA
KSMT
iDO S601
IDO S630
SP70
SP70R
SP90
Intellekt
iQ200
Intellekt
iQ700
Flipout
Flipside
N1
N1m
N2
S160
XP40
2320 Classic
2605
2705 Shade
3205
3606
3711
5030
5250
6012
6102
6121
6126
6205
6350
6560
6590
6681
6682
6710
Navigator
6750
7205
7250
8801
8890
6236i
C5
C6
E5
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
MIO
MIO
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
P3600
P560
168
169
180
336
338
339
558
728
8380
8390
8870
168RS
336BT
338 Plus
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
V505
V535
V545
V547
V555
V557
V60
V60c
V60g
V60i
V60s
V60t
V60x
V66
Z10
Backflip
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
NOKIA
O2
O2
O2
O2
MITAC
A201
MOTOROLA
Bravo
O2
MITAC
A501
MOTOROLA
Charmer
O2
MITAC
MITAC
MITAC
A700
A701
A702
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
ORANGE
Cliq 2
Defy
SPV M5000
O2
O2
QTEK
O2
O2
O2
XDA Cosmo
XDA Exec
XDA Flame
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
QUEST
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
O2
XDA Graphite
XDA Guide
XDA Ignito
XDA II
XDA ii mini
XDA iis
XDA mini S
XDA NEO
XDA Nova
XDA Orbit
ORANGE
ORSiO
ORSiO
ORSiO
ORSiO
PALM
PALM
PALM
PALM
PALM
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
G5
G6
M5
N6
N7
P6
P745
Q5
Q6
R5
O2
XDA Orbit II
PALM
ROVER PC
S5
O2
O2
O2
O2
SDA Orion
XDA Phone
XDA Stealth
XDA Serra
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
ROVER PC
SAMSUNG
O2
XDA Stellar
PALM
PANASONIC
PANASONIC
PANTECH
PARAGON
WIRELESS
SPV M600
SPV M650
SPV M700
SPV
Smartphone
G735
GN725
N725 GPS
P745
Treo 700w
Treo 700wx
Treo 750V
Treo 755p
Treo 800w
Tungsten
E2
Tungsten
T5
X700
X800
PN820
E52
E61i
E62
E66
E72
E90
N8
N75
N78
N81
N92
X5
Cosmo
Pocket PC
XDA Argon
XDA Atom
XDA Atom
Exec
XDA Atom
Life
XDA Atom
Pure
XDA Comet
S310
Pocket
PC6700
C6
E5
SAMSUNG
O2
XDA Terra
PHAROS
SAMSUNG
O2
XDA Trion
PHAROS
HIPI-2200
600 GPS
Phone
Traveller
GPS 525
S6
S7
W5
B7320
B7330,
OmniaPRO
B7610
OmniaPRO
SAMSUNG
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O2
XDA Zest
O2
XDA Zinc
O2
Xphone
O2
Xphone ii
O2
Xphone iim
OKWAP
K728
OKWAP
K868
POCKET
NAVIGATOR
POCKET
NAVIGATOR
POCKET
NAVIGATOR
POCKET
NAVIGATOR
POCKET
NAVIGATOR
PSION
TEKLOGIX
PSION
TEKLOGIX
OKWAP
K860
OKWAP
OKWAP
OPTICON
OPTICON
OPTICON
OPTICON
OPTICON
OPTICON
OPTICON
PN-3550
SAMSUNG
C3010
PN-3560
SAMSUNG
C3110
PN-P201
SAMSUNG
PN-P550 A
SAMSUNG
PN-P550 A
Workabout
PRO
Workabout
PRO G2
SAMSUNG
E1310
i520(Symbia
n)
i550(Symbia
n)
i560(Symbia
n)
QOOL LABS
QDA Icon
SAMSUNG
K871
S868
H-16B
H-19A
H-19-B
PHL-5400
PHL-7111
PHL-7114
PHL-7142
QOOL LABS
QOOL LABS
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QDA Lite
Twins 178
1010
2020
2060
7070
8010
8020
8060
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
SPV C100
SPV C200
SPV C220
SPV C700
SPV Classic
SPV E100
SPV E200
SPV E600
SPV E610
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
8080
8100
8200
8300
8310
8500
8600
9000
9090
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
SPV E650
SPV F600
SPV M1000
SPV M2000
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
QTEK
9100
9600
2020i
G100
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
ORANGE
SPV M2500
QTEK
S100
SAMSUNG
ORANGE
ORANGE
SPV M3000
SPV M3100
S110
S200
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
ORANGE
SPV M500
T226
T-MOBILE
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SGH-i750
SGH-i760
QTEK
QTEK
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
T237
T290a
T-MOBILE
T-MOBILE
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SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
i640
i7110(Symbi
an)
i7500(Androi
d)
i8910
i907
M7610
Propel Pro
S3110
S3310
S5230W
S5233
S5600v
Blade
S5603
S7350
SCH-i830
SCH-M400
SGH-A257
SGH-A877
SGH-A887
SGH-D300
SGHD730(Symbi
an)
SGH-E808
SGH-i250
SGH-i300x
SGHi400(Symbia
n)
SGHi450(Symbia
n)
SGH-i718
MDA
MDA
Compact
MDA
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
J300a
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
J300c
K300a
SPRINT
SPRINT
SAMSUNG
SGH-i770
SAMSUNG
SGH-i897
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SGH-i917
i9000 (Galaxy S
4G)
i9100 (Galaxy S
2)
SGHL870(Symbian)
SAMSUNG
SGH-P730
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SGH-T929
SGH-T589
(Gravity Smart)
SGH-T759
(Exhibit 4G)
SAMSUNG
SGH-T959
SAMSUNG
SGH-Z600
SHARP
W-ZERO3
SIEMENS
A62
SIEMENS
C6620
SIEMENS
L56
SIEMENS
S56
SIEMENS
S66
SIEMENS
SX45
SIEMENS
SX45i
SIEMENS
SX56
SIEMENS
SOCKET
MOBILE
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
SX66
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG
SoMo 650
C901
GreenHeart
G900
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T-MOBILE
Compact II
MDA
Compact III
T637
T-MOBILE
MDA II
W300c
T-MOBILE
MDA III
W550c
T-MOBILE
MDA Mail
W600
T-MOBILE
W600c
T-MOBILE
MDA Pro
MDA Pocket
PC
W710c
T-MOBILE
MDA Touch
W715a
T-MOBILE
W800c
T-MOBILE
W810c
T-MOBILE
MDA Vario
MDA Vario
III
myTouch 3G
slide
W830
T-MOBILE
myTouch 4G
W880c
T-MOBILE
SDA
W888c
T-MOBILE
SDA II
W900c
T-MOBILE
SDA Music
Xperia X10
Xperia X10
mini
T-MOBILE
Shadow 2
T-MOBILE
Sidekick 4G
Xperia X8
T-MOBILE
Wing
Z502a
T-MOBILE
h6315
Z520c
TOSHIBA
G900
Z525a
TOSHIBA
TG01
Z525i
UBIQUIO
601
Z530c
UBIQUIO
VELOCITY
MOBILE
VELOCITY
MOBILE
VERIZON
WIRELESS
VERIZON
WIRELESS
VERIZON
WIRELESS
VODAFONE
503G
Z550a
Z550c
Z710c
Z712a
Ace
PPC-6600
182
103
111
PN-820
XV6600
XV6800
v1210
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
SONY
ERICSSON
K300c
SPRINT
PPC-6601
VODAFONE
v1240
K310a
SPRINT
PPC-6700
VODAFONE
v1415
K310c
SPRINT
PPC-6800
VODAFONE
v1605
K500c
SPRINT
VODAFONE
v1620
K506c
TDS
VODAFONE
v1640
K510a
TDS
XV6600
Nomad
800B
Nomad
800L
VODAFONE
K510c
TDS
K610im
TDS
VODAFONE
K700c
TDS
VODAFONE
VDA II
K750c
TDS
Nomad
800LC
Nomad
800LE
Ranger
300X
Ranger
500X
VDA
VDA
Compact
GPS
VDA
Compact IV
VODAFONE
K758c
T-MOBILE
Ameo
VODAFONE
K790a
T-MOBILE
Comet
VODAFONE
VDA V
VPA
Compact
VPA II
Compact
K790c
T-MOBILE
Dash
VODAFONE
VPA III
K790i
T-MOBILE
G2
VOXTEL
W210
M608i
T-MOBILE
G2x
VOXTEL
W420
VOXTEL
VOXTEL
W520
W740
S700c
VODAFONE
Handsets – Other
Other handsets can be tested on CellDEK, however the amount of data extracted has not been
assessed and all information should be treated as a minimum data extraction.
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GPS Device – Verified CellDEK Support
The following GPS Devices have been tested on CellDEK using the standard verification procedures
of Logicube. The results below display the data sets that can be extracted from CellDEK for the
specific handset. There may be additional data sets available from handsets and these will require
further examination.
Key:


Favourite


 
 



3
GARMIN
nuvi 300
 


4
GARMIN
 

5
HP
nuvi 760
iPAQ
314
6
NAVIGON
7
NAVMAN
8
NAVMAN
ACER
2
Call Logs

1
Contacts

GPS ID
 
GARMIN
P610
nuvi
250W
Manufacturer
Model
Tracks



Home
SMS w timestamp
Track Logs
Track Logs with
Waypoints
Routes
SMS


Routes
Location History
Call Logs w timestamp
Routes with
Waypoints
Recent
Destinations
Call Logs






Outgoing SMS
Contacts
Home

Favourites

 Recent Destinations
 Location History


Incoming SMS
Phone ID

 
  




  





  

 

 

  

 



 




S50 3D
  


  

 
S70
 


  

 
7210
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Apr
2009
Oct
2008
Oct
2008
Apr
2009
Jan
2009
Jul
2009
Jul
2009
Jul
2009
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
9
NAVMAN
S70 3D
  


  

 
10
NDRIVE
S300



  



11
TOMTOM
G0 720
    



12
TOMTOM
ONE
 



  



13
TOMTOM
ONE XL
 



  



14
VIAMICHELIN
X970











 
GPS Device – Expected Support
The following GPS Devices have not been verified on CellDEK however their
appearance or technology indicates that data extraction will be possible. It is
recommended that all data is treated as a minimum extraction as there may be
additional data sets available that require further examination.
Data can be extracted from these handsets as normal by selecting either Mass
Storage Device or Windows PDA from the GPS Device list.
GARMIN nuvi: 200, 200W, 205, 205W, 250, 255W, 260, 260W, 265T,
265WT, 270, 275T, 350, 360, 370, 500, 550, 600, 610, 650, 660, 670, 680,
750, 755T, 765T, 770, 775T, 780, 785T, 850, 855, 855T, 880, 885T, 1200,
1250, 1260T, 1300, 1350T, 1370T, 1390T, 1490T, 5000
NAVIGON: 1200, 1210, 2100 max, 2110 max, 2150 max, 2200, 2310, 3300
max, 3310 max, 4310 max, 4350 max, 7310, 8110, 8310
NAVMAN: S30, S30 3D, S50, S80, S90i
NDRIVE: G280R, G280S, G400, G800R, S400, Touch, Touch XL
TOMTOM: GO, GO 300, GO 500, GO 510, GO 520, GO 530, GO 540 LIVE,
GO 700, GO 710, GO 730, GO 740 LIVE, GO 910, GO 920, GO 940 LIVE,
XL
Additional Cable Support for PDAs
The set of 5 cable tips can be purchased from http://www.gomadic.com/celldek.html This will enable
the User to extract data from the following 150 PDAs:
PDA Cable Tip 1
DELL: Axim X5
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Apr
2009
Jul
2008
Jul
2008
Jan
2010
Jan
2010
SUPPORTED HANDSETS
PDA Cable Tip 2
CINGULAR iPAQ: h6320, h6325
COMPAQ iPAQ: 3800, 3830, 3835, 3850, 3870, 3875, 3900, 3950, 3955, 3970, 3975
HP iPAQ: h1900, h1910, h1915, h1920, h1930, h1935, h1937, h1940, h1945, h2200, h2210, h2215,
h3800, h3830, h3835, h3850, h3870, h3875, h3900, h3950, h3955, h3970, h3975, h4140, h4150,
h4350, h4355, h5100, h5150, h5155, h5400, h5450, h5455, h5500, h5550, h5555, h6315, h6320,
h6325, h6340, h6365, hw6500, hw6510, hw6515a, hw6515, hw6710, hw6715, hw6910, hw6915,
hw6925, hw6940, hw6965, hx2000-Series, hx2090, hx2110, hx2190, hx2410, hx2415, hx2490,
hx2495, hx2700-Series, hx2750, hx2790, hx2795, hx4700, hx4705, hx4710, rx1700-Series, rx1950,
rx1955, rx3100, rx3110, rx3115, rx3400, rx3415, rx3417, rx3700, rx3710, rx3715, rz1700, rz1710,
rz1715
MOTOROLA: C250
T-MOBILE iPAQ: h6315
PDA Cable Tip 8
AT&T: SX56, SX66
AUDIOVOX: 5050, 6601, XV6600
CINGULAR: SX66
HTC: Blue Angel, Canary, Falcon, Harrier, Himalaya, Tanager, Voyager, Wallaby
I-MATE: PDA2k, PPC Phone, Smartphone 1, Smartphone 2
O2: XDA IIi, XDA IIs, XDA-II, XDA PPC Phone, XPhone I
ORANGE: SPV-E100, SPV-E200, SPV-M1000, SPV-M2000, SPV-Smartphone
QTEK: 1010, 2020, 7070, 8060, 8080, 9090
SIEMENS: SX56, SX66
SPRINT: 6601, XV6600
T-MOBILE: MDA, MDA II, MDA III, PPC Edition
VERIZON: XV6600
PDA Cable Tip 11
DELL: Axim X30, Axim X3i, Axim X3, Pocket DJ 20GB, Pocket DJ 30GB
PDA Cable Tip 13
DELL: Axim X50v, Axim X50, Axim X51v, Axim X51
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8. Index
Alphanumeric Keypad, 70, 71, 100
Android, VI, 27, 28, 33, 76, 77, 78, 79, 124, 126,
181
Google, 76
Android ad-hoc Rooting
rooting Android phones, 77
Apple, 44, 50, 132
Audiovox, 132
Audit Trail, 10, 99, 100
Battery, 12, 13, 15, 26, 35, 67, 68, 69, 133, 134
Blackberry, 34, 52, 53, 132
Bluetooth, 9, 11, 26, 32, 34, 51, 54, 55, 56, 134,
137, 174
Button, Audio, 98
Button, Call Log, 92
Button, Contacts, 92
Button, Extended Data, 93
Button, Images, 96
Button, OK, 102, 104, 130
Button, Organizer, 93
Button, Other, 98
Button, Read New Device, 26, 32, 35, 39, 42, 50
Button, Standard Data, 98
Button, Text Messages, 92
Button, Video, 98
Card, Compact Flash (CF), 14, 41
Card, Flash Memory, 9, 11, 12, 14, 39, 41, 43, 56,
66, 67, 69, 82, 111
Card, Memory Stick, 14, 41, 81, 82
Card, SIM, 9, 11, 12, 14, 35, 36, 37, 51, 56, 57,
58, 59, 65, 67, 75, 81, 124, 132, 133, 135
Card, Smart Disk (SD), 14, 41, 82
Card, Smart Media (SM), 14
Card, xD, 14
Charging Battery, 15
Control Panel, 36, 39, 54, 104, 131
Data, Extended, 41, 56, 73, 91, 93, 95, 96, 99,
104, 123
Data, Standard, 72, 73, 92, 98, 104
Disclaimer, Liability Limitation, II
Emitter, Infrared, 14, 54, 131
External Monitor Jack, 14
Files, Audio, 57, 73, 95, 96, 98
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Files, Image, 41, 57, 73, 74, 95, 96, 128
Files, Other, 41, 56, 57, 73, 74, 96, 98, 124
Files, Video, 57, 73, 95, 96, 98
Garmin, 43, 132
Generic Extraction Module, 32
Global Positioning System, GPS, 42, 43
GNU, 196, 203, 204, 206, 207
Hardware License, 209–13
Hardware Licenses, 209
Hash, MD5, 11, 91, 127
Indicator Light, 36, 50, 52, 135
Infrared (IR), 9, 11, 14, 26, 32, 34, 51, 53, 54,
131, 134, 137, 174
iPhone
Apple, 79, 80
iPhone, Apple, 46, 50, 132
iPod, Apple, 50
iTunes, Apple, 50, 117
JPEG, Deleted, 41
JPEG, Embedded, 41
JPEG, Extant, 41
Kyocera, 132
LG, 132
Login, Operator, 16
Metadata, 127, 128
MMS Message, 82, 93, 94, 95, 133, 137
Motorola, 75, 82, 87, 132
Network Isolation Card, 12, 30, 57, 58, 59, 124
NIC, 124
Nokia, 12, 14, 66, 67, 75, 81, 132, 137
Nokia CA-42 Cable, 12, 66, 137
Non-Latin Language, 75
OPERATING SYSTEM (OS), IV, 12, 16, 81,
204, 206, 207
Palm, 33, 132
Password, 16, 34, 52, 53
PC, Examination, 11, 70
PERSONAL DATA ASSISTANT (PDA), II, 9, 10,
11, 32, 33, 34, 42, 53, 54, 114, 174, 190
Phone Cable Adapter Storage Rack, 14
Phone Cable Jack, 14
Phone, Cellular, 11, 12, 13, 26, 28
Physical Extraction, V, VII, 27, 125
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INDEX
Skype, 79
SMS Message, 11, 33, 43, 57, 72, 81, 82, 87, 94,
124, 127, 132, 133, 137
Software License, 189, 197, 199
Software Update, 10, 87, 114, 129
Sony Ericsson, 75, 81, 83, 84, 132
Storage Compartment, 14
Stylus, 12, 13, 22, 23, 97
Switch, Power, 15, 135
Symbian, 81
Target Device, 9, 10, 12, 26, 30, 51, 54, 55, 70,
72, 73, 74, 75, 93, 99, 104, 123, 134, 135
Technical Support, Logicube, III, 99, 130, 214
TomTom, 42, 43, 132
Touch screen, 12, 13, 23
USB Storage Device, 99, 102, 105, 110, 111, 114,
115, 130
User Name, 16
Virus Checker, 19
Virus Protection
virus removal, 18
Warranty, Parts and Labor, II, III, IV
Windows, 34, 54, 75, 95, 103, 104, 132, 174
word search, 100
Write Protect, 10, 14, 81
Write-Protected, 13, 14
PIN Number, 26, 37, 52, 53, 54, 65, 133, 134, 135
Port, USB, 14, 66, 71, 91, 104, 114, 130
Portable Forensic Laboratory™, I, 9, 11, 12, 13
Power, AC, 12, 13, 15
Power, DC, 14
Powering Up CellDEK, 15
Printer, USB, 91, 97, 103, 104
Reader, Flash Memory Card, 39
Reader, SIM Card, 36
Ruler, 13, 31
Samsung, 75, 132
Sanyo, 132
Screen, Activity Log, 10, 72, 74, 110
Screen, Case Details Input Form, 70, 91, 104
Screen, Cell Phone Models, 30
Screen, Cell Phone Selection, 29
Screen, Connectivity Option, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57,
59, 66
Screen, Device Type Selection, 26, 32, 33, 35, 39,
42, 50
Screen, Discover Devices, 55
Screen, Extended Data View, 91, 93, 96, 104
Screen, Main Application, 15, 16, 18, 22, 26, 32,
35, 39, 42, 50, 66, 73, 99, 105, 114, 115, 131
Screen, Standard Data View, 92, 98
Siemens, 75, 87, 132
SIM Card ID Cloning, 59
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9. CellDEK Software License
CellDEK Software License - EU
EU CUSTOMER LICENCE
BETWEEN LOGICUBE, INC. (the “Licensor”); and the End User (“You”).
RECITAL
(A)
The Licensor is engaged in creating and is the owner of the Software (as hereinafter
defined).
(B)
The Licensor has agreed to grant You a non-exclusive licence to use the Software (as
hereinafter defined) upon the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
(C)
The Licensor has provided You with a copy of the End User Software License (as
hereinafter defined) which grants You a license to use the Microsoft and related
software contained within the PC embedded in the CellDEK device.
OPERATIVE PROVISIONS
1
DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
1.1
In this Agreement including the Schedule hereto the following words shall
have the following meanings:
“Agreement”
means this agreement, including its Schedule;
“Business Day”
means any day other than Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays in
England;
“Commencement Date”
means the date of the Contract;
“Contract”
means the contract between the Parties for the purchase of the Goods
in which the Software is embedded;
“Customer”
means a third party who is licensed by the Licensor to use the Software
when it is installed into the Goods;
“End User License”
means the paper license provided with the CellDEK device for software within the
embedded PC;
“Executable Code”
means the fully compiled version of a software programme that can be
executed by a computer and used by a Customer without further
compilation;
“Force Majeure”
means the following:
(a)
Acts of God;
(b)
outbreak of hostilities, riot, civil disturbance, acts of terrorism;
(c)
an act of any government or authority (including refusal or
revocation of any licence or consent);
(d)
fire, explosion, flood, fog or bad weather;
(e)
power failure, failure of telecommunication lines, failure or
breakdown of plant, machinery or vehicles;
(f)
default of suppliers or sub-contractors;
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1.2
(g)
theft, malicious damage, strike, lock-out or industrial action of any
kind; and
(h)
any cause or circumstance whatsoever beyond the reasonable
control of a Party;
“Goods”
means CellDEK mobile phone and PDA data extraction kit;
“Intellectual Property Rights”
means all inventions (whether patentable or not), patents, utility models,
designs (both registered and unregistered and including rights in
semiconductor topographies), copyright, database rights, trade and
service marks (both registered and unregistered) together with all
applications for, right to the grant of and extensions of the same, and all
other intellectual and industrial property including but not limited to all
similar or analogous rights throughout the world, in each case for the full
term of the relevant right;
“Licensed Software Materials”
means the Software, the Software Documentation, the Periodic New
Releases, any Releases and any fixes created and which are provided
to You pursuant to the Contract;
“Periodic New Releases”
means a release of the Software that is made available to all Customers
and that corrects errors or changes or improves the Software’s utility,
efficiency or capability and associated cable upgrade specifications and
which is provided to You pursuant to the Contract;
“Party”
means each of the persons identified as parties to this Agreement and
jointly “the Parties”;
“Release”
means the most recent standard version of the Software made available
to all Customers and which is provided to You pursuant to the
Contract;
“Software”
means the software programs in Executable Code only and which are
listed in the Schedule;
“Software Documentation”
means the instruction manuals, user guides and other information and
any modifications or additions thereto to be made available by the
Licensor at its discretion to You in either printed or machine
readable form;
“Software Specifications”
means the technical specifications from time to time published by the
Licensor in respect of the Software; and
“Use”
means the copying or transmission of the Software or (where in machine
readable form) the Software Documentation for use in accordance with
the instructions contained in the Software or (as the case may be) the
Software Documentation.
In this Agreement unless the context requires otherwise:
1.2.1
the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any gender
includes any other gender;
1.2.2
references to Clauses and Schedules are to Clauses of, and
schedules to, this Agreement;
1.2.3
any reference to an enactment, order, regulation or other similar
instrument includes a reference to that enactment, order, regulation or
instrument as from time to time amended, extended or re-enacted;
1.2.4
references to persons include bodies corporate, unincorporated
associations and partnerships, and any reference to the Parties include
their respective successors, permitted assigns and personal
representatives; and
1.2.5
any reference to “company”, “subsidiary” and “holding company”
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shall be as defined in section 736 of the Companies Act 1985.
1.3
The headings of this Agreement are for ease of reference only and shall
not affect its interpretation or construction.
1.4
In the event of a conflict between any of the terms of this Agreement
including its Schedules and appendices, the conflict shall be resolved according
to the following order of priority:
1.4.1
the Clauses of this Agreement;
1.4.2
the Schedules of this Agreement; and
1.4.3
the Recitals.
2
GRANT OF LICENCE
2.1
The Licensor hereby grants to You a non-exclusive
non-transferable licence to Use the Software (and where appropriate the
Software Documentation, any Periodic New Releases and any Releases)
and to possess and refer to the Software Documentation (the “Licence”)
in accordance with and subject to the terms and conditions of this
Agreement.
2.2
The Licensor has provided a copy of the the End User License to You. By using the
Software You are granted a license to the software in PC embedded in the CellDEK
device and You agree to be bound by the terms of the End User License agreement.
3
TERM
This Agreement shall commence on the Commencement Date and shall
continue in force unless or until terminated by either Party in accordance
with the provisions of Clause 10.
4
PROPERTY AND CONFIDENTIALITY IN THE LICENSED SOFTWARE
MATERIALS
4.1
The Licensed Software Materials contain Confidential Information (as
defined in Clause 9.1 below) of the Licensor and all Intellectual Property Rights
in the Licensed Software Materials are the exclusive property of or are licensed
to the Licensor.
4.2
You shall not:
4.2.1
save as provided in Clause 5 below copy the whole or any part
of the Licensed Software Materials;
4.2.2 save as required to be permitted by law modify, merge or combine the whole
or any part of the Licensed Software Materials with any other software or
documentation;
4.2.3
remove or tamper with any proprietary notice contained in the
Licensed Software Materials;
4.2.4
assign, license, transfer, sell, lease, rent, charge or otherwise
deal in or encumber the Licensed Software Materials nor use on behalf
of or make available the same to any third party; or
4.2.5 save as required to be permitted by law reverse compile the whole or any
part of the Licensed Software Materials from object code into source code.
4.3
You shall:
4.3.1
keep confidential the Licensed Software Materials and limit
access to the same to those of its employees, agents and sub-contractors
who either have a need to know or who are engaged in the Use of the
Software (including where appropriate the Software Documentation);
4.3.2
reproduce on any copy of the Software or Licensed Software
Materials the Licensor’s copyright and trade mark notices;
4.3.3
maintain an up-to-date record of the number of copies of the
Licensed Software Materials and their location and upon request forthwith
produce such record to the Licensor;
4.3.4
only use the Software in accordance with the number of copies
licensed to You (and as set out in the Schedule);
4.3.5
without prejudice to the foregoing take all such other steps as
shall from time to time be necessary to protect the Confidential
Information (as defined in Clause 9.1 below) and Intellectual Property
Rights of the Licensor in the Licensed Software Materials;
4.3.6
in its Use of the Licensed Software Materials comply with all
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present and future statutes, laws, ordinances, regulations and/or
guidelines of any applicable jurisdiction or agency;
4.3.7
ensure that its personnel are, at all times, educated and trained in
the proper Use and operation of the Licensed Software Materials;
4.3.8
ensure that the Licensed Software Materials are used in
accordance with any and all applicable Software Documentations; and
4.3.9
indemnify and hold harmless the Licensor from and against all
claims, damages, losses, judgments, fees, expenses and costs, including
legal costs, arising out of or resulting from Your acts, negligence
or failure to comply with this Clause 4 or any other provision of this
Agreement.
4.4
You shall inform all relevant employees, agents and
sub-contractors that the Licensed Software Materials constitute Confidential
Information (as defined below) of the Licensor and that all Intellectual Property
Rights therein are the property of or are licensed to the Licensor and the
You shall take all such steps as shall be necessary to ensure compliance
by its employees agents and sub-contractors with the provisions of this Clause 4.
5
COPYING OF THE LICENSED SOFTWARE MATERIALS
5.1
You shall be entitled to make one back-up copy of the
Software. Any such copy shall in all respects be subject to the terms and
conditions of this Agreement and shall be deemed to form part of the Software.
5.2
You shall not be entitled to copy in whole or in part the
Software Documentation.
6
WARRANTY
6.1
Subject to the exceptions set out in Clause 6.3 below and the limitations
upon its liability in Clause 7 below the Licensor warrants that:
6.1.1
it has the right, power and authority to license the Licensed
Software Materials upon the terms and conditions of this Agreement; and
6.1.2
the Software will for a period of twelve (12) months from the date it
is delivered to You conform to the Software Specifications.
6.2
You shall give notice to the Licensor as soon as it is reasonably
able upon becoming aware of a breach of warranty. If no such notice is given
within 30 days of You becoming aware of a breach of warranty, the
Licensor shall not be liable for such breach of warranty.
6.3
The Licensor shall have no liability to remedy a breach of warranty where
such breach arises:
6.3.1
in respect of Software that is not properly licensed pursuant
to Clause 2 of this Agreement;
6.3.2
in circumstances where You is not in conformity with the
minimum technical requirements and prerequisites set out in the
Software Specifications; or
6.3.3
as a result of:
a) the improper use, operation or neglect of either the
Software or the Goods upon which the Software is installed
or used;
b) the modification of the Software or its merger (in
whole or in part) with any other software;
c) the failure by You to implement
recommendations in respect of or solutions to faults
previously advised by the Licensor;
d) any repair, adjustment. alteration or modification of
the Software by any person other than the Licensor without
the Licensor's prior consent;
e) failure by You adequately to back-up the
Software;
f) any breach by You of any of its obligations
under any maintenance agreement in respect of the
Goods upon which the Software is installed or used;
g) any failure, accident, neglect or misuse of
equipment, software or media not supplied by the Licensor;
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h) Your failure to install and Use in
substitution for the previous release any New Release of
the Software within ninety (90) days of receipt of the same;
or
i) the use of the Software for a purpose for which
they were not designed.
6.4
Without prejudice to the foregoing the Licensor does not warrant that the
Use of the Software will meet Your requirements or that the operation
of the Software (including where in machine-readable form the Software
Documentation) will be uninterrupted or error free.
6.5
Nothing in this Agreement shall obligate the Licensor to improve or
otherwise support the Licensed Software Materials.
6.6
Subject to the foregoing all conditions, warranties, terms, representations
(unless fraudulent) and undertakings express or implied, statutory or otherwise
in respect of the Licensed Software Materials are hereby excluded to the fullest
extent permissible by law.
7
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
7.1
Where any sustainable claim is made by You in respect of any
breach of the warranties given by the Licensor pursuant to clause 6 above, the
Licensor shall be entitled at its option either to replace or repair the Software
free of charge. This shall be Your sole and exclusive remedy and the
Licensor shall have no further liability to You for breach of such
warranties.
7.2
Subject to Clause 7.1 above and without prejudice to Clause 7.4, and
except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the total liability of the Licensor
in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty) or otherwise
arising by reason of or in connection with this Agreement shall be limited in
aggregate to the total price paid and payable by You for the Goods
under the Contract.
7.3
Without prejudice to Clause 7.4, in no event shall the Licensor be liable
to You for loss of revenue, loss of anticipated savings, loss of profits,
loss of data, damage to goodwill, loss of reputation or for any type of indirect,
economic or consequential loss or damage whatsoever or howsoever caused.
7.4
Neither party excludes or limits liability to the other for death or personal
injury caused by its negligence or for fraud.
7.5
Save as expressly stated in this Agreement, all conditions, warranties
and representations (unless fraudulent) expressed or implied by statute,
common law or otherwise in relation to the Licensed Software Materials are
hereby excluded to the fullest extent permissible by law.
8
RISK IN THE LICENSED SOFTWARE MATERIALS
Risk in the Licensed Software Materials will pass to You upon
the date of delivery of the Licensed Software Materials to You.
If subsequently the Licensed Software Materials are (in whole or in part)
destroyed, damaged or lost the Licensor will upon written request
replace the same subject to You paying its then prevailing
charges.
9
CONFIDENTIALITY
9.1
Neither Party shall use, copy, adapt, alter, disclose or part with
possession of any information or data of the other Party which is disclosed or
otherwise comes into its possession directly or indirectly as a result of this
Agreement and which is of a confidential nature (“Confidential Information”)
without the prior written consent of the disclosing Party except as strictly
necessary to perform its obligations or exercise its rights under this Agreement.
9.2
The receiving Party undertakes not to disclose any Confidential
Information of the disclosing Party to any third party other than employees,
professional advisors and approved sub-contractors of the receiving Party on a
“need to know” basis only and to whom disclosure is necessary for the proper
performance of their duties under this Agreement.
9.3
The foregoing obligations shall not apply to Confidential Information that:
9.3.1
was known to the receiving Party prior to receipt from the
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disclosing Party; or
9.3.2
is received from a third party without breach of any other
confidentiality arrangements; or
9.3.3
is or becomes public knowledge other than by breach of this
Clause or is independently developed by or for the receiving Party; or
9.3.4
is required to be disclosed by any applicable law or by order of
any Court of competent jurisdiction or any government body, agency or
regulatory body, provided that the receiving Party shall use all
reasonable endeavours to give the other Party not less than two
business days’ written notice of the disclosure.
9.4
The Parties shall ensure that their respective employees, agents and
sub-contractors comply with the provisions of this Clause and are bound by
terms and conditions of use and non-disclosure at least as onerous as those
contained in this Clause.
9.5
The obligations in this Clause shall continue in force notwithstanding
termination of this Agreement for any reason.
9.6
If this Agreement is terminated, the receiving Party shall return or
destroy at the request of the disclosing Party all Confidential Information of the
disclosing Party.
10
TERMINATION
10.1
This Agreement may be terminated:
10.1.1
by either Party upon giving not less than sixty (60) days written
notice to the other;
10.1.2
forthwith by either Party upon giving written notice to the other if
the other commits any material breach of this Agreement and which (in
the case of a breach capable of remedy) shall not have been remedied
within thirty (30) days of a written request to remedy the same (and
non-payments of sums when due to the Licensor shall be a material
breach);
10.1.3
forthwith by either Party upon giving written notice to the other
Party if the other Party makes or proposes to make any arrangement or
composition with its creditors or has a receiver, administrative receiver,
administrator, liquidator, manager or similar officer appointed in respect
of all or any part of its assets or passes a resolution for winding-up
(otherwise than for the purpose of a solvent amalgamation or
reconstruction where the resulting entity assumes all of the obligations of
the relevant party under this Agreement), or (in the case of an individual)
commits any act of bankruptcy or dies, or (in the case of a partnership)
is dissolved, or undergoes or suffers any analogous acts or proceedings
under any foreign law;
10.1.4
if the other Party shall commit any act of bankruptcy, shall have a
receiving order made against it, shall make or negotiate for any
composition or arrangement with or assignment for the benefit of its
creditors or if the other party being a body corporate, shall present a
petition or have a petition presented by a creditor for its winding up or
shall enter into any liquidation (other than for the purpose of
reconstruction or amalgamation), shall call any meeting of its creditors,
shall have a receiver of all or any of its undertakings or assets
appointed, shall be deemed by virtue of section 123 of the Insolvency
Act 1986 to be unable to pay its debts, or shall cease to carry on
business; or
10.1.5
forthwith by either Party upon giving written notice to the other if
the other shall cease to carry on its business or substantially the whole
of its business.
10.2
Any termination of this Agreement (however occasioned) shall not
operate so as to affect any accrued rights or liabilities of either Party.
10.3
Within fourteen (14) days of the termination of this Agreement
(howsoever and by whomsoever occasioned) You shall return or
destroy (as the Licensor shall instruct) all copies of the Licensed Software
Materials in its possession and a duly authorised officer of You shall
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certify in writing to the Licensor that You has complied with such
obligation.
11
FORCE MAJEURE
11.1
Neither Party shall be liable to the other Party for any delay or
non-performance of its obligations under this Agreement to the extent that its
performance is interrupted or prevented by Force Majeure.
11.2
Such delay or failure shall not constitute a breach of this Agreement and
the time for performance shall be extended by a period equivalent to that during
which performance is so prevented provided that if such delay or failure persists
for sixty (60) days or more, the Party not affected may, at its option and if it is
reasonable for it to do so, terminate this Agreement by giving fourteen (14) days
written notice to the other Party.
12
WAIVER
Any failure or delay on the part of either Party to exercise any power or
right under this Agreement shall not operate as a waiver of it, nor shall
any single or partial exercise of any such right or power preclude any
other or further exercise of the right or power. Any of the rights and
remedies of either Party under this Agreement may at any time be
enforced separately or concurrently with any other rights and remedies,
whether under this Agreement or arising by operation of law with the
effect that the rights and remedies are cumulative and not exclusive of
each other.
13
NOTICES
13.1
Any notices required to be given under this Agreement shall be in writing
and delivered personally or by first class post or transmitted by facsimile to the
Parties as set out below:
13.1.1
The Licensor:
Address:
Logicube, Inc.
19755 Nordhoff Place
Chatsworth, CA 91311 USA
For attention of:
COO
13.1.2
You:
to the address or facsimile number that You provided for Your purchase of
the Software.
13.2
Any notice served by:
13.2.1
personal delivery, shall be deemed served at the time of
delivery;
13.2.2
first class post, shall be deemed served at the start of the fifth
business day after posting; and
13.2.3
facsimile, shall be deemed served on the day of transmission (or
the next following business day if transmitted outside the Party’s normal
working hours) provided that the sender shall have received a
transmission report indicating that all the pages of the notice have been
transmitted to the correct facsimile number.
13.3
Any Party may change any details of its address or facsimile number by
notice in the manner described above.
14
SEVERABILITY
If any term or provision of this Agreement or its application to any Party
or circumstances shall, to any extent, be invalid or unenforceable, the
remainder of this Agreement or the application of the term or provision
to any other Party or circumstances, other than those as to which it is
already invalid or unenforceable, shall not be affected, and each term
and provision of this Agreement shall be valid and enforceable to the
fullest extent permitted by law. The Parties shall negotiate in good faith
to replace any invalid or unenforceable provisions by substitute
provisions.
15
ENTIRE AGREEMENT
15.1
This Agreement and the Contract constitute the entire agreement
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between the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersede
and invalidate all prior oral or written communications, understandings,
representations or warranties relating to the subject matter hereof.
15.2
Each Party warrants to the other that it has not relied on any such
communications, understandings, representations or warranties in entering into
this Agreement.
15.3
Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, the provisions
of Clauses 4, 7, 9 and any other Clauses which are intended to survive
termination shall survive termination of the Agreement and shall continue in full
force and effect thereafter.
16
ASSIGNMENT/SUB-CONTRACTING/AGENCY
16.1
You shall not be entitled to assign, sub-contract or otherwise
transfer your rights or obligations under this Agreement whether in whole or in part
without the Licensor’s prior written consent.
16.2
The Licensor shall be entitled to assign its rights hereunder (in whole or
in part) to any person, partnership or company.
16.3
This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure for the benefit of the
Parties and their respective permitted successors and assigns.
17
THIRD PARTY RIGHTS
A person who is not a Party to this Agreement has no rights under the
Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of this
Agreement but this does not affect any right or remedy of a third party
which exists or is available apart from that Act.
18
PUBLICITY
The Parties agree to keep confidential the terms of this Agreement, and
neither Party shall make any announcement in relation to this Agreement
or otherwise publicise its existence or its contents or use or refer to the
name, trade mark or trade name of the other Party in any disclosure
without the prior written consent of the other Party such consent not to
be unreasonably withheld or delayed. A Party shall be entitled to
withhold such consent and shall be under no obligation to provide any
explanation for such action.
19
AMENDMENTS
No amendment to this Agreement whether oral or written shall be binding
on either Party unless in writing and signed on behalf of the Parties.
20
GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
20.1
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with
English law.
20.2
It is irrevocably agreed that the English courts shall have non-exclusive
jurisdiction as regards any claim or matter arising out of or in connection with
this Agreement.
21
NO PARTNERSHIP/AGENCY
Nothing in this Agreement is intended to or shall operate to create a
partnership or joint venture of any kind between the Parties, or to
authorise either Party to act as agent for the other.
22
THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE
22.1
CellDEK software uses libraries and other components from the LibUSB-Win32
project.
The library is distributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License
(LGPL).
The other components are distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public
License (GPL).
These licenses are available to read at the LibUSB-Win32 project home-page
www.libusb-win32.sourceforge.net.
22.2.1 The End User License is provided as a paper license along with the CellDEK device.
By using the Software You agree to be bound by the terms of the End User Liclense
Agreement.
Additional copies of this license are also available from Logicube.
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THIS AGREEMENT shall be binding on installation of the Software and is by and between
LOGICUBE, INC. (“Licensor”) and the End User (“You”).
1. Grant of License. So long as You shall be in compliance with the terms hereof, You
shall have a limited, perpetual, non-exclusive and non-transferable license (“License”) to use
the Software solely in the course of lawfully operating the device with which the Software is
integrated, and for no other purpose. You are also granted a license to use the Microsoft and
related software contained within the PC embedded in the CellDEK device and by using such
software You agree to be bound by the terms of the End User License agreement, a copy of
which is provided to You with the device. Additional copies of the End User License are also
available from Logicube.
2. Title. No title or ownership in the Software is transferred to You. Title to all applicable
rights in patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets in the Software shall remain in
Licensor. Software licensed hereunder is property of Licensor, and You shall be bound by
and observe such nature thereof as herein provided. You shall take appropriate action by
instruction to and agreement with its employees, agents, consultants or any other end users
who are permitted access to the Software to fulfill its obligations hereunder. Without limiting
the foregoing, You shall ensure that any end user license agreement provided with the
Software is brought to the reasonable attention of all such end users. You shall not
provide, or otherwise make available, the Software or copies thereof to any third party. All
ownership rights to any developments or improvements to the Software made by You shall
belong solely to Licensor.
3. Copying.
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