CelleBrite TOUCH User Manual
Cellebrite TOUCH
User Manual
Jun. 2014 | V 2.4 - ENG
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This manual contains proprietary information belonging to Cellebrite Ltd. Such information is supplied solely for the
purpose of assisting explicitly and properly authorized users of the Cellebrite TOUCH.
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Corporate and individual names and data used in
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Copyright 2014 Cellebrite Ltd. All rights reserved.
FCC Compliancy
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Issue Date: Jun 15, 2014
Revision record:
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Update Description
Author/s
1.3
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First documented version
Cellebrite
1.4
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Nov 11
New Diagnostics and Install features
Eyal Klein
1.5
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Feb 12
New T.B.R to cloud feature
Eyal Klein
1.6
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Jun 12
New Buy-Back feature
Eyal Klein
1.7
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Oct 12
New BIOS, New template
Eyal Klein
1.9
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Feb 13
Added Wipe, New diagnostics flow and dashboard
Eyal Klein
2.1
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Aug 15
Added store agent id, improved Autodetect flow
Eyal Klein
2.2
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Nov 13
Replace Micro SIM Adapter to Multi SIM Adapter
Eyal Klein
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Feb 14
Updated transfer flow and settings screens
Eyal Klein
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Jun 14
New Search model feature, Time estimates, Self
service mode
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The Cellebrite TOUCH should be used only with the dedicated AC/DC adapter supplied with this device.
USB, Ethernet and target and source connectors should be connected only to CE approved devices
(according to IEC/EN 60065 standard).
Make sure that all external connections to other devices (except for the power adapter) are only indoor and SELV (safety extra low voltage, does not exceed 42.4 V peak or 60 V DC).
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction ................................................... 1
1.4.3.
Using the touch screen ............................. 8
1.1. Main features: ........................................................... 1
1.4.4.
Using connectors and ports ...................... 8
1.4.5.
Security lock .............................................. 9
1.1.1.
Phone-to-phone content transfer ............ 1
1.1.2.
Phone content backup ............................. 1
Chapter 2: Getting Started ............................................. 10
1.1.3.
Restore phone content ............................ 2
2.1. Using Cellebrite TOUCH for the first time ................ 10
1.1.4.
Wipe phone content ................................ 2
2.1.1.
Setting up the device .............................. 10
1.1.5.
In-store phone diagnostics ....................... 2
2.1.2.
Turning the device on ............................. 10
1.1.6.
Content and applications delivery ........... 3
2.1.3.
Turning the device off ............................. 11
1.1.7.
Phone Buy-Back program ......................... 3
2.1.4.
Exiting sleep mode .................................. 11
1.2. Hardware description ................................................ 4
2.2. Main menu ............................................................... 12
1.3. Cellebrite TOUCH kit contents................................... 7
2.2.1.
Menu options ......................................... 12
1.4. Proper setting and usage........................................... 7
2.2.2.
Toolbar .................................................... 13
2.2.3.
Virtual keyboard ..................................... 14
1.4.1.
Storing temperature: ............................... 7
1.4.2.
Working temperature: ............................. 8
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2.3. Selecting source and target phones ........................ 15
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2.3.1.
Recently used ......................................... 19
5.2. Installing content ..................................................... 42
2.3.2.
Custom list.............................................. 19
Chapter 6: Cellebrite Diagnostics ................................... 44
2.4. Selecting operator ................................................... 20
6.1. Overview .................................................................. 44
2.5. Bluetooth connectivity ............................................ 21
6.2. Diagnostic tests and repair procedures ................... 45
Chapter 3: Transfer Backup & Restore .......................... 22
6.3. Typical diagnostics flow ........................................... 46
3.1. Overview ................................................................. 22
6.4. Sample diagnostics session ...................................... 47
3.2. Phone to phone content transfer ............................ 23
Chapter 7: Cellebrite Buy-Back ...................................... 52
3.3. Backup phone data.................................................. 28
7.1. Overview .................................................................. 52
3.4. Restore phone data ................................................. 31
7.2. Offering Buy-Back .................................................... 53
3.5. Transfer data to and from SIM/USIM cards ............ 33
Chapter 8: Settings ........................................................ 55
3.5.1.
Transferring SIM content ....................... 34
8.1. Overview .................................................................. 55
3.5.2.
Backing up SIM content ......................... 36
8.2. General tab .............................................................. 56
3.5.3.
Restoring SIM content ............................ 37
8.2.1.
Change interface language ..................... 56
Chapter 4: Content Wipe............................................... 38
8.2.2.
Create custom phone lists ...................... 57
4.1. Overview ................................................................. 38
8.2.3.
Set self service mode .............................. 58
4.2. Wiping phone content............................................. 39
Chapter 5: Cellebrite Apploader .................................... 41
5.1. Overview ................................................................. 41
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8.3. Transfer tab.............................................................. 59
8.3.1.
Transfer options...................................... 59
8.4. Reporting tab ........................................................... 60
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8.4.1.
Cellebrite Analytics reporting ................. 60
8.4.2.
Store agent ID......................................... 60
8.5. Update tab............................................................... 62
8.5.1.
Software update..................................... 62
8.5.3.
Installing product license ....................... 64
8.5.4.
Refresh content ...................................... 64
8.6. Connectivity tab ...................................................... 65
.7.8 Support tab.............................................................. 66
8.7.1.
Application Logs ..................................... 66
.7.8.2
Transaction Logs..................................... 67
8.8. About tab................................................................. 68
8.8.1.
System & version information................ 68
Appendix A: Data Access Application ............................ 69
Appendix B: System Recovery ....................................... 70
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction
Designed to meet the demands of tomorrow’s phones, Cellebrite TOUCH is a powerful, fast and easy-to-use
touch-screen device, bringing new capabilities in-store. These include: Phone-to-Phone content transfer, backup and
restore, diagnostics, instant delivery of apps and content, analytics to manage and monitor multiple stores, and a
unique Buy-Back program offering customers immediate trade-in value on old phones for credit against in-store
purchases.
1.1. Main features:
1.1.1.
Phone-to-phone content transfer
Cellebrite TOUCH facilitates the transfer of personal data from one
phone to another: contacts, images, SMS messages, video and audio
files, ringtones and more, regardless of the phone manufacturer, model,
operating system or carrier.
1.1.2.
Phone content backup
Personal content, including contacts, images, SMS messages, video and
audio files, ringtones and more, can be securely backed up to a USB mass
storage device, SD card, remote server or the web (cloud).
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1.1.3.
Restore phone content
Backed-up personal content, including contacts, images, SMS messages,
video and audio files, ringtones and more, can be securely restored from
a USB mass storage device, SD card, remote server or the web (cloud).
* Backup/Restore to and from web are optional features.
1.1.4.
Wipe phone content
Personal content including contacts, images, SMS messages, video and
audio files, ringtones and more, can be securely removed from the
phone memory to protect customer’s private data when sending the
phone to repair, trading the phone or sending the phone to be recycled.
* Optional module (licensed separately).
1.1.5.
In-store phone diagnostics
Cellebrite’s integrated Diagnostic solution uses an intuitive GUI to guide
store agents through problem isolation and resolution. This comprehensive tool
enables the fast identification and resolution of mobile phone faults in-store
-substantially reducing the need to send NFF (No Fault Found) phones to labs
and repair shops, minimizing costs, saving time and improving customer service.
* Optional module (licensed separately).
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1.1.6.
Content and applications delivery
With Cellebrite TOUCH, retailers can offer delivery and side-loading of
applications and content packages in-store, enabling dynamic
personalization according to user profile; phone type and content
preferences. Retailers can also promote specific content.
* Optional module (licensed separately).
1.1.7.
Phone Buy-Back program
Cellebrite now offers mobile retailers a major opportunity to dramatically
increase their trade-in take-up rate by promoting old phone trade-ins as part
of the sales process through the unique Cellebrite Buy-Back program. The
Buy-Back program changes the dynamic of phone trade-ins, giving the sales
agent the promotional initiative.
* Optional module (licensed separately).
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1.2. Hardware description
Top view
Bottom view
Tablet top
4
Tablet bottom
Status indicators.
Led indicator - view the battery status.
Navigation keys.
Stylus - Store the stylus pointing device.
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Left (Source) panel
Right (Target) panel
Left panel features
Right panel features
USB port - attach the source phone or
USB mass storage device.
RJ-45 port-attach source phone via
RJ-45 connection.
Power Jack - connect the power supply.
USB port - attach target phone or USB mass
storage device.
VGA - attach an external monitor.
RJ-45 port-attach target phone via RJ-45 connection
Headphone Jack - attach external
headphones or speakers.
Power Switch – on/off switch also doubles as
device lock.
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Front panel
Rear panel
Front panel
Rear panel
TOUCH screen - lift and close the display. To open the monitor, lift it gently from the back of the tablet.
SIM Card Reader – Backup or restore
data from/to SIM and USIM cards.
Wi-Fi/Bluetooth switch - enable/disable.
Reset - reset the tablet.
Mini USB – connect to PC
USB ports - for external USB devices.
SD reader - read or writes to SD cards.
Ethernet Port - connect to a network or the
internet.
Kensington Lock - anchor the device.
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1.3. Cellebrite TOUCH kit contents
Your Cellebrite TOUCH kit comes in a carrying case. In addition to this user guide, the Cellebrite TOUCH kit includes:
Cellebrite TOUCH tablet
Cable kit
Multi SIM
adapter
Power supply
Cleaning
brush for
phone
connectors
1.4. Proper setting and usage
For your safety and that of your equipment, follow these rules for handling and cleaning your Cellebrite TOUCH device.
Keep these instructions handy for reference by you and others. Incorrect storage or use of your device may void the
manufacturer’s warranty.
1.4.1.
Storing temperature:
The Cellebrite TOUCH device was designed to withstand storing temperature of between -20°C to 40°C / -4°F to 104°F.
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1.4.2.
Working temperature:
The Cellebrite TOUCH device was designed to work indoors and can withstand operating temperature of between 0°C
to 40°C / 32°F to 104°F. To reduce the possibility of heat-related damages, follow these guidelines:
Set up your device on a stable work surface that allows adequate air circulation under and around the device.
When operating your device, lift and open the monitor to reveal the air circulating grills.
Do not block the air circulating grills of the device.
Do not store a running device inside a poorly ventilated space such as a drawer or a cabinet.
1.4.3.
Using the touch screen
To prevent the possibility of damage to the screen, follow these guidelines:
Use the stylus pointing device or your finger to tap the screen gently.
Do not use a pen, a pencil or any other sharp devices on the screen.
1.4.4.
Using connectors and ports
When connecting a phone to the device, make sure that:
The connector matches the port.
The port is free of debris.
You positioned the connector correctly in relation to the port.
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1.4.5.
Security lock
The Cellebrite TOUCH device contains a standard Kensington lock port for
anchoring the device to a desk.
In addition, the power switch also acts as a lock to prevent accidental
shutdown of the device.
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Getting Started
2.1. Using Cellebrite TOUCH for the first time
2.1.1.
Setting up the device
1.
Unpack your TOUCH device from the kit.
2.
Connect the power supply adapter to the device power jack.
3.
Connect the LAN Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port at the back of the device.
2.1.2.
Turning the device on
Slide the power switch towards you.
When the device is powered on, the Power indicator will be lit. After few
seconds the Main Screen is displayed and the device is ready for use.
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2.1.3.
Turning the device off
Select Exit from the Toolbar to close the Cellebrite TOUCH application, and use the Windows Start menu to restart or turn off the computer.
Or
Slide and hold the power switch towards you.
2.1.4.
Exiting sleep mode
Cellebrite TOUCH is designed to enter into sleep mode after a given idle duration (default 20min) to reduce power
consumption.
To wake-up the device, press any of the navigation key buttons on top of
the device.
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2.2. Main menu
The Cellebrite TOUCH main screen includes icons for the Transfer, Backup,
and Restore services. Additional services are available depending on the
type of license purchased by the customer.
2.2.1.
Menu options
Transfer - Use this option to perform a phone-to-phone transfer of data from one mobile phone or SIM card
to another mobile phone or SIM card. For more information see 3.2 Phone to phone content transfer on
page 23.
Backup - Use this option to back up data from a mobile phone or a SIM card to a USB mass storage device or
an SD card. For more information see 3.3 Backup phone data on page 28.
Restore - Use this option to restore data to a mobile phone or a SIM card from a USB mass storage device or
an SD card. For more information see 3.4 Restore phone dataon page 31.
Wipe - Use this option to erase customer’s private data from a mobile phone before trading the phone or
sending it to repair shop or recycle center. For more information see 4.2 Wiping phone content on page 39.
Apploader (Optional) - Use this option to install mobile applications and content such as video, music and
multimedia files on the target phone. For more information see 5.2 Installing content on page 42.
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Diagnostics (Optional) - Use this option to run diagnostic tests on a faulty phone. For more information see
Chapter 6: Cellebrite Diagnostics on page 44.
Buy-Back (Optional) - Use this option to offer a trade-in for an old phone. For more information see Chapter 7: Cellebrite Buy-Back on page 52.
2.2.2.
Toolbar
The toolbar at the top of the screen provides quick access to global features.
Wireless - The Wireless indicator displays the wireless network signal strength.
Keyboard - Use the Keyboard button to open the virtual keyboard.
Home - Select the Home button to return to the main screen.
Settings - Use the Settings button to configure default settings for the application.
Exit - Use the Exit button to close the application.
Battery - The battery indicator displays the battery charging status.
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2.2.3.
Virtual keyboard
There are three available virtual keyboards: QWERTY, AZERTY, and numerical.
Numerical keyboard
QWERTY keyboard
Alphabetical keyboard
Open or close the virtual keyboard
To open the virtual keyboard, select Keyboard from the Toolbar menu.
To close the virtual keyboard press the red X next to the keyboard.
Switch to the numeric keyboard
To open the numeric keyboard, tap the 12#? key at the bottom left of the keyboard. When the numeric
keyboard is open, the 12#? key changes to abc.
Switch to the alphabetic keyboard
To open the alphabetic keyboards, tap the abc key at the bottom left of the keyboard. When an alphabetic keyboard is open, the abc changes to 12#?.
Toggle between the QWERTY and alphabetical keyboards.
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2.3. Selecting source and target phones
When selecting a menu option from Cellebrite TOUCH main screen, you will be guided to select the Source, Target or
both Source and Target phones.
the following paragraphs describes the process of selecting source and target phones for the transfer option, however
they are valid for all of the options listed in the main menu.
Selecting a phone
1.
Select Transfer type: From the main screen, select the desired menu
option.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled
store-agent ID feature, the Store Agent ID screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
If you are using a Mobile Retail Chain version of the Cellebrite
TOUCH, the select operator screen will be displayed as described
in 2.4 Selecting operator on page 20.
The Search Model screen appears:
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2.
Use Autodetect - If you know which cable to use, connect the phone
to the Source/Target USB port as indicated by the flashing red arrow.
If the phone is recognized, the Handset auto-detected successfully
screen appears.
The Cellebrite TOUCH automatically detects Smartphones with
Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BB10 operating systems. However,
In case the phone was not recognized use one of the following
methods to select the phone manually:
Search phone model – enter the phone model and/or vendor into
the search field. You can use full or partial names in any order you
want and the phone model list will adjust automatically to match
your search terms as indicated by the red underline.
Recently Used - use the Recently Used button to select a phone
model from a list of recently used phones as described in 2.3.1
Recently used on page 19.
Custom list - use the Custom list button to select a phone model
from a pre customized list of phones as described in 2.3.2 Custom
list on page 19
Select from list – use the Vendors button to open the Select Vendor screen:
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Select vendor – use the keyboard icon to open the virtual
keyboard and type in the phone vendor name
or
use the Up and Down arrow buttons to browse the vendors
list.
Select the desired vendor from the list.

Select model - use the keyboard icon to open the virtual
keyboard and type in the phone vendor name (and model)
or
use the Up and Down arrow buttons to browse the models list.
Select the desired model from the list.
TIP:
3.
Tap the 12#? key on the bottom left of the virtual keypad to switch to the numeric keyboard.
For more keyboard options, see 2.2.3 Virtual
keyboard on page 14.
Select network - If the same phone model can be used for both GSM
and CDMA cellular networks, select the desired network.
The Waiting for Device screen appears:
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4.
Attach the phone: Follow the instructions to connect the phone to
the Cellebrite TOUCH.
Or
Click on Switch to Bluetooth connectivity and follow the instructions
described in 2.5 Bluetooth connectivity on page 21.
Connection instructions for late phone models include HTML
based help screens with GUI and step-by-step instructions
accompanied by phone screenshots.
In this release (2.4), the new help screens will be displayed in
English for all of the versions of Apple Iphone and the top 60
Android Smartphones. The “Old” help screens will be displayed when working in a different language or phone.
If the phone supports Bluetooth connectivity, a button
named Switch to Bluetooth will appear next to the Continue
button allowing you to use Bluetooth connectivity as described in 2.5 Bluetooth connectivity on page 21.
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2.3.1.
Recently used
If you used this type of phone as source or target phone, you can select
the phone model by searching the “recently used” phones list.
1.
Tap the Recently Used button. The Recently Used screen appears:
2.
Select the desired phone from the list.
2.3.2.
Custom list
If you have created a custom list of commonly used phones, a Custom List
button will be added to the screen. See section 8.2.2 Create custom phone
lists on page 57 for more information about creating custom lists.
1.
Tap the Custom List button. The Custom list screen appears:
2.
Select the desired phone from the list.
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2.4. Selecting operator
If you are using a Mobile Retail Chain version of the Cellebrite TOUCH, the
Select Operator screen will be displayed, allowing you to select an
operator from a list of the chain supported operators and reduce the lists
of vendors and models to the ones relevant to the operator.
Select the desired operator in order to list only the vendors that are
supported by the selected operator
Or
Tap the All Models button to list all of the vendors.
The Select Vendor screen is displayed.
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2.5. Bluetooth connectivity
Cellebrite recommends using cable connectivity for higher transfer rate,
however, in case you have to transfer phonebook data from a Windows
Phone device, or if you can’t find the right cable, tap the Switch to
Bluetooth button in the waiting for device screen to use Bluetooth
connectivity.
When transferring phone book and multimedia content to/from Windows
Phone device you will be instructed to use Bluetooth to transfer the phone
book data and then to use the cable connectivity to transfer the other
content types.
Cellebrite TOUCH displays a “Discovering Phones” message while it
automatically searches for visible Bluetooth devices within its proximity,
and generates a list of all the phones it finds.
1.
On the mobile phone, you must enable the phone to connect via
Bluetooth, by turning Bluetooth capabilities on.
2.
Set the Bluetooth services to ‘Visible’.
3.
Follow the connectivity instructions on Cellebrite TOUCH display.
Cellebrite TOUCH instructs you to enter a pin code in the Bluetooth
phone to complete the pairing between the devices.
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Chapter 3: Transfer Backup & Restore
Chapter 3: Transfer Backup & Restore
3.1. Overview
Cellebrite TOUCH is a professional, stand-alone phone memory transfer and backup solution that transfers all forms of
content, including: pictures, videos, ringtones and SMS, as well as phonebook contact data, between a wide range of
mobile phones, smart phones and tablets.
Cellebrite TOUCH content transfer features include:
Phone to phone data transfer.
Phone data backup.
Phone data restore.
SIM/USIM content transfer, backup and restore.
Transfer time varies according to the selected data types. Large multimedia files may impact transfer
time significantly.
Do not disconnect the phone during the Transfer, Backup or Restore process! Once started, the process
should not be interrupted.
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3.2. Phone to phone content transfer
Use the Transfer option to transfer Phonebook contacts, SMS and MMS messages, Emails, Pictures, Audio and Video
files, Pictures and Ringtones from an old phone or SIM/USIM card to a new one.
Select the source
phone
Select the
target phone
Attach source
and target
phones
Select which
content to
transfer
Transfer
content
To transfer phone content:
1.
Select Transfer: From the main menu, select Transfer to copy data from one phone (the source) to another phone
(the target).
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled store-agent ID feature, the Select Store
Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
If you are using a Mobile Retail Chain version of the Cellebrite
TOUCH, the Select Operator screen will be displayed as described
in 2.4 Selecting operator on page 20.
2.
Select and attach the source phone: Use Autodetect or manually
select the vendor and model, and attach the source phone to the
source port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target
phones on page 15.
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3.
Select and attach the target phone: Use Autodetect or manually select the vendor and model, and attach the
target phone to the target port. The Select Content Types screen appears:
If you need the same cable to connect both source and target phones, use the Connect Later button.
To transfer phonebook data from a Windows Phone or if the required cable cannot be used - tap the Switch
to Bluetooth button and follow the instructions described in 2.5 Bluetooth connectivity on page 21.
4.
Select memory: Select which phone memory to transfer (Phone, SIM and Memory card).
5.
Select content types to transfer: Each of the Content type buttons
displays number of items, accumulated size and estimated transfer
time.
Tap on a content type button to select it for transfer.
The content size and estimated transfer time are calculated and
added to the Total Estimated Transfer Time and the Required
Disk Space displayed below the content type buttons.
If the Required Disk Space exceeds the Target Free Disk Space,
the Target Free Disk Space display color will turn red. In this case,
you can lower the video transfer size threshold by tapping on the
+ sign displayed in the upper right corner of the Videos content
button, and omit large video files or unselect a content type.
Tap Start » to continue.
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6.
Install content: If the version you use supports the “Apploader”
option, and the Install content after transfer or restore check box in
the Settings Transfer tab is checked, the Select Content Pack screen
will be displayed:
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the content
installation procedure. For more information see 5.2 Installing
content on page 42.
Tap Next » to continue.
Cellebrite TOUCH displays statistics and progress bars as it reads the
source memory and writes to the target memory.
7.
Select accounts: If the phone you are backing up supports user
accounts, the Select Account screen will be displayed. Select the
account you want to transfer.
Tap Continue »
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8.
Select Multimedia files: If the Cellebrite TOUCH can’t read the
content information from the phone you selected during the select
content type process, the Multimedia Selection screen will appear
after the contacts and SMS’s are transferred.
Select the type of multimedia files you want to transfer and tap OK »
to continue.
The Extract in Progress screen reappear displaying statistics and
progress bars as the transfer progress.
9.
Source/Target instructions: When the transfer process is complete,
the Source Instructions screen appears. Follow the instructions on the
screen to return the phone to its working mode.
Tap Continue>>. The Target Instructions screen appears:
10. Target Instructions: Follow the instructions on the screen to return
the phone to its working mode.
Tap Continue>>.
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11. The Transfer Summary screen appears, displaying statistics of the
number of entries that were read and written to memory and the
following verification message: “Transfer completed successfully”.
Tap Finish to continue.
12. Offer Buy-Back: If the version you have supports the “Buy-Back”
option, and the Propose Buyback after Transfer check box in the
Settings Transfer tab is checked, the following screen appears:
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the Buy-Back
procedure. For more information see 7.2 Offering Buy-Back on page
53.
Do not disconnect the phone during the transfer process!
Once started, the transfer process should not be interrupted.
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3.3. Backup phone data
Cellebrite TOUCH enables you to easily back up content stored on a mobile phone to a USB mass storage device or an
SD card.
Select and attach source
phone
Attach backup
device
Select content to
backup
Backup content
To backup phone content:
1.
Select Backup: From the main menu, select Backup.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled store-agent ID feature, the Select Store
Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap
OK.
2.
Select and attach the source phone: Use Autodetect or manually
select the vendor and model, and attach the source phone to the
source port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target
phones on page 15. Tap Continue ».
To transfer phonebook data from a Windows Phone device or if
the required cable cannot be used - tap the Switch to Bluetooth
button and follow the instructions described in section 2.5 Bluetooth connectivity on page 21.
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The Waiting for Removable Drive screen is displayed:
3.
Attach the target drive: Connect the USB mass storage device to the
Target USB port and tap Continue ». The Select Content Types screen
appears:
4.
Select memory: Select which phone memory to back up (Phone, SIM
and Memory card).
5.
Select content types to back up: Each of the Content type buttons
displays number of items, accumulated size and estimated transfer
time per each content type.
Tap on a content type button to select it for backup.
The content size and estimated transfer time are calculated and
added to the Total Estimated Transfer Time and the Required
Disk Space displayed below the content type buttons.
If the Required Disk Space exceeds the Target Free Disk Space,
the Target Free Disk Space display color will turn red. In this case,
you can lower the video transfer size threshold by tapping on the
+ sign displayed in the upper right corner of the Videos content
button, and omit large video files or unselect a content type.
6.
Tap Start » to continue. The Backup Extraction in Process screen
appears.
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7.
Select accounts: If the phone you are backing up supports user
accounts, the Select Account screen appears.
Select the account you want to backup and tap Continue ».
The Extract in progress screen reappear displaying statistics and
progress bars as the transfer progress. When done the Source
Instructions screen appears.
8.
Source instructions : Follow the instructions on the screen to return
the phone to its working mode.
Tap Continue>>. The Backup Summary screen appears.
Do not disconnect the phone during the backup process! Once
started, the backup process should not be interrupted.
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3.4. Restore phone data
Cellebrite TOUCH enables you to easily restore back-up content from a USB mass storage device or an SD card to your
mobile phone.
Select and attach target
phone
Select content to
restore
Attach source drive
Restore content
To restore phone content:
1.
Select Restore: From the main menu, select Restore to restore backup content to a target phone.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled
store-agent ID feature, the Select Store Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
2.
Select and attach the target phone: Use Autodetect or manually
select the vendor and model, and attach the target phone to the
target port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target
phones on page 15. Tap Continue ».
The Select Content Types screen is displayed:
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3.
Select which content types to restore: Tap on a content category to
select it, Use the Select All button to select all of the available types.
Tap Next » to continue.
4.
Install content: If the version you have supports the “Apploader”
option, the Select Content Pack screen will appear.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the content
installation procedure. For more information see 5.2 Installing
content on page 42. Tap Next » to continue.
The Waiting for Removable Drive screen is displayed.
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Attach the source device: Cellebrite TOUCH instructs you to connect
the source device and select the backup folder.
6.
Complete the restore phone content process: Cellebrite TOUCH
copies all of the selected content from the saved backup to the target
phone. When done, the Target Instructions screen appears:
7.
Target instructions : Follow the instructions on the screen to return
the phone to its working mode. When done, the Restore Summary
screen appears.
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3.5. Transfer data to and from SIM/USIM cards
Cellebrite TOUCH enables you to easily transfer backup and restore back-up SIM content.
The SIM card reader is used when you perform a Transfer, Backup or Restore from/to the SIM card (i.e., not from an
actual phone). In this case, the SIM card can be either or both the Source or Target.
To use the Cellebrite TOUCH built-in SIM card reader, verify that the angled edge of the SIM card is on the right, with
the metal SIM card contacts facing down.
To transfer data to and from a Micro or a Nano SIM use the Multi SIM adapter provided in the Cellebrite TOUCH kit.
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3.5.1.
Transferring SIM content
Select SIM as source and
target
Attach source SIM &
read
Select content
Attach target SIM &
write
To transfer SIM content:
1.
Select Transfer: From the main menu, select Transfer.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled
store-agent ID feature, the Select Store Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
The Search Model screen is displayed.
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Select the source: Select SIM Card as the source phone.
3.
Select the target: Select SIM Card (or a vendor and model) as the
target phone. The Waiting for Source Device screen appears:
4.
Attach the source SIM card: Insert the source SIM card into the
Cellebrite TOUCH built-in SIM card reader. Tap Continue». The Select
Content Types screen appears:
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Select which content types to transfer: Only Phonebook data transfer
is enabled. Tap Start » to continue.
Cellebrite TOUCH displays statistics and progress bars as it reads the
source memory.
If the SIM is protected with a PIN, you will need to enter the
PIN during the transfer process.
6.
Attach the target SIM card: When the reading is done the Waiting for
Target Phone screen appears. Insert the target SIM card into the
Cellebrite TOUCH built-in SIM card reader and tap Continue».
Cellebrite TOUCH displays statistics and progress bars as it writes the
data to the card.
When the transfer process is complete, the Transfer Summary screen
appears, displaying statistics of the number of entries that were read
and written to memory.
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3.5.2.
Backing up SIM content
Select and attach SIM source
Select and attach
USB target
Select content
Backup
To backup content from a SIM card:
1.
Select Backup: From the main menu, select Backup.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled store-agent ID feature, the Select Store
Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
The Search Model screen is displayed.
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Select source: Select SIM Card as the source phone. The Waiting for Device screen appears.
3.
Attach the source SIM card: Insert the source SIM card into the built-in SIM card reader. Tap Continue ».
4.
Attach the target drive: Connect the USB mass storage device to the Target USB port and tap Continue » The
Select Content Types screen is displayed.
5.
Select which content types to backup: Only Phonebook data transfer is enabled. Click Start » to start the backup
process. The Backup in Progress screen appears displaying statistical information and progress bars.
6.
Complete the backup process: Cellebrite TOUCH copies all the selected content from the source SIM to the target
location. When the backup process is complete, the Transfer Summary screen appears.
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3.5.3.
Restoring SIM content
Select SIM as target
Select content
Attach and
select source
Attach target
Restore
To restore content to a SIM card:
1.
Select Restore: From the main menu, select Restore.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled store-agent ID feature, the Select Store
Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
The Search Model screen is displayed.
2.
Select target SIM: Select SIM Card as the target phone. The Select Content Types screen is displayed.
3.
Select which content types to restore: Only Phonebook data transfer is enabled. Tap Next » to continue. The
Waiting for Removable Drive screen appears.
4.
Attach source drive: Attach the removable USB drive to the source port and click Continue ». The Select Folder
screen appears.
5.
Select Backup file: Select the folder containing the desired backup file. The Waiting for Device screen appears.
6.
Attach the target SIM card: Insert the target SIM card into the built-in SIM card reader. Click Continue ».Cellebrite
TOUCH copies all the selected content from the backup folder (source drive) to the target SIM. When the restore
process is complete, the Transfer Summary screen appears.
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Chapter 4: Content Wipe
Chapter 4: Content Wipe
4.1. Overview
Cellebrite TOUCH enables secure logical wipe of personal content such as Phone book, SMS’s, MMS’s, Audio and Video
files.
Cellebrite TOUCH Content Wipe module (licensed separately), is the perfect solution for deleting personal content
from your handset prior to handing it over for repair or trade.
Content Wipe can be activated in the following scenarios:
As a standalone operation upon a return of a rental or replacement phone.
At the end of a Buyback operation prior to handing the phone to the broker.
At the end of a Diagnostics operation prior to handing the phone to the repair lab.
At the end of a Transfer operation upon a customer request.
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4.2. Wiping phone content
Select source phone
Attach source phone
Wipe content
Cellebrite TOUCH Content Wipe erases all data and content from the phone. We strongly recommend
performing backup before to save valuable data.
To erase personal content from a phone:
1.
Remove memory card: Remove any portable memory cards from the target phone.
2.
Select Wipe: From the main menu, select Wipe.
If the version you use supports the Enabled store-agent ID feature, the Select Store Agent screen will be
displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
The Search Model screen is displayed.
Select and attach the source phone: Use Autodetect or manually select the vendor and model, and attach the
source phone it to the source port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target phones on page 15.
Tap Continue ». The Phone Wipe Confirmation screen appears:
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3.
Confirm wipe: Make sure the SD card was removed from the phone
and click Continue. The Wipe – Extraction in progress screen appears:
4.
Enable wipe: Follow the instructions on the phone screen to enable
the Wipe process.
5.
Automatic reboot: Depending on the phone operating system, the
phone may shut down and then reboot automatically during the wipe
procedure.
6.
Finish the procedure: When done the Wipe Succeed screen appears.
Click Finish to return to the main menu.
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Chapter 5: Cellebrite Apploader
Chapter 5: Cellebrite Apploader
5.1. Overview
Cellebrite TOUCH Apploader module (licensed separately), is the perfect solution for delivering valuable content and
mobile applications to handsets. Using the Cellebrite TOUCH, media content and applications can be downloaded
directly to the phone without having to fall back on air time.
Cellebrite TOUCH enables content delivery packs to be updated automatically, allowing for dynamic personalization
according to user background, handset type, content type, regions, and more.
Content and Application Delivery offers the following:
Promote content by regions, upload content packages.
Use auto install for transparent process of content uploading.
Replace manufacturer pre-install process.
Install carrier applications.
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5.2. Installing content
Select and attach target phone
Select content to install
Install content
To install content to a phone:
1.
Network connection: Make sure the Cellebrite TOUCH is connected
to the LAN via the Ethernet port or the wireless connection.
2.
Select Apploader: From the main menu, select Apploader.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled
store-agent ID feature, the Select Store Agent screen will be displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
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3.
Select and attach the target phone: Use Autodetect or manually
select the vendor and model, and attach the target phone it to the
target port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target
phones on page 15. Tap Continue ». The Select Content Pack screen
appears:
4.
Select which content to install: Select the desired content
(applications, music, video, packs, coupons etc.) from the list.
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Tap Next » to continue.
5.
Install directly: if the content pack includes content that should be
installed directly from the Cellebrite TOUCH, the Waiting for Phone
screen will appear. Connect the phone and tap Continue».
The Cellebrite TOUCH copies all of the selected content to the target
phone.
6.
7.
Install via SMS: if the content pack includes content that should be
installed from an application store, the Identify phone to Server
screen will be displayed:

Phone number: Using the keyboard, type in the phone number of
the target phone and then tap on Submit».
After a few seconds the phone will receive an SMS message
including a password.

Password: Using the keyboard, type in the password and then
tap on Submit ».

After a few seconds the phone will receive an SMS message
including a link to the download page of the application store.
Finish installation: Follow the instructions on the Cellebrite TOUCH
display and the phone screen to complete the installation. When
done, the Install Summary screen appears.
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Chapter 6: Cellebrite Diagnostics
Chapter 6: Cellebrite Diagnostics
6.1. Overview
Cellebrite’s sophisticated Diagnostic solution (licensed separately), is an easy-to-use, comprehensive system, which
enables the fast identification and resolution of mobile phone faults in-store. This substantially reduces the need to
send NFF (No Fault Found) phones to labs and repair shops, thereby minimizing costs, saving time and improving
customer service by automatically fixing many common problems on the spot.
Cellebrite’s Diagnostics customizable procedure flow was designed to use modular building blocks from the following
categories:
Diagnostics Core –Automatic and targeted test and repair procedures developed for each type of phone (for
example CPU performance test and Flash repair procedure). The diagnostics core procedures cannot be customized.
Diagnostics Policies – Retailer’s maintenance, warranty and billing rules and procedure aimed to implement
the customer policies (for example: should a rooted phone be accepted or not and how much to charge for a
specific test or repair). The diagnostics policies procedures can be customized.
Diagnostics integration –Retailer ERP systems can be accessed to retrieve relevant information such as phone
warranty information and book the phone to repair lab. The diagnostics integration procedures can be customized.
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6.2. Diagnostic tests and repair procedures
Cellebrite TOUCH Diagnostic test and repair procedures list varies according to the selected target phone. New
procedures are added to the test database on a daily basis.
Diagnostic test and repair procedures include:
Phone settings check.
Network coverage, 3G, 2G, LTE, wireless (Wi-Fi and BT) and wired (USB) communication channels connectivity
tests.
Loudspeaker, Gravity sensor, Gyroscope sensor, Accelerometer sensor, Proximity sensor screen, camera, touch
display and etc. functionality tests.
Battery health test: Provides operators with a rapid battery analyzer tool for a broad range of rechargeable cell
phone batteries.
Compare test results to gold values.
Triage to identify No Fault Found (NFF) Vs “send to repair center” (identify software or hardware issue).
Preferred Roaming List (PRL) setting for CDMA phones: Enables the agents in the POS to set a preferred roaming providers list.
On store refurbishing, hard-reset, restore manufacture setting etc. to solve most software issues.
On site Firmware Updating (Flashing): In-store phone firmware updates.
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6.3. Typical diagnostics flow
Cellebrite diagnostic procedure flow and instructions might vary depending on the customer specifications (for
example some retailer work flow does not include diagnostic history review, hardware damages inspection or
automatic preliminary tests). A typical diagnostics procedure flow may include the following building blocks:
Diagnostics Policies – Check hardware damage.
Diagnostics Core –Connect phone.
Diagnostics Policies – Display phone maintenance history.
Diagnostics Integration –Check phone warranty.
Diagnostics Core –Perform Automatic test and display results dashboard.
Diagnostics Core - Offer repair solution.
Diagnostics Policies – Display repair cost, offer backup and update services.
Diagnostics Core - Perform repair solution and retest automatic tests.
Diagnostics Integration –Charge for successful repair or offer new repair procedure upon failure.
Diagnostics Core - Perform repair solution and retest automatic and targeted tests.
Diagnostics Integration –Charge for successful repair or book phone to repair lab upon failure.
Diagnostics Policies – Display and print transaction summary report.
The following section describes a sample diagnostics session. The procedure might vary depending on the retailer’s
specifications.
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6.4. Sample diagnostics session
Select and attach target phone
Run Auto diagnostic test
Review results & Repair
The following section describes a sample diagnostics session. The procedure might vary depending on the Retailer’s
specifications and workflow as well as the selected phone.
To perform diagnostics tests (sample):
1.
Network connection: Make sure the Cellebrite TOUCH is connected to
the LAN via the Ethernet port or the wireless connection.
2.
Select Diagnostics: From the main menu, select Diagnostics.
If the Cellebrite TOUCH version you use supports the Enabled
store-agent ID feature, the Select Source Vendor screen will be
displayed. Enter your Store Agent ID and tap OK.
The Search Model screen appears
3.
Select and attach the target phone: Use Autodetect or manually select
the vendor and model, and attach the target phone it to the target
port. For more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target phones
on page 15. Tap Continue ». The Check Hardware screen appears.
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4.
Check hardware: Check the phone for any hardware damage that
might revoke the warranty.
Tap Yes to book repair and exit diagnostics, or No to continue. The
install Client application screen appears. At the end of the upload
process, the Running tests screen appears and the Welcome to
Diagnostics screen is displayed on the phone screen.
5.
Warranty check: Using the information gathered from the phone logs,
Cellebrite TOUCH checks if the phone under warranty. According to
the company warrant policy tap OK to continue or Cancel to stop the
diagnostics procedure. The Root Test screen will appear.
6.
Root test: Tap OK to check the phone firmware for jail breaking.
According to the company warrant policy tap OK to continue or Cancel
to stop the diagnostics procedure.
7.
Auto testing: At the end of the Auto test procedure, the Auto Test
Dashboard screen appears:
Auto test take up to two minutes.
Auto test includes phone dialing and outgoing calls test procedure.
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Review test results: The auto test dashboard screen displays the test
results grouped into test categories. Phone malfunctions are marked
using the yellow exclamation mark (!) in the relevant category.
9.
Review phone diagnostics history: The Phone Diagnostics History
screen appears allowing you to review the phone diagnostics history
and reveal any information related to the reported problem.
Tap on Details for more information.
10. Review test details: Tap on the desired test category to reveal
information about the entire group of tests in the category. The
following screen displays the detailed test results of the Calls test
category. Note that the failed tests are marked with the exclamation
mark (!).
11. Repair: Click Continue », Cellebrite TOUCH analyses the problem and
suggest the appropriate repair solution as shown in the following
screen. Tap Yes to perform the suggested repair procedure.
At the end of the repair procedure, the automatic test procedure is
lunched and the auto test dashboard screen is displayed. If the original
problem was not fixed, a new repair procedure will be offered or a
suggestion to book the phone to the repair lab.
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12. Perform targeted tests: If you selected a test category that includes
targeted tests, tapping Continue » in the Test Details screen, will
open the Customer Complaint screen.
Note: In some cases the targeted test screen will appear without the
customer complaint screen.
13. Select a diagnostic test: According to the customer’s complaint, select
the required test category.
14. Follow test instructions: Follow the instructions on the screen and
phone display during the test progress.
Some of the diagnostics tests (such as Connectivity test and Power cycling) run automatically and requires
no user intervention. Therefore, no instructions are displayed.
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15. Finish the diagnostics process: When the testing process is complete,
the Recommended Action screen appears displaying the action
needed to resolve the problem.
Tap Yes to run the recommended action or No to reject the
recommendation.
During Flash and Factory reset repair procedures, the Cellebrite
TOUCH automatically backup and restore customer content.
16. Review repair results: To check the repair procedure the diagnostics
auto test runs again and the results are displayed in the dashboard.
17. Repair Failure: If the repair failed, tap on the desired test category to
review the test details and receive new repair solution or offer to
book the device to repair.
18. Repair Success: If the repair was successful, tap Done to end the
diagnostics session. The Summary Report screen appears:
19. Print report: Review the test summary on screen. Tap the Print
button to provide the customer with a hard copy report.
20. Send email: To send the diagnostics report to the customer, tap on
E-mail, type the email address and then tap Continue.
21. When done, follow the Target instructions to return the phone
connection settings.
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Chapter 7: Cellebrite Buy-Back
Chapter 7: Cellebrite Buy-Back
7.1. Overview
Cellebrite TOUCH Buy-Back module (licensed separately), enables the sales and service representative to offer the
customer with a value for an old mobile phone. The offer is activated while the old phone is connected to the
Cellebrite TOUCH, either for upgrading, transferring personal data to a new phone or at the end of a failed diagnostics
process.
The Buy-Back module offers the following:
A user friendly wizard for the phone evaluation and offer process.
Integrated diagnostics procedure to check phone condition.
Real time buying price for the old phone from a second-hand phone broker’s pricing database.
Voucher of the agreed price from the second-hand phone broker.
The evaluating questions and price quotes varies from one broker to another.
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7.2. Offering Buy-Back
Select and attach source
phone
Evaluate phone
Make an offer
Close the deal
To Offer Buy-Back:
1.
Network connection: Make sure the Cellebrite TOUCH is connected
to the LAN via the Ethernet port or the wireless connection.
2.
Select Buy-Back: From the main menu, select Buy-Back to start the
trade in process. The Search Model screen is displayed.
3.
Select and attach the phone: Use Autodetect or manually select the
vendor and model, and attach the phone it to the source port. For
more information see 2.3 Selecting source and target phones on page
15. The Diagnostics Tests in Progress screen appears followed by the
Detected Device screen.
4.
Review the tests results and tap OK to continue. The Physical
Condition Evaluation screen appears:
5.
Evaluate the phone: Inspect the physical condition of the phone and
select the best description from the list.
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6.
Make the offer: Receive a price quote from the broker database and
present it to the customer. The BuyBack Submit screen appears:
7.
Close the deal: If the customer agrees to sell, produce the voucher and
hand it over to the customer. The Wipe Phone screen appears.
8.
Wipe phone content: Follow the instructions on the screen to erase data
and personal content from the phone.
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Chapter 8: Settings
Chapter 8: Settings
8.1. Overview
The Cellebrite TOUCH Settings screens enable the user to customize the default settings, perform manual updates,
view system information and more.
The following sections describe the settings procedures and options according to each settings tab.
To open the settings screen:
1.
From the toolbar menu, Tap on Settings. The Settings screen is
displayed:
2.
Tap on the desired tab to open the relevant screen.
3.
Tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
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8.2. General tab
8.2.1.
Change interface language
Cellebrite TOUCH interface is translated to more than twenty languages. The following procedure describes how to
change the interface language.
To interface language
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1.
From the toolbar menu, tap on Settings. The Settings screen is
displayed.
2.
Tap on the Language button. The Select Language dialog box
appears:
3.
Select the desired languages and then tap on OK to return to the
Settings screen.
4.
Tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
5.
Restart the device.
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8.2.2.
Create custom phone lists
You can create a list of commonly used source and target phones to ease the process of selecting phone vendor and
model.
To create a phone custom list:
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the General tab, tap on the Custom List button. The Custom
List dialog box appears:
3.
In the Custom List dialog, select Source or Target to choose which list
of phones you wish to edit.
4.
Select a phone manufacturer to open a list of available phone models.
5.
Select each phone that you wish to appear in the destination list.
Selected phones will be indicated with a checkmark in the bottom
right corner. To clear a selection, tap on it again.
6.
When you are done selecting phone models of a specific vendor, tap
the Back button. Tap Finish to return to the Settings screen.
7.
Tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
Product upgrades will not impact the custom list settings.
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8.2.3.
Set self service mode
Cellebrite TOUCH can be used as a Self Service station by the customer. Using password activation the self service
mode disables unauthorized access to the settings menu and the exit button and activates a “homing” mechanism that
returns the unit to the Main Menu screen if it is not being used for a set period of time.
To set self service mode:
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1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the General tab, check the Enable Self Service Mode check
box. The password dialog box appears:
3.
Enter your password (default password is 123456), and tap OK.
4.
Enter a new password and tap the Save Password button.
5.
Use the Load user approval from USB or the Load user approval from
web to load a user consent form to be presented before each
transaction.
6.
When done, tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
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8.3. Transfer tab
Cellebrite TOUCH enables you to customize the transfer options to your needs. Transfer options may vary depending
on the customer specifications.
8.3.1.
Transfer options
To change the transfer options:
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the Transfer tab, check the desired option check box:
Enable transaction estimation time: Enables and displays transfer time estimations when selecting content types to transfer.
Allow blocking multimedia files according to its size on transfer/backup: Enables size threshold settings to omit big multimedia files when selecting content types to transfer.
Swap first and last name in phonebook transfer: When transferring phone book replace first and last
name.
Install content after transfer or restore: Offer side load during transfer and restore procedures.
Propose BuyBack after Transfer: Offer Buy-back at the end of a Transfer procedure.
3.
When done, tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
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8.4. Reporting tab
8.4.1.
Cellebrite Analytics reporting
Cellebrite TOUCH automatically reports the transactions to the Cellebrite Data Analytics (CDA) on a predefined
schedule. However you can perform a manual report in case the device was not connected to a network at the time of
last scheduled report.
To perform a manual transactions report:
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu. The Settings screen appears:
2.
Under the Report tab, tap Check Connectivity to start the procedure.
3.
When done, tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
8.4.2.
Store agent ID
According to the customer specifications, each transaction can be
associated to a specific store agent. * Store agent ID is an optional feature.
To add a store agent ID to the transaction report:
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Select Settings from the toolbar menu.
2.
Under the Report tab, check the Enable Store Agent ID and tap OK to
save the changes and exit the Settings screen. The following screen
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will appear after selecting a main menu option.
To erase the store agent ID list:
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu.
2.
Under the Report tab, tap on Clear history and then tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
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Chapter 8: Settings
8.5. Update tab
8.5.1.
Software update
Cellebrite continuously updates its software, providing support for new phones by the various phone vendors. The
update process installs these various updates on your Cellebrite TOUCH device.
You can upgrade your Cellebrite TOUCH by using either of the following two methods:
Automatically - Connect the Cellebrite TOUCH device to your network via the Ethernet port on the back panel
or via a wireless connection. Cellebrite TOUCH will automatically check the Cellebrite website for updates.
Manually - by downloading the upgrade directly from a server, or downloading to an external drive and installing it from there.
NOTE: If the update fails, check to make sure that your network connection is working properly.
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8.5.2. Manual software upgrades
To perform a software update:
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu. The Settings is displayed.
2.
Under the Update tab, tap on Refresh to see of the Software update
server holds an updated version.
3.
If an updated version exists:
Tap Server to install the software update from the server.
Or
Download the software update file on a USB mass storage device,
insert the USB mass storage device into one of the rear panel USB
ports in the back of the device and tap USB.
4.
Select the application package you want to install and then tap Install
Package.
5.
The update process starts. When done, the device will restart
automatically.
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8.5.3.
Installing product license
When using the Cellebrite TOUCH for the first time or following a system recovery, you need to get the operating
license installed.
To install a license
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the Update tab, select the source from where you want to
retrieve the license key.
3.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
8.5.4.
Refresh content
Cellebrite TOUCH automatically checks for content updates on a predefined schedule. However you can perform a
manual update in case the device was not connected to a network at the time the last update was released.
To perform content updates
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1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the Update tab, tap the Refresh Content button. The following
screen appears:
3.
When done, tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
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8.6. Connectivity tab
To enable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity:
1.
Use the Wi-Fi switch on the back panel to enable or disable Wi-Fi and
Bluetooth connectivity.
2.
When Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are enabled, the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
indicators will be lit.
3.
If you prefer a wireless connection, you can configure it to connect
automatically, and then manage wireless connectivity with the Wi-Fi
switch.
To select a Wi-Fi network
1.
Select Settings from the Toolbar menu. The Settings screen is
displayed.
2.
Under the Connectivity tab, tap the Wireless Network button. A list of
the available networks appears:
3.
Select the desired wireless network from the list and tap Connect.
4.
If authentication is needed, use the virtual keyboard to type in the Network password.
5.
When done, tap Close to return to the Settings screen and then tap OK to save the changes and exit.
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Chapter 8: Settings
8.7. Support tab
8.7.1.
Application Logs
The Application Logs are used to save operating information onto a set of files that can be used by Cellebrite support
personal to troubleshoot a faulty device.
To save application log files
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1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Insert a USB mass storage device into one of the rear panel USB ports
in the back of the device.
3.
Under the Support tab, tap the Save Logs button. When done, the
following screen appears:
4.
Tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen. Remove the
USB mass storage device and send the log files via Email to Cellebrite
support.
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8.7.2.
Transaction Logs
The Transaction Logs are used to save detailed information of one transaction onto a set of files that can be used by
Cellebrite support personal to troubleshoot a suspected faulty transaction (Transfer, Backup, Restore, etc.). The
Transaction log must be activated prior to performing the transaction.
To save transaction log files
1.
Select Settings from the toolbar menu to open the Settings screen.
2.
Under the Support tab, tap the Activate button. The Support Logs
Activated screen appears.
3.
Insert a USB mass storage device into one of the rear panel USB ports
in the back of the device. Tap OK to approve the activation and return
to the settings tab.
4.
Tap OK to save the changes and exit the Settings screen.
5.
Perform the transaction you wish to log. When done, remove the USB mass storage device and send the log files
via Email to Cellebrite support.
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8.8. About tab
8.8.1.
System & version information
The About tab enables you to view important system information including the version and build numbers of the
installed software, the region that the device is associated to, the serial number of the device as well as a list of the
supported phone models.
To view system information & version:
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1.
Select Settings from the Toolbar menu, the Settings screen appears.
2.
From the Settings screen, select the About tab. The following screen
appears:
3.
When done, tap OK to exit the Settings screen.
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Appendix A: Data Access Application
Appendix A: Data Access Application
When transferring data from or to legacy Smartphones and Tablets, you may be instructed to manually upload a client
application that enables access to the phone memory. During this process, Cellebrite TOUCH will always guide you with
prompts and instructions.
To upload client application manually:
1.
Phone settings: Before you start, ensure that the phone’s date is set correctly.
2.
Client upload: Upload the client installation file to the phone.
Symbian-based phones require that you set Software Installation to "All" and Online Certificate Check to
"Off". These Settings are typically found under MenuKey/Settings/Phone Settings/Applications/App Manager. During the client upload, you will need to select “PC Suite” before continuing.
3.
Install client prompt: Follow the instructions on the Cellebrite TOUCH display to start the client installation on the
phone.
4.
Install the Cellebrite Phonebook exchanger: Using the phone’s menu, navigate to the installation file that was just
uploaded, and run it. The exact menu path appears on the touch screen, for reference.
5.
Run the client: Run the client application. You can identify it by the
icon.
After completing the entire transfer/backup/restore process, you can uninstall the client from the phone.
To do this, use the phone’s application manager.
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Appendix B: System Recovery
Appendix B: System Recovery
The Cellebrite TOUCH built in recovery feature, provides the users with the ability to quickly and simply recover the
operating system back to factory settings in the event of fatal OS error or critical application failure.
To recover the system:
1.
Using the stylus pointing phone, tap the Reset button located on the rear panel of the Cellebrite TOUCH device.
2.
The device reboots and a black screen appears displaying the following message: “Press the UP button to boot into
recovery mode”. Press the UP button immediately after the message appears.
3.
The following message appears: “Windows is loading files” followed by a progress bar. When the loading is
finished, the TOUCH Recovery screen appears:
4.
Tap OK to continue with the recovery process.
The Recovery in Progress screen appears:
The recovery process takes about 10 minutes - Do not disconnect the
device during the recovery process.
Note the doted progress bar indicating that the system is working
properly.
When done, the system displays the message “Restore complete. The
device will now reboot” followed by “Please wait while the operating system prepares to start for the first time.
Do not shutdown or remove the power source during this setup, please wait several minutes until the device will
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restart automatically”.
5.
The device reboots twice and the Cellebrite TOUCH application will be lunched shortly thereafter followed by a
Software License notification.
6.
Select the desired source (Web or USB mass storage device) to retrieve the license file.
Since the device returns to factory settings, license and version update information, as well as, local
setting such as: Backup folder, Store association and Interface language are deleted.
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HEADQUARTERS
Cellebrite Ltd.
94 Em Hamoshavot St.
Petah Tikva 49130,
Israel
Tel:
+972 3 926 0900
Fax: +972 3 924 7104
USA
Cellebrite USA Inc.
7 Campus Drive, Suite 210
Parsippany, NJ 07054
USA
Tel:
+1 201 848 8552
Fax: +1 201 848 9982
GERMANY
Cellebrite GmbH
Am Hoppenhof 32a
33104 Paderborn
Germany
Tel:
+49 52 51 54 64 90
Fax: +49 52 51 54 64 49
APAC
Cellebrite APAC PTE Ltd.
150 Beach Road
#08-05 Gateway West
Singapore 189720
Tel:
+65 6438 6240
Fax: +65 6438 6280
LATAM
Cellebrite Ltfa.
Av Nacoes Unidas 14.171,
Marble Tower, Suite 1525
São Paulo, SP
Brazil 04794-000
Tel:
+55 11 3568-2320
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