UFED Touch User Manual January 2015 ENGLISH

UFED Touch User Manual January 2015 ENGLISH
UFED Touch
User Manual
January 2015
Legal Notices
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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 UFED Touch.
 No part of this content may be used for any other purpose, disclosed to any person or firm, or reproduced
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 The text and graphics are for the purpose of illustration and reference only. The specifications on which
they are based are subject to change without notice.
 Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Corporate and individual names and
data used in examples herein are Fictitious unless otherwise noted.
WARNING: UFED Touch should be used only with the dedicated AC/DC adapter supplied with this
device.
WARNING: USB, Ethernet, target and source connectors should be connected only to CE approved
devices (according to IEC/EN 60065 standard).
WARNING: Make sure that all external connections to other devices (except for the power adapter) are
only indoor and SELV (safety extra low voltage, and do not exceed 42.4 V peak or 60 V DC).
FCC WARNING: 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
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation
2.5. Right panel ............................................................................ 27
Contents
2.6. Bottom Panel ....................................................................... 28
Chapter 3: Getting started ................................. 31
Chapter 1: Introduction ......................................... 9
3.1. Turning the UFED Touch Unit On or Off ............. 31
1.1. Overview.................................................................................... 9
3.2. Working with UFED Touch .......................................... 33
3.2.1. Starting the UFED Touch application
manually ...................................................................................... 33
3.2.2. Home screen................................................................ 33
3.2.3. Detect automatically............................................... 36
3.2.4. Search function .......................................................... 39
3.2.5. Manual selection ....................................................... 41
3.2.6. Application taskbar .................................................. 44
3.2.7. Virtual keyboard ......................................................... 46
1.2. UFED Touch extraction types and device
tools .....................................................................................................12
1.3. UFED Touch accessories ................................................15
1.3.1. Using cables and tips...............................................16
1.4. Supported devices ............................................................19
1.5. Cellebrite YouTube channel ........................................19
Chapter 2: Orientation to the UFED Touch
unit ............................................................................... 21
3.3. Waking up from sleep mode ..................................... 48
2.1. Top view ..................................................................................21
3.4. Charging the battery ....................................................... 48
2.2. Front panel .............................................................................24
2.3. Back panel...............................................................................25
3.5. Enabling wireless and Bluetooth
communication........................................................................... 49
2.4. Left panel ................................................................................26
Chapter 4: Using UFED Touch .......................... 51
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Chapter 5: Extracting Data to PC .................... 55
8.3. Android backup.................................................................. 98
Chapter 6: Logical extraction ........................... 63
Chapter 9: Physical extraction ....................... 105
6.1. Performing logical extraction .....................................64
6.1.1. Connect mobile device ..........................................65
6.1.2. Select phone memory ............................................66
6.1.3. Select extraction location .....................................67
6.1.4. Select content types ................................................68
6.1.5. Extraction in progress..............................................72
6.1.6. The extracted data folder......................................78
9.1. Performing a physical extraction ...........................105
Chapter 7: Password extraction ...................... 79
7.1. Performing password extraction ..............................79
9.2. The Physical Extraction folder..................................113
Chapter 10: Capture images and
screenshots ............................................................. 115
10.1. The UFED camera .........................................................115
10.1.1. Contents ....................................................................116
10.2. Capturing images .........................................................116
10.3. Capturing screenshots ..............................................127
7.2. The extracted passwords folder ................................85
Chapter 11: SIM card functionality .............. 133
7.3. Disabling the password..................................................86
11.1. SIM data extraction......................................................133
11.1.1. Performing SIM data extraction...................133
11.1.2. The extracted SIM data folder ......................143
Chapter 8: File system extraction ................... 91
8.1. Performing a file system extraction ........................91
8.2. The file system extraction folder...............................97
11.2. Clone SIM...........................................................................144
11.2.1. Cloning an existing SIM card ID ..................145
11.2.2. Entering SIM data manually ...........................152
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11.2.3. Creating a GSM test SIM................................... 161
Chapter 12: Device tools .................................. 165
12.1. Bluetooth Scan............................................................... 167
12.2. Switch to CDMA offline mode ............................. 170
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13.3. System settings ..............................................................194
13.4. License settings .............................................................196
13.5. Version details.................................................................200
13.5.1. Updates and versions ........................................201
12.3. Test peek/poke functionality ................................ 172
13.6. Users permissions.........................................................202
13.6.1. Permission management ................................204
12.4. Activate TomTom trip log ....................................... 174
13.7. Network ..............................................................................212
12.5. Uninstall Windows Mobile Client ....................... 174
12.6. Uninstall Android client ............................................ 175
12.7. Exit Odin mode .............................................................. 175
Chapter 13: Settings ........................................... 177
13.1. General settings ............................................................ 178
13.1.1. Managing the custom list ............................... 179
13.1.2. Changing the application interface
language ................................................................................... 183
13.1.3. Mobile extraction client ................................... 187
13.2. Report settings ............................................................... 188
13.2.1. Managing report fields ..................................... 191
Chapter 14: Special cables ............................... 213
14.1. Device power-up cable ............................................213
Chapter 15: Technical specifications .......... 215
15.1. General specifications................................................215
15.2. Battery .................................................................................216
15.3. Power supply ..................................................................216
15.4. I/O interfaces ...................................................................217
15.5. Dimensions and weights .........................................217
15.6. Temperature ....................................................................218
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15.7. Regulatory compliance............................................. 219
Chapter 16: Extracting Android devices ... 221
16.1. Android extraction methods ................................. 221
16.1.1. Android debugging bridge method........ 222
16.1.2. Bootloader extraction ........................................ 225
16.2. Performing a file system extraction for an
Android device .......................................................................... 226
16.2.1. Locked Motorola devices ................................ 226
16.2.2. Locked HTC, Huawei, and ZTE devices ... 227
16.2.3. Other locked devices ......................................... 228
16.2.4. Unlocked devices ................................................. 229
16.3. Technical terms ............................................................. 230
Chapter 17: Appendix ........................................ 231
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Chapter 1: Introduction
UFED Touch is a new generation handheld unit that empowers law enforcement, military,
intelligence, corporate security, and e-discovery personnel to capture critical forensic evidence from
all mobile devices. This includes mobile phones, handheld tablets, portable GPS devices, and devices
manufactured with Chinese chipsets. With an intuitive touch-screen interface and an integrated
battery, UFED Touch is portable, easy to operate, and can be used in the forensic lab and field.
1.1. Overview
UFED Touch enables you to:
 Perform physical, file system, and logical extraction of device data and passwords. Capabilities may
vary, based on the UFED Touch product purchased - UFED Touch Logical or UFED Touch Ultimate.
 Extract vital data such as call logs, phonebook entries, text messages (SMS), pictures, videos, audio
files, ESN IMEI, ICCID and IMSI information and more, from a wide range of mobile devices.
 Extract data from the widest selection of operating systems, such as Apple iOS, Blackberry, Android,
Symbian, Microsoft Mobile, and Palm OS.
 Clone the SIM ID, which allows you to extract phone data while preventing the mobile device from
connecting to the network. It can also help if the SIM card is missing.
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 Extract the data from a mobile device either by a cable based connection (serial or USB) or a
Bluetooth wireless connection. The tips and cable kit consists of four master cables and various
tips.
The extracted data can be saved to any standard USB mass storage drive, SD card, or PC, and then
generated in the form of clear and concise reports.
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industry expertise provides reliability and ease-of-use, and ensures the broadest support
for mobile devices, including updates for newly released models before they are available to the
market.
Figure 1: UFED Touch unit
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1.2. UFED Touch extraction types and device tools
UFED Touch includes a range of data extraction types that can be accessed through the Select
Extraction Type screen.
NOTE: The available extraction functionalities may vary, based on the type of product purchased; the
UFED Touch Logical or the UFED Touch Ultimate product.
Table ‎1-1: Functionalities of the UFED Touch products
Functionality
Logical Extraction
UFED Touch Logical
Yes
UFED Touch Ultimate
Yes
SIM Data Extraction
Yes
Yes
Password Extraction
Yes
Yes
Clone SIM
Yes
Yes
File System Extraction
Not available
Yes
Physical Extraction
Not available
Yes
Capture Images/Screenshots
Optional
Yes
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The extraction types are:
 Logical extraction (page 63)
Logical Extraction enables the extraction of various data types. This includes call logs, phonebook
entries, SMS text messages, MMS, emails, calendar events, multimedia files (images, videos, and so
on), and more.
 SIM data extraction (page 79)
Sim Data Extraction enables the extraction of information from a SIM or USIM card to a removable
storage device or PC.
 File system extraction (page 91)
File System Extraction enables a full system extraction of a source mobile device's memory.
 Password extraction (page 79)
Password Extraction enables the extraction of passwords from a source mobile device and
displayed directly in the Password Obtained screen, or saved.
 Clone SIM (page 144)
Clone SIM ID copies a SIM ID from one SIM card to another SIM or to a UFED SIM ID Access Card.
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 Physical extraction (page 165)
Physical Extraction uses advanced methods in order to extract a physical bit-for-bit image of the
flash memory of a mobile device, including unallocated space. Unlike conventional logical
extracts data from the phone's internal flash memory directly. Unallocated space may contain
deleted items such as SMS, call logs, phonebook entries, pictures, and videos.
 Capture images and screenshots (page 115)
Capture images and screenshots using the UFED camera to take pictures (or videos) of a device,
or capture internal screenshots directly from the connected device.
All types of extractions can be performed to a removable storage device or PC. The Device tools
(page 165) menu tab is also located in the Select Extraction Type screen, and includes:
 Bluetooth scan
 Switch to CDMA offline mode
 Odin mode
 Test Peek/ Poke functionality
 Activate TomTom trip log
 Uninstall Windows Mobile Client
 Uninstall Android Client
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1.3. UFED Touch accessories
The UFED Touch kit includes connection cables and tips. These are used in order to connect mobile
devices to UFED Touch.
Figure 2: UFED Touch Cables and tips
The UFED Touch Ultimate kit contains tips and cables for logical, file system, and physical extractions.
The UFED Logical kit contains tips and cables for Logical Extraction only.
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1.3.1. Using cables and tips
The cables and tips set includes up to various adapter cables (the number of cables depends on the
UFED product and kit purchased). Each cable has a letter and name for example: A Adapter USB.
Figure 3: Single cable
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For easy recognition, the tips are color coded and numbered; the color represents the vendor.
Figure 4: UFED Touch tip (example)
Before each extraction, the required cable and tip number and color is specified in the Source area of
the Select Content Types screen.
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Figure 5: Enlargement of notification
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1.4. Supported devices
To find out which mobile devices are supported in UFED Touch and which data extraction capabilities
are available for every mobile device use one of the following:
1) The UFED <version no> Supported Phone List file is delivered with every UFED software version
update. The Microsoft Excel file contains two worksheets:
The UFED Logical sheet lists the mobile devices supported for logical extraction.
The UFED Physical sheet lists the mobile devices supported for physical, file system, and password
extractions.
2) UFED Phone Detective (devices supported for logical extraction only).
3) On Cellebrite's website:
http://www.cellebrite.com/mobile-forensics/support/ufed-supported-devices
1.5. Cellebrite YouTube channel
For your convenience, a selection of useful videos demonstrating typical workflows and common
procedures are available at youtube.com/cellebriteufed.
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Chapter 2: Orientation to the UFED Touch unit
This section describes the layout and components of the UFED Touch unit.
2.1. Top view
Access the UFED Touch application through the UFED Touch screen. Navigate the application using a
stylus or your index finger. The screen can be tilted into position as desired.
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The following components can be found in the top panel:
Figure 6: UFED Touch top view
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The LED indicator panel displays the following:
Figure 7: Top panel LED indicators
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2.2. Front panel
The SIM card slot is located in the front panel of the UFED Touch unit.
Figure 8: UFED Touch front panel
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2.3. Back panel
The back panel of the UFED Touch unit includes multiple ports and a security slot. The ports are
protected by a cover.
To gain access to the back panel, flip the cover open. The cover is hinged to the unit.
The back panel includes the following components:
Figure 9: UFED Touch back panel
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2.4. Left panel
The left (source) panel of the UFED Touch unit includes the following components:
Figure 10: UFED Touch left panel
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2.5. Right panel
The right (target) panel of the UFED Touch unit includes the following components:
Figure 11: UFED Touch right panel
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2.6. Bottom Panel
Access to the unit's battery is through the bottom panel. This panel is covered by a protective cover
which includes a carry handle and brackets. The handle, brackets, and protective cover must be
removed in order to reach the battery housing.
The bottom panel includes the following components:
Figure 12: UFED Touch bottom panel
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The handle strap and brackets must be removed in order to remove the protective cover. The brackets
are attached to the UFED Touch unit with four Phillip screws.
Remove the protective covering to access the battery storage area of the UFED Touch unit.
Figure 13: UFED Touch bottom panel with protective covering removed
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Chapter 3: Getting started
3.1. Turning the UFED Touch Unit On or Off
The On/off switch of the UFED Touch unit is located on the right (target) panel.
Figure 14: Device right panel
On/Off switch
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To turn the UFED Touch unit on:
1) Push the power switch located on the right panel of the device to the On position.
The LED power indicator lights up and the startup sequence begins.
Figure 15: Power indicator
During the startup sequence:
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The operating system (Microsoft® Windows® XP) launches automatically.
The UFED Touch application launches automatically.
To turn the UFED Touch unit off:
NOTE: Turning off the UFED Touch unit is similar to the standard process of turning a Windows based
computer off.
2) Close the UFED Touch application.
3) Select Start > Turn Off Computer > Turn Off.
To perform an immediate shut down, pull the power switch to the left and hold it until the device
powers down.
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3.2. Working with UFED Touch
3.2.1. Starting the UFED Touch application manually
When you turn on the UFED Touch unit, the UFED Touch application is launched automatically. If the
application does not launch automatically or if you had to previously quit, use one of the following to
launch the application:
 Tap the UFED Touch application shortcut located in the UFED shortcuts panel at the right of the
screen.
 Double-tap the UFED Touch icon located on the desktop.
3.2.2. Home screen
The home screen groups the extraction data into distinct areas: mobile device, SIM card and USB
device. In addition, users can directly operate the camera for immediate image capturing or access the
device tools. All extraction functionality is driven by automatic identification of the device, by
searching for the device or by manually selecting the vendor and model. UFED determines what
functions are available for the specific device and displays the relevant functions.
The home screen is displayed next.
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To extract data from a device:
 Select Extract from Mobile Device.
The following window appears.
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3.2.3. Detect automatically
To use the Autodetect function to locate the mobile device:
1) Connect the mobile device to the UFED Touch unit.
2) Tap the device.
3) In the event that the device has not been connected, a waiting for a device to be connected
prompt appears with a red Source arrow
flashing on the left side of the screen.
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4) If the connected device cannot be recognized by the system, a message prompts you to try the
following steps or click Find device manually.
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In the event that multiple matches are found, the following screen appears.
5) Select the relevant device.
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3.2.4. Search function
To search for the mobile device:
1) Tap the keyboard
icon in the top toolbar to activate the device keyboard. Begin typing
the search for device box. As you type each letter, the list of devices is reduced to meet the criteria.
In this example "sa" is the search criteria, and the devices that match the criteria are displayed.
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2) Select the device model type from the list.
Having selected the device, UFED Touch will determine what extraction functions are available for
this combination and present those functions as follows:
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3.2.5. Manual selection
To manually select the vendor and model:
1) Click Extract from Mobile Device and then click Manual Selection.
The Select Vendor screen appears where the vendor of the device is chosen.
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2) After choosing the Vendor, the application presents the Select Model screen where the specific
model of the device is chosen:
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Having chosen the Vendor and the Model, UFED Touch will determine what extraction functions are
available for this combination and present those functions.
The possible extractions are:
 Logical extraction (page 63)
Logical Extraction enables the extraction of various data types. This includes call logs, phonebook
entries, SMS text messages, MMS, emails, calendar events, multimedia files (images, videos, and so
on), and more.
 Password extraction (page 79)
 File system extraction (page 91)
 Physical extraction (page 165)
 Capture images and screenshots (page 115)
There is also the option to use Device Tools or SIM Card functionality.
 Device tools (page 165)
 Clone SIM (page 144) and SIM data extraction (page 79)
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3.2.6. Application taskbar
The application taskbar is located at the top of the touch screen.
Figure 16: Application taskbar
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Table ‎3-1: Application taskbar icons and descriptions
Icon
Description
Wireless network connection (
= Disconnected,
= Connected)
Show/Hide the virtual keyboard
Return to home screen
Display the Settings (page 177) screen from where the device settings can be defined.
Quit the application
Video tutorials
NOTE: When UFED Touch is connected to the Internet, you will receive an automatic
notification to install the video tutorials. You can also install the video tutorials manually by
downloading the media package from MyCellebrite and then install it via the Version tab
(Settings > Version > File).
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Description
Battery indicator
3.2.7. Virtual keyboard
The virtual keyboard allows you to type text whenever needed.
Figure 17: Virtual keyboard
 To show the virtual keyboard, tap the keyboard icon in the application taskbar.
 To hide the virtual keyboard, tap the
icon in the top right corner of keyboard panel.
NOTE: The virtual keyboard is not limited for use in the UFED Touch application. It can be accessed by
tapping the keyboard icon in the UFED shortcuts panel at the right of the screen.
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Table ‎3-2: Virtual keyboard icons and descriptions
Icon
Key Function
Switch to numbers and symbols mode
Switch to letters mode (from numbers and symbols mode
Create a new line
Delete the last character
Switch between the keyboard layouts of supported languages
Activate CAPS LOCK
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NOTE: Any external USB keyboard can be connected to a USB port in the back panel, or a Bluetooth
keyboard paired with the Bluetooth interface of the device.
3.3. Waking up from sleep mode
The UFED Touch unit enters sleep mode after being idle for 20 minutes in order to reduce power
consumption.
To wake the unit up:
 Press any of the navigation buttons on the top of the unit.
3.4. Charging the battery
To charge the UFED Touch battery, connect the supplied power adapter to the power supply jack on
the right (target) panel of the device.
The battery indicator is located within the LED panel and lights up when the power adapter is
connected and displays one of the following color indications:
 Orange - battery is charging
 Green - battery is fully charged
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3.5. Enabling wireless and Bluetooth communication
The UFED Touch unit is equipped with integrated wireless and Bluetooth communication interfaces,
configurable in the operating system Device Manager list, and can be used to connect UFED Touch to
standard WLAN networks and Bluetooth-enabled devices using the standard WLAN and Bluetooth
features of the operating system.
NOTE: For information regarding the use of Wiwireless features, contact your IT manager or system administrator.
When using the wireless interfaces when the device is in battery operation mode increases battery
power consumption, resulting in a shorter operation time. When the wireless interfaces are disabled,
the WLAN and Bluetooth interfaces are turned off and cannot be turned on or used by the operating
system, thus saving battery power.
To enable or disable the wireless interfaces:
 Turn the Wi-Fi switch, located in the back panel of the UFED Touch unit, to ON or OFF.
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Chapter 4: Using UFED Touch
Before you can use the UFED Touch unit, you need to activate the license from your MyCellebrite
account.
To use UFED Touch:
1) Power on the UFED Touch unit. The Cellebrite product license window appears.
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2) On a computer, log in to your account at my.cellebrite.com.
(If you don't have an account, click Register now, create a user, and then log in to your account.)
The following window appears.
3) Click Add Device. The Add Device window appears.
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4) Enter the UFED Touch Serial Number (Serial) and Device ID (UFED ID) as they appear in the
Cellebrite product license window.
5) Click Add Device. The UFED Touch unit is now displayed in the Active Products area.
NOTE: You can use the filter devices search box to search for the UFED Touch unit.
6) Select the UFED Touch unit, and click Retrieve License (or click
License). The License Retrieval widow appears.
and then click Retrieve
7) Click Retrieve License to download your license key. The license key will also be sent to your
registered MyCellebrite email address.
8) Copy the license.dat file to the root directory of a USB flash drive.
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9) At the back of the UFED Touch unit, flip the cover open to gain access to the back panel.
10) Insert the USB drive into the USB EXT 1 or EXT 2 port.
11) On the UFED Touch unit, in the Cellebrite product license window, tap Load from USB and follow
the instructions on the unit.
NOTE: UFED Touch is designed to enter sleep mode after being idle for 20 minutes to reduce
power consumption. You can resume working by pressing any of the navigation buttons
on the unit.
Congratulations, your UFED Touch unit is now ready!
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Chapter 5: Extracting Data to PC
NOTE: Extraction to a PC with Windows Vista Operating System is not supported.
1)
Do one of the following:
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Connect the UFED unit to your PC using a USB to mini-USB cable, utilizing the port marked
.
Connect your UFED unit to your PC using the UFED to PC cable (U-441) provided in the UFED
Standard and ruggedized kits. Your PC may prompt you to install drivers.
Figure 18: UFED to PC cable
2) Connect the source device, using the appropriate cable, to the Target USB port of the UFED unit.
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3) On the UFED unit, select Extract from Mobile device and identify the device, then tap Physical
Extraction or File System Extraction.
4) On the PC, click Start > UFED Physical Analyzer to open the UFED Physical Analyzer.
The UFED Physical Analyzer application starts.
5) Click the Read Data from UFED icon
The UFED Downloader window appears.
in the application toolbar.
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6) In the Download path area, click
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and browse to the desired location for the extraction.
Tip: Click Open Target Folder to display the content of the selected target folder.
7) On the UFED Touch unit, in the Select Extract Location screen, select PC.
8) Follow the prompts in the UFED Touch unit until prompted to start the download procedure.
9) On the PC, in UFED Physical Analyzer, click Start in the UFED Downloader window.
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The data transfer from the device to the PC starts.
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During the extraction process, the Extraction in Progress screen appears on the UFED unit:
On the UFED unit, you are prompted to select the types of multimedia to include in the extraction:
10) Make sure that the media types that you want to include in the extraction are marked with
cancel the extraction of a particular multimedia type, click
on the multimedia name.
11) Click OK.
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The extraction process continues. When complete, the Extraction Summary screen appears on the
UFED Touch unit.
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On the PC in UFED Physical Analyzer, the following message appears:
12) Click Yes.
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The extraction opens in UFED Physical Analyzer and the Extraction Summary screen is displayed.
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Chapter 6: Logical extraction
The Logical Extraction function enables you to extract various types of data, such as call logs,
phonebook records, SMS text messages, calendar events, and multimedia files (images, videos, etc.)
from a source device and saved to your PC or to a removable storage device, as desired.
In addition, data can be extracted from many Android and iOS apps. For an updated list of supported
apps and versions for each platform, refer to the Decoding Android Apps and Decoding iOS Apps
documents in MyCellebrite or from the Help > Supported Apps menu in UFED Physical/Logical
Analyzer. Data extracted from these apps can be analyzed using UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer
(although the data is not included in UFED HTML and XML reports).
NOTE: The available types of extracted data may vary depending on the source device manufacturer
and model. The supported data types are listed in the UFED Phone Detective or within the
UFED Supported Phone List Microsoft Excel file.
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6.1. Performing logical extraction
To perform a logical extraction from a mobile device:
 Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap Logical Extraction.
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6.1.1. Connect mobile device
NOTE: The following screen appears only when more than one connection option is available.
NOTE: For Apple devices use the generic option that is available in the Model selection screen.
 Select the connection type from the options shown.
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6.1.2. Select phone memory
Data can be extracted from the device memory, memory cards and SIM memory of the device. All
memories can be selected or only one. The types of memories can vary between devices. Where only
a single memory is available, this screen is not displayed.
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To select the phone memory:
1) The Phone memory selection box is selected by default. It can be deselected if desired.
2) Select any other memories, as desired.
3) Tap Next to continue.
The Select extraction location screen appears.
6.1.3. Select extraction location
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NOTE: The UFED Physical Analyzer Application must be installed on the PC before the PC option
can be selected. See Extracting Data to PC (page 55).
To select a target location:
1) In the Select Extract Location screen, select the desired target location.


Select Removable Drive to extract the device data to a USB Flash drive connected to the
UFED Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader
(on the back panel).
Select PC to extract the information directly to the PC.
The Select Content Types screen appears.
6.1.4. Select content types
Multiple content types are listed. The types are displayed in three different ways:
 Types selected by default shown with a check mark.
 Types available for selection shown without check marks.
 Types not available shown as dimmed.
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To select content types:
1) Select the additional content types required to be included in the information extracted from this
device.
2) Tap Select All to select all the available types.
NOTE: Only content types that are supported by the selected device are enabled for selection.
Unsupported content types appear with a cross.
3) Tap Next to continue.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
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4) Connect the source device to the USB port on the unit. If the device is already connected,
disconnect and then reconnect the device.
5) Tap Continue.
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6.1.5. Extraction in progress
During the extraction process, the progress bar for the Source and then the Target is active.
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When the extraction is complete and if required, the Source Instructions screen appears (this
depends on the device model).
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6) Follow the instructions to return the mobile device settings to the correct settings.
7) Tap OK.
The Phone Extraction Summary screen appears.
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8) Tap the required button.
To view an HTML preview report that includes information about the device and the
extraction.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
Examples of a preview report and the additional extraction type screens are show next.
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6.1.6. The extracted data folder
At the end of the data extraction process, the extracted data is saved in the location you selected.
NOTE: The extracted data folder is named "UFED" with the selected device name, the IMEI/MEID info.
and the extraction date. For example, "UFED Samsung GSM GT-i9205 Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
2014_11_10 (0001)"
The extracted data folder contains:
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Multimedia files folders named Audio, Images, Ringtones, and Video folders, containing each
of the respective type of media files.
Phone extraction report files in HTML and XML formats. (One HTML report per content type)
UFED Manager files of the extracted calls log (*.clog), phonebook (*.pbb), SMS messages
(*.sms), and calendar (*.cal) Email(*.Email), MMS(*.MMS) and IM(*.IM) data.
UFD file.
NOTE: UFED Manager files are generated only for data types that contain items.
The XML file can be viewed by both the UFED Logical Analyzer and the UFED Physical Analyzer.
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Chapter 7: Password extraction
The Extract Password function can extract the password from a device.
7.1. Performing password extraction
To extract passwords from a mobile device:
1) Click Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap Password Extraction.
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2) The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
3) In Select Extract Location, select the desired location.
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Select Display Only to display the extracted passwords on the UFED Touch display without
saving them to any media.
Select Removable Drive to save the extracted passwords to a USB drive connected to the
UFED Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader
(on the back panel).
Select PC to save the extracted passwords to the PC.
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The Waiting for Device screens appears.
4) Connect the source device.
5) Tap Continue.
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The Extraction in Progress screen appears.
At the end of the extraction process, the extracted passwords are displayed in the Passwords
screen.
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6) Tap Continue to display a summary of the passwords extraction process.
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7) Tap the required button.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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7.2. The extracted passwords folder
At the end of the passwords extraction process, the extracted passwords are saved to a text file
named Passwords.txt at the location you selected during the data extraction process.
NOTE: The text file is located inside a folder named "Password" with the name of the selected device
name and the extraction date. For example, "Passwords Iden i9 2011_06_11 (001)"
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7.3. Disabling the password
You can disable the password for particular devices. For example:
SamsungCDMA
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
SPH-M820 Galaxy Prevail (Android)
SGH-T499 Dart (Android)
SGH-T589 Gravity Smart (Android)
SGH-i857 Doubletime (Android)
GT-i5500 Europa Galaxy 5 (Android)
GT-i5510 Galaxy (Android)
GT-S5570 Galaxy Mini (Android)
SamsungGSM
GT-S5660 Galaxy Gio (Android)
SamsungGSM
SamsungGSM
GT-S5670L (Android)
GT-S5830 Ace (Android)
For a complete list of supported devices, refer to
http://www.cellebrite.com/mobile-forensics/support/ufed-supported-devices
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When you disable the password for these models using UFED Touch, UFED Touch disables the code
that enables the password.
Each device model has a slightly different process, depending on the phone lock combination and
how the model connects to UFED Touch.
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap Password Removal.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
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2) Follow the instructions for the device and then tap Continue.
NOTE: If the device does not unlock, click Abort, and repeat the procedure. Make sure you are
using the correct USB cable.
The following screen appears.
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3) Tap Continue and follow any on-screen instructions.
The following the screens appears.
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4) Tap Continue.
The following screen appears.
5) Tap Finish.
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Chapter 8: File system extraction
The File System Extraction function enables you to perform a full system extraction from a device to a
removable storage device or PC.
8.1. Performing a file system extraction
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap File System Extraction.
The Select Mode screen appears.
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
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2) Select ADB (for Android Backup, see Android backup (page 98.)
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
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3) Select a location.
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The Waiting for Device screen appears.
4) Select the correct cable and tip for the mobile device based on the information written in the
screen.
5) Change the device settings according to the instructions
6) Connect the device to the UFED Touch SOURCE port. A red source arrow
the left of the screen until the device is connected.
continues to flash on
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7) Tap Continue.
The Extraction in Progress screen appears.
During the extraction process, the progress bar for the Source and then the Target is active.
NOTE: For QCP and Samsung MTK devices, an estimation of the time the extraction will take is
displayed.
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When extraction is complete the File System Extraction Summary screen appears.
8) Tap the required button.
To open the extraction in UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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8.2. The file system extraction folder
At the end of the file system extraction process, the extracted data is saved in the location you
selected previously (see Performing a File System Extraction ).
NOTE: The extracted data folder is named "FileSystemDump" with the selected device model and
name and the extraction operation date. For example, "FileSystemDump Nokia GSM Nokia
2626 2014_03_12 (001)"
The extracted data folder contains:
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Zipped archive of the device file system containing files and folders in the same structure
they were extracted.
UFD file containing the system extraction information, used by the UFED Physical Analyzer
application.
PM file.
The File System extraction can be viewed using the UFED Physical Analyzer.
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8.3. Android backup
The Android Backup feature communicates with a connected Android device and enables you to
characteristics. Android backup supports Android devices with version 4.1 and later.
Android Backup may provide less data then other methods, therefore, you should use this feature
when other file system methods such as ADB are not successful, or when other file system methods
are not available for the device (for example, if the android version is not supported).
There are two extraction methods:
 No Shared: Extracts all the applications (native and non-native) that reside on the device.
 With Shared: Extracts all the applications (native and non-native) that reside on the device plus
os, etc.). This
method takes additional time for the extraction. If this method is not successful you should try the
No Shared method.
To extract data using Android backup:
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then click File System Extraction.
The following screen appears.
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2) Tap Android Backup.
A message appears to indicate that Android backup mode extracts the data according to the
3) Tap Continue.
4) Select the target path.
The waiting for Device screen appears.
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5) Tap Continue, and then select Backup my data on the device.
The following screen appears.
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The following screen appears.
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6) Tap No if you do not want to try extract data from a shared location. Tap Yes if you want to try
extract information from a shared location.
The following screen appears.
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7) Follow the instructions and Tap OK.
When the extraction is complete the File System Extraction Summary screen appears.
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8) Tap the required button.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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Chapter 9: Physical extraction
The Physical Extraction function enables you to perform a physical bit-for-bit image of the source
device memory to a removable storage device or PC.
9.1. Performing a physical extraction
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap Physical Extraction.
The Select Mode screen appears.
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2) Tap ADB or Boot Loader (recommended).
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
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3) Tap Next.
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Depending on whether or not the device requires the UFED Device Adapter, the Waiting for
Device or Waiting for Device Adapter screen appears.
4) Do one of the following:
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
Select the correct cable and tip for the mobile device based on the instruction on the screen.
Change the device settings according to the instructions.

Connect the device to the UFED Touch SOURCE port. A red source arrow
flash on the left of the screen until the device is connected.
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5) Tap Continue.
The Extraction in Progress screen appears.
During the extraction process, the progress bar for the Source and then the Target is active.
6) Follow any on-screen instructions. The following screen appears.
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NOTE: For some devices, an estimation of the time the extraction will take is displayed. For
example, Blackberry, Nokia BB5, QCP (SamM550, LgEmergency, LgP0), Android, (generic
and SPF), SpreadTrum, Samsung GSM (MTK, LGInfinion, and BCM2133), and Palm.
7) Tap OK. When extraction is complete the Physical Extraction Summary screen appears.
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Click the required button.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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In the event that the system cannot connect to the device the Extraction Summary screen appears
with an error message.
9) Follow the instructions on the screen.
10) Tap Retry.
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9.2. The Physical Extraction folder
At the end of the physical extraction process, the extracted data is saved in the location you selected
during the physical extraction process. See step 5 of Performing a Physical Extraction.
NOTE: The extracted data folder is named "Physical" with the selected device name and the extraction
operation date. For example, "Physical Samsung GSM SGH-A711 2011_06_12 (001)"
The extracted data folder contains:
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Binary file of the device memory.
UFD file containing the system extraction information, used by the UFED Physical Analyzer
application.
The extraction information can be viewed using the UFED Physical Analyzer. You can double tap on
the UDF file or open it via the GUI.
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Chapter 10: Capture images and screenshots
The UFED camera enables you to collect evidence by taking pictures or videos of a device (see
Capturing images on page 116). You can also use a Screenshot feature to capture internal
screenshots directly from a Blackberry, Android or iOS device (see Capturing screenshots on page
127). Both these options can be useful as complimentary evidence or in instances when data cannot
be extracted from a device. You can add notes, categories and bookmarks to the pictures and videos,
which will be visible in the UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer.
The collected evidence can be shown within a standalone custom report or in addition to the
extracted information. The report includes information about the device, connection type, UFED
version, and serial number. Image information includes file name link, file size, date and time, MD5 and
SHA256 hash information. The images are located in a folder called Snapshots and are in PNG format.
Video information includes file name, file size, date and time, and a link to the file. The videos are
located in a folder called Videos and are in AVI format.
10.1. The UFED camera
The UFED camera is offered as an add-on and it is controlled by the UFED Touch. All necessary drivers
are preinstalled with the application. The UFED camera includes a camera stand, which enables you to
adjust the height and the angle of the UFED camera, a pad to place the device, and an anti-glare pad
to prevent glare when taking pictures. Connect the camera to an available USB port of the computer.
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Connect the camera to the EXT1 or EXT2 port at the back of the UFED Touch. If there are not enough
USB ports, you can use a USB hub.
10.1.1. Contents
Part
Anti-glare pad
Quantity
1
camera
1
Camera case
1
Camera pad
1
Camera stand
1
10.2. Capturing images
When taking pictures or videos of a device, you have two options: Capture images as an additional
extraction type for a selected device, or without specifying a device.
To capture images or videos for a specific device:
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, tap Capture Images.
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
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2) Select Removable Drive to extract the device data to a USB Flash drive connected to the UFED
Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader (on the back
panel). Select PC to extract the information directly to the PC.
The following screen appears if no camera is detected.
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3) Connect the UFED camera to a USB port on the back of the unit.
The Capture Images screen is displayed.
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4) Do one of the following:
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Tap
to start a video recording and tap

Tap
to take a picture.
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
Tap
to change the default category. Images and videos will be displayed
in UFED Physical/Logical under these categories.
Tap an image or video, to add notes, bookmarks ( ), categories ( ), or delete the file ( ).

Tap
to stop the video recording.
to move back to live view.
NOTE: To rotate a picture or video, or play a recorded video, tap the picture or video, and then
tap the picture or video in the leftmost screen. Use the rotate buttons
buttons
. See the following example.
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5) Tap OK and then tap Next to continue.
The Capture Images Summary screen appears.
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Click the required button.
To view an HTML preview report that includes information about the device and the
extraction.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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To capture images without a device:
1) Click Capture Images.
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
2) Select Removable Drive to extract the device data to a USB Flash drive connected to the UFED
Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader (on the back
panel). Select PC to extract the information directly to the PC.
The Capture Images screen appears.
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See page 120 for information on available options in this screen.
3) Tap Next to continue.
The Capture Images Summary appears.
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4) Tap the required button.
To view an HTML preview report that includes information about the device and the
extraction.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
10.3. Capturing screenshots
The Screenshot feature captures internal screenshots directly from a Blackberry, Android or iOS device.
To capture screenshots from the devices:
1) Tap Extract from Mobile Device and identify the device, then tap Capture Screenshots.
The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
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2) Select Removable Drive to extract the device data to a USB Flash drive connected to the UFED
Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader (on the back
panel). Select PC to extract the information directly to the PC.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
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1) Follow the instructions to connect the device and tap Continue.
The Capture Screenshots screen appears.
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See page 120 for the screenshot options available this screen.
2) Tap Next.
The Capture Screenshots Summary screen appears.
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3) Tap the required button.
To view an HTML preview report that includes information about the device and the
extraction.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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Chapter 11: SIM card functionality
The SIM Card functions enable you to perform various SIM card related functions:
- Sim data extraction
- Clone SIM
- File system extraction
11.1. SIM data extraction
The SIM Data Extraction function enables you to perform logical extraction from a SIM or USIM card to
a removable storage device or PC.
11.1.1. Performing SIM data extraction
The following example is performed using a SIM Card.
To perform the SIM Data Extraction:
1) Select Extract from SIM Card.
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2) Tap either Iden SIM or SIM Card.
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3) The Select Extraction Type screen appears.
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4) Select an option. The Select Extraction Location screen appears.
NOTE: The UFED Physical Analyzer Application must be installed on the PC before the PC option
can be selected. See Extracting Data to PC (page 55).
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5) Select the desired location:
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Select Removable Drive to extract the device data to a USB Flash drive connected to the
UFED Touch TARGET USB port (on the right panel) or SD card inserted to the SD card reader
(on the back panel).
Select PC to extract the information directly to the PC.
The Select Content Types screen appears.
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In the Select Content Types screen, select the content types that you want to extract from the list
of options on the center of the screen.
To select all the available data types, tap Select All under the data types list (Select All appears
after you tap one or more of the options on the screen).
6) Tap Next.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
7) Insert SIM card into the SIM card reader slot located in the middle of the front panel.
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NOTE: The SIM red arrow prompt
at the bottom of the screen continues to flash even after
the SIM card has been inserted into the SIM reader slot.
8) Tap Continue.
The Extraction in Progress screen appears.
9) If prompted, select which of the SIM card partitions to read.
The following screen appears.
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When the extraction process is complete, the SIM Extraction Summary screen appears, displaying a
summary of the extraction process.
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10) Click the required button.
To view an HTML preview report that includes information about the device and the
extraction.
To add additional extraction types for the same device.
To end the process and return to the home screen.
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In the event that the Phone Extraction option was selected, the Phone Extraction Summary screen
appears.
11) To end the process and return to the home screen, tap OK.
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11.1.2. The extracted SIM data folder
At the end of the SIM data extraction process, the extracted SIM data is saved in the location you
selected previously.
NOTE: The extracted SIM data folder is named "UFED SIM card" with the extraction date and counter:
"UFED SIM card SIM card <DATE> (001)"
If you selected to extract to the local drive, the extracted SIM data folder is located inside the
The extracted SIM data folder contains a detailed report of extracted data in both HTML and XML
formats and call log file (*.clog).
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11.2. Clone SIM
The Clone SIM ID function enables you to copy the SIM ID from one SIM card to a UFED SIM ID Access
Card.
Cloning the SIM ID provides a suitable solution to several problems facing forensic examiners, by
allowing extraction of the device data:



While preventing the cellular device from connecting to the network, rendering the device
invisible to the network without the ability to send or receive calls or SMS messages, and
thereby preserving the device's current information. (No Faraday Bag is required to block RF
signals).
When the original SIM is not available, by manually programming the ICCID or IMSI into the
Cloned SIM ID Card to mimic the original missing card.
When the SIM card is PIN locked, by cloning the identification of the original SIM, which
allows extraction of the device data without losing critical data including call history and SMS
messages.
There are three different ways that a SIM card can be cloned:

Clone an existing SIM card - to create a cloned SIM to use to extract device data without a
network connection. See Cloning an existing SIM card ID.
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Manually enter SIM data - to manually program the ICCID and IMSI to the cloned SIM card.
See Entering SIM data manually.
Create GSM Test SIM - The GSM test SIM card is used to extract device data when the original
SIM is not available a default ICCID and IMSI are programmed into the Cloned SIM ID Card
to mimic the original missing card. See Creating GSM test SIM.
11.2.1. Cloning an existing SIM card ID
1) Tap Clone SIM.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
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NOTE: The SIM red arrow prompt at the bottom of the screen flashes even after you insert the SIM
card into the SIM reader slot.
2) Insert the SIM card into the SIM card reader slot located in the middle of the front panel.
3) Tap Continue.
The Select Source screen appears.
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The Clone SIM ID prompt appears.
5) Check that the right SIM was inserted into the SIM card reader slot.
6) Tap Continue.
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If the SIM card is partitioned, a prompt appears.
7) Select which of the SIM card partitions to read.
The Extraction in Progress Source screen appears.
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When the information has been extracted from the SIM the Insert Target Card prompt appears.
8) Remove the original SIM card from the UFED Device Adapter SIM card reader.
9) Insert a UFED SIM ID Access Card into the UFED Device Adapter SIM card reader.
10) Tap Continue.
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At the end of the data process, a summary of the SIM cloning process is displayed, detailing the
ICCID and IMSI information of the cloned SIM card.
11) To end the process and return to the home screen, tap OK.
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11.2.2. Entering SIM data manually
1) In the home screen, Tap Clone SIM.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
2) Insert the UFED SIM ID Access card.
3) Tap Continue.
The Select Source screen appears.
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4) Tap Manually enter SIM data.
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5) Enter the SIM ICCID number (up to 20 digits).
6) Tap OK.
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The following screen appears:
7) Enter the SIM IMSI number (up to 15 digits), then tap OK.
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The Select Language screen appears.
8) If required, select either a language or tap None.
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The Enter advanced settings screen appears.
9)
Tap Yes or No to continue.
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Tap Yes to display the advanced settings. Extraction in Progress > Enter SPN screen appears.
Proceed to the following step.
Tap No to continue. Proceed to step 15.
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10) Enter the SIM SPN number (up to 16 digits), then tap OK.
The following screen appears:
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11) Enter the SIM GID 1 number (up to 8 characters) and tap OK.
The Extraction in Progress > Enter GID 2 screen appears.
12) Enter the SIM GID 2 number (up to 8 characters).
13) Tap OK.
The Insert Target Card prompt appears.
14) Insert the UFED SIM ID access card into the SIM reader slot.
15) Tap Continue.
NOTE: The Extraction in Progress screen is displayed throughout the data writing process.
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At the end of the data writing process, a summary of the SIM cloning process is displayed, detailing
the ICCID and IMSI information programmed to the SIM card.
16) To end the process and return to home screen tap OK.
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11.2.3. Creating a GSM test SIM
1) Tap Clone SIM.
The Waiting for Device screen appears.
NOTE: The SIM red arrow prompt at the bottom of the screen flashes even after you insert the SIM
card into the SIM reader slot.
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2) Insert the SIM card into the SIM card reader slot located in the left of the front panel.
3) Tap Continue. The Select Source screen appears.
4) Tap Create GSM Test SIM
. The following screen appears.
5) Make sure that the target SIM card is inserted correctly into the SIM card reader slot, then tap
Continue.
The Extraction in Progress screen is displayed throughout the data reading process.
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At the end of the data writing process, a summary of the SIM cloning process is displayed, detailing
the ICCID and IMSI information programmed to the SIM card.
6) To end the process and return to the home screen, tap OK.
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Chapter 12: Device tools
The Device Tools are located on the home screen and include the following:
 Bluetooth Scan (page 167)
 Switch to CDMA Offline Mode (page 170)
 Test Peek/Poke functionality (page 172)
 Activate TomTom Trip log (page 174)
 Uninstall Windows Mobile Client (page 174)
 Uninstall Android client (page 175)
 Exit Odin mode (page 175)
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12.1. Bluetooth Scan
NOTE: This feature is available for Bluetooth-enabled PCs only.
This tool scans for available Bluetooth devices in your proximity and enables you to pair with them.
Make sure that the Bluetooth feature of the device is enabled.
Make sure that the Bluetooth switch is on.
To perform a Bluetooth scan:
1)
In the Device Tools > Select Tool screen, tap Bluetooth scan
The Connecting Bluetooth prompt appears.
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2) Tap Continue.
3) A list of Bluetooth devices in the vicinity appears. Select one or the following options:


Tap one of the devices Device summary screen appears
Tap Continue Device summary screen appears
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Tap Refresh list - Device tool in progress screen appears and UFED Touch tries to find
additional devices.
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12.2. Switch to CDMA offline mode
This tool enables you to switch radio on CDMA devices to offline mode.
To switch to CDMA offline mode:
1)
In the Device Tools > Select Tool screen, tap Switch to CDMA offline mode.
The Select Link prompt appears.
2) Select the link type (USB cable or Serial cable).
The Device Tool in Progress screen appears.
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The Device Tool Summary appears.
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12.3. Test peek/poke functionality
This tool enables you to perform a Peek/Poke test in order to check if the device is supported by the
UFED Touch.
To Test Peek/Poke functionality:
1)
Click Device Tools and then tap Test Peek/Poke functionality.
The Select Link prompt appears.
2) Select the link type (USB Cable or Serial Cable).
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The Device Tool in Progress screen appears.
The Peek check reply prompt appears.
3) Tap Continue.
The Device Tool in Progress screen appears.
The Reporting prompt appears.
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12.4. Activate TomTom trip log
This tool enables you to activate or deactivate the trip log sharing feature of a connected TomTom
device, which is often disabled by the user
To Activate TomTom trip log:
1) In the Device Tools > Select Tool screen, tap Activate TomTom trip log.
The Select Mode prompt appears.
2) Select the desired mode.
A prompt labeled Attention appears requesting to connect the device to the PC.
3) Connect the device to the PC.
4) Tap Continue.
12.5. Uninstall Windows Mobile Client
In order to perform Logical Extraction, the client is installed on the device.
In some cases, due to device failure, or if the mobile device was improperly disconnected from the
UFED Touch, the client remains installed on the mobile device.
This option enables the client to be manually uninstalled.
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12.6. Uninstall Android client
In order to perform Logical Extraction, the client is installed on the device.
In some cases, due to device failure, or if the mobile device was improperly disconnected from the
UFED Touch, the client remains installed on the mobile device.
This option enables the client to be manually uninstalled.
12.7. Exit Odin mode
In order to perform Logical Extraction, the device is placed in Odin mode.
In some cases, due to device failure, or if the mobile device was improperly disconnected from the
UFED Touch, the mobile device remains in Odin mode.
This option enables the device to be taken out of Odin mode.
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Chapter 13: Settings
The settings screen provides access to a set of functional and behavioral setup options used to control
the functionality and usability of UFED Touch.
To access the settings screen, tap
in the application taskbar.
The settings are grouped in the settings screen in the following tabs:
 General (page 178)
 Report settings (page 188)
 System settings (page 194)
 License settings (page 196)
 Version details (page 200)
 Users permissions (page 202)
 Network (page 212)
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The settings screen opens on the General tab.
13.1. General settings
The settings screen opens on the General tab.
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The General tab provides access to the following functions and settings:
 Managing the Custom List (page 179)
 Changing the application interface language (page 183)
 Mobile Extraction Client (page 187)
To swap the first and last name in the phone book:
 Select Swap first and last name in phonebook.
13.1.1. Managing the custom list
The Custom List is the list of devices available for use during the Logical Extraction process.
Device models can be added to or deleted from the list. Multiple device models can be defined.
After a Custom List has been defined, a Custom List button is added to the Logical Extraction screen.
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To add devices to the custom list:
1) Tap Edit Custom List.
The Custom List opens. In the event that devices have been previously defined in the custom list,
the vendor names are selected.
In this example the Apple device was previously defined for the custom list and is indicated with a
blue .
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and
to scroll through the lists of manufacturers and devices.
2) In the Custom List, select the required device vendor. For example, Alcatel.
The list of device models opens.
3) Select one or more device models that you would like to associate with this Device Manufacturer.
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A blue
appears in each selected device model box.
4) Tap Back.
The selected manufacturer is marked with a blue
.
5) Repeat steps 2-4 for each device manufacturer and model/s to be added to the Custom List.
6) Tap Finish.
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To remove a device from the Custom List:
1) Tap Edit Custom List.
2) In the displayed Custom List dialog, select a device manufacturer marked with a blue
would like to remove (all the associated models or only one).
3) Select one or more device models marked with a blue
Custom List.
The
that you
that you would like to remove from the
mark is removed.
4) Tap Back.
5) Repeat steps 2-4 for each device that needs to be removes from the Custom List.
NOTE: Removing all the marked devices of a manufacturer also removes its blue
6) Tap Finish.
13.1.2. Changing the application interface language
1) Tap the language field.
mark.
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The Select Language screen appears with the current language selected. (In this case, English).
NOTE: Use the arrows to scroll through the list of available interface languages.
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The following message appears:
3) Tap OK.
The General tab appears with the language of choice in the Interface language field.
4) Tap Save to close the Settings panel.
5) To restart the application:
a) To close the application, Tap
in the application taskbar.
b) To re-launch the application, do one of the following:




Tap the application shortcut icon located in the UFED shortcuts panel at the right of the
screen.
Double-tap the UFED Touch icon located on the Desktop.
Tap Start > UFED Touch
Tap Start > All Programs > Cellebrite Touch > UFED Touch.
UFED Touch starts in the selected language.
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13.1.3. Mobile extraction client
To operate in covert mode:
 In the Settings > General tab, select the following:


Operate in covert mode Renames the application client name from "Cellebrite.sis/exe" to
"AAA.sis/exe".
Uninstall reminder When enabled, the UFED Touch prompts you to uninstall the client
from the examined smartphone.
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13.2. Report settings
To set the report settings:
1) Access the Settings > Reports tab.
2) To set the generated reports language, tap
the desired language.
next to Generate Reports Language, and select
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3) To set how the known issues notes about the extracted device are logged in the generated report,
tap



next to Note display modes, and select one of the following:
Disable Do not include device specific notes in the report.
Separated Notes Add all the device specific notes at the end of the report.
Embedded Notes Device-specific notes follow the content type they refer to in the report.
4) To set the generated reports visual formats, tap
following:


next to Report format, and select one of the
Normal The standard report structure, suitable to standard display screens.
Compact A compact report structure, suitable for devices with a small display area.
5) To set the generated reports folder name formats, select
select one of the following:

next to Report folder format, and
Model Serial YYYY_MM_DD The folder name is constructed from <the model name>
<the model serial> <the year in 4 digits>_<the month in 2 digits>_<the day in 2 digits>
 YYYYMMDD Model Serial The folder name is constructed from <the year in 4 digits><the
month in 2 digits><the day in 2 digits> <the model name> <the model serial>
6) Select or clear Show MD5 to toggle the display of the MD5 values which are generated for each
file in the extracted data.
7) Select Create MD5 list file to generate a Checksums.md5 file that contains all the generated MD5
values of the extracted data.
8) Select or clear Show SHA256 to toggle the display of the SHA 256 values which are generated for
each file in the extracted data.
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9) Select or clear Partial Extraction to set, in the event of an extraction error, whether or not to
include the partially extracted data up to the error point in the generated report.
10) Tap Report custom fields to add, remove and edit report fields. For more information, see
Managing report fields (page 191).
11) To set a field as required, tap the field in the Required column.
12) Tap Save.
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13.2.1. Managing report fields
1) Tap Report custom fields to customize the report by defining additional fields which will be filled
at the end of the extraction.
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2) To add a new field:
a) Tap Add.
b) Enter the field name in the Field Name box.
NOTE: To display the keyboard, tap Keyboard.
c) To set the field as mandatory, select Required next to the field name.
d) Tap Update, or to exit without saving, tap Cancel.
3) To add additional fields, repeat step 3.
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4) To edit an existing field:
a) Tap the field in the list, and tap Edit.
b) Repeat steps 3b-3d.
NOTE: You cannot edit the field name of a default custom field.
5) To delete a field:
a) Tap the field in the list, and tap Delete.
b) In the confirmation message, tap Yes.
6) Tap Save in the Reports tab.
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13.3. System settings
Set the following in the System tab:
 Additional settings
 Extraction target
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Define the following additional settings in the System tab:
1) To set the unit to make a sound for UFED Touch operations such as failure, select Play notification
sounds.
2) To display the screensaver that appears after the unit is idle for a period, select Disable
screensaver.
3) To change the ULG log level, tap
next to ULG logs level, and select one of the following:


Disable set to not generate log files.
Normal set to generate log files. If the transaction is very fast, not all the information is
written to the log.
 Detailed set to generate detailed log files. The transaction will be slower in order to write
to the log. Recommended in case of debugging/error situation.
4) To export system information, tap Export system information.
5) To save the application logs, tap Export application logs.
6) To monitor device usage, tap the Transactions counter. This counts the number of transactions
performed on the UFED Touch. Transactions include all extractions per type and device tool
actions. The counters are managed locally and can be reset.
NOTE: The password to rest the Transactions counter is the serial number of the unit (displayed in
the Version tab).
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13.4. License settings
The license can be updated via the network (Web), or a using an external device (via USB port).
To update the license via the web:
NOTE: Before updating the license from the network ensure that the device is connected to the
network.
1) In the License tab, tap Change license.
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2) Click Accept to accept the license agreement.
The following screen appears.
3) Click Update software license.
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The following screen appears.
4) Tap Load from the Web.
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To update the license from an external device (via USB port):
1) Save the license file on the root directory of the USB flash drive.
2) Connect the external device to the UFED Touch Ext1 or Ext 2 USB ports on the back panel.
3) In the License tab, tap Change license.
4) Click Accept to accept the license agreement.
5) Click Update software license.
6) Tap Load from USB.
UFED Touch identifies the license file automatically, and updated information appears on screen.
For more information on licensing, see Using UFED Touch (page 51).
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13.5. Version details
The version details display information about the UFED Touch version and build.
The Version tab displays current information regarding the license and the available version for
upgrade.
The following information is displayed:
 Version The application version
For more information on downloading a software update or new version, see Updates and versions .
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13.5.1. Updates and versions
When UFED Touch is connected to the network, automatic notifications appear in the event of
updates and new versions of the application.
 Tap Refresh in the Settings > Version tab to update the information available on the screen.
To install a newer version of the UFED Touch application via the web:
NOTE: Before using this option, please ensure that the unit is connected to the network.
 In the Settings > Version tab, in the Version area, tap Web.
The unit upgrades the application to the latest version available on the Cellebrite download
server.
To install a newer version of the UFED Touch application using an external device (via USB port):
1) Download the latest application version from your account in My Cellebrite, and save it to the root
directory of the external device.
2) Connect the external device to the UFED Touch Ext1 or Ext 2 USB ports on the back panel.
3) In the Settings > Version tab, in the Version area, tap USB.
UFED Touch identifies the new software file and starts the upgrade process.
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13.6. Users permissions
UFED Touch enables user authentication ensuring that only users with the right credentials can access
the application. Access rights are further enforced by defining permission levels per profile. For more
information, see Permission management page 204).
To import user permissions:
1) Run the UFED Touch as an administrator.
2) Select Enable Users Permissions and tap Import.
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The following warning appears.
3) Tap Yes and navigate to the directory where the permission management file (*.cp) is located. For
information on creating a permission management file, see Using the UFED Permission Manager
page 204.
4) Tap Open and then tap Save.
5) Restart the UFED touch application, which will now prompt for login credentials.
6) Use one of the login credentials configured in the permission management file. For more
information, seePermission management .
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13.6.1. Permission management
The administrator can create multiple profiles using the UFED Permission Manager standalone
application. Each profile contains access permissions, including operation rights per extraction type,
content types etc. A single profile can be assigned to multiple users. The users and profiles can be
exported into an encrypted permission management file, which can be imported into multiple UFED
Touch applications.
13.6.1.1. Using the UFED Permission Manager
To create a new profile:
1) Download the latest UFED Permission Manager application from your account in MyCellebrite, and
save it to a directory on a PC or external device.
2) Run the UFED Permission Manager and follow the setup instructions.
The UFED Permission Manager screen appears.
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3) Click Profiles.
4) Click New Profile.
The following screen appears.
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6) Select the options for this profile, such as Admin who can manage users, and the Extraction Type:
Logical Extraction, SIM Data extraction, Password extraction etc.
NOTE: At least of the enabled users must be an Administrator (Admin).
7) Click Save and proceed to create a new user.
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To create a new user:
1) In the UFED Permission Manager screen, click Users.
The following screen appears.
2) Click New User.
The following screen appears.
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3)
4)
5)
6)
Enter the details for the new user including Username, Display Name, Description, and Password.
Select a profile for the user.
Click User is disabled to enable the user.
Click Save.
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To export an encrypted permission management file:
1) In the UFED Permission Manager screen, click Export, specify a directory for the file and click Save.
The following screen appears.
2) Click OK.
NOTE: The next time you run the UFED Permission Manager you will be prompted for your user
credentials to access the application.
NOTE: Click Import to configure an existing permission management file.
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13.7. Network
Local Area Network, Wireless Network and Bluetooth connections.
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Chapter 14: Special cables
UFED Touch requires special cables for certain functions. These include:
 The device power-up cable
 The U-441 Windows Easy Transfer Cable (used for the extraction to PC)
14.1. Device power-up cable
In case of a drained or absent battery, the device power-up cable powers the device instead of the
battery while performing an extraction.
The device power-up cable contains four parts marked as: Data, Extra power, "-", "+".
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To connect the device power-up cable:
1) Connect the Extra Power connector to the UFED Touch USB Port extension.
2) Connect the Data connector to the UFED Touch USB Port extension.
3)


Open the device battery cover.
usually found next to
the contacts area.


TIP: For battery contacts which are not clearly marked on the
on the battery body to identify them. To do that, simply flip the battery along its contacts edge,
those on the battery.
NOTE: Use a multi-meter to identify the positive and negative poles of an unmarked battery.
4) Connect the RED
Black alligator clip to
Black alligator to middle pole in case of three poles or to
the one next to the (-) in case of four poles. Make sure the alligator clips are not closing a circuit by
touching each other.
5) Connect the source device to the phone power-up cable using the references cable from the
cable organizer kit as listed in the UFED Touch menu.
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Chapter 15: Technical specifications
15.1. General specifications
Part
Display
UFED Standard and Ruggedized
7" WVGA (800x480) TFT Touch LCD, 280 NITS LED Backlight, 400:1
Contrast Ratio
Operation system
Microsoft Window XP embedded
Processor
Intel ATOM Z510 1.1GHz
Chipset
Intel Poulsbo US15W Premium chipset
System memory
1GB DDR2, 333MHz (667 DDR2 Data Rate)
Storage
PSSD MLC NAND Flash: 64GB capacity
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15.2. Battery
Part
Type
UFED Standard and Ruggidized
Lithium Polymer, 7.4V, 3850mAh.
Discharge time
While being used: 5 ± 1 hr.
Recharge time
~3 hours
15.3. Power supply
Part
Power supply
UFED Standard and Ruggedized
Input: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz.
Output: DC 12V, 4.16A (50W max)
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15.4. I/O interfaces
Part
USB ports
UFED Standard and Ruggidized
4 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x Mini USB port
Serial ports
RJ-45 for device and storage connectivity
SIM card reader
Integrated SIM card reader
SD card reader
Available SD card reader
Microphone & Speaker
Intel High Definition Audio, integrated microphone and speakers
Audio output
1x Headphone Jack
Video Output
1x VGA Port
15.5. Dimensions and weights
Weight & Dimensions
UFED Standard
UFED Ruggidized
Case dimension (cm)
44 (L) x 33.5 (W) x 16 (H)
48.7(L) x 38.6 (W) x 18.5 (H)
Weight
6.5 Kg
10 Kg
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15.6. Temperature
Part
Operating temperature
UFED Standard and Ruggedized
0°C 40°C
Storage temperature
-20°C 40°C
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Part
UFED Standard and Ruggedized
CE
This device complies with the essential requirements the R&TTE 1999/5/EC Directive and the
following standards:
EMC
EN 301 489-1
EN 61000-6-1
EN 61000-6-3
EN 55022
Safety
IEC/EN 60950-1, CB Scheme
Radio frequency
spectrum usage
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
FCC
EMC
FCC part 15, subpart B
Radio
FCC part15.247
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Chapter 16: Extracting Android devices
This chapter covers the pros and cons of each Android extraction method, and provides answers to
frequently asked questions about the extraction methods.
16.1. Android extraction methods
Many different devices run the Android operating system: phones, MP3 players, tablets, eBook
Readers, and more.
There are two main extraction methods for Android devices:
 ADB debugging - extraction using a built-in protocol that runs within the operating system. This
method uses the Android Debugging Bridge (ADB), which is active when USB Debugging is
enabled. Using this method, it is possible to perform a physical or file system extraction on almost
any Android device, provided that the device USB debugging option is enabled. All currently
available Android OS versions are supported. For more information, see Android Debugging
Bridge method (page 222).
 Bootloader extraction - extraction that takes place before the Android operating system starts
running (several variations of this method are available). This method can be performed on locked
devices. For more information, see Bootloader extraction (page 225).
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16.1.1. Android debugging bridge method
Q: How does ADB work?
A: ADB is a built-in protocol within the Android operating system. Every Android-based device has this
protocol, which enables developers to connect to an Android-based device and perform low-level
commands used for development. Cellebrite utilizes this protocol to extract data from Android
devices.
Q: Can ADB be used to extract any Android device?
A: In theory, data can be extracted from every Android device using ADB. However, there are some
limitations:
 The USB debugging option must be enabled on the device
 Access to the device must be with administrator permissions.
Q: How do I turn on the USB debugging option?
A: On most Android devices: go to Menu > Settings > Applications > Development and then tap
USB debugging.
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Q: Does this method bypass the unlock password or pattern? Will I be able to retrieve the
code?
For locked devices, you can perform an extraction if the user enabled USB debugging before locking
the device.
For selected Android devices, you can perform a physical extraction, where there is greater support for
extraction from locked devices (pattern lock/PIN/password). Following a successful physical
extraction, you can view the numeric password or pattern lock protecting the device in UFED Physical
Analyzer, and use it to unlock the device.
Q: How do I get Administrator (root) permissions on the device?
A: When USB debugging enabled, UFED Touch automatically detects the Android OS version, and
whether or not access is at administrator level. If it is not, UFED Touch automatically gains root
permissions.
NOTE: It is possible to gain access at administrator level manually using third party tools, but gaining
access this way may harm the integrity of the data on the device, or has the potential to
render the device useless.
Q: I turned on USB debugging. What extraction types can I perform?
A: Once USB debugging is enabled, you can perform either a physical extraction which extracts all the
data on the device, or a File System Extraction which extracts only relevant files.
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The advantage of a physical extraction is that it retrieves more data from the device, making it
possible to recover deleted files such as photos that were saved on the device. The disadvantage is
that it takes more time, and that file system reconstruction is not supported for all devices.
The advantage of a file system extraction is that it takes less time. You are able to view all vital
information including deleted records (but excluding deleted files), even if file system reconstruction
is not supported.
Q: When selecting the Generic Profile on UFED Touch, what are "Method 1" and "Method 2"?
Which should I choose?
A: Methods 1 and 2 are different connection configurations. It is not possible to tell which Android
devices requires which method. Try one method, and if unsuccessful, try the second method.
Q: Does the ADB extraction method change any of the data on the device?
A: When extracting using the ADB method, a few client applications are written to the device
/data/local/tmp folder.
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16.1.2. Bootloader extraction
Q: What is bootloader extraction?
A: The bootloader extraction method performs a physical extraction when the device is in bootloader
mode. In this extraction method, the Android operating system is not running, so the device cannot
connect to the mobile network.
Q: Does this method bypass the unlock password or pattern? Will I be able to retrieve the
code?
A: Using this method, you are able to bypass any type of lock, and can retrieve a numeric PIN lock or
unlock pattern.
Q: Does this extraction method change any of the data on the device?
A: No, this method is completely forensically sound.
Q: Which devices are supported by this method?
A: Currently most Motorola Android devices, and selected Samsung Android, Qualcomm, LG GSM, and
LG CDMA are supported.
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16.2. Performing a file system extraction for an Android device
16.2.1. Locked Motorola devices
If you have a locked Motorola device, perform the following procedure to bypass the lock and
perform a file system extraction:
1)
Tap File System Extraction.
The Select Vendor screen appears.
NOTE: If you do not see the device model in the list, select <Vendor> Generic option.
The Select Mode screen opens.
2) If lock bypass is supported for the device, select File System Bypassing Lock (Recommended).
3) Follow the on-screen instructions.
File system extraction is successful for locked Motorola devices in the following circumstances:


If lock bypass is supported for the device.
If lock bypass is not supported for the device, but the device USB debugging option is
enabled.
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4) If lock bypass is NOT supported for the device, and the device USB debugging option is NOT
enabled, perform a physical extraction in order to retrieve the device lock code, and unlock the
device. Then follow the directions in Unlocked devices (page 229).
16.2.2. Locked HTC, Huawei, and ZTE devices
If you have a locked HTC, Huawei, or ZTE device, perform the following procedure to bypass the lock
and perform a file system extraction:
1)
Tap File System Extraction.
NOTE: If you do not see the device model in the list, select <Vendor> Generic option.
2) Follow the on-screen instructions.
File system extraction is successful for locked HTC devices in the following circumstances:


If lock bypass is supported for the device.
If lock bypass is not supported for the device, but the device USB debugging option is
enabled.
File system extraction is NOT successful for locked HTC devices in the following circumstances:

If lock bypass is NOT supported for the device, and the device USB debugging option is NOT
enabled.
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16.2.3. Other locked devices
If you have a locked device that is not an HTC or Motorola device, perform the following procedure to
bypass the lock and perform a file system extraction:
1)
Tap File System Extraction.
NOTE: If you do not see the device model in the list, select <Vendor> Generic option.
2) Follow the on-screen instructions.
File system extraction is successful for locked devices if the device USB debugging option is
enabled.
3) If the device USB debugging option is NOT enabled, perform a physical extraction in order to
retrieve the device lock code, and unlock the device. Then follow the directions in Unlocked
devices (page 229).
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16.2.4. Unlocked devices
If you have an unlocked device, perform the following procedure to perform a file system extraction:
1)
Tap File System Extraction.
2) Do one of the following:


For an advanced File System extraction including application system files, select Android FS
+ app sys. files.
For a standard File System extraction, select the device model.
NOTE: If you do not see the device model in the list, select <Vendor> Generic option.
3) Follow the on-screen instructions. File system extraction is successful for unlocked devices.
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16.3. Technical terms
Android -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Android_devices . Another very helpful resource is
http://pdadb.net .
Brick - A device that cannot function in any capacity (such as a device with damaged firmware). Refer
to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brick_%28electronics%29 .
Client - A program written by Cellebrite that runs on the Android operating system itself.
Root/rooting - A process that allows users of cell phones and other devices running the Android
operating system to attain privileged control (known as "root access") within Android's Linux
subsystem, similar to jailbreaking on Apple devices running the iOS operating system, overcoming
limitations that the carriers and manufacturers put on such phones.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rooting_%28Android_OS%29 ).
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Chapter 17: Appendix
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. DOWNLOADING,
INSTALLING OR USING CELLEBRITE-SUPPLIED SOFTWARE CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF THIS
AGREEMENT.
CELLEBRITE IS WILLING TO LICENSE THE SOFTWARE TO YOU ONLY IF YOU ACCEPT ALL OF THE TERMS
CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT (THE "EULA"), ANY ADDITIONAL TERMS IN AN AGREEMENT SIGNED
BY BUYER (AS DEFINED BELOW) AND CELLEBRITE AND ANY "CLICK-ACCEPT" AGREEMENT, AS
APPLICABLE. TO THE EXTENT OF ANY CONFLICT AMONG THIS AGREEMENT, ANY ADDITIONAL TERMS
IN AN AGREEMENT SIGNED BY BUYER AND CELLEBRITE, ANY "CLICK-ACCEPT" AGREEMENT, ANY TERMS
ON A PURCHASE ORDER AND CELLEBRITE
PRECEDENCE SHALL BE (A) AN AGREEMENT SIGNED BY BUYER AND CELLEBRITE; (B) THIS AGREEMENT;
(C) THE "CLICK-ACCEPT" AGREEMENT; (D)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OR AN AGREEMENT SIGNED BY BUYER AND CELLEBRITE
(COLLECTIVELY, (A)-(E), AFTER APPLYING THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE, THE "AGREEMENT").
BY DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING OR USING THE SOFTWARE OR OTHERWISE EXPRESSING YOUR
AGREEMENT TO THE TERMS CONTAINED IN THE AGREEMENT, YOU INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF
THE BUSINESS OR OTHER ORGANIZATION THAT YOU REPRESENT (THE "BUYER") CONSENT TO BE
BOUND BY THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT OR CANNOT AGREE TO THE TERMS CONTAINED IN THE
AGREEMENT, THEN (A) DO NOT DOWNLOAD, INSTALL OR USE THE SOFTWARE (OR, AS APPLICABLE,
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THE CELLEBRITE PRODUCT IN WHICH THE SOFTWARE IS EMBEDDED), AND (B) WITHIN THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER RECEIPT OF THE SOFTWARE (OR, IF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND CELLEBRITE
PROVIDES A SHORTER TIME PERIOD FOR ACCEPTANCE, SUCH SHORTER TIME PERIOD FOR
ACCEPTANCE), EITHER RETURN THE SOFTWARE TO CELLEBRITE OR THE APPLICABLE AUTHORIZED
RESELLER FOR FULL REFUND OF THE SOFTWARE LICENSE FEE, OR, IF THE SOFTWARE IS EMBEDDED IN
A CELLEBRITE PRODUCT FOR WHICH NO SEPARATE SOFTWARE LICENSE FEE WAS CHARGED, RETURN
THE EQUIPMENT AND EMBEDDED SOFTWARE, UNUSED, TO CELLEBRITE OR THE APPLICABLE RESELLER
FOR A FULL REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. YOUR RIGHT TO RETURN AND REFUND ONLY APPLIES
IF YOU ARE THE ORIGINAL END USER PURCHASER.
Buyer on or after the release date of this EULA (the "Release Date").
1)
DEFINITIONS In this Agreement, the following capitalized terms shall have the meaning set
forth below:
"Affiliate
rty at any tier. For these
purposes, "control" shall mean the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and
policies of the entity, whether through the ownership of more than 50% of the outstanding voting
interests in such entity or otherwise.
"Authorization Product" means a product sold by Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite
with embedded License Authorization Software, including but not limited to a USB stick with
embedded License Authorization Software.
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"Authorized Users" means the number of Concurrent Users that Buyer is licensed to have access
to the Software.
"Cellebrite" means (i) Cellebrite Mobile Synchronization Ltd., an Israeli corporation with offices at
94 Em Hamoshavot Road, Petach Tikva, Israel 49130 or (ii) any subsidiary of Cellebrite Mobile
Synchronization Ltd. (including without limitation Cellebrite USA Inc. and Cellebrite GMBH)
which is engaged by Buyer and issue invoices to Buyer with respect to the Software and/or the
Product; as applicable.
"Concurrent Users" means the number of Users of Buyer concurrently accessing the Software. If a
single User connects to Software using multiple concurrent log-ins or connections, each such
active logical connection or log-in is counted toward the number of Concurrent Users.
"Documentation" means any documentation related to any Software.
"Embedded Software" means a copy of Software delivered embedded in or loaded onto
Cellebrite hardware equipment when such equipment is sold by Cellebrite. Updates or Upgrades
to Embedded Software are also deemed "Embedded Software" to the extent such an Update or
Upgrade would be deemed Embedded Software without regard to this sentence had it been
delivered installed on the Cellebrite equipment.
"Forensic Product" means a Product used for the purposes of conducting forensic analysis,
including without limitation Products sold under the trade name "UFED".
"License Authorization Software" means Software that is provided together with hardware on
which it is embedded that is used to validate the authorized use of Standalone Software.
"License Term" means the term of a paid subscription to the Standalone Software.
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"Product" means a product sold by Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite with
Embedded Software.
"Software" means an instance of a program, module, feature, function, service, application,
operation or capability of the Cellebrite-supplied software. Software includes Embedded
Software and Standalone Software.
"Standalone Software" means Software that is not Embedded Software or License Authorization
Software.
"Third Party
"Update" means an update to the Software or the Standalone Software that is provided by
Cellebrite and that may incorporate (i) corrections of any substantial defects; (ii) fixes of any minor
bugs; (iii) at the sole discretion of Cellebrite, allowing additional compatibility of the Software with
cellular phones provided by third parties; and/or (iv) at the sole discretion of Cellebrite, minor
enhancements to the Software or Standalone Software, as the case may be; provided, however,
that Updates shall not include Upgrades. Updates are generally identified by Cellebrite by a
change to the version number to the right of the first decimal point (e.g., version 4.1 to 4.2).
"Upgrade" means a new release of the Software or Standalone Software that incorporates
substantial changes or additions that (i) provide additional value and utility; (ii) may be priced and
offered separately as optional additions to the Software or the Standalone Software, as the case
charge. Upgrades are generally identified by Cellebrite by a change to the version number to the
left of the first decimal point (e.g., version 4.2 to 5.0).
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"User" means an individual able to gain access to any Software functionality (whether Embedded
Software or Standalone Software).
"You" means any individual seeking the benefit of or evaluating this EULA.
2) LICENSE GRANT
A. Embedded Software. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Cellebrite hereby
grants to Buyer, and Buyer accepts, upon delivery of the Embedded Software, a nonexclusive,
perpetual and nontransferable license to use (only if such use does not violate the prohibitions in
Sections 2.F or 2.G) each copy of the Embedded Software, in executable form only, provided by
nternal use in connection
with the Products, in the country in which the Product with the Embedded Software was
purchased from Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite and only as authorized in the
Agreement.
i. General Limitations. Buyer shall use Embedded Software solely for execution on the unit of
Product originally delivered to Buyer with such Embedded Software installed, or any replacement
unit provided under a warranty from Cellebrite. Any Update or Upgrade of such Embedded
Software that Cellebrite has licensed to Buyer may be loaded and executed only on the Product
on which the originally licensed Embedded Software is authorized to execute.
ii. License Exclusion. Notwithstanding any other provision of this EULA, except as may otherwise
be required by applicable law, no license is granted for installation or use of any Embedded
Software or associated Update or Upgrade on any Product resold by anyone who is not an
authorized reseller of Cellebrite for such Product.
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iii.
B.
C.
Single Product
the Embedded Software is limited to a license to use the
authorized reseller.
Standalone Software. Subject to the terms and conditions of this EULA, Cellebrite hereby grants
to Buyer, and Buyer accepts, upon delivery of the Standalone Software, during the License Term, a
nonexclusive and nontransferable license to (i) use (only if such use does not violate the
prohibitions in Sections 2.F or 2.G) each copy of the Standalone Software, in executable form only,
as authorized in the Agreement; (ii) only use a number of Concurrent Users that is equal to or less
than the number of Authorized Users specified in a written agreement signed by both the Buyer
and Cellebrite or purchase order accepted by Cellebrite, even if available on a higher number of
computer systems; (iii) make a reasonable number of copies of the Standalone Software for use
only as licensed in this Section 2.B, though in no case more than the number of Authorized Users;
and (iv) make one (1) copy of the Standalone Software for backup, archival or disaster recovery
purposes.
License Authorization Software. Subject to the terms and conditions of this EULA, Cellebrite
hereby grants to Buyer, and Buyer accepts, upon delivery of the Standalone Software, during the
License Term, a nonexclusive and nontransferable license to use (only if such use does not violate
the prohibitions in Sections 2.F or 2.G) each copy of the License Authorization Software, in
executable form only, provided by Cellebrite, and the accompanying documentation, only for
e was licensed from
Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite and only as authorized in the Agreement.
Authorization Software on one (1) Authorization Product for each license to the Standalone
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Software the authorized use of which is validated by such License Authorization Software and
D. Updates and Upgrades.
i. Updates. Updates or Upgrades to the Software may be made available to Buyer pursuant to a
separate agreement between Cellebrite and Buyer. Any particular Update or Upgrade shall
be licensed under the terms of the Software that is being updated by such Update or
Upgrade, as the case may be.
ii. Limitation. Except as expressly provided in the Agreement, Buyer shall have no rights in any
Update or Upgrade to Software, nor any rights to support services associated with such Software.
iii. No Obligation. Nothing in this EULA requires Cellebrite to provide Updates or Upgrades to Buyer
or Buyer to accept such Updates or Upgrades. The provision of any Updates or Upgrades shall
be governed by a separate agreement between Cellebrite and Buyer, or by a purchase order
issued by Buyer and
E. Specific License Terms for Particular Products.
i. Forensic Products. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Cellebrite hereby
grants to Buyer, and Buyer accepts, a nonexclusive, time-limited and nontransferable license,
effective upon delivery, to use (only if such use does not violate the prohibitions in Sections
2.F or 2.G) a copy of an Update or Upgrade to the Embedded Software, in executable form
only, provided by Cellebrite, and th
use in connection with the Forensic Products or for a trial of such Update or Upgrade, as the
case may be, in the country in which the Forensic Product with the Embedded Software was
purchased from Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite and only as authorized in the
Agreement, for a period as specified by Cellebrite, but, in any case, no longer than seven (7)
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days. Any time-limited license for the Embedded Software on a Forensic Product shall be
ii.
discretion. Buyer agrees to provide to Cellebrite one or more email addresses at which
Cellebrite can contact Buyer for communications from Cellebrite, including regarding
Updates or Upgrades. Buyer shall provide Cellebrite with updated email address(es) each
time such email address(es) change.
Forensic Products Exclusions. Any use or operation of the Cellebrite UFED family of products
(including without limitation, UFED Logical, UFED Ultimate, UFED Physical Analyzer) in
connection with any product and/or cellular device developed, manufactured, produced,
programmed, assembled or otherwise maintained by any corporation, shall be permitted only
after the User of the Cellebrite UFED family of products has obtained any consents or approvals
required (to the extent required) pursuant to applicable law in the jurisdiction in which such use
is made. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CELLEBRITE, ITS OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR
REPRESENTATIVES BE LIABLE TO USER OR ANY OTHER THIRD PARTY UNDER ANY CAUSE OF
ACTION (WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE) FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY
WHATSOEVER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE USE OF THE CELLEBRITE UFED FAMILY OF
PRODUCTS IN CONNECTION WITH ANY PRODUCT AND/OR CELLULAR DEVICE DEVELOPED,
MANUFACTURED, PRODUCED, PROGRAMMED, ASSEMBLED OR OTHERWISE MAINTAINED BY ANY
CORPORATION, WITHOUT OBTAINING THE APPLICABLE CONSENTS AND APPROVALS. User
agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Cellebrite its directors, shareholders and employees, from
and against any damages, claims, liabilities and expenses (including legal fees) arising as a result
of the use of the Cellebrite UFED family of products in connection with any product and/or
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cellular device developed, manufactured, produced, programmed, assembled or otherwise
maintained by any corporation, without obtaining the applicable consents and approvals.
Reserved.
No Right to Sublicense or Assign. Except to the extent otherwise required by applicable law or
expressly provided for assignment generally in the Agreement, no license provided in this Section
2 is sublicensable, transferable or assignable by Buyer, including by operation of law, change of
control, merger, purchase or otherwise, without the prior written consent of Cellebrite in each
instance. Other than as expressly permitted by the foregoing, any attempted sublicense,
transfer or assignment by Buyer shall be null and void.
License Prohibitions. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this EULA, Buyer shall not,
alone, through a User, an Affiliate or a Third Party (or allow a User, an Affiliate or a Third Party to):
(a) modify any Software; (b) reverse compile, reverse assemble, reverse engineer or otherwise
translate all or any portion of any Software; (c) pledge, rent, lease, share, distribute, sell or create
derivative works of any Software; (d) use any Software on a time sharing, service bureau,
application service provider (ASP), rental or other similar basis; (e) make copies of any Software,
except as provided for in the license grant above; (e) remove, alter or deface (or attempt any of
the foregoing) proprietary notices, labels or marks in any Software; (f) distribute any copy of any
Software to any Third Party, including without limitation selling any Product with Embedded
Software in a secondhand market; (g) use any Embedded Software other than with Products
provided by Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite or for more than the number of
Products purchased from Cellebrite or an authorized reseller of Cellebrite; (h) disclose the results
of testing or benchmarking of any Software to any Third Party without the prior written consent
of Cellebrite; (i) use any Update or Upgrade beyond those to which Buyer is entitled or with any
Software to which Buyer does not have a valid, current license; (j) deactivate, modify or impair the
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functioning of any disabling code in any Software; (k) circ
protection mechanisms or license management mechanisms (l) use the Software in violation of
any applicable law or to support any illegal activity; (m) use the Software to violate the rights of
any Third Party; or (n) attempt any of the foregoing. Cellebrite expressly reserves the right to
seek all available legal and equitable remedies to prevent any of the foregoing and to recover any
lost profits, damages or costs resulting from any of the foregoing.
H. Legal Exception. Buyer agrees that, to the extent that any applicable laws (including without
limitation national laws implementing EC Directive 91/250 on the Legal Protection of Computer
Programs) give Buyer the right to reverse engineer any Software to make it interoperable without
I.
desire and, no later than sixty (60) days following receipt of such request, Cellebrite may decide
either: (a) to perform the work to achieve such interoperability and charge its then-standard rates
for such work to Buyer; or (b) to permit Buyer to reverse engineer parts of the Software only to the
extent necessary to achieve such interoperability. Only if and after Cellebrite, at its sole
di
Network Usage
and Internet connection for the limited purpose of transmitting license-related data at the time of
installation, registration, use or update of Software to a Cellebrite-operated license server. At
such time, Cellebrite may validate the license-related data in order to protect Cellebrite against
unlicensed or illegal use of the Software. Cellebrite may, at its option, only permit activation of
license server.
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3) OWNERSHIP Cellebrite (or its licensors) retains ownership of all right, title and interest in and to
the Software and Documentation and any derivative works thereof, and all copies of the Software.
Nothing in this EULA constitutes a sale, transfer or conveyance of any right, title or interest in the
Software or Documentation and any derivative works thereof. Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary, all Software is licensed and not sold and any reference to a sale of Software shall be
understood as a license to Software under the terms and conditions of the Agreement.
4) CONFIDENTIALITY Buyer agrees the Software and Documentation are the confidential
information of Cellebrite. Buyer shall maintain the Software and Documentation in confidence,
using the same degree of care it uses for its own confidential information, but at least reasonable
care.
5) EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
A. Definitions. For purposes of the exclusive remedies and limitations of liability set forth in this
Section 5, Cellebrite shall be deemed to include its subsidiaries and affiliates and the directors,
officers, employees, agents, representatives, shareholders, subcontractors and suppliers of
each of them; and "damages" shall be deemed to refer collectively to all injury, damage, loss
or expense incurred.
B. Exclusive Remedies
for any damages caused by any Software defect or failure, or arising from the performance or
non-performance of any obligation hereunder, regardless of the form of action, whether in
contract, tort including negligence, strict liability or otherwise shall be:
i.
damages; and
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ii.
to direct damages
that are proven, in an amount not to exceed the total amount paid by Buyer to Cellebrite during
the twelve (12) month period that immediately preceded the event that gave rise to the
applicable claim.
C. Limitation of Liability. Notwithstanding any other provision of this EULA, CELLEBRITE shall NOT
be liable for incidental, indirect, special, exemplary or consequential damages, including but not
limited to lost profits, savings or revenues of any kind, whether or not CELLEBRITE has been
advised of the possibility of such damages. This provision shall APPLY EVEN IN THE EVENT OF
THE failure of an exclusive remedy.
D. No Liability to any Third Party. TO THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED EXTENT, CELLEBRITE DISCLAIMS
ANY AND ALL LIABILITIES OR OBLIGATIONS WHATSOEVER RELATED TO THE SOFTWARE OR ITS
LICENSING TO OR USE BY ANYONE OTHER THAN BUYER.
6) BUYER INDEMNITY Buyer will, at its expense: (i) indemnify and hold Cellebrite and its affiliates,
officers and directors harmless from any claim (whether brought by a Third Party or an employee,
Agreement was used in a manner other than as authorized under this EULA, including but not
limited to using the Product or Software in a m
rights under the United States Constitution (or its equivalent in the Territory) or misappropriating a
costs and liabilities (including reasonable attorney fees) incurred relating to such claim; and (iii) pay
all settlements, damages and costs assessed against Cellebrite and attributable to such claim.
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7) DISABLING CODE
A. Disabling Code. Software may be provided to Buyer with disabling code that allows
Cellebrite to disable such Software or the Products such Software is embedded in. Any
Updates or Upgrades to the Software may include disabling code. Cellebrite agrees not to
invoke such disabling code except as prov
consent, which may be given by telephone or email.
B. Invocation of Disabling Code. In addition to the invocation of disabling code when Cellebrite
e may, at its option, invoke
reasonable discretion, Cellebrite believes that such Software has been, is being or will be used in
violation of laws; (ii) if Cellebrite is required to do so, because of a court or regulatory order; (iii) if
Buyer has not paid an outstanding invoice more than sixty (60) days after such invoice is due; or
icense. Cellebrite shall
have no liability to Buyer for any good faith invocation of any such disabling code.
8) TERM AND TERMINATION
A. Term
Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) the license to any Embedded Software may be terminated
if Buyer has not paid an invoice sixty (60) days after such invoice is due; and (ii) the license to
any Standalone Software is only during the License Term. The License Term shall be
determined in a separate agreement between Cellebrite and the Buyer.
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B.
C.
Termination. Cellebrite shall have the right to terminate this EULA upon thirty (30) days prior
written notice to the other party if such other party has not cured any material breach of this
EULA by the end of such thirty (30) day notice period. Upon termination of this EULA for any
reason, (i) Buyer shall be responsible for payment for all purchase orders delivered to Buyer by
Cellebrite before the effective date of termination; and (ii) Buyer shall destroy all copies of the
Survival. The provisions of Sections 1, 2.C, 2.E, 2.F, 2.G, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.C, and 9-13 of this EULA shall
survive any termination in accordance with their terms. In addition, any purchase order
accepted by Cellebrite prior to the effective date of termination shall survive in accordance with
its terms.
9) CHOICE OF LAW; JURISDICTION The construction, interpretation, and performance of the
Agreement and all transactions under it shall be governed by the laws of the State in which the
Cellebrite entity engaged by Buyer is incorporated (the "Governing State"), excluding its choice of
law rules and excluding the Convention for the International Sale of Goods. Buyer acknowledges
that the courts of the Governing State shall have exclusive jurisdiction with respect to any dispute
arising under this Agreement, which is initiated against Cellebrite by Buyer or any Third Party on its
behalf. Notwithstanding the above: (i) to the extent Cellebrite Mobile Synchronization Ltd. has
engaged Buyer, the courts of Tel-Aviv shall have exclusive jurisdiction with respect to any dispute
arising under this Agreement, which is initiated against Cellebrite by Buyer or any Third Party on its
behalf; and (ii) to the extent Cellebrite USA Inc. has engaged Buyer, the courts of the State of New
York shall have exclusive jurisdiction with respect to any dispute arising under this Agreement,
which is initiated against Cellebrite by Buyer or any Third Party on its behalf. For the avoidance of
any doubt, Buyer further acknowledges and agrees that Cellebrite shall be allowed, at its sole and
absolute discretion, to initiate any dispute against Buyer in any jurisdiction worldwide (whether in
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or outside the Governing State), including with respect to any application for injunctive remedies
(or an equivalent type of urgent legal relief).
10) ASSIGNMENT Neither party may assign its rights and obligations hereunder without the prior
written consent of the other party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may assign this
EULA to any Affiliate of the other or to an acquirer (by purchase, merger or otherwise) of all or
assignee agrees in writing to be bound by the terms and conditions of this EULA, (ii) neither the
assignor nor assignee are in default hereunder. Any attempted assignment other than as
permitted shall be null and void.
11) NON-WAIVER No course of dealing or failure of either party to strictly enforce any term, right or
condition of this Agreement shall be construed as a waiver of such term, right or condition.
12) ENTIRE AGREEMENT The terms and conditions contained in this Agreement supersede all prior
oral or written understandings between the parties and shall constitute the entire agreement
between the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement, except as provided for
in the preamble to this Agreement regarding the order of precedence. This Agreement shall not
be modified or amended except by a writing signed by Buyer and Cellebrite.
13) CONSTRUCTION; SEVERABILITY The headings used in this Agreement are for reference
purposes only and will not be deemed to limit, expand or in any way affect the interpretation of
any term or provision hereof. If any provision or part hereof shall be held to be invalid or
unenforceable for any reason, then the meaning of such provision or part hereof shall be
construed so as to render it enforceable to the extent feasible. If no feasible interpretation would
save such provision or part hereof, it shall be severed herefrom, but without in any way affecting
the remainder of such provision or any other provision contained herein, all of which shall
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continue in full force and effect unless such severance effects such a material change as to render
the Agreement unreasonable. In case of any inconsistency between this Agreement and any other
agreement, document and/or instrument entered into by Buyer and Cellebrite, the terms of this
Agreement shall prevail.
14) WARRANTY
A. Hardware Warranty. Cellebrite warrants that each Product, including all firmware and
excluding Software (for which the warranty is only as provided under Section D below), but
not related services or prototypes of any such Product, shall be materially in conformance
with the written specification furnished or agreed to by Cellebrite for twelve (12) months after
acceptance (the "Warranty Period"). If any failure to materially conform to such specification
("Defect") is suspected in any Product during the Warranty Period, Buyer, after obtaining
return authorization information from Cellebrite, shall ship suspected defective samples of the
duct will be accepted
for repair, replacement, credit or refund without the written authorization of Cellebrite.
Cellebrite shall analyze the failures, making use, when appropriate, of technical information
provided by Buyer relating to the circumstances surrounding the failures. Cellebrite will verify
whether any Defect appears in the Product. If a returned Product does not have a Defect,
Buyer shall pay Cellebrite all costs of handling, inspection, repairs and transportation at
-prevailing rates. If a returned Product has a Defect, Cellebrite shall, at
Product without charge or, if such repair or replacement has not occurred by the thirtieth
(30th
option) the purchase price within ten (10) days after such thirtieth (30th) day; provided: (i)
Buyer notifies Cellebrite in writing of the claimed Defect within thirty (30) days after Buyer
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knows or reasonably should know of the claimed Defect, (ii) the claimed Defect actually exists,
and (iii) the Defect appears within the Warranty Period. Cellebrite shall ship any replacement
B.
event shall Cellebrite be responsible for de-installation or reinstallation of any Product or for
the expenses thereof. Repairs and replacements covered by the above warranty are
warranted to be free from Defects as set forth above with respect to any Defect that appears
(i) within six (6) months from the date of repair or replacement or (ii) prior to the expiration of
the original Warranty Period, whichever is later.
Touch Screen Exclusion. Notwithstanding Section A, the Warranty Period for the touch screen of
Product until thirty (30) days after such date, and Cellebrite warrants such touch screen only to
C.
Warranty of Title. Cellebrite warrants that any title conveyed hereunder (excluding Software)
shall be good and its transfer rightful, and that the Products delivered under this EULA shall be
free from all liens, encumbrances and restrictions. Cellebrite further warrants that it has all rights
and powers necessary to perform its obligations under this EULA and that to its knowledge, it has
the right to grant the licenses and other rights provided to Buyer by this EULA.
D. Software Warranty. Cellebrite warrants to Buyer that for a period of sixty (60) days after the date
of shipment, the Software will perform substantially in conformity with its Documentation. As
its sole obligation, promptly repair or replace any Software that fails to meet this limited warranty.
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E.
Exclusions. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this warranty, the warranties herein do
not apply to, and Cellebrite makes no warranties with respect to defects in Products or Software
in the following cases: (a) Buy
other than as authorized in writing by Cellebrite; (c) placement of the Products or Software in an
operating environment contrary to specific written instructions and training materials provided
damage, fire, loss or theft of a Product; (e) cosmetic damage to the outside of a Product, including
ordinary wear and tear, cracks or scratches; (f) for any Product with a touch screen, any defect in
such a touch screen after thirty (30) days from the date of receipt of such Product, or any defect
caused
Products or Software in a manner that is contrary to specific written instructions provided by
Cellebrite to Buyer; (h) a product or service not provided, authorized or approved by Cellebrite for
use with the Products or Software; (i) any repair services not authorized or approved by Cellebrite;
(j) any design, documentation, materials, test data or diagnostics supplied by Buyer that have not
been authorized or approved by Cellebrite; (k) usage of any test units, experimental products,
prototypes or units from risk lots (each of which is provided "AS IS"); (l) any third party original
t
the phones or models of phones from working with the Products or Software; (m) any damage to
a third party device alleged to or actually caused by or as a result of use of a Product or Software
with a device; (n) any Products that have had their serial numbers or month and year of
manufacture or shipment removed, defected or altered; (o) any interactions or other effects
relating to or arising out of the installation of copies of the Software beyond the number of
copies authorized by an agreement between Cellebrite and Buyer; (p) use of Products or Software
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F.
G.
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incorporated into a system, other than as authorized by Cellebrite; or (q) any Products or Software
that has been resold or otherwise transferred to a third party by Buyer (any Product or Software
affected by the cases in (a)-(q) is referred to hereinafter as an "Excluded Item").
It is expressly clarified that (i) the operation of the Software and/or Product will not be error-free;
(ii) not all defects in the Software and/or Product will be corrected; (iii) the Software may not
operate on hardware or operating systems or in conjunction with other software other than as
expressly specified in the Documentation or approved by Cellebrite in writing.
Warranty Limitations. EXCEPT AS STATED IN THIS WARRANTY, CELLEBRITE, ITS SUBSIDIARIES AND
AFFILIATES, SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
DY FOR
TO REPAIR OR (ii) TO REPLACE OR, (iii) IF NEITHER (i) NOR (ii) IS COMMERCIALLY FEASIBLE, TO
IS DISCLAIMER
AND EXCLUSION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE AND
PRODUCT REMAINS WITH BUYER.
H. Repaired or Replaced Products. Before returning a Product for service, Cellebrite recommends
that Buyer back up any data contained in such a Product. IN NO EVENT WILL CELLEBRITE, ITS
AFFILIATES OR SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE TO BUYER OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY
KIND WHATSOEVER RELATING TO OR ARISING OUT OF DAMAGE TO, OR LOSS OR CORRUPTION
REPLACEMENT SERVICES UNDER THIS WARRANTY, OR AS A RESULT OF A FAILURE OR
MALFUNCTION OF A PRODUCT.
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Index
Index
A
C
Capture images
Android Debugging Bridge method
183
Android extraction methods
Clone SIM
B
Bluetooth Scan
D
Device power-up
252
G
E
H
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I
Extracting Data to
L
F
File system extraction
Index
Logical extraction
Performing File System extraction for an Android
M
Managing the Custom List
Mobile Extrac
N
Physical extraction
O
R
Regulatory compliance
P
Password extraction
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S
T
Test Peek/Poke functionality
Settings
SIM data extraction
U
UFED T
Index
Unlocked devices
V
W
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