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Help! I need to skip the phone pattern (PAYLOAD)


MetalShadow
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Hi, I don't know much English and I don't know if I'm writing correctly.

I have a big problem that I haven't found a solution for anywhere. My problem is that my phone has a blocking pattern and I don't remember it.

I bought a rubber duck to program a payload to enable me to transfer images to the pc or I also thought about activating the USB debug mode or developer mode. 
The problem is that I can't find a way to tell the duck to do it.

What can I do? Can I rescue the photos from my mobile phone or will I have to format it and lose everything?

Thank you very much.

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You cannot do such things with a rubber ducky unless you know the pattern/pin.

The best thing you can do is:

1. If you have an android, try using google's phone recovery service. If you logged in with your google account on your android you should be able to recover your files.

2. If you have an apple phone, try using apple's phone recovery service. If you logged in with your appleID/iCloud on your iOS phone you should be able to recover your files.

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Thank you for responding,
So there is no way to enter or activate ADB with a payload without removing the Pattern?? or activate the transfer of images to the pc?

I have seen that the PIN code can be programmed to force test codes.


I have read on other sites that it is possible to do this. If you look at it, below it talks about android debugging mode and ADB.

Guide use for android

I also found this payload but it only works for Android 5 or lower. The one I use is 10

Github

 

Thank you very much.

 
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On 1/5/2021 at 11:22 AM, MetalShadow said:

Nothing? I can't do anything?
how do the police get information from a mobile phone or a broken hard drive? 

 

Thanks 

 

 

A broken harddrive is different from a locked phone, I'd rather compare a locked phone with a locked harddrive (e.g. with bitlocker)

The police sure can pull the data from the phone, however they probably won't do this with a rubber ducky/bash bunny.

A harddrive, if protected good enough, is not recoverable (imo).

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