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    i do everything as u told
    iPhone:~ root# /bin/dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 bs=1M | nc 192.168.1.72 7000
    iPhone:~ root#

    and it looks nothing is going on

    i left it for 3 hours but rdisk0s2 file is 0 bytes
    Last edited by zion22; 09-18-2009 at 03:22 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zion22 View Post
    i do everything as u told
    iPhone:~ root# /bin/dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 bs=1M | nc 192.168.1.72 7000
    iPhone:~ root#

    Did you - in another terminal session - do

    nc -l -p 7000 | dd of=./rdisk0s2 bs=1M

    This is the netcat command to wait for the data. After that your above command will send the data. So you have to have opened two terninal sessions at a time. btw 192.168.1.72 is the Ip of your PC, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Did you - in another terminal session - do

    nc -l -p 7000 | dd of=./rdisk0s2 bs=1M

    This is the netcat command to wait for the data. After that your above command will send the data. So you have to have opened two terninal sessions at a time. btw 192.168.1.72 is the Ip of your PC, right?
    yes i did i left it for 3hr but rdisk0s2 files 0 bytes

    i tryed it and tryed it i think now it working rdisk0s2 file is 64mb how do i know when is done?
    Last edited by zion22; 09-18-2009 at 03:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion22 View Post
    yes i did i left it for 3hr but rdisk0s2 files 0 bytes

    i tryed it and tryed it i think now it working rdisk0s2 file is 64mb how do i know when is done?
    It will take hours, once done the terminal session will tell you how many bits and bytes it transferred. On my 8GB 3G it took 3.5 hours, on my 16 GB 3G it took almost 5 hours.

    Just dont interrupt the process until the terminal window tells you the session ended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    It will take hours, once done the terminal session will tell you how many bits and bytes it transferred. On my 8GB 3G it took 3.5 hours, on my 16 GB 3G it took almost 5 hours.

    Just dont interrupt the process until the terminal window tells you the session ended.
    it still doing it but iphone lost couple times connection but i didnt touch it, so it continued doing it automatically is it ok? my iphone is 16gb it doing now maybe 4hr already and it still 4gb to go
    after i get file what should i do run photorec?


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    iPhone:~ root# /bin/dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 bs=1M | nc 192.168.1.64 7000
    /bin/dd: reading `/dev/rdisk0s2': Device not configured
    13588+0 records in
    13588+0 records out
    14248050688 bytes (14 GB) copied, 19586.3 s, 727 kB/s
    i can understand that it now photorec?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion22 View Post
    iPhone:~ root# /bin/dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 bs=1M | nc 192.168.1.64 7000
    /bin/dd: reading `/dev/rdisk0s2': Device not configured
    13588+0 records in
    13588+0 records out
    14248050688 bytes (14 GB) copied, 19586.3 s, 727 kB/s
    i can understand that it now photorec?
    You got it. Quit both terminal windows and download photorec here:
    TestDisk Download - CGSecurity
    Photorec is pretty straight forward to use, check it out here
    PhotoRec Step By Step - CGSecurity

    have fun, you made it!

    happy recovering
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    sorry for asking again but which options i should use:

    1) # photorec image.dd to carve a raw disk image
    2) # photorec image.E01 to recover files from an Encase EWF image

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion22 View Post
    sorry for asking again but which options i should use:

    1) # photorec image.dd to carve a raw disk image
    2) # photorec image.E01 to recover files from an Encase EWF image
    I did never trythe linux version, on Mac OS x what is unix you'd

    ./photorec rdisk0s2

    Just put the photorec in the same directory rdisk0s2 is in and run the command.

    You'll get photorec running then on the image, select HFS+ as file system, this will work. just paly around with the settings, you wont destroy the image. Make sure to not activate all recovery option, just jpg, sqlite, ... the one's you want to restore.
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    As far as I understand the Linux how-to:


    The command would be
    sudo testdisk-6.9/linux/photorec_static rdisk0s2

    You'd have to move rdisk0s2 into the directory testdisk-6.9/linux/ to do so. This will select the image for recovery and start up Photorec
    Last edited by volkspost; 09-18-2009 at 11:28 PM. Reason: typo in the directories name
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