The Droid Razr is an Android-based, 4G LTE-capable smartphone designed by Motorola.

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Can memory on board (16GB) be removed and accessed?


can memory on board (16GB) be removed and accessed if one dismantles a Razr Maxx?

Can the 16GB SanDisk NAND flash chip (SDIN5C1-16G) be removed and plugged into some sort of reader?



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Scott Luckman, yes there are NAND Flash memory readers that are commercial available. Places like this have them for `$200 + cost for the software Here is another model. Or you can go all out and build your own, by following this link. So, is it possible, absolutely, but it will require plenty of resources...:-)Hope this helps, good luck.

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Thanks old turkey! Plenty of resources indeed. Software appears to be of great value here. Thank you for the info, much appreciated. Quite astonishing how this embedded NAND is so difficult to read post mortem. I wonder if the engineering is intentional so when a dead phone is found it is not accessed with ease? Essentially if i read correctly it is a flash chip in essence without the built in (firmware?) consumer chips employ? Fascinating puzzle.


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