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Access to memory trough motherboard

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i have a 3GS that is dead. i've already changed the battery, the switches, the dock station... and nothing. So... i had priceless photos from my kids and i wanna recover them. Is there anyway that i can access the iphone memory directly through the main board?

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Pedro Coelho, here is my answer to similar question "in order to get anything out of the NAND memory, you will require to either purchase a NAND reader $$$ or build your own. for that you will require the data sheet etc. Here is the link for a site where you can get an idea how to build it, here is more of a background information about it, and some more good information on here. There is a good reason why companies charge extensively for data recovery :-)" So at this time I would think that the only way to recover anything from the phone, is either by sending it to a company that specializes in this or trying to fix your phone, which my prompt you for a restore once it's repaired, and thus you might lose what you have stored. Hope this helps, good Luck.

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