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Very dominant in terms of market share.
Is 7.4% of smartphone market share. 60% of all
Android devices globally.
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UFED is not limited to Samsung Galaxy S4.
Sold only to corporate and government
organizations.
It can extract data from at least 8000 devices as of
mid-2012. The UFED supports and interacts with
cellular protocols that include CDMA, GSM, IDEN
and TDMA and can interface with operating
systems such as iOS, Android OS, Blackberry, etc.
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Before extraction, make sure phone is fully charged!
1. In the UFED touch main menu, select physical extraction from the
options. In vendor list, you can then select Samsung CDMA.
2. In model menu, type name of the model that you want to extract from.
3. Select where you want to save the extraction (removable drive or PC).
Read and follow instructions for UFED Touch carefully. You will need
adapter cable A and T-133 from the cable kit and Cellebrite Extension
Cable.
4. Remove and insert phone’s battery. Connect T-133 to cable A and
connect the cable to the Cellebrite Extension Cable. Connect phone to the
T-133. It should go into download mode and display a logo.
5. Connect the phone to UFED Touch. Press Continue. Connect the
Removable Drive or PC Cable to UFED Touch’s target cords. UFED
Touch will recognize the drive or PC and continue automatically to
extraction screen. Once extraction is complete, you can view and analyze
the extracted data in UFED physical analyzer.
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Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S4, market share and
popularity of the HTC One is indefinite. HTC One
is ahead of Blackberry and Nokia. A
At least six senior executives have left company in
last two years.
HTC One market share has hope for both pessimism
and optimism.
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TWRP Recovery can be used for the HTC One.
It can also be used for devices such as Sprint
Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Galaxy Note 2, The
Galaxy S4, the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire.
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1. Make sure the bootloader is unlocked. Install HTC Sync Manager or USB Drivers onto
your computer. Next, download the TWRP recovery image and renaming it as
recovery.img. Then download ADB Fastboot and extract the zip onto your desktop:
Android SDK Fastboot-ADB.zip. Also download the Koush’s SuperUser rooting package
and copy it onto your device as Superuser.zip.
2. Open the Android SDK Fastboot-ADB Folder and copy the TWRP recovery image file to
this folder. Next, you want to open the cmd window which exists inside the folder. This can
be done by simultaneously pressing the Shift Key and right clicking the mouse and then
selecting “Open command window here.” You then paste the following at the blink of the
cursor: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img. Turn off the HTC One and reboot it into the
Bootloader mode. This can be done by turning the phone off and holding the Volume down
and power buttons together.
3. Scroll down and highlight FASTBOOT USB. You connect the HTC One device to the
computer using the USB cable and wait till the device drivers have been installed. You then
press the enter key. After this is done, you can dismiss the cmd window and select the
“Reboot Bootloader” option. Then select “Reboot.”
4. Copy the “Superuse.zip” onto your phone. Then reboot the device into Bootloader again
and select the Recovery button. This boots the HTC One into TWRP recovery. Select
“install” option and select the Superuser.zip file. After Superuser is installed onto the
phone, you should go to the main menu and reboot the device.

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