Completely Broken Phone and onboard Data

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I had a quote of $500, I haven’t done it yet. If I could remember what I had on there that would make it easier. Lol

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Chance yes.

But only the most determined team could pull it off. They would strip it down to see what chips would hold the pictures then remove that chip and install it in an exact same model phone and see if the data shows up.

It's something very advanced and costs can be in the 5 figures US Dollars.

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