Huawei Mobile Phone – Data Recovery.
Huawei’s mobile phone technology is a typical example of the difficulties evident in un-bundling and managing user interests in a complex technological environment.
Huawei parts and applications are sourced under licence from manufacturers across the globe. The motherboard, RF transceivers and audio chips are fabricated by HiSilicon China. The network signalling chips are made by Skyworks, Massachusetts, USA, and Qorvo, North Carolina. The Flash Storage by Micron Technologies, Idaho and the DRAM by SK Hynix, a South Korea. Similar silicon building blocks can be found in Apple and other Mobiles. All of these assemblies, interconnects and security is brought together under the control of an OS whose delivery and update is controlled by “big brother” corporations.
Recovering user and evidence data from such products and networks involves a detailed understanding of functionality, interconnects and interfaces. If this knowledge is to become restricted then datlabs mobile phone data recovery work will be rendered difficult enough to seriously impede and frustrate international criminal investigations