I was curious if a Android mobile is erased using DBAN, then can the Android be reinstalled on the mobile or it becomes useless ?
As the question already is answered with the line of comments to it, I'll take the freedom to sum up the details to make them easier to find:
What is DBAN?
My first point was that I never heard of DBAN before, so I had to look it up. Luckily, my first hit was Wikipedia (which article I linked here), and it answered this question quite compactly:
So we are not talking about some "remote attack" destroying your device, but a willful wiping of the "drives".
What could DBAN wipe on an Android device?
This question was answered by eldarerathis and GAThrawn in the comments: Unless there is an Android version of DBAN which can be executed directly on the device, DBAN is limited to the SD-Card and internal storage (the storage devices offered to the computer via UMS). It cannot access e.g. the
So what about restoring the Android system?
Nothing. No need for this. As described in the previous section, DBAN at maximum can access two of the data partitions. But it cannot access