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Plain text data recovery can be done using a straightforward process like using any data recovery tool. But encrypted data or cipher text recovery cannot be done. Only the proper decryption can restore the data. So make it sure to decrypt the data before removing storage device. After removing storage drive like SD card without decryption, it is very ...


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Deleted photos, yes. Encrypted photos, no. If PhotoRec or ZAR can't recover them, they're gone. (ZAR even bypasses the CPU in the SD card, so it doesn't matter if the card is accessible or not.) and they can only recover data that looks like photos. "Data" that looks like random data (which is what an encrypted file looks like) isn't "recoverable" with file ...


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Auto updates are not available yet, but you can update your phone with this recipe: https://www.bfccomputing.com/updating-cyanogenmod-11-kitkat-milestones-on-encrypted-devices/ Worked smoothly for me between CM 11 versions on a Galaxy Note 2 (t0lte).


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I downloaded the Android source and found the answer. The wild guess turns out to be right. This is the mapping: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 If your pattern is from top-left to top-right (0->1->2) then down to bottom-right (2->5->8), the string version of the password is "01258". The source for this comes from LockPatternUtils in package ...


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Before encrypting you should: Ensure all your contacts are associated with, and synced to, your Google account. This can be verified by viewing your contacts online at https://www.google.com/contacts. Your photos and other media are backed up. Photos and videos can be automatically saved with the Google+ app. Any other files/data can be saved to your ...



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