New Device Support with UFED 1.9.0.0; New Language Support with UFED Link Analysis 1.8

Following on our release of UFED Physical Analyzer 3.7 just a couple of weeks ago, we’re pleased to release a new firmware version for both UFED Touch and UFED Classic, as well as a new UFED Link Analysis version.

New UFED firmware means new device support

UFED Touch and UFED Classic 1.9.0.0 now offer logical extraction from Samsung Galaxy S4 devices, and from the HTC One, logical along with file system extraction and decoding with user lock bypass. (Watch our video below for details on the HTC One extraction.)

Physical extraction and decoding with user lock bypass is now available for HUAWEI and ZTE devices running any Android OS version. This is possible with proprietary client software. To perform this type of extraction with your UFED Classic, update the EPR file before proceeding.

UFED CHINEX now enables physical extraction with decoding and user lock bypass from additional selected Alcatel devices. Using the UFED Ultimate interface, you can either select the specific model you’re working with, or one of two generic options offered.

Because these options cover different families of devices which are not included in the device list, but can be extracted using the same methods as already-supported devices, you should use the two options in sequential order.

Physical extraction with user lock bypass is now available for selected LG devices; decoding will be added in the future. To perform this extraction, the device boot partition is replaced without affecting the user partition.

UFED Classic Logical extraction enhancement

Cellebrite has improved UFED Classic Logical’s performance by enabling email extraction as part of the logical extraction process. This increases the amount of data available via logical extraction and is therefore beneficial in examinations where time is critical.

Customers who have recently purchased UFED Classic systems, but have not yet budgeted for UFED Touch upgrades, may find this improvement valuable as the number of smartphones they encounter increases.

Multilingual support for UFED Link Analysis

Released May 29, the UFED Link Analysis user interface is now available in 10 different languages besides English: Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

You can select the display language you prefer from the application settings. The language selection will be saved for future sessions as well.

Find our full UFED release notes here.