I'm trying to do this, I'm sure you don't wanna read all that then I'll make a resume on it: A file was accidentally deleted on a iPod4, I need to recover it and I've been able to do all the process through SSH and DD.
I was using this command:
root@g1:/home/gustav# ssh firstname.lastname@example.org dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2s1 bs=1M | dd of=iphone-use2.img email@example.com's password: Write failed: Broken pipe 4113088+0 records in 4113088+0 records out 2105901056 bytes (2.1 GB) copied, 51107.2 s, 41.2 kB/s
And then I was having this error - I had the error twice, the first time I had it I could make a ISO file of ~11GB, the second time I've made a file of ~2GB. I presume the dd process can stop due to unknown reasons then I had the idea of using the DD to make splits of the iPod's harddrive.
Then I've started to use these commands:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2s1 of=iphone1.img bs=1M count=1024 ssh email@example.com dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2s1 skip=1024 of=iphone1.img bs=1M count=1024 ...
The problem now is: When I was using the first command, the DD was copying the ISO file to my computer, with this second command it's copying the ISO file to the iPod's harddrive, how can I specify where the output file is going? I want it copied to my computer, I'm aware that it may involve some alteration on the
of argument but I don't know how to do it, can you help me?
Also, why the first command make a copy of the iPod's disk to my computer drive and the second make a copy of my iPod's disk to itself, if the
of argument is similar on both?