2060-810035 Data Unlock SATA Connector is used to convert the 810035 USB PCB to SATA interface meanwhile the data out of this converted SATA interface is not encrypted. That’s to say, users don’t need to solder wires any more on the original USB PCB to decrypt the data. All users need to do is to install this connector simply to the original USB PCB and then users can image the patient HDD or extract the lost data directly by SATA interface successfully.
Please note: this 2060-810035 Data Unlock SATA Connector doesn’t unlock rom and firmware, it helps only to decrypt the data. If users need unlock PCB to access the firmware area, users need to check the 810035 firmware unlocked PCB.
For new 810035 drives, after users get unlock PCB to access the firmware area and repair the firmware corruption, users can get the date encryption problem. For common methods, users can do manual wire soldering on the original USB PCB to SATA to decrypt the data or users need to connect the original USB PCB to image the patient HDD in data-unlocked status. But in many cases, the USB interfaces can be damaged or not stable at all and manual soldering causes more or less some damages to the original USB PCB and add to the risk of losing the original USB PCB and finally the cases failed.
Therefore, this 2060-810035 Data Unlock SATA Connector was created to make things easiler, no soldering to get visible data, no soldering to get data transfer by faster and more stable SATA interface.
Video Demo on how to use this SATA Connector