I have edited your question to make it easier to read. Let me know if I got it wrong.
I want to learn how to do different forensics things in linux. My phone is a Samsung Code with windows mobile 6. Do you know if Ubuntu or Backtrack can mount the phone without the microsd card in it? I want to make a dd copy of the system's memory where the pictures and videos are stored. Thanks.
What you want to do is called "sim-card data recovery" - that is where the user storage is normally located. There are a number of different ways to do this.
Is this your phone?
Samsung SCH i220 Code
... Samsung gsm phones will usually connect to any recent distro via bluetooth or usb. The gnome-bluetooth tool should share files. But the phone has to be set up to act as a mass storage device.
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