http://ebongeek.com/2011/04/20/the-cellebrite-ufed-allows-law-enforcement-to-download-all-your-smart-phone-data/ I recently came across this article, which concerned me. I personally have nothing to hide, but I do feel that this could potentially be an invasion of privacy, should the cops ever need/want to access your smart phone. My question is, what good is the android password/lock if it can simply be bypassed with this simple machine? Can android encryption (available since gingerbread) prevent this machine from accessing your phone? Because I've hooked up my phone to my computer, while my droid 3 had encryption enabled for both my phone and SD card, and my computer read it with no problems. What's to stop law enforcement from simply plugging it into a computer at the PD? Whether police have a right to access the files on my phone or not isn't important to me, I'm just concerned with whether there's any way to prevent this machine from reading data on your android phone. I care deeply for my privacy and liberty.