This is a feature I would love. I am doing a forensic analysis of an image of an Android phone that was gathered by Cellebrite UFED now and it is painful. I started with the Cellebrite Physical Image (the .UFD and .BIN files), when I attempt to add the .BIN file as a disk image it gives me the error “Cannot determine file system type (sector 0)”.
I believe the issue is that Cellebrite is combining all of the partitions into a single file rather than splitting them out into separate files the way Autopsy would want it. I’d love if someone could write a module that could import these.
My solution: we used Cellebrite Physical Analyzer to import the .BIN/.UFD files and generate the UFED Report (.UFDR) file. I was then able to open it with Cellebrite Reader (a free tool that does not require a license) and extract the USRDATA folder, which contained the entire contents of /data. I was then able to add this into Autopsy as a logical file system: the Android ingest module ran across it and was able to load the databases.
Would be far better if we had a module that could load the physical .BIN image though, so we could see free space, etc.