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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Ripped off Charging Port=Trashed Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 Logic Board?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.

I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.

Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.

I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)

Did I just trash the phone?

Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?

thanks.

CONCLUSION--

I tried my best but... nope, haha. I couldn't for the life of me get those little wire bits to stay.  For now, I'm just going to steer clear of these charging ports. Maybe I'll get some junk parts to practice on (off to ebay!).

Regardless THANKS GUYS for all the info! ^_^

Dispositivo:

Samsung Android Phone

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

196960

Editado por: ali ,

Título:

Replace the logic board on my SamsungRipped off Charging Port=Trashed Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599SCH-T599 Logic Board?
Replace the logic board on my SamsungRipped off Charging Port=Trashed Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599SCH-T599 Logic Board?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.
 
I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.
 
Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.
 
I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)
 
Did I just trash the phone?
 
Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?
 
thanks.
 
CONCLUSION--
 
I tried my best but... nope, haha. I couldn't for the life of me get those little wire bits to stay. For now, I'm just going to steer clear of these charging ports. Maybe I'll get some junk parts to practice on (off to ebay!).
 
Regardless THANKS GUYS for all the info! ^_^

Dispositivo:

Samsung Android Phone

Estatus:

open

Editado por: ali ,

Título:

Replace the logic board on my Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.
 
I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.
 
Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.
 
I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)
 
Did I just trash the phone?
 
Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?
 
thanks.
 
CONCLUSION--
I tried my best but... nope, haha. I couldn't for the life of me get those little wire bits to stay. For now, I'm just going to steer clear of these charging ports. Maybe I'll get some junk parts to practice on (off to ebay!).
Regardless THANKS GUYS for all the info! ^_^

Dispositivo:

Samsung Android Phone

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Walter Galan ,

Título:

desoldered charging port, pulled up metal, damagedReplace the logicboardlogic board on my Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599?
desoldered charging port, pulled up metal, damagedReplace the logicboardlogic board on my Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.

I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.

Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.

I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)

Did I just trash the phone?

Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?

thanks.

Dispositivo:

Samsung Android Phone
Samsung Android Phone

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Sam Goldheart ,

Título:

desoldered charging port, pulled up metal, damaged the logicboard?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.
 
I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung exhibitGalaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.
I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung exhibitGalaxy Exhibit SCH-T599 charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.
 
Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.
 
I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)
 
Did I just trash the phone?
 
Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?
 
thanks.

Dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599Phone
Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599Phone

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: ali ,

Título:

desoldered charging port, pulled up metal, damaged the logicboard?

Texto:

Believe I have made a noobie mistake.

I was having a hard time desoldering a Samsung exhibit charging port. Because of past trial and errors I didn't use a heating gun, only a soldering iron. I desoldered the sides, heated the pins solder and pulled the port up and off.

Those little metal 'thingys' (that the pins make contact with) CAME OFF the logicboard, still stuck to the solder on the pins.

I got the little metal pieces off the old port (but lost one of them...)

Did I just trash the phone?

Can someone at least tell me what the heck those little metal bits are called?

thanks.

Dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy Exhibit SCH-T599

Estatus:

open