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Versión actual por: Ron Davis ,

Título:

Micro-USB power port is broken

Texto:

-After only two weeks, the HTC Evo's micro-USB power port failed, maintaining a connection only when I press on the connector in one specific position. I can pay Sprint $120 for a new phone (they won't cover this kind of damage, even though the problem is an obvious factory defect or design flaw), or I can send it into HTC for repair (paying for outbound shipping and waiting up to 10 days to get my Evo back). How difficult would it be to re-solder the connector for a non-expert?
+After only two weeks, the HTC Evo's micro-USB power port failed, maintaining a connection only when I press on the connector in one specific position. I can pay Sprint $120 for a new phone (They won't cover this kind of damage, even though the problem is an obvious factory defect or design flaw.), or I can send it to HTC for repair (paying for outbound shipping and waiting up to 10 days to get my Evo back). How difficult would it be for a non-expert to resolder the connector?

Dispositivo:

HTC Evo 4G

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

46284

Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Micro-USB power port is broken

Texto:

After only two weeks, the HTC Evo's micro-USB power port failed, maintaining a connection only when I press on the connector in one specific position. I can pay Sprint $120 for a new phone (they won't cover this kind of damage, even though the problem is an obvious factory defect or design flaw), or I can send it into HTC for repair (paying for outbound shipping and waiting up to 10 days to get my Evo back). How difficult would it be to re-solder the connector for a non-expert?

Dispositivo:

HTC Evo 4G

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+46284

Aporte original por: Goober Mayberry ,

Título:

Micro-USB power port is broken

Texto:

After only two weeks, the HTC Evo's micro-USB power port failed, maintaining a connection only when I press on the connector in one specific position. I can pay Sprint $120 for a new phone (they won't cover this kind of damage, even though the problem is an obvious factory defect or design flaw), or I can send it into HTC for repair (paying for outbound shipping and waiting up to 10 days to get my Evo back). How difficult would it be to re-solder the connector for a non-expert?

Dispositivo:

HTC Evo 4G

Estatus:

open