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Versión actual por: Angewolf ,

Título:

Desoldered micro usb pads/golden fingers

Texto:

First,When i know that this is for replacing whole board and almost impossible job, but let me exercise.

I got my hands on a phone with very badly broken
removed the usb port, it was replaced before.

When i removed it
port from the board some of the soldering pads were missing.
First,When i know that this is for replacing whole board and almost impossible job, but let me exercise.

I got my hands on a phone with very badly broken
removed the usb port, it was replaced before.

When i removed it
port from the board some of the soldering pads were missing.
First i tried to replace them with some pads from dead board but the board was so eaten i didn't had any copper to solder them.
 
So with a very thin sand paper i scratched the surface then i could see the copper.
 
I've seen that people make bridges with copper wires and solder them slightly up from where usually the legs of the usb port land. But where do i need to put the wires, is there another layer on the pcb?
Because
Because i don't see any trace paths.
I've seen that people make bridges with copper wires and solder them slightly up from where usually the legs of the usb port land. But where do i need to put the wires, is there another layer on the pcb?
Because
Because i don't see any trace paths.

Dispositivo:

Huawei Y625

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Angewolf ,

Título:

Desoldered micro usb pads/golden fingers

Texto:

First, i know that this is for replacing whole board and almost impossible job, but let me exercise.
 
I got my hands on a phone with very badly broken usb port, it was replaced before.
 
When i removed it from the board some of the soldering pads were missing.
 
First i tried to replace them with some pads from dead board but the board was so eaten i didn't had any copper to solder them.
 
So with a very thin sand paper i scratched the surface then i could see the copper.
 
I've seen that people make bridges with copper wires and solder them slightly up from where usually the legs of the usb port land. But where do i need to put the wires? Because iwires, is there another layer on the pcb?
Because i
don't see any trace paths.
I've seen that people make bridges with copper wires and solder them slightly up from where usually the legs of the usb port land. But where do i need to put the wires? Because iwires, is there another layer on the pcb?
Because i
don't see any trace paths.

Dispositivo:

Huawei Y625

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Angewolf ,

Título:

Desoldered micro usb pads/golden fingers

Texto:

First, i know that this is for replacing whole board and  almost impossible job, but let me exercise.

I got my hands on a phone with very badly broken usb port, it was replaced before.

When i removed it from the board some of the soldering pads were missing.

First i tried to replace them with some pads from dead board but the board was so eaten i didn't had any copper to solder them.

So with a very thin sand paper i scratched the surface then i could see the copper.

I've seen that people make bridges with copper wires and solder them slightly up from where usually the legs of the usb port land. But where i need to put the wires? Because i don't see any trace paths.

Dispositivo:

Huawei Y625

Estatus:

open