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Exclamation Headphone Output burned/brick

Hello everyone, today unfortunately I burned the headphone output of my s2. Most probably by mistake and for a moment I sent 12v output.

Now connect the headset, the phone recognizes them but they do not emit any sound.

According to you which component you are burned out and should be replaced?


Should replace this: www[dot]ebay.com/itm/Headphone-Jack-Vibration-Motor-Microphone-Assembly-for-Galaxy-S-II-i9100-/281140392763?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item417545 ?
 
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Find the service manuals; they have parts lists & run throughs of the most common repairs with pics. They've been posted here from time to time, a search should throw them up, if not a Google search will find them elsewhere.
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Find the service manuals; they have parts lists & run throughs of the most common repairs with pics. They've been posted here from time to time, a search should throw them up, if not a Google search will find them elsewhere.
Thanks, I found the manual here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...rvice-t2324414

So if I change that piece I solve the problem?
 
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Nobody here is going to tell you that everything will be OK.....we haven't got your phone in front of us to examine......
That one fault *could* have caused a "cascade" of other faults within the phone......
Replacing that one module could solve the problem, and you should consider yourself extremely lucky if it does.......
Higher than intended voltage applied to sensitive micro electronics is never a good combo.....

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Nobody here is going to tell you that everything will be OK.....we haven't got your phone in front of us to examine......
That one fault *could* have caused a "cascade" of other faults within the phone......
Replacing that one module could solve the problem, and you should consider yourself extremely lucky if it does.......
Higher than intended voltage applied to sensitive micro electronics is never a good combo.....

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Just what I thought, too, because that piece is really just the physical input of the headset, right?
I do not think even I depend on that, I think it burned a few pic, you have no idea what it might be?
 
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No mate....I really can't tell.....
Nobody here can.....
Replace the module and see......best advice you're going to get.

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okay come on, now I try to replace it and hope for the best.
I just purchased the parts from ebay.
 
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Are you familiar with how to take an S2 apart? If not, look for a series of videos on YouTube by a guy called LE55ONS......he's posted a really good one showing a step by step procedure for taking an S2 apart......

Edit......here is a guide I wrote.....
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2335961
in it you will find a direct link to that video.......

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Hello guys, last night I saw the headphones of my galaxy and tried to reconnect and functioned normally, I tried to connect it to the speakers of the PC and it worked anyway.
I do not know what happened, but the fact is that for 5 days headphone output did not work then resumed normal operation without me to do anything, in fact I'm still waiting for the replacement part that I picked up on ebay.

Okay, better so thank you also for the help!

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