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Default [Q] Gps don't works after fullbody changed

Dear all,
I have a problem with gps connection. I have changed full housing of my Xperia Arc S from White to Black 2 weeks ago.
Now i noticed that gps don't connect to satellite. First i have 10.1 and it's work good. After changing fullcase, gps dont work. So, thinking it's a rom problem, i switch to carbon 4.4.2 but the problem persist. Anyone knows where is hardware connection to to check if it is right connected to motherboard?
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Dear all,
I have a problem with gps connection. I have changed full housing of my Xperia Arc S from White to Black 2 weeks ago.
Now i noticed that gps don't connect to satellite. First i have 10.1 and it's work good. After changing fullcase, gps dont work. So, thinking it's a rom problem, i switch to carbon 4.4.2 but the problem persist. Anyone knows where is hardware connection to to check if it is right connected to motherboard?
THANK YOU!

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If I am not mistaken, the GPS module is somewhere in upper-right, if you look from the front of the phone. I don't think you can check anything from there, as such modules are usually soldered to the main chip/board.
 
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Yes, my idea is to disassembly it

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Yes, my idea is to disassembly it

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If it is soldered, then you can not disassemble it. Or maybe yes, but then you won't be able to put it back to original and working state.
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