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[Q] HTC Jetstream Bent pins... Anyone done repair on one yet?

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Default [Q] HTC Jetstream Bent pins... Anyone done repair on one yet?

I have had it for years, love it, I let my mom borrow and she tried to force the charger in upside down. Anyone have any info on replacing the usb/charger port? pics, advice, prayers, anything would be better than going in blind. I have not opened it yet, but is the footprint the same as a micro-USB (which I am kinda assuming) could I possible just replace the usb with micro-USB port?

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Default dock charging board replacement

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I have had it for years, love it, I let my mom borrow and she tried to force the charger in upside down. Anyone have any info on replacing the usb/charger port? pics, advice, prayers, anything would be better than going in blind. I have not opened it yet, but is the footprint the same as a micro-USB (which I am kinda assuming) could I possible just replace the usb with micro-USB port?

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1)buy parts from here:

parts4repair.com

2)select DOCK CHARGING BOARD

3)buy the right one ( one without 4g antena OR the one with if you have 4g tablet )

4)repacement is easy but repair with patience and slow.

5) have fun

for info : i have repaired once so i know it works
 
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I have not opened it yet, but is the footprint the same as a micro-USB (which I am kinda assuming) could I possible just replace the usb with micro-USB port?


I've indicated which three connections that you will have to unplug -- in addition to unscrewing the charging board. The only two tools that you should need are a pry tool (a knife will probably do) and a Philips or Frearson screwdriver.
 
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i had the same idea of doing that, but as far as i know that is impossible
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