VaZso 1,940 Posted April 23, 2022 Share Posted April 23, 2022 (edited) On 4/15/2022 at 11:50 PM, CornholioGSM said: I cannot reccomend t-8000 or any t/d-8000-7000 etc glues. They have problems on sumer temperatures 😞 If you are in europe, then buy pattex 100% gel....by me is tested on hundreds phones 🙂 I don't know if T-XXXX glue's temperature dependence was the cause of my last screen problem (which lived longer than my stock screen) as it looked to be still holding relatively well, but I know this kind of glue and I also have an almost empty tube of Palmatex Pattex glue at home which is a good glue for gluing flexible materials but I have simply did not think of using it for screen fixing and everybody wrote about T-XXXX. However, I have replaced my screen again last Sunday and now I have used Pattex for fixing. I also had a USB port problem since a lot of months and I have not received the promised replacement board yet but the connector became completely unusable - I mean it was only charging in a very limited positions and a lot of times it lost charging about one or two hours later, so it usually could not charge overnight anymore also using different tricks... I have disassembled the phone to see if it has soldering problems (as I felt I can move charging connector sideways to charge a bit) but the problem was not like this at all, soldering was intact and it was not moving. I have tried to clean its connectors inside anyway without success, it was simply worn. So I had to disassemble my spare phone which was imperfect since the very first time I received it (arrived with cracked display frame and excessive rattling) but I did not want to disassemble it, I simply had to do in order to have a working USB panel. 😞 So, currently I have a fully working Pro1 and another one disassembled waiting for a replacement USB board. Anyway, does anybody have an idea what kind of USB connector they are using? I have asked them in e-mail so if we may have a chance to replace the connector itself but they did not respond. Here the connector is: The plastic part of the connector did not look this ugly but I have tried to resolder these pins in order to see if it helps anything (so if it may has a brittle fracture not seen by eye but it did not change anything). So what I find interesting is it has 2x6 pins but also a gap in-between and I have not found any connectors which has a gap in the middle at all... the number on top of this connector is 1811807. Edited April 23, 2022 by VaZso 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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