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If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas andor internal circuitry of the communication system before the board gets installed in the chassis. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!
If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas andor internal circuitry of the communication system before the board gets installed in the chassis. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!
 
The GPS chip itself is highlighted in dark blue in [guide|2979|this|stepid=14545] picture.

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If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas and internal circuitry of the communication system before the board gets installed in the chassis. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!
 
The GPS chip itself is highlighted in dark blue in [guide|2979|this|stepid=14545] picture.

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Отредактировано: Andrew Bookholt ,

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If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas and internal circuitry of the communication systemsystem before the board gets installed in the chassis. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!
If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas and internal circuitry of the communication systemsystem before the board gets installed in the chassis. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!

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If I understand correctly, those "bowl in a box" components you speak of are probably the connectors that the factory uses to flash/test the antennas and internal circuitry of the communication system. If you slightly broke one of those off the board (probably the one for GPS), it may have broken a trace in one of the many layers that comprise the logic board. IMO, if everything is connected correctly and the GPS doesn't work, it's probably never going to work again. We have [[Device:HTC Evo 4G|twelve guides]] for this device, so stop using teardown videos!

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