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Do you Guys/Ladies use a special tool or technique to slide these ultra-thin flex cables back into their respective MoBo sockets?
Can you possibly do a picture demo or video about how to do that properly - to avoid causing too many headaches for those interested in tinkering with these type of devices - please?
My TAB got caught in a "boot loop" from a ROM flashing attempt. I was trying to ROOT it. I saw that it wouldn't turn off. It would just stay on - frozen at the pulsing SAMSUNG Logo and every re-boot attempt I made would leave it stuck there - powered on. I thought if I could pull the power cable from the battery and let the capacitors drain I would get out of the boot-loop. It didn't work.
Anyway, of those 3 super-thin black flex cables - the one in the center (the one shown in your tear-down that's in in the person's hand in your demo) - it's pin end-connecter is actually half as thin as the other 2 side cables and thus lacks sufficient rigidity to easily slide it back into it's respective mother board socket. The reason I'm asking is that after re-assembling the tablet - it doesn't get picked up by the PC the I normally attach it to. I'm wondering if its because that center cable doesn't have all its contact touching the MoBo socket pin slots?
Однажды Они, Вы смогут просмотреть график вашего рейтинга, накопленного за всё время.
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