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need help with PSP replacement part. Pretty simple....

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by esquivias, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. esquivias

    esquivias Member

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    THIS IS THE IMAGE OF THE PROBLEM:

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    i just pulled apart my PSP to take a look at my MEMORY CARD SLOT/NETWORK CARD/ HEADPHONE JACK input device. I see it has a cord attached to it that is also attached to some GOLD CARD that says HITACHI CABLE. my question is..... would i be able to take that cord off by simply detaching it from the device. MY GOAL:

    i want to replace the MEMORY CARD/ NETWORK CARD/ HEADPHONE JACK input device with a new one because my HEADPHONE MICROPHONE doesn't work. I just want to be able to take off that cord and place it in the new incoming device without any damage. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
     
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    Thats the wifi antenna it pops right off on the memory card side. n will work on all the other memory card reader chip thing. However, i havent really looked at this, but i remember that when u buy the memroy card chip thing it doesnt come with the Wifi chip, which is the silver thing, i donno if it pop off or or needs to be soldered
     
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    yeah. well, the piece that i saw comes with everything but the wire. if i could just disconnect that little wire from the device and put it on the new one then it should work perfectly. do you know if i would need a special tool to take it off. i dont want to pop it off with a screwdriver and mess it up, u know?
     
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    I'd carefully yanked it up by the edge of the metal circle piece at the end of the wire. i donno if there are tools for it, but those connectors are also used in many wifi devices and i always just yanked them up carefully, they work still so its not too much to worry about.
     
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    ill give it a try. thanks alot
     

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