I was setting this phone up to give away (for free) to someone as their first smartphone. But a bad charging port fried the phone. Does anyone have a phone to donate? I would take a complete phone or just a motherboard... or even a broken phone to salvage the motherboard from. Right now eBay doesn't have any that look like they would be usable (they don't power up).
Hi folks,good AM3+ motherboard with supported USB 3.0 chipsetI was searching for hours, many hours - but found nothing! The usb 3.0 chipset support (asmedia, etron, ...) seems to be a big problem under linux.
The prices for the AMD-CPUs are so low, I would like to set up a new box - but with a motherboard fully supported.
My phone went inside water, and had to change the motherboard.
I gave it to shop.
Now i want to know if he has replaced a new one or just repaired my old one.
Does everything wipes out when new motherboard is replaced with new one ? (pictures, games, kernel)
I've had the good luck of being donated an ASUS motherboard with a dual core cpu.
I've no idea what the cpu is since its not been fitted/fired up yet because I'd like to find out more before I start slotting it all together and doing the wrong thing.
So a few months ago my Captivate took a turn for the worst and got stuck in boot loops. I was able to flash with some non stock stuff but my conclusion was the internal memory was messed up. So I replaced the motherboard (only $30 so worth a shot).
All seems to have gone well except now my screen is very red and the color contrast is kinda poor. Anyone have any tips?
Could you please let me know if it possible to change the motherboard for samsung galaxy s3..my existing motherobard is crashed and samsung serivce center has informed that due to installing software from other than google play store the phone has crashed.they said they checked and came to know i rooted the phone.
My screen is cracked. And a friend wants to sell me his galaxy s3 (perfect screen but bricked) for cheap. Would it be possible to simply take the motherboard from my phone, and put it in the other phone? Or would me having a custom rom and recovery, mess up with other parts of the phone? I wouldn't think so, since all the main chips seem to be on the motherboard.