crwdns2894164:0crwdne2894164:0
crwdns2894186:0crwdne2894186:0

crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 Augustine ,

crwdns2893800:0crwdne2893800:0:

Hi @conradish006

I see that this usb c socket is soldered directly on the mainboard,

For me, I had done some handphone repairs on changing the usb ports, micro usb ports,

and to say … some micro soldering skills is needed, e.g. equipment, skills, and tools.

preferable a hot air gun with some good flux to remove the defective part.

you will also need to identify the correct usb c port for the replacement.

after removing the part, doing some cleanup and perhaps a soldering iron to touch up those.

and magnifying glass to inspect after soldering, to check for any solder bridges between pins that was soldering on the mainboard.

if you are unsure, ask around, perhaps also share where is your location, hopefully someone can recommend you the next step.

crwdns2892198:0crwdne2892198:0:

open