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Motorola E680 charging port pins broken

The pins are broken on the board,whats the solution.

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Do you can to servicing it?
try to replace the usb connector. you may replace by the MP4 usb connector.
just a little bit hard but it will 100% works!!
it is easy to open the phone.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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it is better way if you have warranty then make use of it ...

if not if you are good at opening then open it and just have a look near port ... if you have the broken piece join it by soldering...

if you dont have that broken piece then just take two small wires an d carefully identify the positive and negative in the circuit board & solder it near the port which is used for charging and then cut the pin of the charger and connect the positive & negative correctly to those wires whenever you want to charge ....

else visit the technician he will replace if the spare part of it is available ..

this doesnot charge too much it is affordable so i suggest you to visit the technician....

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