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The plug broke off of my flashdrive. Is there a way to repair it or to recover the data it contains?

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Unless you are an expert to the extreme with electronics,and soldering, its a very good chance (99.1%) the answer is no.

In fact , ive seen this issue happen more often then one would think.

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