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    Help damaged usb

    Hi all !

    I need help with my motorola v8.I ve problem with damaged micro usb port so i need repair or change it.Is better buy new motherboard for v8 (if u know about link,post here please) or just fix micro usb port? thanx
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    I think it requires very special equipment to repair or replace the connector, not something you could do yourself. I suspect it would be easiest to find a used phone, perhaps with bad keyboard or display, and install its board in your phone. But you should find one that has identical firmware to yours so you don't have problems with subsidy lock or language.
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    i know that repair damaged micro usb port is pretty hard and complicated.I tried found new motherboard on net but unsuccessfully.Do u know about web site where is possible to buy it?Its not important - new or used .On ebay i found new parts like housing,flex cable,etc from UK,China..but motherboard no :/
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    The motherboard provides the primary function of the phone, so it is not considered a "repair" item. You should check eBay or elsewhere for a used phone, or try to find someone to replace the connector for a reasonable price.
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