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    Default Teardown

    Has anyone done a teardown? If so could you post some pics this could be useful, TIA

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    Default Re: Teardown

    so no one wants to tear apart their slider lol I'm not willing either a bricked or a dead device will work for this just need chip models and manufacturers
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    Default Re: Teardown

    If someone has a bricked, dead, or smashed device, I can certainly do the tear down and identify the parts. Just PM me. I'm a former semiconductor test engineer and can do this very quickly.
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    Default Re: Teardown

    Would pictures of the chips work? I have someone who's probably going to be doing the teardown and posting pics

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    Default Re: Teardown

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Castro
    Chip s by Number according to photo:

    1) hynix
    H904GH4JJAM
    CR4EM 136A

    8MGD1045C1


    2) QUALCOMM
    MSM7627
    ABG086.0
    C212500G
    BB

    3) BROADCOM (logo)
    BCM4330FKFFBG
    T1126 P21
    145193 N5T

    4) +
    MAX8981M
    EWZ 1130
    5TBF

    5) QUALCOMM
    RTR6500
    B3B071.1
    F1116002

    6) AVAGO
    ACFM-7325
    FI131O11523

    contact me if you think you'll need any more board info or i can help any further. the images follow and an unaltered on incase you need to mark what readings you need.

    Good luck and thanks for the work you've put in!

    IC Map


    Keyboard side


    Shielded side
    well here are the numbers and some low quality pics
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    Default Re: Teardown

    This is most likely internal memory. I haven't identified the part, but Hynix mainly makes memory.
    1) hynix
    H904GH4JJAM

    This is the processor
    2) QUALCOMM
    MSM7627

    Wifi, bluetooth (and FM) radio modem
    3) BROADCOM (logo)
    BCM4330FKFFBG

    This should be the battery manager.
    4) +
    MAX8981M

    3G radio and maybe the GPS
    5) QUALCOMM
    RTR6500

    3G power transceiver
    6) AVAGO
    ACFM-7325
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    Default Re: Teardown

    Wow thanks I had most of that figured out already but I couldn't find anything on hynix but it doesn't seem the most important for a dev but I think I've found some things to get the vendor data for one of the 3g parts also couldn't figure out what the + chip was either so this helps a lot

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    Default Re: Teardown

    that other Avago marked chip is either above or below the other Avago (#6) don't remember atm
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    Default Re: Teardown

    The battery manager is made by Maxim.
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    Default Re: Teardown

    that other Avago marked chip is either above or below the other Avago (#6) don't remember atm
    There's only one Avago chip but it works with the qualcom chip to give us signal

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