Discussion in 'Sony Programming and Development' started by Jerry Yin, Jun 4, 2018.
I think you will not see this very often?
Pick them up at a junkyard, it got water damage and one of them got a broken inner screen. So......... I think is teardown time.
Took out two screws on the bottom and two more at the back, under the stickers, and use the nail to open the back. Is a painful process to force the back to open.
Take out the back trackpad and LR button.
Take out 6 more screw on the back case and one more under the pad, then lift the back and disconnect the screen cable
Pads are awful
Hmmmmmmm......It looks like put the PDEL model into a larger PSP Go case
And here is the board, through the water damage, both speaker are dead, pity
Took out more screws and take out the joystick.
Oh....that's intersecting, seems sony put the CP board onto the back of the main board with a socket.
There are serval marks on the PCB shows the water damage, need to be clean.
I think that is it for now, I will post an update once get the thing working
Damn, this is amazing, I am glad the units ended up with someone who is willing to document them. I just want to say I very much appreciate what you are doing!
As long as TM communicates with it you should be fine. HDMI output might be a bit of a problem but there's weird set of reasons for that.
As long as both are below 0.996 you're fine. Dont update them under any circumstances.
Update: Working and running, doing a system update
Really impressive stuff, thanks for sharing it
Please tell me you didn't update past 0.995. if you did you have fucked up very very bad.
You NEED to keep them below that mark or you lose what makes them so desired
Nope, It's running 0.945 right now.
BTW It can be downgraded, both system and the CP
Yes I'm aware but once you go past a certain version (supposedly) the major sercurity changes will prevent it from going down to the versions without those security checks.
I wouldn't test it but just be sure you keep it on what you found them on.
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