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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gpearson1968, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. gpearson1968

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    Hi Again,

    I know this may sound like sacrilege, but has anyone taken apart a g-tab and replaced the memory chip ? 512 Mb may seem like enough memory to run on right now, but I kinda doubt this will hold true in a year or so. Having built many a pc over the years, this would be fairly simple. No ? :)

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    Lol. I think the 512 mb will hold through next but if you really want to try it...that's cool with me! ;)

    Here's a thread with pics of the Gtabs guts

    G Tablet Hardware Breakdown (with pics) - xda-developers
     
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    If I recall correctly the memory is soldered directly onto the system board. Replacing that will take better than average soldering skills... especially if that's a multi-later board!
     

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