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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FRESHSTEEM, May 1, 2012.


    Thread Starter

    There Would'nt B Any Possible Way 2 Switch My Duel Core Chip Frm My (Connect) & My Snapdragon Chip Frm My (Esteem)????

    (Even Though I Dnt Wanna Dismantle My Connect, But Damn... I Wnt My Esteem In Top Notch)

  2. HereticSins

    HereticSins Android Expert

    Don't think so. :what:
  3. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    If you want 2 worthless most likely unworking phones then yes :D
    UlovPlanters likes this.
  4. Only way is to try....I say go for it
  5. Mexjoker

    Mexjoker I'm Not Real, Doris!

    You should name the phone Frankenstein if it works.
  6. esv9591

    esv9591 Member

    Blasphemy! :O
  7. PlayfulGod

    PlayfulGod Extreme Android User


    I am a modder/tinkerer/ etc etc, but I've not seen this successfully done with any device.
  8. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Extreme Android User

    I could give you multiple reasons why it wouldn't work but I'll give you the main one.

    I would assume that the larger chips are the first ones soldered due to the fact that there is more pins which will require more heat around the board. Micro resistors and capacitors are very sensitive, so too much heat will destroy them. If they are already on the board they would be subjected to much more heat with soldering the chips than if they were just put on last.

    Point being you will more than likely ruin several components in the process of un soldering and re soldering.

    Is not like a computer pcb which can displace great better because it's bigger.

    I solder for a living and i wouldn't even want to attempt it. Just saying.

    Leave the shit alone.
  9. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Extreme Android User

    We are here to aid people and help them. Not encourage them to potentially destroy their phone.

    Yes it's on that person if they were to do it but helping someone kill themselves is still murder. ;)
    gbiggie likes this.
  10. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon

  11. EsteemUser

    EsteemUser Member

    Or you can send me your connect :D:p

LG Esteem Forum

The LG Esteem release date was October 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S2 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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